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Leebo

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Jul 21, 2011
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Eastern Ohio
#1
Raise your hand if you've ever been writing a long post only to have the little one in the other room have to go potty. :sneaky: Raise your hand if upon returning to the computer you've found your middle child has kicked you off the computer and is now watching YouTube. :mad: You now have completely lost your post. :eek:

TFP now allows for short term saving of posts on the forum even as you type them out. If you're composing a book like I so frequently do simply click on the file button to save a draft of your work. Additionally every 60 seconds the software will automatically save a copy of your work for you...........just in case you forget. This draft can be restored by simply returning to the thread during the next 12 hours. After 12 hours the file will automatically be deleted. Below is a copy of the icon you're looking for,
 

YippeeSkippy

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Jan 17, 2012
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Evans, Georgia
#4
Pat, I didn't know that adorable puppy ever came out from below the swaddling blanket and got off Val's lap? I'm telling you, its one precious dog and y'all are wrapped around his/her paws.

That's a handy feature for sure. But we've had something like that already-didn't it say "Saved Content" or something like that?

Maddie :flower:
 

JoyfulNoise

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May 23, 2015
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Tucson, AZ
#9
Rob,

Mountain Lions are a protected species in Arizona...you should know better than to keep one as a pet....This is our precious little kitty -



She is a Bengal breed (a genetic mix of African wild cat and domestic cat) and she eats the metal spiral binding on any notebook she can find. I literally caught her chewing on my Apple Magic Mouse several times. If you ignore her while typing, she will try to eat you....I sleep with one eye open because I know she's plotting to take me out :shock:
 

Arizonarob

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Mar 25, 2018
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Chandler Arizona
#12
Rob,

Mountain Lions are a protected species in Arizona...you should know better than to keep one as a pet....This is our precious little kitty -



She is a Bengal breed (a genetic mix of African wild cat and domestic cat) and she eats the metal spiral binding on any notebook she can find. I literally caught her chewing on my Apple Magic Mouse several times. If you ignore her while typing, she will try to eat you....I sleep with one eye open because I know she's plotting to take me out :shock:
Yup he’s a bigggg boy! He weighs in at 18lbs!! His sister is half his size. He’s appropriately named Fredrick Gronkcatski, (named after patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski) because he’s big, he’s strong, he’s handsome, and he’s dumb as a rock!!! 🤣🤣🤣
 

zea3

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Jul 10, 2009
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#13
Sounds just like Costello! His nick names are Dufus, Potato, Spudnick,etc. All a testimony to his questionable intelligence. His sister Abbot is a meer 12lbs and definitely got his share of grey matter when they were passing out brains!
 

Arizonarob

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Mar 25, 2018
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#14
Sounds just like Costello! His nick names are Dufus, Potato, Spudnick,etc. All a testimony to his questionable intelligence. His sister Abbot is a meer 12lbs and definitely got his share of grey matter when they were passing out brains!
Just the opposite for me. His sister Sashi, is a deva and a half!! Their nick names are “Pinky and the Brain”. She’s the one who comes up with cleaver ideas, and he’s the muscle behind it.

I once herd strange noises coming from the kitchen, I got up to look, and there was Sashi sitting on the kitchen table, staring at her brother dragging a 30lb bag of cat food out of the kitchen cabinet! (I’ve since relocated said bag to the locked garage)

Now that Freddy has learned to open cabinets, I hear him in the middle of the night opening them up looking for things to get into trouble. 🙄
 
Feb 9, 2019
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Phoenix, USA
#15
Raise your hand if you've ever been writing a long post only to have the little one in the other room have to go potty. :sneaky: Raise your hand if upon returning to the computer you've found your middle child has kicked you off the computer and is now watching YouTube. :mad: You now have completely lost your post. :eek:
YES! I have a son. He is 3,5 and he likes watching cartoons on YouTube, so this situation is about me! What can I say...I'm happy that my daughter is just 2 months old and can't do the same things :)