Tim Hill <tim(a)timil.com> wrote:
In article <b31936b351.kbarter(a)orpheusnet.co.uk>, Erving
> From: Brian Bailey <bbailey(a)argonet.co.uk> Date: 12 Mar 2011
> > In article <mpro.lhxxmn00000y307vp.news(a)pittdj.co.uk>, David Pitt
> > <news(a)pittdj.co.uk> wrote:
> > >
> > > Like this??
> > > http://www.a4com.de/riscos/46auto/Medium/P9271641.JIG
>I wonder how this got changed? It took me ages to spot why
>this link did not work, so easy to see what you expect, not
>what is actually there!
I know exactly how. JPG is not in Brian Bailey's Pluto spell check dict.
Perhaps next time he needs to add JPG to his dictionary instead of just
hitting return and taking whatever alteration the program suggests!
Mangled URLs are not uncommon. Going back to the Original posting often
Yes I did that, it was after that that it took me so long to spot why
one worked and the other didn't, as I just read JIG as JPG .
I even dropped the two lines into Piperdream (in cells A1 and A2)
and asked if they matched, which it said they did. I later found I had
asked it to compare C1 and C2. I even did a hex dump of the strings in
case there was some hidden difference, while I was checking this my friend
looking over my shoulder spotted it almost at once (she started from the