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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • This is the best feature ever! You rule! I wish I could be just like you!
    • This is the best feature ever! You rule! I wish I could be just like you!
      Dude, have some dignity.
      • This is the best feature ever! You rule! I wish I could be just like you!
        Dude, have some dignity.
        Oh, you only wish you could be as cool as me.
        • This is the best feature ever! You rule! I wish I could be just like you!
          Dude, have some dignity.
          Oh, you only wish you could be as cool as me.
          I hate you! Moooooooom!
          • I don't see a 'quote' button. Where did you hide it?
            • I don't see a 'quote' button. Where did you hide it?
              Ah, forgot to mention one thing: you need to have Discussion2 turned on. You should see "Slashdot's New Discussion System Testing" under "Discussion Style" on your comment preferences [perl.org].
              • I don't see a 'quote' button. Where did you hide it?
                Ah, forgot to mention one thing: you need to have Discussion2 turned on. You should see "Slashdot's New Discussion System Testing" under "Discussion Style" on your comment preferences [perl.org].

                Speaking of which, is use.perl running an older slash? The floating comment thingy works fine for on Slashdot (sites in the left column), but on use.perl it obscures the top of the screen.

                Why yes, I am a Safari user. :-)

                -Dom

                • Speaking of which, is use.perl running an older slash? The floating comment thingy works fine for on Slashdot (sites in the left column), but on use.perl it obscures the top of the screen.

                  No, useperl is actually a newer version of slash. It's just a design difference. useperl actually has no room on the lefthand side. We'll be cleaning up the horizontal bar though, sometime soon.