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hi Adrian, 🙂
big things in progress I see. thanks for the explanations. thumbsup!
Big changes, but feels ok. Clear good people are at the wheel.
I was wondering, have all old posts been moved over? (or will they) Those form a huge compendium of info after all.
(Looking at my post-count here makes me think they've all been moved over. 😉 So just checking.)
Thanks much for all the good work,
You've crossed the Pacific in the last two weeks, quite a journey, and yes, it's not called the 'Mighty Pacific' for no reason, it is really BIG. Now that you're in continental USA, am sure you're much more relaxed with plenty of strips to divert to if you need to, and scenery to watch. Will continue to watch your progress back to the Netherlands.
I don't know anything about the new site. I just clicked on a post and typed. The font size you see is what I typed, I didn't adjust font size. But typing this just now, I see at the top of the box a menu ribbon with 'Size' dropdown, it's showing '(Default)' where you can change the size from 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 points etc. Try that. And to the right is menu of a page icon 'Preview' which pops up a box that shows you it what your post will look like.
Sorry, not a lot of time tonight to sim.I am still greatful to those who joined in to help, but I don't want to sound unappreciative, not too much time.
I'll try running the installer of this addon scenery which I believe is the culprit of this issue and then I'll report
Following a delay after franticly chasing this this rooster around, like a crazy person, The guy with the stuff I'm supposed to pick up finally arrives. He pulled up in an old 1967 Ford Pick-up, drove straight to the back of the shed, and called me over. Turns out Big Guy was with him too; you remember him right?
I sure hope that rooster doesn't start poking at them packages. I don't know what's in there, but whatever it is, it can't be good for the rooster.