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Do you mean when you're looking at the RSS or the website?

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Do you mean when you're looking at the RSS or the website?



I guess it's on the actual website - all is OK normally since you tend to have a full browser window open, but if you use a preview window on an RSS item (using Thunderbird as an example) most of the left of the preview is taken up by the search fields (which are fixed in width) so the body on the right has less space therefore becomes much longer pushing the temp / comments way down the page.

If the comments, expired etc., were put at the top under the 'submit a deal' for example you could see the temp and access the other links along side the title, graphic and link to deal. Everything you need will be at the top.

But then my RSS launches in a full browser in firefox... lol
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