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  1. Recently my iphone has been saving my photos in the heic format. This file is not accepted here. I recently had an update and it changed my settings. I finally found the setting and changed it back to jpeg. It took a while. I was sending pictures to myself and saving them as jpeg so I could use them on this site. I don't know how which file is best both look good to me. If you try to explain it to me............ keep it simple
  2. I try to use Sketchup for designing my flat work; I know it's often faster to use paper and pencil. But, what I like about Sketchup is the ability to create a cutlist from the "Cutlist" extension. That way I can get a more accurate idea of the amount of materials necessary for the project, but the last couple of projects designs left me scratching my head as to why the cutlist didn't show what I thought the correct layout should be. A few of our oldest deck pieces had finally given up the ghost. Using their design, this is a leg I needed to create new tables that looked like the ol
  3. 40 years ago I made a grandfather clock from a kit from emperor clock. I had few tools and no way to cut miter angles. I got it together and it has worked fine for nearly 40 years. I ordered a new mechanism to replace the old one. Today I installed, or I should say we did. I have large clumsy bent hands/fingers and she has tiny hands/fingers. All went exceptionally well and I told her she was no longer needed. Then the center chain came off its sprocket just as I put it in place. If you know much about these clocks, the hardest thing to do is get into a tiny area and remove a jammed chain. Af
  4. Good Evening Friends, Since I have been a woodworker for soon to be 69 years and now the quiz writer of these forums I feel that I have earned the right to be called something other than just a member. I know I haven't been on here as long as some of you but, I would appreciate a little more than just a member. Thank you all.
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