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    #1

    that much more

    1-This solution will save a lot of trouble and will be that much more pleasant for you.

    What does 'that much more pleasant for you' mean here?

    a- More pleasant for you to the extent that it will save a lot of trouble
    or simply

    b- So much more pleasant for you.

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    #2

    Re: that much more

    I don't see much difference between A and B. One could assume that part of the "trouble" was some inconvenience to the customer.

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    #3

    Re: that much more

    I think that a solution would be pleasant, but as this one also saves a lot of trouble, it is even more pleasant.

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