Bench Re-incarnation #1: Next step

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Blog entry by Paul posted 04-08-2016 08:31 PM 649 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
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Scabbed together scraps with pocket screws & 1/2 sheet of 1/4” oak plywood. Min-wax pecan stain and satin poly. More red oak cut-offs from other projects destined for drawer fronts and soft maple cast-off from local cabinet shop destined to be the bench base board.

I do love making use of hardwood that often finds it way into a burn pile or land fill!

I can’t seem to get the hang of correctly titling and linking the related blog entries though.

-- Paul, Texas

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#1 posted 04-09-2016 05:50 AM

Open the Blog you want to link to. Ctrl/C the address bar. Go to the New Blog Entry, or Forum Topic, or, even, Comment box in someone else’s such. Click where you want the link to go, and press Ctrl/V. Bingo. Alternatively: You see that chain link at the top of the Comment box – B>I>chain link? You can highlight (left-click and drag across, turning it blue) the word in your text in which you want to embed the link. Click the chain link. Ctrl/V – Paste – the address you Ctrl/C’d – Copied – in the box that pops up, and click okay. Your link will now be embedded in that word, or, even phrase, if you so wish. For instance:
Say, I’m opening a Forum for discussion. I write, hypothetically, “This (Wait here a minute. I’m looking – I have sooo many sexy YT subscriptions…there it is ) is about the sexiest thing I think I’ve ever seen.” (Don’t be afraid. It’s not pornographic. Go ahead and click on it.)
Or this.
No. Mebees, it’s this one.
I always click the preview button, to see if the right things are lit up, before clicking Post.
I hope this is of some help.

I’ll be back shortly. I’ve gone out in search of myself. If you should see me before I get back, ask me to wait.

-- Mark

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