Re: Update 2. The point of retitling the node is, from my understanding, to make it easier for people searching later on. Even if the discussion has concluded, if I were looking for information on autoflush, the new title would be more useful. If I'm in a situation where the browser might be the problem, the 'browser' in the title can clue me in that the thread is probably useful. And, if my problem has nothing to do with browsers, it's even more important; I'd much rather see "Autoflush and web browsers" instead of the rather vague "Clever autoflush detail", so I could then skip that Super Search result.
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