In reply to scylla:
scylla said:Don't ask, but they say it's the thought that counts ;)
Very nice Scylla. Happy New Year to you & all other posters. Ian
Happy New Year everyone. This crestie appeared just as the photographer left!
(c) RSPB Loch Garten
The countdown clocks remind us it's 76 days to EJ's return. Everything crossed.
In reply to Korky:
Was thinking to myself just the other day Korky, now that we are into 2019, only 70 ish days to go!!
I really hope that the IT folks can get the posts reverted back to oldest first, then at the bottom the numbered pages as before, you can then follow from where you left off, and make the print bigger when posting a reply! I have to say I have overcome the changes and am coping fine, if they sort out the posts, then that would be great. Imagine the LG opsrey thread if not!!
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
In reply to Catlady:
Indeed Catlady! It occurred to me when I 'underlined and bold-ed' the countdown clock link that it looked like I was shouting. But the recent changes mean that folk can't see there's a click-through link. I too am coping OK but the whole lay-out is much more cluttered than before
thank you Korky. In my opinion, since some PCs (like mine) look very ''faded'' , links should be in bold so they are easily clicked on and seen, This does not mean they are 'shouted'.
Korky said:I 'underlined and bold-ed' the countdown clock link that it looked like I was shouting
Korky, just don't make it all upper-case, then you will definitely be shouting Ian
I'm finding the outlay very difficullt to use. Oh dear, I hope that I can get my head around it by March. I don't even know if I'm psting in the right place :o(
Some pics since xmas.
In reply to Moffer:
Happy New Year everyone. I don't like this new format . Postings seem to be everywhere. I hope I get used to it before March too Moffer.
Hi Moffer, great to hear from you, indeed you have posted the photos okay and lovely they are too. Hope the IT folks sort out some more bits and bobs on here ready for our EJ's return.
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