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Topic Title: ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum
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Created On: 15 January 2019 10:32 am
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 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 15 January 2019 10:32 am  
 Announcement: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Legh - 15 January 2019 02:01 pm  
 Announcement: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - mapj1 - 15 January 2019 02:06 pm  
 Announcement: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - msbettyhunt - 28 January 2019 12:29 pm  
 Announcement: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Weirdbeard2 - 15 January 2019 06:12 pm  
 Announcement: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 15 January 2019 08:12 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Farmboy - 18 January 2019 03:59 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 18 January 2019 05:16 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Farmboy - 18 January 2019 06:54 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Weirdbeard2 - 18 January 2019 05:36 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - AJJewsbury - 18 January 2019 07:03 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Weirdbeard2 - 18 January 2019 07:15 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 19 January 2019 01:55 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Farmboy - 19 January 2019 02:45 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Weirdbeard2 - 20 January 2019 02:50 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 21 January 2019 11:22 am  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Weirdbeard2 - 21 January 2019 05:12 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Legh - 20 January 2019 11:11 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - dustydazzler - 20 January 2019 11:18 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Legh - 20 January 2019 11:28 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - dustydazzler - 20 January 2019 11:31 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Legh - 20 January 2019 11:37 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - dustydazzler - 20 January 2019 11:39 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - mapj1 - 21 January 2019 08:58 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 22 January 2019 09:59 am  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Fitzy71 - 23 January 2019 07:21 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 24 January 2019 11:18 am  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - chrispearson - 31 January 2019 08:39 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 01 February 2019 10:10 am  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - mapj1 - 31 January 2019 11:15 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - davidwalker2 - 07 February 2019 09:08 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - mapj1 - 07 February 2019 09:25 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - davidwalker2 - 08 February 2019 03:54 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 08 February 2019 04:42 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - davidwalker2 - 08 February 2019 05:28 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - broadgage - 26 February 2019 12:02 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 28 February 2019 10:01 am  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - chrispearson - 28 February 2019 06:43 pm  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Lisamiles - 01 March 2019 11:23 am  
 ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to the IET's Wiring and the Regulations forum   - Zoomup - 26 February 2019 05:49 pm  
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 18 January 2019 07:03 pm
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AJJewsbury

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any tips on when one is logged in to the engineering communities how to log out

Down arrow button at the very top right (next to your name), then pick Log out - e.g. for me:

- Andy.
 18 January 2019 07:15 pm
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Weirdbeard2

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Originally posted by: ,

any tips on when one is logged in to the engineering communities how to log out


Down arrow button at the very top right (next to your name), then pick Log out - e.g. for me:



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Thanks for the pic Andy, but it doesn't look like what I can see, I will pop a screen shot in an appropriate section of the forum forthwith
 19 January 2019 01:55 pm
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Lisamiles

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Weirdbeard - If your view is different to the one Andy has posted then I'm guessing you're using a mobile device or tablet? If so then it's the 'hamburger' menu icon and then right at the very bottom of the drop down list should be the arrow for log-out.

If you're not on a mobile device then again I'm guessing you're using an alternative browser to Chrome, so please let me know the browser you're using so I can report it to the suppliers!

Farmboy - We haven't yet introduced the screen name feature for the online community so as I've said in this topic here if you contribute to the new forum now, you'll be known as your real name but once we switch over to the screen names, everything will change then. So if you don't mind being known as your real name then please feel free to start contributing straight away but if you want anonymity, I'd recommend that you 'lurk' for a bit until we've introduced the screen names (mid to late February) Also, don't forget to tell us by 31st January if you want to keep your current screen name so you'll have it once we switch it all on!

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 19 January 2019 02:45 pm
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Farmboy

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Originally posted by: Lisamiles

Farmboy - We haven't yet introduced the screen name feature for the online community so as I've said in this topic here if you contribute to the new forum now, you'll be known as your real name but once we switch over to the screen names, everything will change then. So if you don't mind being known as your real name then please feel free to start contributing straight away but if you want anonymity, I'd recommend that you 'lurk' for a bit until we've introduced the screen names (mid to late February) Also, don't forget to tell us by 31st January if you want to keep your current screen name so you'll have it once we switch it all on!


Ok thanks, I haven't lurked for a while so I'll give it a go

By the way, regarding your post in the other place about MIPs, once the entry (such as a formula) has gone into e.g. a Word document, it is editable and it can be pasted into a post on the new forum by copying it in Word then pasting it into a post using Ctrl+V (hitting Ctrl first, then V, rather than simultaneously). Therefore, using the MIP a selection of symbols and formulas can be generated and saved in a Word document for future use by simply copying and pasting, so thanks for pointing out the MIP.

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Edited: 19 January 2019 at 07:24 pm by Farmboy
 20 January 2019 02:50 pm
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Weirdbeard2

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Originally posted by: Lisamiles

Weirdbeard - If your view is different to the one Andy has posted then I'm guessing you're using a mobile device or tablet? If so then it's the 'hamburger' menu icon and then right at the very bottom of the drop down list should be the arrow for log-out.

If you're not on a mobile device then again I'm guessing you're using an alternative browser to Chrome, so please let me know the browser you're using so I can report it to the suppliers!




Hi Lisa, thanks for the reply, i am using windows 3.2 with a raspberry pi, connected through a Commodore 64 to a serial bus. 88bhp gigapulse modulator
 21 January 2019 11:22 am
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Lisamiles

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Originally posted by: Weirdbeard2

Hi Lisa, thanks for the reply, i am using windows 3.2 with a raspberry pi, connected through a Commodore 64 to a serial bus. 88bhp gigapulse modulator


But Weirdbeard, is that 88bhp gigapulse modulator nuclear or biomass fuel powered?

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 21 January 2019 05:12 pm
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Weirdbeard2

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Originally posted by: Lisamiles

Originally posted by: Weirdbeard2

Hi Lisa, thanks for the reply, i am using windows 3.2 with a raspberry pi, connected through a Commodore 64 to a serial bus. 88bhp gigapulse modulator [IMG][/IMG]


But Weirdbeard, is that 88bhp gigapulse modulator nuclear or biomass fuel powered? [IMG]/forums/forum/i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif" border="0[/IMG]


Apologies, my mistake, I have consulted my IT expert and apparently this is called an EYE pad, it does a have battery back up when not plugged in to an outlet but I am not sure what fuels it
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