I find that the "Data Scroll" is better, because I keep the train of
thought from screen to screen. Just a personal preference. I believe that
the 36 was full, and the 38 was data, but I never used a 36.

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I always set it to F so more of the screen rolls. Never understood why
anyone would want to roll half.

On 10/15/07, James Lampert <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
For SEU users:

Does anybody here actually prefer setting "Amount to roll" to "F" rather
than "H"? Can they please explain what possible advantage there could be
in that setting?

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