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    Yew fell oars may ache me chuck hell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kernowek Scouser View Post
    Yew fell oars may ache me chuck hell
    It sway U tell hem.
    Loud words. Spoken softly. Leave no Trace!

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    It sir cur rack her

    Fur ankh ka arse on

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    Yew guise!!!
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    there's an add on for firefox that i use called Lazarus Form recovery but it can be installed into Google Chrome and Safari web browsers,it will basically save any text you type in on a forum to their server and when its installed all you have to do is right click on the text box in a thread and anything you have typed into that forum will be available,its password protected too here's the link to the download page
    no more lost posts

    peace ken

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    To Kerno:

    Sorry think you'll have to start again

    To Martin:

    That was great, would you mind if I copied that to put on the wall in my classroom. The kids rely to heavily on spell check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GwersyllaCnau View Post

    To Martin:

    That was great, would you mind if I copied that to put on the wall in my classroom. The kids rely to heavily on spell check.
    Fill your boots mate. I use it at work with people who don't believe good spelling is important.

    Martin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Fill your boots mate. I use it at work with people who don't believe good spelling is important.

    Martin
    Thanks..... Think your colleagues must have been in my class at some point then.

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    Cheers for the link Ken

    I've rewritten my first impressions (and saved them in a doc) and I'm going to go out and do a second, more thorough, field test either tomorrow or Tuesday, write that up and hopefully include some pictures.

    I am sure you are all awash with anticipation
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kernowek Scouser View Post
    Cheers for the link Ken

    I've rewritten my first impressions (and saved them in a doc) and I'm going to go out and do a second, more thorough, field test either tomorrow or Tuesday, write that up and hopefully include some pictures.

    I am sure you are all awash with anticipation
    NP ks,its well worth a download,i can recall anything ive posted on this forum by just right clicking in the reply box below,its really good

    ken

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