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mesklin
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Links

Post by mesklin » Tue Feb 01, 2005 10:19 pm

It is now possible to go directly to all the TalkingScot pages.

Click on appropriate link at top of this page.

Mesklin
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DavidWW
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Re: Links

Post by DavidWW » Wed Feb 02, 2005 12:39 am

mesklin wrote:It is now possible to go directly to all the TalkingScot pages.

Click on appropriate link at top of this page.

Mesklin
Brilliant :!:

Congratulations are due to Dave and others for sorting out these and other facilities on the TalkingScot site.

Davie

Ina
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Post by Ina » Wed Feb 02, 2005 1:26 am

I love it......no more backtracking to the home page.

Great job Dave.

Ina

StewL
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Post by StewL » Wed Feb 02, 2005 1:49 am

Excellent Dave!

The links at the top of the page have just made this site the best!
I had a quick keek at all of them, and they are all very informative.
:D :D
Stewie

Searching for: Anderson, Balks, Barton, Courtney, Davidson, Downie, Dunlop, Edward, Flucker, Galloway, Graham, Guthrie, Higgins, Laurie, Mathieson, McLean, McLuckie, Miln, Nielson, Payne, Phillips, Porterfield, Stewart, Watson

mesklin
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Post by mesklin » Wed Feb 02, 2005 1:59 am

Credit where it's due.

I put in the forum links. Andrew did the pages. And Michael did the header graphics and set the TS corporate style.

I'm biased. But I think it looks good. Bit tidying up to do, and we'll be ready for new members ( and giving more to our current members)

After all, who else provides a brick wall smilie. [Credit to it's creator]

Dave

CatrionaL
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Post by CatrionaL » Wed Feb 02, 2005 11:56 am

I know that setting up and improving TS has meant a lot of hard work for some of you. Many thanks for that.
:D

Looking at what the TS sight has become and all the info available at our fingertips, I can't help feeling that SP did us a good turn when closing down the SPDG.

Catriona

AnnetteR
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Location: Glasgow

Post by AnnetteR » Wed Feb 02, 2005 6:14 pm

CatrionaL wrote:I know that setting up and improving TS has meant a lot of hard work for some of you. Many thanks for that.
:D

Looking at what the TS sight has become and all the info available at our fingertips, I can't help feeling that SP did us a good turn when closing down the SPDG.

Catriona
I'll second that Catriona. Well done guys.

Annette
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Researching in Fife: Wilson, Ramsay, Cassels/Carswell, Lindsay, Millar, Bowman and many others.
In Glasgow and West of Scotland: Aitchison, Wilkinson, Keenan, Black, Kinloch and Leiper.

Swiscot
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Congrats

Post by Swiscot » Wed Feb 02, 2005 6:25 pm

This site just gets better and better, pleasure to use and be a member of, well done the three of you for making it so easy to navigate.
Also, the humour makes my day. keep it up.
awrabest frae snawy Switzerland
Jim
Cowper.Couper, Cooper, Barrie, Smellie, Brown, Wight, Donald, Kay etc. Lanarkshire.

Jean Jeanie
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Post by Jean Jeanie » Wed Feb 02, 2005 10:11 pm

Brilliant!!

So glad I joined!

Jean

nelmit
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Post by nelmit » Wed Feb 02, 2005 11:54 pm

CatrionaL wrote:I know that setting up and improving TS has meant a lot of hard work for some of you. Many thanks for that.
I totally agree, thanks all!

Bye the way I love this wee guy (or gal) ](*,) - but only to look at!

Annette m

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