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I am involved with the production and printing of a small scale newsletter, and I submit finished versions as PDF, but we are almost always only producing stuff in greyscale. We sometimes have colour material (as covers or centre page sections), and printing colour can be fraught with difficulties. ...
- 08 Nov 2019 15:23
- Forum: General Usage
- Topic: Is there a recommendable layperson's guide to copyright, privacy, etc?
- Replies: 5
- Views: 777
The current November 2019 edition of Who Do You think You Are magazine has an article "Copyrights and Wrongs" which covers a range of related isssues.
- 14 Oct 2018 13:21
- Forum: Research
- Topic: 1939 Register - Handwriting Help Please
- Replies: 8
- Views: 2394
Looks like Dennis Harrison to me. On the preceding page there's a Patrick, and the P formation is not like this example. And on the same page someone is listed as a Dairy farmer, and the letter formation looks very similar.
I don't know about others, but my experience of this so far is that it's a bit flaky. Using it once seems fine, and the wee box that has your clippings in, is bottom right of my main screen (2 monitor set up). Using it again seems to activate the box and it follows my cursor around, or randomly pops...
You guys are just awesome. Totally uber-awesome (as my neice says). Following all this I now have a screen populated with names and ID numbers, and a great insight as to how this all works for future modifications. All I need now is a bigger monitor to see all the glory in one go! Thanks to you all....
Apologies if there's an easy answer to this somewhere which I haven't found. I have customised the individual records window (amongst other things) with a column to show the Father of an individual person. No problem with that. But I have a lot of fathers with the same given name and family name, so...
For me one of the joys of family history is following up some of those really unrelated people you come across and seeing where life takes you or them! Often following those peripheral folk has resulted in my wife and I visiting delightful churches and cathedrals in towns and villages we would other...
Although it probably doesn't apply in this case I have a situation of two people marrying twice, and I found out it's actually a common feature in certain circumstances. In my situation (the mid 1870s) the two were married first in their local church. The groom was in the Royal Artillery, and regula...