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Thanks, I did appreciate your feedback; my winking emoticon was meant to suggest I had expected feedback of any type :)

You are correct in that it won't reduce the load on the PM server unless you're like me and press the vote button after reading each post (Used to involve a lot of scrolling!). Ideally, it would be useful if one could specify to the CGI script that you're not interested in the full page being returned just some XML data with node reputation and votes left information.

If I get a little more time I may add in your suggestions - would involve a bit of webpage scraping using JavaScript :(


In reply to Re^2: AJAX replacement for voting buttons by bsdz
in thread AJAX replacement for voting buttons by bsdz

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