is to build this pretty much from scratch to run in our environment so we're not at the mercy of things blowing up elsewhere in the universe quite so much. And of course the fine tech guy who's working on this has other demands on his time, but he keeps making incremental improvements based on requests and bug reports so far. We know it needs a good deal of refinement before we put the fanfare out there, but we also figured the people who had most asked for it back after the old one went kablooey were the ones to bang on the new one and tell us what was wrong, more or less, as well.
of taking instant gratification for granted, seems like asking anyone to expend any effort whatsoever is too much. I do understand keeping it out of production nav until formal release.
And I can report all seems functional in Firefox/Fedora land. So happy to see it's not another flash-based solution.
we don't WANT it in the nav stack till it's finished, which it is certainly not now.
that copying and pasting a link would be such a challenge. But hey, it's clickable now. Thanks for the heads up.
The lack of a directly clickable link in this post, not to mention the lack of a link anywhere in the nav stack is hindering participation/adoption of this theoretically desired but obviously underutilized new/returning feature...