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Aly
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Still on very small font, vertical emoticons and wide thin box for typing posts. Tried the fix for iPad and lost the site for a while. It is back as you can see but nothing has changed. I would rather have it like this than not at all.

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Aly, something I saw last night suggested that you tap on the Google search box. somehow that prompts an option.

I hope it's not complete rubbish. i have never used an iPad. 

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I was about to mention that on Firefox I was getting a wide page with the site in the right half and an empty left half, but I reloaded the page (command+R on a mac) and it now looks ok.

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I am using Firefox now and it changes from wide to narrow (standard). This is something I will try to fix tomorrow.

Today will be busy with the day job so there will not anybody working behind the scenes. You can relax!

We got the pics to appear on the blog. Some are too tall and narrow or too small to work properly. We will correct those over time. More are missing since our server migration last Dec so we will re-upload them at some point.

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What, you mean you don't spend ALL your time working here on the forum??? surprised Tut, tut

 

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Sooliz said:

What, you mean you don't spend ALL your time working here on the forum??? surprised Tut, tut

 

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It's called 'earning a living'.....some of the younger ones have to do it....big_laughbig_laugh

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wave  Shame for them isn't it!!!   big_laugh   big_laugh   big_laugh

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Very much! Wait though, renovations are work too! Have hit the granite bed with the digger so it will need the jack hammer to get to the required 60cm depth! Bother!!!

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danast said:

wave  Shame for them isn't it!!!   big_laugh   big_laugh   big_laugh

As I tell the locals here when they talk about my pension...I did 45 years of hard labour for that and five of them were the having and bringing on to school age two little beauties....the rest of the time I was full time employed....in the days when you could be and had to be to buy the house....three and four percent interests rates didn't exist in those days...yellyell

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Same here, I worked nights when my 3 were little then part time as they started school and full time once they were nearly adult. I am fully paid up so will get my full state pension one day. This was how we managed to have our own home and eventually down size to be mortgage free here. I often think it is why I am always tired now. Did all our own child care too! Wouldn't change a thing though!

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