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how to send a JPG file?
Sunday, August 4, 2019 11:27:09 AM
I just found this and wanted to share because I was looking for this since yesterday:
If you want to embed images in the forum, you have to upload it to one of the image hosting servers. I already use Google Drive but embedding an image from Google Drive is a nightmare because the link that it gives you doesn't work directly. Here is the link to a video that solves the problem and it's extremely simple:
So, if you already use Google Drive and want to embed an image without using another image hosting service, this should help.
Hail NeuroticHellFem - Wordhub Champ
Sunday, August 4, 2019 11:11:50 AM
The moment I saw who I was playing, I knew I was going to lose but never imagined this badly after scoring nearly 800 myself. I have never seen a 1000+ game before so I thought I would share.
Wordhub down for second day in the row
Thursday, July 20, 2017 11:19:07 AM
TFD in another topic (http://forum.thefreedictionary.com/postst173951_What-about-wordhub-.aspx) says that it is a temporary domain issue and will be resolved soon. Sorry not sure how to put in the link to the topic.
What about wordhub?
Thursday, July 20, 2017 11:13:24 AM
Thanks TFD. Good to know we still have wordhub to look forward to.
What about wordhub?
Thursday, July 20, 2017 8:13:26 AM
Missing Wordhub too. Hope its a temporary glitch and nothing big. Does any one know when its going to be back? Its my favorite short duration break activity.
Did you bite by bee?
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 7:22:24 AM
Just to explain why people changed your sentence from 'bite' to 'sting'.
Bees don't bite you. Biting means
, (a dog, a snake) or pincers ( an ant) or other mouth parts ( a mosquito, other insects). But in each case, you are bitten by the
, at the
end of the animal.
Bees sting you. They use the back end of the animal - their
. So, a bee stings you, a scorpion stings you.
It won't bite you. It only has a tongue - no teeth.
If you were sweet enough it could lick you!
The dangerous part is the back end!
What is a PUN?
Monday, August 8, 2016 7:55:41 AM
When he applied his mind to a problem, it became at once an enthralling arena, in which there went whirling a chariot-race of...
Tuesday, July 5, 2016 3:21:52 PM
Thanks cetoo for the solution. I copied the link and pasted in the browser. Got the page to open. I did not get the pop-up saying I have completed the challenge but when I visited my profile page it says that today's goal is completed.
Good thinking and thanks for sharing cetoo
South Korea Constitution Day
Friday, June 17, 2016 2:43:35 AM
South Korea constitution day is July 17 as is mentioned in the article itself. So how come it is showing as Today's Holiday on June 17. Please check.
Thursday, December 10, 2015 7:30:41 AM
I am sure there is a formula for achieving a 'spoon' but like Chandrasekhar says it is not clear nor published anywhere. From my experience, I found that if you achieve brain activity level close to 200% and continue earning neurons, you usually get one 'spoon'. Also sometime back, I saw in a forum that 'spoons' are given to only one person in a particular time slot, that is, one who achieves the criteria first in that slot. Cant remember what the time slot was or find the thread. I generally try to keep my brain function at 200 and keep playing www and have achieved a 'spoon'. But sometimes no matter what you do, the 'spoon' just wont appear.
Also have noticed that playing Wordhub, even on the TFD homepage doesn't make the 'spoon' appear. Not sure if that is the case or just my luck.
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