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I read earlier this evening (danish time) a suggestion that you should search the Forum to see, if the galaxy (or other thing) you want to know something about, is already there.But that - I think - most would not do - especially newbies that don't know the Forum.How about creating some shortcuts? I.e.: When I get a special blue blob i 'Galaxy Analysis' and I don't know if it is a blue elliptical, I can go to the Forum and try to find out if it has been posted and commented, but I might not find it.That might be because I haven't been very good at using the search-function, but it is a little complicated to be sure that you have found it - if it is there.Therefore: Couldn't you create a shortcut that meant that when I stand on my picture - which I am analysing - just could press i.e. F8 and then the program took a copy of the Galaxy Ref.-number, searched the Forum - and probably FAQ's and so on - and said: 'Here is some information' or 'Not Known'or something like that.Another shortcut could be one that took the URL and Galaxy Ref.-number and put it in a post-message, so that you wouldn't have to go all the way through ref-number, right-clicking, inserting and so on.It might make the Forum a little less complicated to find your way aroun in, so it might be worthwile.