Here is a list of all the postings Robin Buckland 3 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Downloading problem|
I have passed you query on to the subscriptions team who look after the technical aspects and will come back with a reply for you.
Hope that will help
When you are logged in, just click on Win! in the menu and you can click on the current competition, which is the Record Planer at the moment and there you find the entry form.
Hope that helps
Sorry about that. You should find it is all sorted now.
|Thread: GWW Index|
I don't know the answer I'm afraid but will follow up and come back to you when I can.
|Thread: How many characters?|
Difficult to say what caused that problem but sometimes it can be to do with Word itself. Without getting over detailed, there can be all sorts of hidden codes (usually formatting) which might be causing the problem, though I can't be certain that is the issue. While there is a limit to the number of characters (I can't recall the number at the moment) then 1400 or so should not be a problem. What I'd suggest is that you paste the text into a basic word processor tool such as Notepad and then copy and paste from there, that should work for you.
Hope that helps but do let us know if it continues to be a problem.
|Thread: Chestnut Burr|
That is an unusual and lovely looking bowl.
|Thread: Half track|
Your M3 looks a real treat. I am a military vehicle fan though not a woodworker and this looks marvellous. Can I ask how you went about the curved front mudguards?
|Thread: 35y falklands rememberance plate.|
Though not a woodworker myself (I do 'back room' admin for this site), this is a lovely thing to have done, and it looks excellent. It brings back memories for me not only because my eldest son was born the week of the invasion, but also as my own uncle was involved, the governor, Sir Rex Hunt along with my aunt, Lady Mavis.
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