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Allison

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I just got done writing a tool review before this day is up (Feb 29th) I uploaded the pictures of my tool. It was a grizzly floor model drill press. It seems like it took me forever to write it and I was just finishing up when my dog came in and wanted some attention. She hit the keyboard and now my review is out there somewhere in cyberspace. Can someone tell me where I can find it? I am serious! The reason I am asking is i noticed that it says Draft saved at ? when ever you write some thing here. So I am going on the assumption that it isn’t really “lost.” Can anyone help me?
Thanks sooo much! Allison

-- Allison, Northeastern Ca. Remember, Amateurs built the Ark. Professionals built the Titanic!


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Eric

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#1 posted 2374 days ago

Send a PM to Martin and ask him about it. I, too, have seen the “Draft Saved” stuff but don’t ever see a drafts folder. So I’m not sure if it’s really still there after all! Let us know what you find out!

-- Eric at http://adventuresinwoodworking.com

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#2 posted 2374 days ago

So the dog ate your homework Mr. Allison...? Huh! :o)

(If you reload the page you where you were writing the draft it will show up again, go take a look at your history in the browser itself).

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#3 posted 2373 days ago

Have you looked under your pillow ?

Karson taught me a little trick. When I write my blog entries I use my word prosessor. After it has been done to my satisfaction I copy and paste it to here. I works great … OH, Thanks Again Karson !!!

-- Odie, Confucius say, "He who laughs at one's self is BUTT of joke". http://woodstermangotwood.blogspot.com/ (my funny blog)

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#4 posted 2373 days ago

First to Jojo(is that in Gunne) Sorry I could not help my self. I find what you replied almost ironic. I almost DID just write that the dog ate it, because the whole thing on paper (virtual paper) sounded sooo stupid! LOL!!!!But it is what happened. I never did find it and you know what? I have a hard enough time finding my misplaced keys in the house let alone looking for something I can’t touch in a place (cyberspace ) that I can’t see! I do want to thank those that tried to help me. I sincerely do appreciate it! I will chalk it up to a unlearned ,learning experiance!

To Odie, Ya know I tried to look under my pillow , but I can’t find it along with my word processor! I did not know I had one. So if I do would you kindly tell me where IT is at? I bet you think I am not kidding, Huh? Your right!

-- Allison, Northeastern Ca. Remember, Amateurs built the Ark. Professionals built the Titanic!

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odie

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#5 posted 2373 days ago

Not the word processor here … your own word processor like “word”. I think you’re not kidding ? I’m Right?

-- Odie, Confucius say, "He who laughs at one's self is BUTT of joke". http://woodstermangotwood.blogspot.com/ (my funny blog)

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#6 posted 2371 days ago

LOL! I’m sorry but I couldn’t help myself. It was too good to pass on it.

Being as I am a cat person, some time ago I found a software (Mac only, if you are interested just ask me) that identifies the typical patterns of a cat wandering over a keyboard and that locks it immediately to avoid such things. Yes, in case you didn’t knew, the favorite places for a cat to be includes the space in between the screen and the keyboard, preferably standing so it blocks the view of what you are working on, while the tail sweeps the keyboard and the keyboard itself.

I guess that dogs being bigger they don’t do such antics and nobody has created such a software… yet.

Good luck meanwhile

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#7 posted 2371 days ago

My dog loves to drop her heavy toys on my number pad 56+68475.89

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#8 posted 2371 days ago

Go find the tooth fairy. She’ll tell you where your pillow is.

-- No piece is cut too short. It was meant for a smaller project.

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