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To be brutally honest ( :wink: ), the 31° Celsius we currently have (and climbing) is also not the kind of ambient condition that I like.
I'll sell you 7 degrees for whatever you offer 8)
Hey, Zorro! Howsit in Scotland?

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31° Celsius and climbing is just how I like it though it does slow the dogs down a bit. I occasionally keep an eye on the Ruhpolding webcam (I'm a biathlon fan) and they are forecasting 36°. I hope the snow cover is better next season.

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20deg here. Which, by our standards, is hot hot hot! Gloriously sunny too. We're off to Arbroath today, to see the harbour and walk on the beach. Then it's a fish supper for tea. Can't wait.

What was this thread about?

Zorro.

P.S. - How do you guys get the degrees symbol?

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On my German keyboard it ("°") is left from the [1] (top row) together with [shift]
And YYYEEESSS, GOOOOOORDON: we need an off-topic section, puleeeeeeze :!: :roll: :twisted: :P :shock: 8)
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rv65 wrote:
Where's Gordon when you need him

Looking at the Skyline Gondola webcam right now if he has the opportunity he'll be out enjoying a beautiful winter day.

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On my German keyboard it ("°") is left from the [1] (top row) together with [shift]
And YYYEEESSS, GOOOOOORDON: we need an off-topic section, puleeeeeeze :!: :roll: :twisted: :P :shock: 8)
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Sorry, that doesn't work for me. I've also tried the "Alt-num key" method and that doesn't work either.

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Hold ALT and tap 0 1 7 6 on the keypad. If it doesn't work, you go Start > Accessories > System tools then character map, it tells you these things, and you can also just copy straight from the character map.

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Well, well, well, every day I learn something new. I hadn't even heard of the Character Map before. Thanks very much for that.

The temperature today is 15°C. It's also wet. Very, very wet.

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