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december holidays..

Postby two_heads_talking » Thu 12.07.2006 6:33 pm

here is a link that shows just a few of the holidays celebrated during december.

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you know even in the FAQ there isn't anything showing how to linkify this .. sorry, i guess without proper training i will never figure out how to do it..

[Link fixed -Paul]
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RE: december holidays..

Postby chikara » Thu 12.07.2006 6:58 pm

Try using the url tags ;)

December Holidays

"it's not unusual for some parts of Australia to hit 100 degrees Farenheit on Christmas day."

The forecast for here today is 38 (100.4F) and tomorrow is forecast to be 39 (102.2F) and summer has just started B)
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RE: december holidays..

Postby tanuki » Thu 12.07.2006 7:23 pm

Summer hasn't even started.
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RE: december holidays..

Postby chikara » Thu 12.07.2006 7:29 pm

In this country summer "officially" starts on 1 December and ends on 28 (29) February.
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RE: december holidays..

Postby tanuki » Thu 12.07.2006 7:30 pm

Wow.
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RE: december holidays..

Postby two_heads_talking » Fri 12.08.2006 10:07 am

chikara wrote:
Try using the url tags ;)

December Holidays

"it's not unusual for some parts of Australia to hit 100 degrees Farenheit on Christmas day."

The forecast for here today is 38 (100.4F) and tomorrow is forecast to be 39 (102.2F) and summer has just started B)


i don't know what url tags are/were, but someone was kind enough to message me and show me.. interesting what a bit of show and tell will do reather than just tell..
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RE: december holidays..

Postby Kagemaru » Fri 12.08.2006 10:19 am

chikara wrote:
In this country summer "officially" starts on 1 December and ends on 28 (29) February.


*Sigh* And what a summer it is. Tits always a lovely day....

I'll sit here and grovel in the cold some more :@
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RE: december holidays..

Postby Rsquared333 » Fri 12.08.2006 10:27 am

two_heads_talking wrote:i don't know what url tags are/were, but someone was kind enough to message me and show me.. interesting what a bit of show and tell will do reather than just tell..


Here is a tutorial for you:

First, open the new reply page

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Next type the url you wish to link

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Highlight the url

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While the url is highlighted click the "url" button

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There you go!!!

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This is what it looks like in the post


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If you want to "name" the link so it says "click here" and you go to the url that is a similar but slightly different process, let me know if you would like a tut for it.
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RE: december holidays..

Postby two_heads_talking » Fri 12.08.2006 10:35 am

thanks rsquared333 for that informative tutorial. as I mentioned above, someone had pm'd me with that information as well.

(mayhaps someone should put this tutorial in the FAQ for others to use.. (hint) (hint)
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RE: december holidays..

Postby tanuki » Fri 12.08.2006 10:38 am

Kagemaru wrote:
*Sigh* And what a summer it is. Tits always a lovely day....


What did you just say?
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RE: december holidays..

Postby Rsquared333 » Fri 12.08.2006 11:15 am

chikara wrote:
"it's not unusual for some parts of Australia to hit 100 degrees Farenheit on Christmas day."

The forecast for here today is 38 (100.4F) and tomorrow is forecast to be 39 (102.2F) and summer has just started B)


I know the feeling, here in Arizona we have 110+ during most of the summer.
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RE: december holidays..

Postby Kagemaru » Fri 12.08.2006 11:39 am

tanuki wrote:
What did you just say?


You heard me :D
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RE: december holidays..

Postby L » Fri 12.08.2006 12:02 pm

"it's not unusual for some parts of Australia to hit 100 degrees Farenheit on Christmas day."

I will be dreaming of a white Christmas...
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RE: december holidays..

Postby keatonatron » Fri 12.08.2006 12:42 pm

I can't imagine living for a long period of time in Australia or another southern-hemisphere country where the seasons are exactly opposite what I've experienced my whole life.

Hot in December and cold in July? It blows my mind :o
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RE: december holidays..

Postby Rsquared333 » Fri 12.08.2006 12:57 pm

keatonatron wrote:
I can't imagine living for a long period of time in Australia or another southern-hemisphere country where the seasons are exactly opposite what I've experienced my whole life.

Hot in December and cold in July? It blows my mind :o


LOL I agree, it would take a while to get used to that, and on top of that your toilet would flush the opposite direction!!! LOL :D
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