Article: Won't You Break Your Hand?

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Thanks for posting the article I found it interesting. For some reason I could not get the link to work but was able to find the article by going to your web site. Nice web site by the way.

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Thanks for posting the article I found it interesting. For some reason I could not get the link to work but was able to find the article by going to your web site. Nice web site by the way.

Thanks again
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Brian King

It looks like clicking the link throws in an extra http:// string, so you get a sequence of two of them, which is bad hyperlink syntax. If you delete one of those strings and hit 'return', it will connect you. Weird, though, that it does that, eh?
 
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It looks like clicking the link throws in an extra http:// string, so you get a sequence of two of them, which is bad hyperlink syntax. If you delete one of those strings and hit 'return', it will connect you. Weird, though, that it does that, eh?
Yeah, malformed link. Doubtless my fault when I was writing the original post. I made the mistake of clicking the link button and quickly pasting in the link. Probably didn't select out the original http:// and got two of them for my haste.

I'd edit it right but the edit time limit appears to have passed. Sorry.

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Yeah, malformed link. Doubtless my fault when I was writing the original post. I made the mistake of clicking the link button and quickly pasting in the link. Probably didn't select out the original http:// and got two of them for my haste.

I'd edit it right but the edit time limit appears to have passed. Sorry.

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No problemois fixed! :)
 

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"It looks like clicking the link throws in an extra http:// string, so you get a sequence of two of them, which is bad hyperlink syntax. If you delete one of those strings and hit 'return', it will connect you. Weird, though, that it does that, eh?"

pphft, naw what IS weird is that I understood some of that LOL

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