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    The bloke who did mine used a plastic (?)...

    The bloke who did mine used a plastic (?) moulding that is meant to go on the edge of tiles to do the outside corners.

    It comes in lots of differnt colours.

    I've taken some pics but the don't...
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    I wonder why Neil locks his announcement threads....

    I wonder why Neil locks his announcement threads. :D
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    Not cash you didn't. :wink:

    Not cash you didn't. :wink:
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    :2tsup:

    :2tsup:
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    Most of them are still around, you just have to...

    Most of them are still around, you just have to know where to look for them. :wink:
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    I like it all sorted the way it is. :2tsup: If I...

    I like it all sorted the way it is. :2tsup:
    If I don't follow a particular subject, I don't have to wade through a heap of posts about stuff I'm not particularly interested in.
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    DON'T CLICK THE LINK! Unless you have a very...

    DON'T CLICK THE LINK!
    Unless you have a very good pop up blocker. :cool:
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    I'd take a piece to a sheet metal worker & ask...

    I'd take a piece to a sheet metal worker & ask them to make a bit to fit.
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    It has happened a few times this evening too. :(

    It has happened a few times this evening too. :(
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    G'day Pete. Use this button...

    G'day Pete.

    Use this button http://mt1.woodworkforums.com/images/editor/createlink.gifjust above the window you type in. :2tsup:
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    Yup, that is people for you. People & E-mail...

    Yup, that is people for you.

    People & E-mail are weird 'cos their mother didn't teach them e-mail etiquette.
    (Some are just ignorant 'cos their mum didn't even teach them manners)

    I sent...
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    Arh, right then.... I guess that you are on their...

    Arh, right then.... I guess that you are on their ignore list. :D

    I know I am on a couple 'cos I have posted a couple of replies to a few threads & the original poster has acknowledged other...
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    Yeap, you have to be a bit patient with computers...

    Yeap, you have to be a bit patient with computers & the Internet.

    They may have internet problems, we often lost it for 6 days at a time up here.

    They may have computer problems, it took me...
  14. Bummer Neil, burns are bloody awful. :(

    Bummer Neil, burns are bloody awful. :(
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    Rural power, a lot of the dairies up here use it....

    Rural power, a lot of the dairies up here use it.



    We had 32VDC til the late '60s, single cylinder Lister diesel aircooled, more of a Knack, Knack, Knack, sound than the Dug, Dug, Dug that...
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    Watch out for that first step Waldo, it is a...

    Watch out for that first step Waldo, it is a killer. :D
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    [/COLOR] I guess so.

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    I guess so.
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    :?.... a lot of the Navy boat computer gear that...

    :?.... a lot of the Navy boat computer gear that came in for repair was set for 120V including the UPSs.
    Maybe it was just the stuff out of the Comm Centre... :think:
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    Beware: There is more than one type of 2 phase!!!!

    You need to know exactly what sort of 2 phase it is.
    In the bush we are on a SWER line that has a centre tapped 480V secondary.
    This gives out 2 phases of 240v each that are exactly 180 out of...
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    Somebody removed my recipe. :p

    Somebody removed my recipe. :p
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    If it is the one I'm thinking of, it isn't there...

    If it is the one I'm thinking of, it isn't there any longer. :D
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    Thanks for that Rob. :2tsup:

    Thanks for that Rob. :2tsup:
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    Geeze yer a snob Bob, you came to Sydney & you...

    Geeze yer a snob Bob, you came to Sydney & you didn't call in & see me while you were over here. :cool:
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    I've had some of my attempts to be helpful...

    I've had some of my attempts to be helpful ignored, I just put it down to me being on their 'ignore list'. :D

    Though I don't know why I'm, I mean, it is not as if I may have posted something that...
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    G'day. Thanks for responding. I have...

    G'day.

    Thanks for responding.

    I have fiddled with electronics for several years trying to get a good stable temp controller for a wine cellar & I understand that it is not easy to produce a...
  26. Bog? :D

    Bog? :D
  27. You won't if you let it continue to bother you,...

    You won't if you let it continue to bother you, get over it & move on. :)
  28. Yeap, you'll live longer. :2tsup:

    Yeap, you'll live longer. :2tsup:
  29. This bloke lives in a stump in our driveway, I'll...

    This bloke lives in a stump in our driveway, I'll rent him out. :2tsup:

    (Stupid picture won't load. :~)

    Fixed.... he was TOO big. :rolleyes:
    ...
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    Not only but also. :D

    Not only but also. :D
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    There are no ticks on Astrid now. :D

    There are no ticks on Astrid now. :D
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    Beer. :D

    Beer. :D
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    Instead of a courier, try a local carrier. You...

    Instead of a courier, try a local carrier.
    You may find one who has a small carne on the back of the truck to load/unload.

    Look up cranetruck in the yellow pages.
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    The bottom rail on our steps in Cairns doesn't...

    The bottom rail on our steps in Cairns doesn't have a channel, it has a rebate on the inside & the uprights stand in the rebate.
    That way it doesn't trap any water.
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    Was all OK for me, :2tsup: I don't use the...

    Was all OK for me, :2tsup:

    I don't use the Wiki-Blog skin or the quick nav stuff. :shrug:
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    Nope, it is still not fixed in the Wiki-Blog...

    Nope, it is still not fixed in the Wiki-Blog default skin.

    All other skins look fine to me in IE7.
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    It is just the Wiki-Blog default scheme that does...

    It is just the Wiki-Blog default scheme that does it in IE7.
  38. My skirting boards are painted so this method my...

    My skirting boards are painted so this method my not suit as it leaves a hole to be filled & covered.

    I tried concrete nails on mine & made a mess of it.

    I eventually finished it by cutting &...
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    Point to it, right click & click properties, copy...

    Point to it, right click & click properties, copy the URL, then click this button http://mt1.woodworkforums.com/images/editor/insertimage.gif & paste the URL into the field in the window that pops up...
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    You use the button above (in your edit window)...

    You use the button above (in your edit window) that looks like this...
    http://mt1.woodworkforums.com/images/editor/createlink.gif
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