Hi guys,

I agree that it looks a little aged, but I don't have a clear view of
what it should look like...

What information would you want visible? What do you want to get rid of?

- Kim

On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 14:05, Charlie Russel <char...@scribes.com> wrote:
> I certainly agree it could use some updating! And while I'm not the
> resource to do the updates, I'd be happy to 'beta' test it and proofread
> any new content.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: tom.corco...@moonbade.com [mailto:tom.corco...@moonbade.com]
> Sent: February-26-09 3:58 AM
> To: DQSD users mailing list
> Subject: [DQSD-Users] Cleaning up dqsd.net
> Hey,
> I was thinking that if I came across http://www.dqsd.net/ for the
> first time now I would not even try to install it.  The site needs to
> be cleaned up.
> E.g. currently it says for the Installation Instructions that you need
> to be using IE 5.5 or newer...and to 'Please let us know if it works
> on various other configurations.' Though further down it says "as of
> version 2.5.0, thanks to Koen Mannaerts code contribution, you should
> now be able to launch Netscape, Opera, or other non-IE browsers using
> the deskbar."
> Another small e.g., the first item in the faq
> http://www.dqsd.net/faq.htm says:
> "Can I assign a hotkey to it so I don't need to mouse to it?
> This feature was added in version 3.0."
> What use is that? :-)
> I love DQSD and want it to remain vibrant. I think we been doing
> ourselves no favours with the website the last number of years and
> should think about redoing it. What do others think?

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