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    This is a dedicated thread for discussing article: Bonus Fairy Fretwork Pattern
    Last edited by BobD; 04-17-2014, 09:10 AM.

  • #2

    this does not take you to the fairy pattern. it take you to a easter pattern


    • #3
      Fixed now.



      • #4
        reddragonlord it takes me to the fairy pattern.
        If someone has great passion for what they do, it is not considered work

        Jeff Robinson
        Panama City Fl.
        Cutting with EX-21


        • #5
          I fixed the link. For some reason, articlebot (the automatic program that starts threads in the forum when we post a new article) goes wonky on occasion, and posts the wrong link...


          • #6
            ........Guess what...........its still directing me to the wrong link..........


            • #7
              Bob, the problem may be the link changing rather than article bout getting it wrong. The original link went to the fairy for me at first, but then to the Easter basket when I looked again after dragons post. It is now back to the fairy for me.


              • #8
                Worked for me..!?!!

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