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    Senior Member Delerium's Avatar
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    trans, your point about additional sections is duly noted and would be the route I would take anyway, as I agree about the excessive scrolling comment.

    As for the 3-state buttons, they are a natural design feature for me. I've never understood why 2-state buttons are so common, as I can't understand the logic of making the current page link/button clickable, when the user is already on that page to begin with - redundancy at its best :ermm:

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    lol... i use 3-state buttons on transio, but the current page is clickable only because i got a little lazy with the coding, and because the drop down navigation still has to work.

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    Senior Member Delerium's Avatar
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    Hmmm... you're actually only lazy on the ones that don't have drop down menus. The rest obviously need to remain available, so I'll allow it, just this once :laugh: (kiddin')

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    Originally posted by Delerium

    TheGAME - thankfully for you, if that were ever to happen (and of course that never would, right?), at least you wouldn't have far to go to find me (just minutes away from you in downtown TO)
    Whereabouts downtown? The real downtown where the cops are there for decoration only and everyone does what they want anyway, or the fake yuppie-infested corporate suit Bay and Bloor downtown?
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    Near Yonge & College/Carlton - Alexander Street, to be exact, just behind Maple Leaf Gardens.

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    Ahh. I know that area somewhat. I miss going to hockey games and the circus at MLG when I was a kid. Haven't been out that way in years though.
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    Every day is a circus down here, especially on Yonge Street

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    Not to mention Church and Wellesley. All the colours of the Rainbow are down there, if you know what I'm talkin' about.
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    /me looks at all the pretty colours

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    heh I don't even wanna know where the colours are or who's wearing them.
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