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Fri Oct 9 10:16:37 PDT 2009
On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 12:55 PM, Peter Brawley <pb at artfulsoftware.com> wrote:
> Oy, from the fact that users find web page links useful, it does not follow
> that all identified content ought to be so linked.
It suggests that not linking is a serious drawback.
> A design goal of this use case is to isolate individual framed items from
> URL back/forward/history.external linking. Analagous to watching a picture
> show where selecting N pictures does not commit you to hitting the Back
> button N times to get back out.
Why shouldn't it? It's how all other links work. Behavior should be
> More significantly, each item may have its
> own permission setting.
Why are frames useful for that? You can just display a permissions
error if the user is unauthorized.
> This use case needs to isolate items within the page from
> back/forward/history and external links.
Why? That seems to detract from the utility here, not add to it.
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