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  1. Thread: This site...

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    Re: This site...

    No - it is not... I'm speaking Scots here, not English. I have support from the Collins Pocket Scots Dictionary - The essential guide to modern Scots. The alternative to 'hoor' may also be 'hure'.
  2. Thread: This site...

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    Re: This site...

    Och aye - indeed.
  3. Thread: This site...

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    Re: This site...

    Nope - I lived with it for 45years, 1 month and 16 days - spoken in pure Glaswegian...
  4. Thread: This site...

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    Re: This site...

    Those were my thoughts.
  5. Thread: This site...

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    Re: This site...

    The way he pronounced it (he was Glaswegian - he said they spoke English, but no they don't) it was quite original for NZ.
  6. Thread: This site...

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    This site...

    I don't know if this is just me, but for me it has, to quote my Scots husband, has 'Been up and down like a hoors drawers'. You work it out - I think you all can (the meaning of that I mean :) )
  7. Thread: PJ

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    Re: PJ

    Funerals are fast becoming my new social activity... A far cry to the student parties I went to in Dunedin :)
  8. Thread: LOLs

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    Re: LOLs

    Aye indeed. I was very pleasantly surprised when i ate my MILaw's haggis in Glasgow. :)

    And I didn't have it with whisky (note spelling for Scotch).
  9. Thread: It's back again

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    Re: It's back again

    That's what my Scots husband would have said... :)
  10. Thread: It's back again

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    Re: It's back again

    I TOLD you to stop fiddling with the on/off switch. Now you have broken it!
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    Re: What do you think of the new MetService website

    Thanks for telling that - I'll share with a number of my friends. :)
  12. Thread: Forum crashing

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    Re: Forum crashing

    To quote my Scots husband - is 'Up and down like a hoor's drawers'!
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    Re: Problems with Office 365 Outlook

    And that is what I want :)
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    Re: Problems with Office 365 Outlook

    Yes that makes sense. And explains why the man from Mailwasher recommended IMAP instead of POP3.

    I have deleted the Sync2 programmes, but things are still running very slow in Outlook. Things are...
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    Problems with Office 365 Outlook

    Thanks for the help you are giving me. It is appreciated (as always!).

    I have removed the Sync2 stuff (and I paid for it...). It looks as if it might be helping (a bit).

    I am using Imap, not...
  16. Re: Office 365 Programs require Full reinstall yet again-Microsoft Community Discuss

    I'll move onto my own thread - I have inadvertently taken this one over - sorry :(
  17. Re: Office 365 Programs require Full reinstall yet again-Microsoft Community Discuss

    To begin with, it doesn't play nicely with Mailwasher Pro (I used that very successfully last year when I had thousands (literally!) scam emails coming in over a period of 14 days). That has now...
  18. Re: Office 365 Programs require Full reinstall yet again-Microsoft Community Discuss

    No - I'll have a look and try that. Thanks.
  19. Re: Office 365 Programs require Full reinstall yet again-Microsoft Community Discuss

    I can't open this site: Clean Install here: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wiki..

    Or this one either: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wiki...

    Both come up as 'Page not...
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    Re: Shower Doors in Australia

    I was in Canada about four years ago. The showers all had doors, but in one place the shower was so small that when I dropped the soap on the floor, as I inevitably do, there wasn't room to bend over...
  21. Thread: Thursday's Joke

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    Re: Thursday's Joke

    Hay stacked in bales may spontaneously combust if it is damp. I can remember my father checking for the amount of heat he could feel in the stack.
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    Re: PCWorld and PressF1 Outages

    I emailed this person:
    Janice Tong <janice_tong@idg.com.au> asking if they were deliberately killing the Forum and this is the reply I got:

    Absolutely not! Our dev team is taking a look to see...
  23. Thread: PressF1 Outages

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    Poll: Re: PressF1 Outages

    Don't laugh - apparently that did happen in a hospital intensive care :(
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    Re: ? System Restore in Windows 10

    I've been having a few 'Bad Hair Days'... Where do I go to do that?

    I get a message saying 'Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions...
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    ? System Restore in Windows 10

    I'm just asking? Someone told me today that System Restore doesn't work in Windows 10 - is that the case? And is there any caveats around it?

    TIA for replies. :)
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