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COMPUTER TECH HELP FORUM / Re: New Messages Question
« Last post by crmauch on Today at 01:48:25 PM »
Not quite my question.  Beemaster does a great job of showing new posts with it's <new> label on threads.  My question is when you open a thread, it opens at the beginning of a thread, what I was looking for was the an option to navigate to the first post within that thread that as a user, I haven't read yet.  I've seen this on a number of other forums.
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GENERAL BEEKEEPING - MAIN POSTING FORUM. / Re: Smoker
« Last post by Michael Bush on Today at 01:39:30 PM »
>I think it depends on whether we are pouring or drinking.

Good point.
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"First, do no harm..."--Hippocratic oath
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HUMOR IS A FUNNY THING / Re: The light turned yellow
« Last post by mikecva on Today at 01:32:05 PM »
 :grin: :cheesy:
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HUMOR IS A FUNNY THING / Re: The light turned yellow
« Last post by sawdstmakr on Today at 01:21:38 PM »
 :grin:
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GENERAL BEEKEEPING - MAIN POSTING FORUM. / Re: What next?
« Last post by sawdstmakr on Today at 01:13:02 PM »
if you leave the back of the hive hanging over the wood about an inch, you can use your fingertips to lift the back of the hive just a little bit and feel the weight. If you do this after you add a super and then on a daily or weekly basis, you can feel how much weight they are adding to the hive.
Jim
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GENERAL BEEKEEPING - MAIN POSTING FORUM. / Re: New bees
« Last post by sawdstmakr on Today at 01:08:33 PM »
Congrats Jimmy.
I recommend that you inspect your hives on alternate weeks, look at one hive this week and the other next week. That way you get to see what is happening, the real reason for your inspections and learning how to do it while they are small, and the bees are not being disturbed so much.
Jim
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COMPUTER TECH HELP FORUM / Re: New Messages Question
« Last post by sawdstmakr on Today at 01:00:29 PM »
A number of other forums I've been on have a "Read First Unread" link on their threads.  (I.E. When you read a topic that you've looked at before, there's a link that will take you to the first message in the thread that you haven't looked at before).

Does such a functionality exist on Beemaster?  If so where is it or how do I activate it?

Thanks.
At the top of this site, it welcomes you and then has [New Posts] [Replies]. If you click on the replies, it shows you any posts that you have posted to and have not seen since the last person posted. The New Posts shows all new posts since your last session.
Jim
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Sounds like a good glue for hives. I have lots of Titebond II and like D4, when properly used, the wood breaks first. If I get a chance I will try D-4.
Thanks.
Jim
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Maybe a doctor or pharmacist can explain the difference between an epi pen and Benedryl.  I can't but I know there is a difference.  There is also a big difference between administering a drug to a child vs. an adult.  And I don't know the details on that either.  I am pretty sure an epi pen is a prescription drug which means it is meant for an individual prescribed by a medical doctor that knows the history of the patient.  Making a life or death decision is not my strong suit.  The only youngsters that have been near my hives are my nephews and their parents were present.  At that time the hives were small and gentile as a lamb.  I do splits now with large hives creating queenless situations.  I have been tagged for no reason mowing the lawn (single occurrence).  So I know honeybees can be unpredictable.  If you want to take on the responsibility of having unrelated youngsters near your hives it is your prerogative.  It is not something I would enjoy.
Brian,
Are you saying you would watch a person die, waiting for help to arrive when you have the know how to have a chance to save them. I could not. I would have to try. Epi pens are life saving devices, not normal medication. Benedryl just gives you more time, keeps your airway from closing up until help arrives.
Jim
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