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Posted 18 May 2013The one thing I have learned in 40 years of shows is there is no predicting what will sell best.
Last weekend for me it was sponge holders and mugs .
Posted 18 May 2013My 1st online was with my nieghbor with two cans and a string before the 60's.
Talk about sideways this post is on RUDE stuff you ------ s now get with the program and let it rip.
who cares when icecream came online get back to the whipping.
Posted 18 May 2013News to me was that the images were stored somewhere which I now just found ... How do you toss them in the trash?
Up in right hand corner under your name click the My settings
Now on left upper side click the manage attachments
This brings me to all my photos I have posted in threads and shows how much storage I have left If I recall 977 is max and when you get near the max you cannot post any new photos till you have deleted some.
You delete the photos from there as the pages are all listed and you check off the boxes with each photo
. I go thru and trash the ones with the least views first. I had to do that today to post the photos on the how to post photos today.
When they are deleted they also go away from the post that they are in. I spend some time thinking about how that psot may be without a photo. Its a major limitation for me on this site as I tend to have posts that require photos like how to make a display or pack a kiln or whatever.
For me the gallery photos are so much smaller in file size that 3-5 pages of post photos. I have never complained about this just accepted it as part of this sites software issues but it does put a cramp on how to old posts that no l;onger have a photo to show what the post is about.
Posted 18 May 2013I do not own either of these wheels but my opinion is clay boss is a lesser wheel than a Thomas Stuart in terms of lasting longer without issues. I know people with both wheels as well as being around them in school settings..
Glad you like your clay boss lets hope it is trouble free for years.
Posted 18 May 2013You could also fill it with the special ITC filler and wash over it . This stuff is spendy but works great.
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