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Subject:Re: WHAT MOVES ON SCREEN? From:Rod Hester <rod -dot- hester -at- AQUILA -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 6 Jul 1994 00:12:00 -0600
Intuition (and working with hypertext) leads me to believe the data
moves, not the window. However, it probably depends on the program and
the programmer's mental state at the time ;-). Pardon any spelling
errors -- the little guy amuses himself by pounding on the keyboard
and the R and S keys are now tempermental.