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in the case of id, it is now placed at the bottom of the page.

It makes sense to place required parameters at the top of the page with a slight separation, perhaps an <hr> or an icon.

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Parameters are now sorted by whether or not they are required (required on top) and then by name.

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you are like the shoemaker's elves. –  Sky Sanders Jun 4 '10 at 15:40
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