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    Re: Our cats love a box

    Our children had a much loved book called 'My cat likes to hide in boxes'.
  2. Thread: Needed VIT D

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    Re: Needed VIT D

    And i don't have osteoporosis - i fall on the footpath often enough when out running and don't break any bones. I have been awkward all my life... I do now know where all the lumps on the street are...
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    Re: Needed VIT D

    It happens - and i was sailing a lot through the summer at the time... Obviously i was in the sunshine frequently - although i have sailed in the snow at times.
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    Re: Needed VIT D

    Get your doctor to test for levels and he/she will let you know.

    I am on D supplements - the geriatrician in the ward tested staff after finding low level in the patients in the ward. :)
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    Re: Auckland back to level 3

    Yes, mine is working fine too. I notice many more places now have the app now. I complained a couple of weeks ago about a meeting that is held in a church hall didn't have the app on display. They...
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    Re: Ashampoo Registry Cleaner 2

    I strongly suspected that might be the case. Thanks.
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    Ashampoo Registry Cleaner 2

    Has anyone got comments on this programme - good? Rubbish ? Or dangerous ?

    As always - TIA
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    Re: C'mon..... Joke time

    I was in the McDonald’s drive-through this morning and a young lady behind me leaned on her horn because I was taking too long to place my order.
    ‘Take the high road,’ I thought to myself.
    So,...
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    Re: Office 365 Changes

    Mine has Access - and fully functional. On a PC.
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    [QUOTE=feersumendjinn;1297000]Go here...
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    Many thanks for your help - especially you, Wainui. I have just got around to doing the 'fix' as per your #8 posting. I was footering around with some camera club stuff (and a little nervous...).
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    I did, and only got 110kb. So something, but not much.
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    Ok - some things to think about there. I try to keep my C Drive pretty clean (well, I thought I had) but when I look there are some files I could take off.
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    The problem is that the 'Healthy(Recovery Drive)' is between C Drive and F Drive. Note - they are not separate drives, but partitions of the one drive. I have already reduced the size of F Drive in...
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    I have a lot of photos... I belong to the local Camera Club, and do a lot of work for them - Club presentations etc. Plus all my own pics over many years now. Mostly all backed up!

    I can't buy any...
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    Until the morning now!
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    Re: I need some hand-holding please!

    I hear you, I hear you!

    Moving right from C Drive, I have the 504MB Healthy (Recovery Partition), then to the right of that I have F Drive (485GB), and to the right of that there is an...
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    I need some hand-holding please!

    My C Drive is chocca and the partition to the right is a 'Healthy(Recovery partition)' - 504MB. I have the latest version of Aomei Partition Assistant (free version) downloaded.

    Am I safe to go...
  19. 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'.
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    Re: This site...

    Och aye - indeed.
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    Re: This site...

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

    Those were my thoughts.
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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.
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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 :) )
  25. 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 :)
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