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Here it is upright so you can see exactly where it will be and how much space it will occupy.

Nice work  :up:

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my roomate
In the carcass?

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See if you can find #24
I'll have to reflect on it.

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I know you wanted to ventilate your shoes but that's taking things a bit too far!

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All the best for a quick recovery. Also, consider using soft soap.  :Thmbsup:

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I found a realllllly nice warm golden aniline dye stain that I can't wait to try
So you're dyeing to start?

Design would be dictated by items to be stored.

It's been suggested to me that daily shoes should be stored in open space not behind doors, in order to get good ventilation.
Either ventilate that section from below or give the top a slight overhang at the back and ventilate that section at the back.

And some foot designs I am considering:
FWIW, I'd prefer a matched kickplate, maybe .5" inset, taking the whole piece down to the floor on 3 sides. In which case feet would be concealed and can be simple blocks. I like the look and there'd be no dust bunnies.


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Done!

Happy to help....

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It doesn't blend in quite as well as it did previously. That said, it's still a nice piece of work and will look quite different when it's filled.

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DC Gamer Club / Re: Find out how much you've spent on Steam
« on: June 19, 2018, 09:15 AM »
Holy Moses, my wife must NEVER see this!

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I think I am getting a bit better.
  :Thmbsup:

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an updated Version is avail in Post #1,
Thanks  :Thmbsup:

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Living Room / You just couldn't invent this stuff!
« on: June 05, 2018, 09:12 PM »
From The London Daily Mail Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Arrival of Britain's new £100m 'game changer' F-35 Lightning stealth fighter jets is postponed... due to the weather"

Tally-ho chaps, don't forget the brollies!


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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: June 05, 2018, 04:38 PM »
As a bonus POTUS has put his name behind the company
That's a bonus? :o  ;D  ;D  ;D
-cranioscopical (June 05, 2018, 08:31 AM)

Learn something every day.  I thought POTUS was some soggy herbs stuck on a sore spot for pain relief.   :D

Thanak goodness you were able to weed out the confusion!

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Living Room / Re: Looking for smartphone
« on: June 05, 2018, 08:31 AM »
As a bonus POTUS has put his name behind the company
That's a bonus? :o  ;D  ;D  ;D

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That's what she said?
Bad day at The Office!  ;)

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Took me a while to realize what you were saying..
I get that from my wife quite a bit...  ;D


You mean it's useful when you want a visual alert about something rather than an audible alert.
Correct.


It seems to me the biggest advantage of it is if you step away for a bit, you will miss an audible alert but can see at a distance this glowing thing.
If you program it to flash you'll probably see it out of the corner of an eye even while concentrating on something else (such as trying to understand what some people say  ;D)


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Don't think this will help you but...

My way out of this mess was to install a backup of my boot drive from PE, forbid updates, wipe out all of Winupdates info/history/structure, then wait and install a later update manually.

I don't dare let the damned update near any other of my machines. It took me about 2 working days to sort it out on this one.


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I have one. It's useful when volume needs to be low. Acquired it from Kickstarter some years ago.

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I have a ClipMate_7526_136.exe installer here from 2013, and I had a license for that. If I recall, I dropped it because Win8 didn't seem to like it (at leat on my machines)
 

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Obviously limits any possible review. Half a mind not to bother.
I'm with wraith808 on that. At the very least set aside anything that seems below par until some future time.

(Might contact the author, cite your efforts here, and see if you can get a working review copy?)

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Nicely done  :Thmbsup:

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BlackViperScript by madbomb122 is a PowerShell script
Thanks!

1803 created so many problems for me that a madbomber's probably the best solution (that or a total wipe and  re-install of Windows).

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Screenshot Captor / Re: File naming template
« on: May 22, 2018, 09:04 PM »
Thanks cranioscopical - that worked for me.
-absoblogginlutely (May 22, 2018, 03:36 PM)
:Thmbsup:

Wondering what the $dt:%DATEFIELD$ is used for then.
Yes, I took a hurried look but didn't quite grasp it.

@mouser
Any clues, please?

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Screenshot Captor / Re: File naming template
« on: May 22, 2018, 01:43 PM »
I just use %customdate%
Example.png

like so.

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