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I'd like to steal Satellite's suggestion to number the lines in each post. It would be extremely useful and time-saving to say "refer to line x" when an asker requests a formula or explanation that you just provided a few posts up.

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That sounds hip to me.
Sounds like a great idea to me.
Instead I often find myself saying "look at the formula 3 posts up -- I mean 4 posts -- no not 4 of your posts 4 of mine..." Then I give up and have to reexplain or type everything, which wears my patience unnecessarily thin. It shouldn't be too hard to implement that change I would imagine, so any objections?

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Potentially very useful, sounds easy enough, I like it!
Yeah, I also really like this idea - let me see what we can do about this. Thanks everyone!

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