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  1. Posts : 5,807
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       #1061

    Antman said:
    Zidane24 said:
    superfragilisticexpialidocious
    -5

    Spelling
    read the post above...+5 for spelling it right besides a simple cali
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       #1062

    People really know how to spell that?
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       #1063

    Barman58 said:
    What I do for threads or posts I want to keep for reference is simply Bookmark them - ether the whole thread or the post using the Permalink.

    In my set up with Firefox and the All-InOne sidebar if I want to refer someone to a post or tutorial I can simply drag the bookmark into the post editor.

    This also works for links to other sites

    Attachment 27539
    Nigel

    Very cool Ideas. I have FF and all in one. Never thought about dragging a bookmark to the post editor. Thanks

    The pictures help me visualize how to do it too
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       #1064

    Antman said:
    Zidane24 said:
    Antman said:
    -5

    Spelling
    read the post above...+5 for spelling it right besides a simple cali
    -10

    Correcting a paper after it was submitted
    I don't see where the paper was submitted...

    Actually I have no paper...so no paper COULD have been submitted
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       #1065

    Hi Ken

    Pleased to help :)

    As I have used the same profile for FF for the last two or three years (profile on data drive so survives OS re-install ), I have the bookmarks quite organized - which make it easier
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       #1066

    z3r010 said:
    Erm that's just the box that has always popped up when you click the number of posts next to a thread
    I'll be damned !!!
    Last edited by chuckr; 11 Sep 2009 at 18:44.
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       #1067

    Antman said:
    Zidane24 said:
    Antman said:
    -10

    Correcting a paper after it was submitted
    I don't see where the paper was submitted...

    Actually I have no paper...so no paper COULD have been submitted
    +15

    Style
    Actually I have always wondered why when we submit typed material online it is considered "submitting a document/paper"
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       #1068

    Zidane24 said:
    Antman said:
    Zidane24 said:
    I don't see where the paper was submitted...

    Actually I have no paper...so no paper COULD have been submitted
    +15

    Style
    Actually I have always wondered why when we submit typed material online it is considered "submitting a document/paper"

    Its still a document, that carries copyright properties, the medium is just different...
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  9. Posts : 5,840
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       #1069

    That's why they CALI it a document.


    Actually I have always wondered why when we submit typed material online it is considered "submitting a document/paper"
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  10. Posts : 5,807
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       #1070

    Tews said:
    Zidane24 said:
    Antman said:
    +15

    Style
    Actually I have always wondered why when we submit typed material online it is considered "submitting a document/paper"

    Its still a document, that carries copyright properties, the medium is just different...
    That still doesn't explain the paper part...
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