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  1. Cool to see a chat macro ability, although more than 2 canned message choices would be nice. Always missed the feature from RB3D.
  2. What a pleasant surprise and exciting narrative. Nice work! S!
  3. I don't get it, if you go to the extreme of either end, i.e. fully black or fully white, the chart indicates that you'll have no gloss and no reflectivity either way. Can that be true?
  4. the "shanty Irish" were the poor, who were presumed to live in shanties, or roughly-built cabins. The "lace curtain Irish" were those who were well off. Who knew?
  5. Amazing the difference between areas. The thing is if you're in an area like Vonrd's, you can relocate to an area like ours and be WAY ahead. The reverse is impossible. So if wages allow in those expensive areas, eventually you're better off, just when you need to be. @Klaiber, you really do absolutely live in that lanai and pool area. The entire lanai and pool deck will be screen enclosed....they all are here. No insects or debris falling into the pool!
  6. Thought I could attach our latest (and hopefully final) floor plan. This has to be approved by the county and the HOA. This takes up to 3 months
  7. At one time I was hoping for a separate office area (i.e. "man cave"?) but honestly the extra cost for a plan like that was just too much for us both in terms of money and in terms of space on our lot. So we're going with a standard 3 bedroom 2 bath, nothing extra, of somewhat over 1,700 sq ft. (living space) that also includes the important stuff (lanai and pool!) and forget the extra room. I'll use one of the guest bedrooms for that instead, and what we'll end up with is the "master suite" and one of the guest bedrooms will open onto the pool / lanai area, and hope we don't have need for m
  8. As far as being "moved", welI, we're down here, we have Florida driver's licenses, car license plate, and we're voting as Florida residents!! However, our "residence" is my sister's address, and we travel back-and-forth between there in Sarasota and Englewood to spend most of our time taking care of our 91/92 year-old parents (my in-laws). Teresa cooks and I do the dishes and try to keep things clean and organized Mom-in-law just got back from a month's worth of hospital/rehab facility stay. As far as our own permanent home, we have a lot in a great residential area already
  9. Good fix, it does sound like your problem was caused by factors different than the old garden-variety Windows Update thing. With regard to keeping track of the files, you keep them all in the same folder as the config file, and you'll see them all together when you list files by file type (extension). If you follow the naming convention I described above, you can tell exactly how the controllers are configured in each file just by the name of the file. Of course the fewer controllers you have, the easier it works. I used it quite easily with 3 separate controllers, but it probably wo
  10. There was a thread on this somewhere a long time ago; Me, Emerlist DavJack and possibly others were involved as I recall. There is no simple easy fix (re: software) that worked for everybody all of the time. However, you could edit your controls file as needed each time it changes, and the fastest way was to figure out which controls had changed to what in terms of ID numbers, and then adjust them using a text editor such as Notepad. In other words if originally your joystick was "joy1", your throttle was "joy2" and your pedals were "joy3", and then it changed such that your joystick wa
  11. Seems like being wheels up in a tank might not be that great of an idea.
  12. All my best wishes to you both, old friend!!! May all the times ahead be great ones! It makes me very happy to know you're doing so well. S!!
  13. I told 'em you were the best in WWII I've ever seen. Don't see anything here that contradicts that! Sweet moves and awesome shooting. S!
  14. Well now, that would never have happened. The question is, what did you all do with your TrackIR's?
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