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Mon, 8 Nov 1999 17:26:53 -0800
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I would like form feedback much better if I were provided a COPY of my
comments.

Nine-times out of 10 - the programmer hasn't provided this courtesy. And -
if you're going to do this (give me a copy) tell me upfront so I'll be more
inclined to comment.

This is why I prefer e-mail fields - and I"ve configured Netscape with an
e-mail address that I use rarely - so I can tell if it's being spammed (it's
not on any discussion lists nor is it on any web pages, so it can't be
harvested).

If I'm writing to tell you about a 404 error - I do *not* want to have to
through 15 mandatory fields. I did that once out of pique. No fields were
marked as mandatory - so I completed them one-at-a-time. Of course, by the
time I got to the last one, I had a Lot more to tell the web designer than a
page was broken.  ;-)

Oh- and IIRC - there was no privacy statement. So I fabricated all the info
I was supposed to be providing. I did, however, tell them that in the text
field.


Kathy

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