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|Peter Smith||Posted on Jan 12 2012, 12:31 AM|
|That's something new that we have learned. I did not know it worked that way.|
|Peter Smith||Posted on Jan 12 2012, 12:28 AM|
| Joe, when you made the post, you were not logged in, so it showed you as unregistered.
I just tested it, and I am unregistered.
|Peter Smith||Posted on Jan 12 2012, 12:05 AM|
| It looks okay now, and I have not done anything.
Try logging out again, then back in.
|joecarver||Posted on Jan 11 2012, 11:27 PM|
|Peter, go ahead and unregister me so that I can use the same user name and password.
I don't know why it allows me into the forum. It is obvious to me when I log in that something is wrong, as it first seems I will not be able to get in, and then suddenly I'm in.
I guess my aura exudes something that the computer picks up on and it realizes that I'm the guy that's always messing up computers, so it's getting back at me. Just kidding. I'm not really that paranoid.
Let me know when I can register again.
|Peter Smith||Posted on Jan 11 2012, 02:58 PM|
| I always have trouble uploading anything except a very small file. I have worked on a solution but it is still an issue with me. Others are able to upload, and that is where it does not make sense. The limit is set at 30mb or something like that, and 10 files. I have contacted the tech help, and they are scratching their heads also.
Joe, you have managed to Unregister yourself. Email me, and we will figure it out.
I may have to delete you, in order for you to re-register. You will not be able to un-unregister yourself. (that's not a word, but you kow what I mean.
|joecarver||Posted on Jan 11 2012, 02:28 AM|
|If I manage to spot and photograph the Great Grey Owl that came to our county, I will try to post the picture. I realize it's not an endangered or rare species, but for us to see one in our neck of the woods (kind of a strange expression for me to use, isn't it. Especially after explaining earlier that we only have 3% tree cover) is practically like seeing a sasquatch, as one of our local biologists put it.|
|JohnC||Posted on Jan 11 2012, 01:29 AM|
|You managed to get the post up there,and thats good, I am not much better,I have been trying to upload a picture of a hawk for three days hahah|
|joecarver||Posted on Jan 10 2012, 10:43 PM|
| I currently live just outside Windsor. No wild big foots here. Our county only has 3% tree coverage left, and the only reason it's not nearer to zero is because the Essex Region Conservation Authority has, as of relatively recent, a fairly active tree replacement program. Our poor deer, coyotes, foxes, possums, muskrats and all of the other wildlife are having a terrible time finding habitat.
I have absolutely no idea of how to properly make a reply to anyone of you individually. If this reply arrives correctly, it is only by pure coincidence and I will not be able to repeat it unless some kind soul out there remembers the days of their own struggles to become computer literate, and explains it to me in terms your basic sasquatch can understand.
|Jason Goldring||Posted on Jan 9 2012, 04:13 PM|
|Hi Joe - Welcome! Maybe you will be fortunate enough to have an experience during one of your outings!|
|Peter Smith||Posted on Jan 9 2012, 04:09 PM|
| Welcome to OWFR, Joe
Your most useful tool is top right, "My Assistant". When it opens, click on "Today's Topics". It saves looking around for what's new.
Enjoy the site, and don't hesitate to share your experiences, or comment on topics.