"Unsure of a technical term?

  powerless 16:52 10 May 2003

Find out exaclty what it means in our searchable Glossary which is on the cover disc"

Why is there not one on these forums?

  Brian-336451 16:58 10 May 2003

They may be able to monitor what we look up and realise that most of us haven't got a clue!!

I'd rather hide my shameful ignorance.

Actually, its a damn good point, don't know how much bandwidth it would take - not a lot I would of thought.

  powerless 19:41 10 May 2003


  crx1600 20:15 10 May 2003

you could go to the 'links' section,under support you'll find many of the sites have a glossary,perhaps saving this site from requiring one.?

a link requires a lot less space than a glossary,and no doubt space = cost.

  leo49 20:17 10 May 2003

Considering there are hundreds of such reference sites on the web,why waste resources on more duplication? Most casual visitors spurn the existing search facility so it takes an optimist to believe they would use yet another.

  powerless 20:26 10 May 2003

I'm an Optimist ;-)

I also see most problems solved with a click to a link that google threw up. So it coud be said that most problems are posted on here first, before doing the searching bit...

So if a glossary is on here i would think it would help, with the "technical term".

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