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dj_colinbell


Posts: 57
Joined: Dec 2009
Last Visited: 12:45
16th Jan 2020
The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 12.25hrs on Tue 24 Dec 19
I've missed this forum.

This season looks promising, looking forward to getting up the hills with my young family.
jabuzzard


Posts: 884
Joined: Jan 2010
Last Visited: 19:50
28th Feb 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 13.39hrs on Tue 24 Dec 19
Me to, a nice Christmas prescent.
ropetow


Posts: 202
Joined: Sep 2006
Last Visited: 09:08
13th Apr 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 14.09hrs on Tue 24 Dec 19
Excellent!
Timberline


Posts: 491
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Last Visited: 20:54
24th Feb 2021
What's this?What's this?What's this?
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 18.21hrs on Tue 24 Dec 19
Well done, Alan! Looking forward to renewing the Clashindarroch reports when the snow arrives.
kammy


Posts: 295
Joined: Jan 2004
Last Visited: 21:23
2nd Mar 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 22.21hrs on Tue 24 Dec 19
Woo hoo good to be back after a long time, lets hope for good season,
PeterS


Posts: 980
Joined: Feb 2003
Last Visited: 12:21
13th Mar 2021
What's this?What's this?
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 07.35hrs on Wed 25 Dec 19
Thank god for that! Had started to lose hope that there would ever be an objective informed place for Scottish skiing. Great to be back. Lots to discuss!
jabuzzard


Posts: 884
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Last Visited: 19:50
28th Feb 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 10.45hrs on Wed 25 Dec 19
I wss thinking about asking for a Scottish forum to be created on snowheads. The long downtime of winterhighland has spawned several threads on the there, with people wondering what was going on. Seemed to me to be the best place to go and a number of regular posters here frequent snowheads.

I also had to use parkwatch to follow the saga of the funicular



Edited 1 times. Last edit at 10.52hrs Wed 25 Dec 19 by jabuzzard.
Ad_Hynkel


Posts: 222
Joined: Mar 2010
Last Visited: 12:28
12th Feb 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 11.07hrs on Wed 25 Dec 19
Good job Alan, thanks. A relief to see these pages up again. Happy Christmas to those who are celebrating and Happy Day Off to those that aren't.



Edited 1 times. Last edit at 22.50hrs Wed 25 Dec 19 by Ad_Hynkel.
BennDavie


Posts: 77
Joined: Jan 2016
Last Visited: 16:55
16th Feb 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 13.31hrs on Sat 28 Dec 19
Nice one Alan, we've missed the banter and on the ball info. Cheers matey.
growwild


Posts: 3550
Joined: Oct 2005
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 18.05hrs on Sat 28 Dec 19
Well done for getting this back Alan, I missed getting high!

If ya were gonna ask for a forum on snowheads then I do hope ya were gonna ask for a Scots forum on Italian, French and Canadian and etc forums Jabuzzard
carsey


Posts: 400
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Last Visited: 18:00
12th Apr 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 16.10hrs on Sat 4 Jan 20
Has the 'new post' message gone? Spied a few posts when returning to the forum havent shown as having a new post.
ChrisButch


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12th Jan 2020
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 18.04hrs on Sat 4 Jan 20
A welcome return - but I'm wondering why Firefox now insists on telling me that this is a risky site?
Ad_Hynkel


Posts: 222
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Last Visited: 12:28
12th Feb 2021
Re: The forums back grinning smiley
Date Posted: 17.35hrs on Sun 5 Jan 20
ChrisButch Wrote:
A welcome return - but I'm wondering why Firefox now insists on telling me that this is a risky site?


If you mean the little padlock with a line through it then that is because the connection between your browser and the site server is not protected as the traffic is via HTTP not the more secure HTTPS. Firefox is letting you know and has been doing this by default for a little while now I believe.

You'll find most modern websites now use HTTPS, generally for reasons that are of benefit to everyone including security. If someone is hoovering up traffic on an unprotected (i.e. HTTP) website to try to identify user specific info they can see anything entered by users as the traffic is all in plain text, e.g. password on a login page. So if you are using a site like this that is still HTTP then make sure you don't use a password that is the same as your banking/amazon/.gov etc. sites. But you knew that anyway...

If it is some other message from Firefox then I don't know Chris. Post an image.
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