What about a 2mm ply false jaw superglued on? It works perfectly well believe it or not:engineerone wrote:and there was me thinking it was super glue
mrgrimsdale wrote: I apologise to all who would be offended by this
engineerone wrote:well andy if you know it is easy,if you have not had formal training, and no instructions, then it is more complex.
Fair point. In fact for every person who asks the "stupid" question there are usually a number who dared not ask it and are grateful.engineerone wrote:...... if we do not ask the simple questions at a time when few people are actually taught woodwork in urban schools.....
But just about the only essential one. You can work around not having one of course, but only with difficulty.engineerone wrote:....one of many devices....
modernist wrote:Re Photobucket it seemed to change a little while ago. If you hover over the pic the menus appear and I copy the second one down from the top. You then paste that between img brackets in UKWW. Having read the above I'll try the bottom one and see what happens.
engineerone wrote:interesting andy, since i thought i was trying to sort it out so i could download it. when first i joined it was much easier because it asked you and then told you what to do.
so now i understand what i need to do, will sort it I hope
engineerone wrote:whilst i see what you are saying davy, i go to bucket, and copy and save the images, then download them, so what i need to understand is whether i have to only copy individual pictures each time, or whether i down load about 4 and then how do i space them apart?
engineerone wrote:i seem unable at this time to have two screens open, so that i can start a post, go to photo bucket, and open a link, then go back to the post, and then back and fro.
engineerone wrote:i seem unable at this time to have two screens open, so that i can start a post, go to photo bucket, and open a link, then go back to the post, and then back and fro. this is for many reasons, but mainly because i have not been shown how.
engineerone wrote: i have also worked with early ai machinery, and spectacularly blew up one machine by asking it some very complex questions
andy wrote:Davy whats wrong with using tabs?
engineerone wrote:in most cases certainly the 286 would be as effective for the most as the dual core of today, since most computing is restricted by the ability of the operator to input data, and then the bus transfer rates.
engineerone wrote:so although i have been using them for more than 40 years, in different forms, i have still to have any formal lessons.
Unless you use a mac. Firefox does OK. Tabs, or new windows with more tabs if I want to be complicated. Or new windows with different browsers running together if necessaryengineerone wrote:..... our dependence on bill gates.....
so although i have been using them for more than 40 years, in different forms, i have still to have any formal lessons.
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