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  1. French may be his native tongue.... Just saying, Mim P.S. teh I've seen a lot.
  2. Test the config before exiting. This will save your changes.
  3. FYI Snapmaker 2.0 on Kickstarter... Special price ? Anyway...
  4. You know it made me want to check this out. What is it?
  5. Your local IP looks weird. Mine is set to my local machine. IP address is registered by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) as a part of private network IP addresses in the private space are not assigned to any specific organization, including your ISP (Internet Service Provider), and anybody may use these IP addresses without the consent of a regional Internet registry as described in RFC 1918, unlike public IP addresses. However, IP packets addressed from a private range cannot be send through the public Internet, and so if such a private network needs to connect to the Internet, it has to be done through a network address translator (also called NAT) gateway, or a proxy server. An example of a NAT gateway would be a wired or wireless router you receive from a broadband provider. The fixed IP address of such a device in network range would generally be or depending on the provider. A gateway webinterface should be available through the HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) and/or HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) protocols. To try this you should enter 'http://ip address' or 'https://ip address' in the address bar of your favorite web browser like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox and log in with the username and password provided by your provider. You can use these types of (private network) IP addresses in your local network and assign it to your devices such as a personal computer, laptop, tablet and/or smartphone. It is also possible to configure a range within a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server to do the IP assigning automatically. May be your issue
  6. This is the printer I wanted...but wife said I had to sell my bike. 94 FLSTC. Nope! Still less than the Prusa i3 MK3S,
  7. I just got an Creality Ender 3 3D Printer from eBay... Have not opened it yet as I need to clean my work bench. From what I have seen it is cheaper to upgrade the 3 with the addons you want rather than spend the extra cash for the Creality Ender 3 3D Pro Printer . Look for someone who will accept make an offer, check for the lowest price you can find and bit a tad under that. Pretty cool that I can CnC as well as laser engrave. P.S. Pull the trigger fast... it seems prices will be going up soonish with the new trade talks coming to a close.. +25% passed to you. Oh...I got mine for < 180.00 with shipping.
  8. I spit my coffee this am...hope you do the same.
  9. LMFAO..... Slowly I turned....Step by step... You had to mention Niagara I mean Agrippa!
  10. I remember the original Call Forward quest line (EA version) was a PIB. Took me forever.
  11. Here is an idea: I used to play Pirates of the burning seas... They allowed some game mods in the way of sails. The tools were not suggested but once a sail was submitted they were checked for adherence to the specs. If so the sail would become available either public or private. So my idea is create an area (invite only after request) that describes the format of the missions. If the mission is accepted, the mission can be cut and pasted into the game tools. If the user passes muster he/she could then be given access to the tools themselves? What you think boss? Mim P.S. We already allow logos
  12. I remember that site... But great find. When I finish the new player guide I will definitely include this post (with credit). Thanks, Mim
  13. Hey...I was trying to be supportive. It seems that you guys are getting the brunt of the whines...Take it from me, the King O whiners, that was misdirected whines. Mostly not whining this time, Mim
  14. Easier to pick a fight with those that are close.
  15. Wow... I for one am not rich. I do know that trying to keep a POS computer alive and kicking after MS has abandoned the OS is a loosing proposition. Yes I have kept a few favorites alive by switching to Linux but it is just not the same (some have said better I happen to disagree). So what are your choices? Build one yourself or buy a new one. I can't get into the build a piece at a time as budget allows. SO I look for a more affordable option. Ebay, Amazon, HP, Dell all offer open box or returns. Most offer factory re-pops and an affordable price. Latest Woot.com deals: https://computers.woot.com/plus/gifts-for-gamers-6?ref=w_cnt_wp_3 Arguing with our devs to keep supporting an OS that has been discontinued is a loosing battle IMHO. I quit Windows 7, went to 10 but found that although my box would run it, it would crash and burn for mysterious reasons. Swapped out drive, swapped out graphics card. When it got to the need to swap out RAM and CPU it was much cheaper for me to just bite the bullet and get a new box. Anyone follow Star Citizen? I do, originally it ran on my Windows 10 Dell XPS. As the game developed the hardware requirements increased. Keep up or don't play. Do I curse the Devs? Pretty soon IMO that will be the game to watch for space games. Just ranting, Mim P.S. Mouli...I'll contact you when I finish getting me screen grabs of the registration and install process.
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