Sunday, 14 June 2020

Still not sure

If I like the new blogger, especially when using an iPad as it doesn’t seem to scroll properly. I can’t see what I am typing most of the time when in landscape. Haven’t yet tried to upload a picture.

First thing this morning, I started to cut back plants that have finished flowering in the garden. Three tubs and 20 minutes later, I was too hot so gave up. A few rows of knitting to cool down, plus a cup of tea helped.

I am making a mask for my sister and brother in law so cut those out. They are sending up liner material and elastic so can’t start sewing until then.

Made the decision to remove my pathetic vegetables from bed 4 on the patio and fill it with flowers instead. My two new alstroemerias went in. I want to buy a perpetual wallflower if I can, plus move some other small plants into it. I might even move the plants from my 5 litre containers that currently sit on the table out there.

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  1. I mastered using the new Blogger and got myself familiar with all it's foibles, but now I have reverted to the old one. My reasoning was once I knew I could, why bother using it when I know I prefer the old one and I will continue using it for as long as it's available and make the switch when I have to.

    I just find old blogger to be much more straight forward.

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    1. I think I will be doing that as well.

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  2. I've gotten used to it now. But I hate the way the view is limited when you are typing, even on portrait. I know where everything is stored now to pick up photos, downloads and other bits.

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  3. I've gone back to the old one too. 2 reasons - new blogger is a faff for loading photos and when posts are in drafts new blogger notes the date you have written them and not the date you are hoping to post them, and as i have all sorts of posts planned I need to know the dates

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    1. Yes, I’ve heard that about photos.

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  4. I reckon I'm going back too for the same reason as Sue. Loading photos is unnecessarily complicated and takes so many more clicks. Not well thought out at all.
    xx

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  5. I have gone back to the old one, life is too short for the aggro of trying to work it all out.

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  6. I need to go back to the old blogger as well. It is driving me slightly crazy.

    God bless.

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