Yes, that's where I was looking. What I see are the First Scavenger Hunt and the Pollinator Scavenger Hunt. I was wondering if the Pioneer was actually the First? Not that it's important, but I figured it could get corrected if there's an issue with the programming.
Zone 5b/6a, alkaline soil, 12 inches of water per year. For now the goal is a water independent urban homestead with edible landscaping and food forest.
Hello there! I have been trying to figure out how to change my Twitter username because I changed it recently. However, I notice that it is only viewable on the "Mobile View" of my profile, not my "Desktop View" - is there something that was overlooked?
I also saw how you can put photos on, I am going to try it but I didn't see any measurement specifications - are there any? I may give it a shot anyway!
I don't know anything about twitter usernames here on permies! Any chance you could get a screenshot of where you're seeing it on the mobile view.
As for pictures, you'll have faster upload times with smaller images, and the pictures will be reduced to something like 700 pixels wide. So, there's no need to upload anything bigger than that. But, there's also no penalties for uploading anything bigger, either. So, upload away!
I asked our programmers, and they said that the function had been disabled about 3 years ago, but somehow those who already had selected a twitter username got grandfathered in to have it show. It should be removed pretty soon.
For now, you could add your twitter user name to your signature if you'd like! Urls work in the signature, too (just use the same bb code that one uses in the main forum), like this [url=http://]webpage[/url], with your twitter username where "website" is, and the link to your profile where "http://" is.
I checked my own profile to see what i had done and in "the private notes about Hugo Morvan" it said " He's a total douche". Somehow, i think the notes are getting mixed up with other peoples notes about me.
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