On 2019-04-14 3:39 p.m., Ed Minch wrote:
> A question - the author talks about some od the planes having a “currency
mark” and those were for sale, whereas those without the mark might have been
used in the shop. What the heck is a currency mark? Just a penciled-on price?
They didn't have Magic Markers, did they?
> I tried making the article go through and the site rejected it - it came to me
as an Apple Preview file and opened OK, but OdlTools sure doesn't like it.
Anybody wants it, send me your email and I will forward it.
If I had a bunch of 'for sale' planes mixed in with my users, I might
mark them with a $ without an actual price, helping me identify them
quickly and giving me wiggle-room in case somebody wanted to buy one.
But that's just me.
Please send me a copy. I would have thought you could save an Apple
Preview file in jpeg format, for example, but I can't say I've tried that.
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