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Michael West wrote:
> Isaac Rabinovitch wrote:
>> There really needs to be some careful thinking done here, and no
>> in the font. I wish writers and editors would invent concise ways
>> conveying this stuff. I hate reading "Choose X in the Y menu, then
>> choose Z". It's hard to follow.
> Could you perhaps expand on that comment? I'm interested,
> but not at all sure I understand what you're getting at.
I think he's saying that presenting tasks chronologically is easier to