is it possible to change the title tag of the page to give the subject of the post *before* the "The MacMinute Cafe:" string. I usually browse with all the posts open at once, finish reading/responding, and move on to whatever site I visit next. I mean, not that it really should be changed just for my surfing habits, but maybe others have a similar m.o. <br><br>Ok, so this is mostly a problem because I use [censored (=windows)] , so maybe it's intentional (insert shifty eyes here). If you're wondering what I'm talking about, here's a screen shot of me surfing with the 5 remaining threads that I haven't finished dealing with yet:<br><br>http://members.cox.net/~mnorton/pictures/MacCentral/macminuteshot.jpg<br><br>yeah yeah yeah, so I only have one folder for my mac-related sites and don't need any more complexity. don't get the panties in a bunch, k? Also, the screenie is kinda large (122KB). The part I'm focusing on is the bottom "task bar" section.<br><br>neye<br><br>
What do you think of that name change? I hate it. Why not Gargoyle or Incubus or something equally nightmarish?<br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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I agree Yo, I don't think I could have picked a worse name if I really tried! It's dumb, and it will be a marketing nightmare... it's hard to get excited about a software package called "Camino."<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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