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Notes/Domino 6 and 7 Forum

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RE: And there is the dilemma...
Charles E. Robinson 20.Mar.06 05:01 PM a Web browser
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This is my last hurrah in flaying this dead horse, but I hope you can see the irony in your post. You list several items you think people want access to, but all of them are only accessible via a deeper link. If I want White Papers where should I go to get them? Downloads? Technical Library? Support? When I mouse over the navigator the menus don't cascade, I have to click into each entry and end up going forward and back numerous times.

AJAX-style cascading menus would be a HUGE relief, at least then I don't have to do the forward/back dance forever, I can get a sneak peak at what's in each page before I click on it. This information is obviously being maintained somewhere, there are breadcrumbs at the top of every page.

I have a Passport Advantage contract so why on Earth would I go through "How to Buy" to get to the downloads? I already know how to buy, it's through Passport Advantage. :P I just want to download, which I would expect to be under Downloads.

Thanks for listening, I hope you take this in the vein I intend it, which is to (however slowly) get some part of IBM's web presence into something that is navigable by a mere mortal. :)




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