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Old 04-11-2013, 05:14 PM   #431
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Hey it worked!
So do you have to actively type out that entire duo sequence in the brackets or is there a short cut method somewhere in the keys?
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I guess you missed that lesson on the other thread!

Gotta got to love it.
I did..Was there really a lesson somewhere like that?
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So do you have to actively type out that entire duo sequence in the brackets or is there a short cut method somewhere in the keys?
I'm not sure what you mean by duo sequence, but you do have to put an s in brackets at the beginning of whatever you want to strike through and a /s in brackets at the end. There's no button where you can just highlight text and then click a button like you can do with bold, italics and underline.
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Neo-tropicals are back in force! Today I saw cerulean, Tennessee, yellow-rumped, and yellow warblers. I also saw a wood thrush and possibly heard a black throated green warbler. There were birds calling like crazy this morning!
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Neo-tropicals are back in force! Today I saw cerulean, Tennessee, yellow-rumped, and yellow warblers. I also saw a wood thrush and possibly heard a black throated green warbler. There were birds calling like crazy this morning!
I wish I knew as much about birds as you do. Maybe with time...and with improvements to my habitat I'll be attracting more birds whose names I will learn.

I love that it sounds like spring with all of the various birds I'm hearing here too.
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My woods are alive with bird song, but my brain can't seem to learn to identify birds by their songs, even the common ones. Still, there are ones I haven't been hearing for a long time, so I suspect I have migrants coming through to. Time to get out the binocs! Now, if my pine siskins would only leave...
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Old 04-11-2013, 10:35 PM   #439
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Thanks Newisc, No shortcuts...
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I love that it sounds like spring with all of the various birds I'm hearing here too.
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We're sitting here enjoying a pure white out. ------Horizontal------ very forceful, windy, sleet filled blizzard! 4-8 inches of lovely fresh snowfall expected. 3 inches and counting.
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recurve - I have to start being more observant. Last year I did see a yellow-rumped warbler. You are northeast of me, near Columbus where my daughter lives right? We should be seeing the warblers now. I think you've got us all looking for our binoculars!
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