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Best Answer Larry Wall says
Thanks Larry for the comments. I think it will prevent a lot of people from participating in "Hub Hopping" too.
Well, that is how I am feeling about it too, that it is a bit more like work. Thanks for the answer.
Yes, that is what I like, to just be able to skip over something. It is good that one can provide specific feedback too. Thanks for the answer.
Well, that seems to be the majority of the opinions. Thank you for answering the question. I know, you can't skip the ones you really do not care to read ---just doesn't make sense.
Jackie Lynnley says
Yes, I thought it was great and a fun thing to do the way it was before. Thanks for your comments.
B Lucy says
Exactly, you could right away determine if it was something you would actually want to stop and read or just "hop." Thanks for the comments.
Joshua Zerbini says
Thanks so much, Josh. Yes, I think that's what I will do too, wait and see if it is upgraded a bit. I agree, as far as the author and slide bars too.
Oddly, to me hiding the author's info is a plus (except for the difficulty in following him/her if you liked them) - it stops the 'I got a bad score because they don't like me' stuff. Like the slide bars for more scoring flexibility, too.
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I do hope they get the old way of Hub Hopping back too.