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I use Firefox on my PC and notebook with a DuckDuckGo  plugin and also the Express VPN and have on issues posting to these forums.

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1 hour ago, ozjohn said:

I use Firefox on my PC and notebook with a DuckDuckGo  plugin and also the Express VPN and have on issues posting to these forums.

Are you using auto-correct? My phone insists on changing no to on despite 50% of all texts requiring a yes or no answer. It's a pain in the a**e. Normal for Samsung?

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12 hours ago, Peckris 2 said:

Anyway, just wanted to say that beaded borders are quite distinct once you've seen them.

Absolutely - they are spherical beads quite separate from the rim and linear circle. Sometimes, parts of a toothed border may appear to be beaded but they will not be separate from the rim.

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Beaded border

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Toothed border with some teeth looking like beads, particularly between the I and A.

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11 hours ago, Rob said:

Are you using auto-correct? My phone insists on changing no to on despite 50% of all texts requiring a yes or no answer. It's a pain in the a**e. Normal for Samsung?

It seems to be working again today, so no worries. :)

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