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findingnine
post Feb 16 2007, 03:06 PM
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QUOTE(wakingdream @ Feb 16 2007, 12:22 PM) *

Oh! I thought it was a hamster. Is there a difference btwn a hamster and a guinea pig?


Size, I think would be the most notable difference. My sister loves her guinea pig, Mister Big. wub.gif Hamsters are cute, but proportionately more difficult to love.

Love the advice, May get to try it soon.


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post Feb 17 2007, 09:45 AM
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Attention Please. Passengers on Flt 346, Departure delayed till after sundown.

http://www.micom.net/oops/African%20preflight.jpg


To belabor this subject: Clicking on the orange URL just above will show the exact same picture, same size, but in upper left corner of window.


Both results were produced by the same steps 1-4.

Then the top result was obtained by following steps 5 ff. ie clicking on the Tree icon at top.

The raw code enclosed the "http:// ..... " in brackets:



the second had the same "http:// .... but bracketed in different syntax: [url=http:// ..... [/url]

The second result was obtained by Right clicking and pasting directly into the Forum Post window, bypassing th Tree icon.

Does any one really care??

There are a few other variations possible. Still haven't sorted them alll out and don't think I'll bother.

However, pasting photos into TP blogs seems to present a whole different set of problems. Same techniques don't seem to work.

But there is one other issue which I've raised before but it seems to have fallen by way side.

That is that all this discovery should be put into a Member contributed Wikipedia type of FAQs. where it should be more easily accessable than in the Forums.


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