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Here's an odd one. While it may seem "obvious" that clicking the "back" button will take you back to your previous topic, that kinda falls apart if you're in a heavy edit->save->edit (etc.) cycle. Maybe it's just the nature of being one of the key contributers to our TWiki site, but it sure would be nice if I could leave a single cookie-crumb on my current page that says what the last topic I was that I visited. I didn't see any kind of session variable that would do this, so I was kinda, um, hoping... I mean, I could modify the Perl scripts, but I wanted to know if this idea even made sense. TWiki doesn't have a concept of a navigational "tree" (thank goodness! :-), but knowing the last topic visited would help people that do a lot of editing (hmm...maybe if you only dropped the "crumb" on the page if you edited the Topic?)

-- DavidWeller - 30 May 2001

Topic revision: r1 - 2001-05-30 - DavidWeller
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