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About Geoid

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  1. New Layout & Forum Software

    Black star means there are new posts in a topic you have posted in. Black dot means there are new posts in a topic that you haven't posted in.
  2. Forum Updates February 2018

    You can change the year to "Not Telling" or the day/month to a blank figure if you want. Click on your username (at the top right of the page) > Profile > Edit Profile
  3. New Layout & Forum Software

    I was quite surprised when I refreshed my browser and this new forum appeared! It will take a bit of getting used to, but I like it so far
  4. New Layout & Forum Software

    I have to agree, maybe put some of them in the FAQ?
  5. Chicken Food Storage

    Galvanised metal bin, with some weight/bungee cord to keep the vermin out. Should be fine outside!
  6. **Thread of little facts & things**....3

    Just saw this on BBC News Maybe the driver should've gone to Specsavers!
  7. Holby City

    I doubt it, Holby City is filmed around two months before it is screened.
  8. TV aerials

    Is the satellite dish still there? If it is, try freesat. Satellite TV for free (you will have to buy a set top box though).
  9. **Thread of little facts & things**....3

    I bought my dad a double glazed window last year
  10. changeing energy suppliers

    uSwitch.com is pretty easy to use. Make sure you have a current bill handy as you will need to enter readings etc
  11. Ruddy Blu-tac

    Use some Sticky Stuff Remover, brilliant stuff, removes things with ease!
  12. Radio code for Ford KA

    Try 5986
  13. Numpty computer questions

    The best (easiest) way to transfer over files would be to get a USB stick (or external hard drive) and copy the files you want to move over on to the USB stick, then plug it into the new computer and copy them over. You can transfer files by wi-fi if you have a router, but it can be a bit tricky and possibly slower.
  14. Photobucket users.