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Jimmy starts with ...
Check out my fruit tree page.
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13th July 2009 3:45pm
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Correy says...
Very Cool Jimmy.

Thanks for taking the time to upload all those pictures they are great.

What is your first impressions on creating your orchard at My Edibles?
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Correy
Brisbane
13th July 2009 3:56pm
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Correy says...
I also have a page where you can search for recent updates about the fruit trees you are interested in

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/my/myedibles/

Eg: Nectarine:

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/my/myedibles/fruit/nectarine/

I haven't got the ability to narrow down to states yet but it's coming soon :)
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Correy
Woolloongabba
13th July 2009 4:13pm
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Anonymous says...
Nice idea Corey - i think this would be great on a suburb basis, but i have real concerns about privacy issues here. One can browse their suburb and pinpoint the exact address where fruit trees have been sold.

I notice all the fruit tree i have purchased in the past are linked to my home address and displayed on google maps- without my consent.

Maybe this data should only be displayed if your customers give consent? How can someone remove data from displaying on your google maps page?
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Jimmy says...
can we get a return to Daleys home page button on the edibles page?

PS I used a false address for the reason above, ie its close to home but not exact !
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13th July 2009 5:39pm
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Correy says...
Hi Anonymous.... I will randomise the map positioning of these details to within 1km so that you can't pinpoint the address.

I haven't made it public or added links except through this forum so far to get exactly the feedback you guys are giving me.

Jimmy:
Yep I will add that link for you.

Once I have the randomised address details on the maps would you be willing to put in a real address?
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Correy
Woolloongabba
14th July 2009 9:49am
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Correy says...
Update: I have broken the map feature while adding the privacy feature but hopefully will have it up and working again by tomorrow afternoon (wed 15th)
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Correy
Woolloongabba QLD
14th July 2009 4:41pm
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Ellen says...
woww, Correy,


everything you have are either Dwarf's or grafted, and all in pots. Amazing
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Ellen
Smithfield
15th July 2009 10:46am
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Kath says...
I thoroughly enjoyed setting up my orchard on My Edibles page. I think I got a little carried away and I have only just begun......
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Kath
Cawongla
15th July 2009 1:50pm
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HappyEarth says...
Hey Kath,

YOur green sapote looks good! Have you had any fruit off it yet? How quick does it grow for you up there?

Rich
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HappyEarth
Wollongong
15th July 2009 4:28pm
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Correy says...
Woh that is a huge list of plants your growing. I can't wait to see some pictures Rich :)

I like how you filled out a lot of the other info too like Height, water given and pruning and edible status.

Was there a reason why you didn't fill out the fruiting months on them all?

Just this info would be great for people to be able to use to search in the future so maybe I am not promoting it enough?
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
15th July 2009 7:26pm
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HappyEarth says...
Hi Correy,

Pictures to come soon. Most of my fruit trees are less than two years old and haven't fruited yet - i'll update their fruiting months once when they start to bear fruit.

This will be a great resource in the future!

Rich
www.happyearth.com.au
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Wollongong
15th July 2009 10:29pm
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Jason says...
Ive started to upload some pictues. I need to check the label on my apricot but its bucketing down rain outside.

Perhaps tomorrow
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Jason1
Perth
16th July 2009 12:27am
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Ellen says...
Jason


Your lemonade and seem like a Dwarf peach or nectarine tree or of some sort, you have planted them so close, is that sufficient space between them ?
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HappyEarth says...
Hey Correy,

Maybe a slight bug on the my edibles page. I can upload pictures to this forum such as this one but Im unable to add pictures to my edibles page. When I go to add a picture I get a pop up message saying 'click browse to add another picture' but no picture was actually added.

Rich
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HappyEarth
Wollongong
16th July 2009 8:03am
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Jason says...
Those two are in pots, so in that photo where close yes. Ill need to take some new photos in spring becuase the dwarf nectarine is now in the ground.
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Perth
16th July 2009 9:39am
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Correy says...
Privacy has now been added to the myedible maps. ( was more difficult then I first thought but done now )

If you go to your my edibles page (the one that the public can see eg: Correys My Edible Page you will notice that your location has been purposely thrown out by a km or so.

This way people really only know which suburb you are from rather then your exact address which I hope allows anonymous people to feel safe about contributing to their my edibles page without feeling that people know exactly where they live.

The reason for the map I feel is that growing fruit trees is very location specific. What fruits well in Woolloongabba for me may not fruit well 50km away in ipswich for example.

So when you use the map if you can see that someone near you is having luck with a certain fruit and you can look at how they look after it with fertiliser, sun position and pruning and what time of the year they are getting fruit off it then you can use this information to either 1 get yourself a similar tree or if you have a similar variety see what you are doing wrong.

Can I get some feedback off you guys on privacy after this recent update?
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
16th July 2009 12:50pm
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Correy says...
HappyEarth:
They don't actually start uploading until you press save. Good point though I should perhaps have the name or something appear below or maybe in that popup say that it will upload in the background for you.

Jason:
Very cool pictures thanks for uploading them. I can't wait to see some tips on how you look after them.
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Correy
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Correy says...
Jimmy:
I added your home page button on the right:
http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/my/4232/

Recent Updates:
Privacy: Everyones point on the map is now shifted by about a km. ( Waiting on feedback from you guys)

Latest Updates - The Myedibles Updates page now only displays one plant per orchard on the home page:

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/my/myedibles/

Layout: - I have tried my best to take advantage of peoples large screen sizes. So if you look at my page:

http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/my/1441/

Because I have a wide screen I can see 4 plants in one row but people with smaller screens might only see about 2 plants.

====================
Working on next:
- Fixing up the error in internet explorer under person information
http://www.daleysfruit.com.au/my/
The browse button to upload a general picture of yourself doesn't appear.

- Modifying the alert after you add an image that it will upload in the background (Happy Earth)

- Modifying the way the forum sends out email updates. So if you have commented on lots of topics you will only get 1 email rather then 1 for each forum topic you have commented in.

- Contacting more people to ask them to become part of My Edibles
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
16th July 2009 4:31pm
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Jason says...
Privacy: I did this anyway out of common sense. Hopefully it wont adjust 1km back in the right direction :)

Layout, Vast improvement, a lot better for widescreen.

I would agree with the image name being added somewhere after you browse. First time I uploaded the same image twice not realising that they accumulate.
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Jason1
Perth
16th July 2009 8:10pm
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amanda says...
Too bad if u are the only property within 1km??? why does there need to be an address at all - why not just suburb?
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amanda19
geraldton.WA
16th July 2009 9:48pm
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Correy says...
Hi Amanda:

You don't technically have to put in an exact address but the map experience is not going to be anywhere near as useful or exciting if everyone just gave suburbs.

Otherwise there would be hundreds of orchards right in the center of town.

You can of course put in a fake address. But hopefully not too far away because the people who gain the most from your experience are those nearest you.

Likewise if someone near you puts in their correct address then you will be able to gain a lot more by knowing that their rainfall/frosts/sun etc are all similar to your own and then you can both benefit from each others fruiting endeavours while still remaining anonymous.

In your specific scenario of the only property within 1km then you might like to choose another address close by.
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
16th July 2009 10:11pm
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amanda says...
Thanks Correy... I am semi-rural small town so scenario is unlikely for me - but most suburbs are pretty much the same (climate etc) at the end of the day?
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amanda19
geraldton.WA
16th July 2009 10:16pm
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amanda says...
Correy - see above 2. I really don't think a specific address is necessary. For eg: if u live in Mandurah, WA - then that is all that is needed? Perhaps if individuals who want to get in touch for a street address can do so themselves?

I am very keen to post my edibles - but not if I have to post a street address (or that of my neighbours - who I know within a km radius)
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Geraldton.WA
17th July 2009 1:30am
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Correy says...
Hi Amanda.

Privacy options are totally up to you.

Please feel free to put any address you like in geraldton or even a nearby suburb. Your displayname can be anything you choose as well so you can be as anonymous as you like.

You will need to use the same email address as you do on the forum so that your My Edibles comes up under your "About the author" on the forum.

I would love to see your orchard. As you have given some great advise on the forum to date.
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
17th July 2009 7:14am
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HappyEarth says...
Hi Correy,

I would have to agree with Amanda by doing the addressing based just on suburb level. Even in heavily populated areas where their maybe lots of orhards, I dont think it matters if you have to group them all together e.g there are 270 fruit trees growing in Brisbane CBD - from our perspective we just want to know what other people have and havent grown succesfully in the same climate. Suburbs in nearly all cases would have very similar climates.

Keep up the great work though - this is going to be a fantastic resource.

Rich
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HappyEarth
Wollongong
17th July 2009 8:22am
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HappyEarth says...
Hey Correry,

Suggetsion for you: Maybe include a climate section in each person profile that lists things like type of climate, frost, rainfall, min/max/ave temperature etc.

Hope this helps,

Rich
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HappyEarth
Wollongong
17th July 2009 9:37am
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Correy says...
Hi HappyEarth.

I am trying to get this information under personal information in the section:
About your Orchard
You will notice that if you click in this box it prompts you to write about:

- A bit about yourself.
- Soil type
- Annual rainfall
- Aspect of your orchard
- Your biggest challenge
- Your rewards
- Websites Use the link button
- Books and periodicals.

Your orchard is truly amazing. I am surprised that you can grow guavas without pest control.
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
17th July 2009 10:51am
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Correy says...
Amanda + HappyEarth.

Privacy: I have changed it so you can now enter only a suburb.

If you don't enter anything in the address field it will say:

.... Just One More Thing
- Enter your Full Street Address, only your Suburb is displayed publicly and the position on the map is randomly moved by 1km to add privacy. If you are still concerned just enter your suburb.

The privacy now reads:
Personal Details & Privacy
- Only your displayName and Suburb are shown publicly.
- Your orchard will be plotted randomly about 1km from your house to ensure privacy.

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Using google maps is amazing to search peoples orchards nearby. If I can get some accurate information I believe this tool will be great and fun.

I put many hours into that map hey :)
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
17th July 2009 11:28am
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Lisa says...
Hi Correy,

Great job with the My Edibles pages! I didn't realise just how many different fruit trees and plants I had till I started listing them all. I still need to get some pictures uploaded and add a few more to the list.

Thanks again, Lisa
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Lisa
Blue Mountains NSW
18th July 2009 8:44am
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paula-f says...
Great job Correy.....
I am really enjoying looking at what other people grow in their backyards. I'm the same as Lisa, and didn't realise how many fruit trees I have, until I actually wrote them all down. Have only listed 3 at the moment until I take some decent photos.
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paulaf1
SE Queensland
18th July 2009 9:22am
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Jason says...
I too think this is a great idea. Even from the point of view of somewhere to show off all my trees to friends with a simple URL.

Well done.
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Jason1
Perth
18th July 2009 9:38am
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Jantina says...
Correy, this is such a great idea. Since quite a few unusual plants are hard to source I wonder if it would be useful to add where each plant was obtained?
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Jantina
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18th July 2009 10:03am
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Jason says...
I agree, Cost and Place of purchase might be helpful. Along with age when starting to fruit to give an indication for new buyers.

I'll be adding some notes when I have time today
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Perth
18th July 2009 10:17am
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paula-f says...
I forgot to add a question in my post. How do you go about adding "View all Paulas Edible Fruit Trees" to each of my posts and also add the picture.
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SE Queensland
18th July 2009 10:17am
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Jason says...
The picture is on your Edit page up top next to the Map.

To get it to appear on all your posts I think its just a matter of having the same name to login on both sites
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Perth
18th July 2009 11:06am
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HappyEarth says...
Hey Correy,

Another question ... where do you reply to peoples question on their edibles page. You might need to add a comment section for each tree??

Rich
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HappyEarth
Wollongong
19th July 2009 4:30pm
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amanda says...
Ok - it's taken me hours to do my page!!! I will do rest of photos etc in spring when the trees look more interesting...hope this works...
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19th July 2009 6:16pm
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Jason says...
Wow thats a lot of trees. Well done.

Two questions. Was that only 1 apple tree I saw, and also the fruit on the West Indian looks very yellow. Is that correct?

I have a West Indian which is yet to fruit.
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19th July 2009 6:29pm
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amanda says...
Hi Jason - there are two apple trees one photo. The limes are very ripe! I should pick them as I noticed my very first fruit flys 2day.. grrr...

This tree is now 3yrs old - I pulled all the flowers off last year. It's just started a flush of flowers this last cupla weeks (bit warmer here tho') so yours shouldn't be far away?
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19th July 2009 6:40pm
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Paula-f says...
Thanks for that Jason....will try again.
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paulaf1
SE Queensland
19th July 2009 7:32pm
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Correy says...
Hi There,

The comments have been added. I have also got Freight Discounts & Competitions happening to encourage people to become part of My Edibles.

If you can tell your friends that would be great.
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Correy
Woolloongabba, QLD
4th August 2009 11:54am
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Correy says...
Jimmy:

Trying to send you a $15 voucher for My Edibles but I don't have your email address.

Did you want to email me at:

webmaster at daleysfruit.com.au

( replace at with @ )
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Correy
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17th August 2009 3:24pm
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Violet Cactus says...
What happens if we forget our password?
I've forgotten mine and I am scared that if my browser loses it from its memory I'll never be able to log in again.
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VioletCactus1
Melbourne
11th December 2009 10:13pm
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Ellen says...
hahahahah I am in the same shoes Violet

but I am worst off than ya, b/c my cache have been cleaned out by the system, now I can't even go into it at all for update.
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Ellen
Fairfield
12th December 2009 9:21am
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Wayne says...
I can't work out how to post a pic in mine yet -sob!
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Wayne
Mackay
12th December 2009 12:37pm
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Violet_Cactus says...
Correy, what happens if we lose our My Edibles password?

Please reply! HEEEEELP!!!!
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VioletCactus1
Melbourne
28th December 2009 2:35pm
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Mags&amp;gaz says...
It would be good if we could rearrange the trees in 'My edibles'. we may want to group similar varieties near each other eg an apple next to the other apple etc.
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magsgaz1
Wooloowin
21st March 2010 7:50pm
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Phil@Tyalgum says...
Another issue - I can't see how to load the "General Pic" so that it comes up on the right hand side of each post. It's in my profile but doesn't appear in the forum posts. Any of you guys able to guide me through it?
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phil@tyalgum
Murwillumbah
21st March 2010 8:18pm
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John Mc says...
Hi Phil,
This is a test. I might be on to something.
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John Mc
 
21st March 2010 11:04pm
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John Mc says...
No. Try again
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21st March 2010 11:10pm
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John Mc says...
No. I'm trying to get back to my original user ID.
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21st March 2010 11:12pm
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John Mc says...
OK This post should be from my original user ID. Fingers crossed.
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John Mc
 
21st March 2010 11:15pm
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John Mc says...
Yep, there it is.
Phil you must have two user IDs somehow? Have you used another email addy or something logging in?
Somehow, this forum lets you log on with the same username but with different user IDs. Dont know how that could happen.
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21st March 2010 11:19pm
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Speedy says...
How do I sign in so my edible comes up on the right of my posts?
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4th April 2010 2:07am
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi Speedy,
When you " REPLY to this forum"
you enter your ^Email, display Name and Location. The rest is just a normal post. It means you have logged on so your edible comes up on the right of your posts.
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JUJUBE FOR SALE
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4th April 2010 6:47am
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Speedy says...
Ok I'll try that then.
It worked, I cant work out how i didn't know that before . LOL
I'm glad better with plants than with computers.
It shows location as Australia.
not specific enough for folks to get an idea of the climate I live in.
I'll try changing it in my profile I guess?

Ah , all sorted now. :-)
Thanks JFSIM
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