This isn't a major blight on anyone's existence, but it's a little glitch that can easily be avoided. Sometimes when people post pictures they do it in such a way that their text is perfectly comprehensible but suddenly seems to stop in the middle of a sentence because the next line is down at the bottom of the picture, like this. It isn't a great tragedy, but it is a little annoying when it's so easily avoided by one simple little thing. It happens because their attachment code is in the same line as the text. It's easy to fix this. Just hit the return key before and after you attach an image.
Hmmm, good idea. I'll try to remember that. That'll be the hard part! Is that a relative of yours there?
Appreciate the pointer, Steve ! I always wondered "what the heck"?
Altogether now, we will join in a chorus of "AMEN!"
Hmmmm. Thanks Steve!
I knew I did something wrong but I'm too 'puter illiterate to figger it out!
Same here Steve....thanks!
Steve, thanks for dropping the bold type. All bold is just as annoying as all caps!
Just IMHO. TH
I appreciate the bold type and wish it was the normal type for posting. Much easyer to read than this pencil thin stuff. :>)
I just look at the attachments and drop them to the next line, that keeps the print all above the photo. I have been using that "enter" key most of my adult life and did not notice the actual word "enter" on the key. (took a typing class in high school and have had used that skill ever since that class)
Notice the prominence of the stone among the others in the picture. The name is Parker. I would suspect that he was the founder of the town of Parkerfield.
Are you looking for a spot to bury that T?
I took pictures of all the rocket damage, blown up vehicles, and bullet holes that nearly killed me in AFG so as to not lose perspective on what a real problem is. Call it PTSD, but it seems a bit ineffectual and annoying that one can't just overwhelm a problem and neutralize it like you can in a theatre of war.
It's going to be hard not to start doing this now.
Steve, that really is a classic photo, right down to the beard, hat, and overalls.
I think Steve is mapping out where to be buried with his T. After all, "Ain't been in a hole yet that the T couldn't get me out of"!
Yes, I always hit "Enter" twice before and after uploading photos. While it may be a minor annoyance that some do not. Especially in the grand scheme of real troubles caused by mankind. I think Steve was put here to help educate the rest of us.
Thank you Steve!
Drive carefully, W2
The big stone is for my great grandfather, Elisha B. Parker. He fled south to Kansas in 1867 from Wisconsin. After his wife and oldest boy had pneumonia three winters in a row, the doc said if he wanted them to survive another winter he'd move south. The town, incorporated in 2004, is named for him in a roundabout way.
Bold type? I usually don't use it. I do use Times New Roman typeface, a size larger than standard issue.