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Don't worry, just file it as a bug, and explain that it is a feature
request. The devs will understand.

On Tuesday, 12 February 2013, John R. Sowden wrote:

I went to the site that you recommended.  I could not find any feature
request link.  I searched for 'feature', no luck.  I also could not find a
reference to 'recent', as my 'feature request' might be interpreted to mean
that it is a 'bug'.  I searched the entire page.


On 02/12/2013 11:33 AM, Joel Madero wrote:

On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 11:04 AM, John R. Sowden < <>> wrote:

    I know this is a bad time, since 4.0 was just released, but
    improvement is an ongoing process.

    For the 'recent documents' menu selection under 'file', it would
    be nice to:
    1) allow us to set the number of recent documents, under
    2) allow us, in the recent menu, to right click and set certain
    files to 'permanent' so
        they will not fifo off the stack.  An asterisk (blue?) could
    act as a visual flag.

Feature requests should be made through our bug tracker, most devs don't
follow the user mailing list (they already have way too much on their


Best Regards,
*Joel Madero*
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