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    Ryan - Can you use html code when you enter those discussions? I believe <br> adds a line break for your paragraphs.

    Brad - I'd prefer to have as few stickies as possible. Forums tend to get over-run by them, but if the masses agree....
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    Paragraph problem solved. We use HTML code for the comments but was unaware we could use it on the forecasts. But now it should be automatic spacing with the HTML code as a back up.
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    Bill, I understand and agree. But, it would be helpful for some key things to be available to visitors. Ryan made a Comment back in October and included the zip code to use on weather reporting sites and applications (like on my Blackberry) to get the real data for the summit and not the valley. This was great information - but it is not readily available on the web site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Bill, I understand and agree. But, it would be helpful for some key things to be available to visitors. Ryan made a Comment back in October and included the zip code to use on weather reporting sites and applications (like on my Blackberry) to get the real data for the summit and not the valley. This was great information - but it is not readily available on the web site.

    Hi Brad ~
    Here is a little trick I do when interesting information or links are posted in the forum. I save the link as a favorite
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAXTERCA2 View Post
    Hi Brad ~
    Here is a little trick I do when interesting information or links are posted in the forum. I save the link as a favorite
    Interesting thought. However, the information to be saved for the future is in one of the daily comments in October 2010. Yes, I would write it down - or save it in a file of "MWO Cool Facts To Be Remembered For Later Use.txt". Or . . .
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