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    Seiko 21 Jewel Auto from late 70's early 80's

    Have you looked at TheWatchSite.com? Its a site largely devoted to Seiko, including a section for vintage Seiko catalogs. Hope this helps.
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    Hamilton Cordless Desk Clock - Late 60s Version

    Does anybody have one of these? Anybody ever seen one of these? Are they common, rare or what? Any other Hamilton cordless desk clocks out there? Let’s see them. Post them here...
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    Hamilton Cordless Desk Clock Thread

    Does anybody have one of these? Anybody ever seen one of these? Are they common, rare or what? Any other Hamilton cordless desk clocks out there? Let’s see them. Post them here. This is a Hamilton cordless desk clock. The dial is marked Swiss below the 6. Hard to see but it is there...
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    How to Un-post A New Message

    Steve, Again many thanks. For those of us in the Ipad world, I can’t find “Done” anywhere. What I do find is the “Gear” icon immediately above my typing space. After deleting all the text I hit the gear icon and the message disappears. I tried it, problem solved. Thanks again.
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    How to Un-post A New Message

    Steve, I see that you replied while I was still tinkering. Thanks. I thought of that but had not tried it yet. I will give it a whirl. Thanks again.
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    Another “How to Un-post A New Message“ Try

    I don’t really expect anybody to reply. I am just trying to figure this out without bothering anybody. There! I just typed a new message. But then I decide that I don't want to post it. So I am going to back out via the back button. Let’s see if this message posts. Or if not, will it...
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    How to Un-post A New Message

    See, this is what I am talking about. How to get rid of an unwanted open reply window
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    How to Un-post A New Message

    Well that didn’t work. Le’ts just say that I hit the “Reply to Thread” button by accident and a new window opened. The new window had the original message ready for my reply. And let’s just say that I really don’t want to reply to the thread. I tried hitting the “back” button and was able to...
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    How to Un-post A New Message

    Let’s just say that one starts typing a new message. And then, for whatever reason, one decides that one does not want to post it. How does one undo the message so that it is not posted? This is a test to see how to do it ... or undo it.
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    Thread Views Using Ipad Safari or Firefox

    Bruce and Tom, Thank both of you for your kind attention to my problem. Bruce’s suggestion about rotating my Ipad solves this puzzler to my satisfaction. I can see the view data and that satisfies me. I don’t want to take up any more of your time. I’m good with things as they are. Thanks...
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    Thread Views Using Ipad Safari or Firefox

    Tom, Thanks for the reply. I’m not sure that I understand your question nor how to answer intelligently. If I look at Settings - General - Name I named my Ipad “Ipad Air.” I don’t know that Firefox for Ipad asks to be named. I have no clue where “Apple Mail” came from. Can you prompt me...
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    Thread Views Using Ipad Safari or Firefox

    Something else that may have a bearing. In landscape I see ads on the right side of my screen. In portrait I don’t see the ads on the right. In portrait I do see reply and view data on the right. Thanks again.
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    Thread Views Using Ipad Safari or Firefox

    Bruce, Huh, never thought of that. Good suggestion. Thanks. I always surf in the landscape mode. And the view data does not show in landscape. Replies, yes; views, no. So I flipped my Ipad to portrait and bingo. I can see view data and replies. Flip back to landscape and no view data. Only...
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    Thread Views Using Ipad Safari or Firefox

    Sorry if this has been discussed already. When I log into the forums on my Ipad using either Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox, the number of times that each thread has been viewed does not show. Number of replies, yes; views, no. Interesting that I can use the “FILTER” button and sort the...
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    Presented to Doc C. Rawley by Employees of Sayre System Group L V R R 3-12-13

    The LVRR (Lehigh Valley Railroad) built a large yard in Sayre, PA / Waverly, NY in the late 1870s. I can’t say what the function of the Sayre Systems Shops was, but it was part of the LVRR yard and served a railroad purpose. As the OP posted, the presentation is to Doc C RAWLEY, not Riley...

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