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Interesting Tom. I now see the 'like' once someone has 'liked' it. Now looking to the exact position of this on other 'non liked' post in this section (only applies to t he General & technical section).

But on other posts I cannot find the heart in a blue circle. I have quite a wide laptop and wonder if it is set too far across the page that it doesn't show on the forum, not only for me but also others. Might be more visible if it was to sit next to the 'Quote' button?

I run a website and forum and find this so frustrating as it is key to this forum.

Best wishes and thanks,

Mike

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Lebro said:

Well I can't see it !   (windows 7)

Bob.

Exactly Lebro, and I can't even like your post on this!

it only appears for me once a post is liked

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Tom

I've started another thread on this 'Like' button so not to detract from this one.

Mike

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27 minutes ago, MikeThomas said:

Exactly Lebro, and I can't even like your post on this!

it only appears for me once a post is liked

SAME HERE on Mac

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15 hours ago, boxofbits said:

Thanks Tom..I must use my eyes more in future !

Kevin

But....Now I’m back on my iPhone or iPad there is definitely NO like button, so doesn’t work on the Safari browser either!

Kevin

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47 minutes ago, Z320 said:

are you signed in?

Yes Z320, important to be signed in, just to let you know I've started a new thread and it would be really helpful if we could get your input there, enough of us posting might get the Register to do something about it, I've been try since 3rd October but getting nowhere.

Best wishes,

Mike

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1 hour ago, boxofbits said:

But....Now I’m back on my iPhone or iPad there is definitely NO like button, so doesn’t work on the Safari browser either!

Kevin

Thanks Kevin for your update, just to let you know I've started a new thread and it would be really helpful if we could get your input there, enough of us posting might get the Register to do something about it, I've been try since 3rd October but getting nowhere.

 

 

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2 hours ago, roy53 said:

SAME HERE on Mac

Roy, new thread here, your input would be appreciated to get something done.

 

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The Frog at Skirmet. Beautiful sunny Autumn Drive, lots and lots of Red Kites from Hayes Middlesex to Skirmet, Buckinghamshire. Nice Rhubarb Gin and Fever Tree Tonic and a Palmers Copper Pale Ale plus a free Marlow Brewery Beer Glass because the pub has new glasses? Brie and Advocado Chiabatta and a Sausage and onion Bagette.

Across the Thames via the beautiful Marlow Bridge and home in time for the Budget. Our MP got a roasting and the Michael taken.....!!!

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100 odd miles with the windscreen fitted on M25 and M3 - mistake.  I had forgotten the air turbulence that the screen causes at motorway speeds - jolly nice on a country road and all that.  At least with aeroscreens the wind goes past you rather than buffeting.  It was all done for comfort as the weather forecast threatened rain, which it did, but not enough to have made aeroscreen driving unpleasant.

Peter W

 

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Work . . . again.

The '2 has pretty much been my daily driver since May.

Getting a bit cold on the way in and back home again now though.

Had to put the hood up yesterday - early morning rain!

Roger

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1 hour ago, Pogo said:

Work . . . again.

The '2 has pretty much been my daily driver since May.

Getting a bit cold on the way in and back home again now though.

Had to put the hood up yesterday - early morning rain!

Roger

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Excellent.

You need TVG half height sidescreens - just cut the tops off some knackered ones....John Davis perfected them with a specially made half tonneau in the 1980's . 

Peter W

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Out on a 2 days tour at the Black Forest we have snow here again...

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Great landscape. Enjoy the snow at least you will not be overheating.

good luck 

Richard & B

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Took a trip out to a Donkey sanctuary near Buxton that was having an open day. 

Great run out in the Derbyshire Hills and Back via Buxton and A54 a road with the specs anti speeding system on and a 50 limit ah well :rolleyes:

 

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Looks like a good run out, Hamish.  I'm glad that donkey on your TR got to go to the sanctuary - look at his (her?) poor ear!!!

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Hi Tim ~

How come you knew Alun Guest Rowlands? He was one of my best Firemen ~ very sadly missed.

Regards ~

Tom.

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22 minutes ago, TorontoTim said:

Looks like a good run out, Hamish.  I'm glad that donkey on your TR got to go to the sanctuary - look at his (her?) poor ear!!!

It was either that coming home with us or a real one !! my wife is a donkey fan and the floppy eared toy was the easier option. We have our hands full with special needs dogs. !!

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Having thought about selling the TR we have changed our minds and just completed a wonderful 400 mile run through the Northumberland back roads.Will also rejoin the register if it has lapsed.Pics of Ross castle road near Chillingham and 9 mile forest drive to Kielder Castle....this is as it says on the tin a forest road ie on the loose stuff but in good nick.Also had an Italia on the run and met up with a Peerless owner in Alnwick.

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Great scenery & by the look of it a great TR road

Bob.

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Stopped for my usual 'blowout' breakfast at my favourite cafe (Tolworth, Surrey) before visiting Cox & Buckes in Kingston for a natter and to sort out VUX's leaking exhaust in preparation for our 3 week touring holiday in Europe in a few weeks.

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Cheers, Andrew

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