Re: cliches

Subject: Re: cliches
From: Marc Santacroce <santa -at- CCNET -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 1995 06:37:52 -0700

At 9:30 7/18/95, Janice Gelb wrote:
>In article <3ug2h9$5k6 -at- panix -dot- com>, Roy Jacobsen (Roy_Jacobsen -dot- GPS -at- gps -dot- com)
> wrote:
>> So, what do you say instead of "on the fly?" Maybe it's a cliche, but does it
>> do it's job? Does the reader understand what you mean?

>How about "as you're working"?

>Janice , et al...

I didn't get in on how this thread started, so I'm not sure exactly what is
meant by "on-the-fly" (geee, could that be a problem for readers?), but I
think Hanice has the right idea. Other options might be "without leaving
the application", or "in a separate window perform the following...".



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