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Enhacements to the Infinite Improbability Drive

Post 1

Warlock

In point of fact this isn't so much about enhancing what the Improbability Drive does...its more about enhancing how you can use it. I quite enjoy seeing what will pop up when you decide to let improbability do the work for you but I think it would be a good feature to allow you to access the drive no matter which page you are in, rather than having to revert to the main page and clicking it again? (of course if this feature already exists and I just haven't seen it, please feel free to point it out so I can look suitably foolish)


Enhacements to the Infinite Improbability Drive

Post 2

KB - please allow me to introduce myself, I'm a mushroomwraith of wealth and taste

This feature used to be on the sidebar in Brunel, but it was removed when it was thought there were too many links on the sidebar. I agree, though, it would be good to have it back.


Enhacements to the Infinite Improbability Drive

Post 3

The H2G2 Editors

Hi both. On the new site, this feature is on most pages, at the bottom of the Approved Entries box on the right hand side:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/

Cheers smiley - ok


Enhacements to the Infinite Improbability Drive

Post 4

Warlock

Ahhhh, I now remember seeing that the site was being transferred to another area but hadn't updated my favourites! I've tested the link on the new site and it looks like a winner smiley - ok

I'll have a quick wander around the new site to have a better look at what thats like as well!

Thanks for the responses. I'll have to think of something else to post about now smiley - biggrin


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Post 5

The H2G2 Editors

No worries. smiley - ok


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