• KingGeorge
New suggestion. This is something that's been bothering me a bit. Would it be possible to add an ability to move the message window around? As in, when I'm typing a message to another user, could I click and drag that box around? My motivation for this is that I'm having trouble seeing what's behind the message box, and there are times when my message depends on what's behind that box. Don't know if this will be easy/hard/nearly impossible to do. Just a thought I had.
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  • jamiebookeater
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  • anonymous
I've had this thought many times o.o Also, making it so we're not locked into having to answer before we can do anything else on the site until we either send of cancel sending a message. It drives me crazy.
  • farmdawgnation
Thank you for the suggestion, I don't particularly like it BUT you are presenting a valid use case that we didn't consider. So, when we get around to scheduling new features for OpenStudy we'll put some thought into this. You have a valid problem and while I'm not sure your solution is best, I do think it is a problem that we should think about some more. Thanks again!

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