Here is a list of all the postings Nathan Sharpe has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
Thanks to you all for your input. The problem no longer exists, I uninstalled CS2 and started to use a free version of PSP 6 which has just been upgraded to PSP 9 FOC ! Not quite as good as CS2/Photoshop but easily good enough for my use. Don't ask where I got PSP 6 from because I just cannot remember, I just launched it and got the "enter your product key" page which it populated without me doing anything,it then restarted as PSP 9 full install ! This happened after looking at buying the software and during a Win 10 update in the background. Now I'm wondering what would happen if I look at my bank account during a Win 10 update!
Hi Francis and thanks for the reply. I have the full version of CS2 etc which I downloaded from a legal source by following a link posted here. My problem is remembering where the license key was obtained (legally) , it all used to work until I transferred it to my archive drive and then removed it from my main hard drive !
I may have to buy a newer version.
Can someone point me at the posting on here giving a link for the Free version of the above? I saved mine to an archive drive and cannot remember how I got hold of a license key or how I activated it. As you'll gather from the above I don't use it very often but I need it now to help swmbo !
Edit to correct spelling mistake.
Edited By Nathan Sharpe on 03/09/2016 22:54:59
|Thread: chain sharpenening. jig|
Tell him to get down to Lidl tomorrow, I bought one this morning for £19.99. It's a rebadged Grizzly and may last a few years.
|Thread: What Did You Do Today (2016)|
Spent today as the previous few days, removing the top 2mtrs of growth from leylandii by hand at 10/11mtrs height. We should have thought for longer 40 years ago before planting them but the Goldcrests and Long Tailed Tits love them. Many trailer loads of foliage to the council yard and some mediocre fire wood for us later this winter. I ache ! Dr Beam is on standby after I've showered.
|Thread: Inverter Tripping RCD|
Class B is best described as SLOW rise (Amps) fast trip, Class C as FAST rise slow trip. So Class C can allow for the initial start current on single phase motors which is generally high but safe. Class C is usually called/remembered as Motor Rated and Class B as Domestic rated. Nathan.
|Thread: Does anyone use the 'My Friends' feature of this forum?|
More than I used to have!
Because of the surname interest (my very late Mothers) I've logged in and checked who is/was online every time, and have today remained logged in and refreshed my connection frequently but, he does not appear nor does he have a public profile.
He could be an older family member or not.I don't know her family as they disowned her. I suppose I could also be paranoid about who is looking for me and what info they could gain from public forums. Thankfully they can gain the knowledge that I don't do facebook or the like and have never been anything other than me ( quiet,arrogant,self effacing,loudmouthed etc) and these are just the terms in which SWMBO describes me on a daily basis!
I suppose he'll get in touch sometime, won't you Cliff Sweeting?
Very strange, had a friend request on here 06/03/16 . I replied asking where he was and why the request but the message remains unread . The surname was of interest to me which was what surprised me . IF he reads this perhaps he should open his inbox.
No one has asked to be my friend since I was a five year old !
|Thread: What Did You Do Today (2016)|
Welcome to the club ! Take it easy for a few weeks and avoid lifting . I will agree with your sign off statement , as I recall I felt the same and still do.
|Thread: Power rating on switches. AC v. DC|
John, have you looked at the switches that are incorporated in the battery terminal? They are also available on ebay at the same ratings.
Why not use a proper battery isolator switch ? Plenty on ebay rated at 200 amps for about £6.00.
|Thread: What did you do today (2015)|
Clive /oompa lumpa,
I,ll back up Grahams opinion of the Hogan, on my Webley Raider 10 (pre 2006) at 11.7ft/lbs all I can hear is the hammer spring! I doubt the rats hear anything before.
I'm also playing with K baffles just for fun and in the past have used the "hair curler" with scotchbrite type material to good effect.
|Thread: Woodwork Router Advice|
Template and bush for hinges IF you have a lot to do, otherwise mark up and cut by hand .
For mouldings in situ use a bearing guided bit.
For accurate repetition use a router table.
I use various cheap routers handheld for in situ work like cutting purfling grooves in acoustic guitars (bosch pof, power devil and B+Q) but a Triton 3.5 hp ( I think) in the router table combined with an Incra Jig for repetition work.
Look on Youtube for instruction.
|Thread: An electrostatic mystery ...|
black silk and white silk sheets
At least you're not suggesting fifty shades of grey..
How would you see the spark if you're wearing the blindfold?
|Thread: Spray Resist.|
John, have you looked on MadModder to see how Rob Wilson does his nameplates? Some excellent ferric chloride etching done by him, sharp and crisp edges.
|Thread: Family History|
Just shows how bad my memory has become in recent years ! Thanks for the info.
Ady1 / Ian S C
Many thanks to both of you. I had no idea about any of these even though as a boy I saw bound volumes of ME in his study at home.
Now to find out where to get copies or do the digital archives go back that far ?
I wonder if anyone can offer any information on a series of articles from either ME or MEW from (I think) the late 70s to mid 80s.
The series was based on the memories of apprentices in engineering and their antics at work but also in some cases, gave names of senior engineers/instructors.
My memory tells me that in one article my father was named, however my memory is not always to be relied on and I may be wrong !
If my memory is correct I think the article was written/contributed to by an apprentice at Woolwich/Greenwich arsenal.
I know very little of my fathers history ( he died aged 82 when I was 14) mother died when I was 6, but I do have him to thank for my practical skills and interest in all things mechanical.
His name was Nathaniel (Nathan) Sharpe and at my birth was based in Hartlepool (West as it was then) and ran his own small company.
If anyone can help I'd be grateful.
|Thread: Free vices|
I'll echo Vic's reply, nice to know there are still people like you willing to give it back.
|Thread: What did you do today (2015)|
Day started ok , rushing about to get thing done before starting a new job next week. Came in for lunch and switched PC on to check mail etc and saw mail from new employer. New employer (Hotel) tells me that bookings are down so no job. Offered job on Thurs last week and accepted, multiple emails about start date/time up till yesterday, send new starter forms back today including health history, 2 hours later get "no job" email. Coincidental that my only previous health prob was a 3x bypass 8 years ago (should have been 4x as per angiogram) heart attack 2013 on artery that should have been done, stent same day. Health probs solved just been checked out by cardio dept and given all clear, some very minor loss of function and also very minor COPD caused during the bypass. Why do people not ask for GP evidence of fitness to work before writing me off? Job was a nothing job, just maintenance changing bulbs/tap washers but it was at home and meant I didn't have to travel anymore but would have paid the bills. Myself and 16 mates have tried to book rooms throughout the year to find they are nearly fully booked through to Sept. Lies and BS, I'm drinking tonight.
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