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Hi Christian, :-)

On Sun, Dec 12, 2010 at 01:18, Christian Lohmaier
<> wrote:
Not sure about that, as italics then again draw attention to it, wouldn't it?

The idea behind this is that it sets the "auxiliary" footer text aside
visually from the main content of the page. Instead, you could
slightly downsize the text of the footer to achieve the same effect.
Or both. I'd probably recommend the italics more, though...

It's not a major issue, just my 2 cents. The most important thing is
the revised text and the fact that all will be in *one* 3-line

David Nelson

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