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chess did a thingy in her journal where she said what she perceived the alignment of her LJ friends to be. Which set me off thinking. And the end result is this poll. If you odn't think any of the answers are quite right, then just go with the closest one.

Poll #133416 alignment

What do you perceive rho's D&D style alignment to be

chaotic evil
0(0.0%)
chaotic neutral
6(15.8%)
chaotic good
12(31.6%)
neutral evil
0(0.0%)
true neutral
2(5.3%)
neutral good
0(0.0%)
lawful evil
1(2.6%)
lawful neutral
1(2.6%)
lawful good
0(0.0%)
I dunno; I know nothing about D&D
12(31.6%)
I dunno; I know nothing about rho
4(10.5%)


In other news, I really don't like the new poll creator. The addition of pointless radio buttons or check boxes means that it's now necessary to hit tab twice to navigate between the text fields. Stupid thing. Actually, isn't it possible to specify in an HTML form the order that fields should go in when tabbing through them? If it is then I'll zilla that...

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Actually, isn't it possible to specify in an HTML form the order that fields should go in when tabbing through them?

Yes. And the pointless radio buttons/check boxes irritate me (and my hands-- mouse mouse mouse) as well. I like the preview option-- if there's a preview already, then you only need the radio buttons/check boxes to help the truly stupid. And the truly stupid don't need to make polls. :P

iirc buttons and such things are part of form data

the HTML spec should define a tab order - i.e the html in the page should have a pre-defined tab order. Most browsers will assume a sensible default but....

Check the w3c.org website and see... But thats my memory of forms

Natalya

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