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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-02-2009, 12:38 PM Thread Starter
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Just added this to the homepage, you can now see how many attachments we are storing. It's listed at the bottom of the homepage in the "Router Forums Statistics" section. Not really useful information, but neat

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An average of 60 downloads for each attachment.. that's great!

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sorry Mark,

it doesnt seems to show up on my homepage or i am overlooking it.

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i found it. it was me as i suspected.

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Hi guys

The download call is not a true download ,when some looks at the picture in your post ,it's called a download..it should be marked as viewed item. see your GALLERY items for more details ..

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Hi guys

The download call is not a true download ,when some looks at the picture in your post ,it's called a download..it should be marked as viewed item. see your GALLERY items for more details ..

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When a user clicks an attachment it's considered a "Download". Which it technically is, because you are downloading it into a temporary directory on your computer

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Question See only some attachments

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Great site. Quick newbie RF question:

I see some attachments fine, e.g., Winchester's 04-29-09 post "Picket Fence, Rail Mortise, Router Template"

but don't see the mentioned pdf in Template Tom's 10-30-05 post "Introduction to the use of template guides".

I checked on both Google chrome browser & IE8 -- same problem.
I'm familiar with forums & attachments, etc., but just don't see where his pdf is attached.
Probably a case of user error.
Where's the pdf?

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I don't think this would be the cause, but you are registered with out a name, or a location. It you are planing to interact with everyone, or anyone, please add a name, and location to your profile page. It is very hard to reply with out a name. Thank you!

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Hi
Just a butt in post here's the file, it's hard one to find on the forum sometimes.
I find them the easy way by the poster the norm..

Router Forums - View Single Post - Introduction to Template Guides

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Mark,
Great site. Quick newbie RF question:

I see some attachments fine, e.g., Winchester's 04-29-09 post "Picket Fence, Rail Mortise, Router Template"

but don't see the mentioned pdf in Template Tom's 10-30-05 post "Introduction to the use of template guides".

I checked on both Google chrome browser & IE8 -- same problem.
I'm familiar with forums & attachments, etc., but just don't see where his pdf is attached.
Probably a case of user error.
Where's the pdf?

Thanks,
-W4F



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Thanks for buttin' in with the assistance, BJ

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