Model F page sections

On the IBM Model F page, most keyboards are grouped under the Datamaster section.

Is this just a mistake, or was there some reason to do that? I was about to bring all those sections up a level, but I thought I'd better check before I do that.
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I have no objections , i did always wonder why they where like that.
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Several people worked on that page but Daedalus created that page.
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I've made the change.
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Daniel Beardsmore wrote:I've made the change.

Thank you. :ugeek:
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I always found it odd that the IBM PC XT keyboard wasn't there with a bit of a write up and a picture that would then lead to the full page on it. On quick glance, it looked like it was missing.
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snuci wrote:I always found it odd that the IBM PC XT keyboard wasn't there with a bit of a write up and a picture that would then lead to the full page on it. On quick glance, it looked like it was missing.
I missed it too at first.
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