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fahadfa Saturday, December 19, 2009 08:08 PM

Request: Too wordy notes are difficult to read!!
 
Dear everyone in this forum!

Refering to Current Affairs and Pakistan affairs notes posted on this website!

I wish to request you regarding the very lengthy passages posted on this website as "notes".

I request you, please do not post very lengthy and wordy passages and documents on this website because they are too time consuiming to read and difficult to read especially on a computer screen (even on laptops)!!

Please use
headings,
sub-headings,
"sub-sub-headings",
"sub-sub-sub-headings",
bullets,
points,
numbering,
plus-points and minus-points,
advantages and disadvantages, et cetera
as many as you can, so that a person like me does not have to spend a lot of time to just get main information!!

If you use this method then it make it easier to construct tables and charts and diagrams, etc. for Pak affairs and current affairs!

I request Last Island and other maoderators to consider my request!!

Artemis Saturday, December 19, 2009 08:55 PM

[QUOTE=fahadfa;160138]Dear everyone in this forum!

Refering to Current Affairs and Pakistan affairs notes posted on this website!

I wish to request you regarding the very lengthy passages posted on this website as "notes".

I request you, please do not post very lengthy and wordy passages and documents on this website because they are too time consuiming to read and difficult to read especially on a computer screen (even on laptops)!!

[/quote]
When posted here notes become easily accessible to all. Users can get print outs if needed. I have personally compiled VU notes from this site in book format. Its up to users to use them in the way convenient to 'em.
[QUOTE]
Please use
headings,
sub-headings,
"sub-sub-headings",
"sub-sub-sub-headings",
bullets,
points,
numbering,
plus-points and minus-points,
advantages and disadvantages, et cetera
as many as you can, so that a person like me does not have to spend a lot of time to just get main information!!
[/QUOTE]

Again this is a good suggestion but we can't restrain users to a particular format for posting.

fahadfa Saturday, December 19, 2009 10:58 PM

Can you please ask those who post the articles, if they can do some editting of their own articles to divide them into sub-headings and bullets?

If we realize just HOW MUCH information we need to load or cram into our heads just two months before the exam, you can see what i mean. :angle

I came across one place in the Pak afairs section which has such lengthy passages it is just like an encyclopedia, its so difficult to read!!!!!

Or can you allow some "user editing/formating" in which any one who reads an article on your website can add headings and bullets in a diffrerent fontface but cannot remove anything from the article?


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