Re: THEAD & TFOOT for columns

> time to when scribes published on actual *scrolls*, the scroll
> orientation was usually vertical -- you could drop the lower
> scroll to the ground and then read whilst operating only the
> upper scroll. Try that with horizontal papyrus and your neck
> will hurt. ;)

Just because history didn't do it doesn't mean we shouldn't consider 
the possibilies of using horizontal scrolling.

Consider that a book with pages is essentially horizontal scrolling 
when you flip the pages...

Horizontal scrolling is great for:
-accounting ledgers
-time sheets
-other charts
-columnar display of multiple databse records
-natural looking tree displays

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