Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine altars, O Lord of hosts, my King, and my God.
Sigh, Christopher doesn't love me.
It's more that this isn't my blog, and this isn't your blog. A servant of authority am I.Lovely weather we're having, though... the clouds look like fjordlands!
A tip for when you overcome your reluctance for tinkering with your template:Get in the habit (as in OCD) of saving a copy of it as it exists just before making the desired changes. Use Save As... and add to the filename of the date you are saving it (I use the format YYMMDD to keep it short) so that you'll know which copy is the last one you were using.Then just change away. You can then always get back to where you started if the results aren't satisfactory.You will also have two files which can be opened simultaneously on your desktop to do a line by line comparison to see what didn't work the way you expected it to, if something is wonky in the new version.There are very good reasons why I use this method when making file changes.Pax et bonum,Keith Töpfer
thank you guys.
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