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Have you checked this one
Harry Henry, Inverness, 1934 aged 76  Ref 098/A 470

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Technical Help / Re: Facebook notifications driving me mad.
« on: Saturday 17 February 18 16:30 GMT (UK)  »
What operating system is your phone iOs (Apple) or Android (nearly everybody else)

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Technical Help / Re: Facebook notifications driving me mad.
« on: Saturday 17 February 18 15:51 GMT (UK)  »
You can turn off push notifications using your phone's settings
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How do I adjust my mobile push notifications from Facebook?

Mobile push notifications are updates that appear when you're not actively using Facebook. You can adjust these notifications from your Android, iPhone or iPad settings:
iOS
To adjust your mobile push notifications on your iPhone or iPad:

    Tap
    Tap Notifications > Facebook
    Tap Allow Notifications to turn on notifications from Facebook. Tap Allow Notifications to turn off notifications from Facebook.

Android
To adjust your mobile push notifications on your Android device (OS 6.0+):

    Go to your device settings.
    Tap Applications > Application manager > Facebook > Notifications.
    Turn on or off notifications from Facebook.

To adjust your mobile push notifications in your Facebook settings:

    Tap
    Tap Notification Settings
    From here, tap to adjust how you get notifications and what you get notified about

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Technical Help / Re: Facebook notifications driving me mad.
« on: Saturday 17 February 18 13:15 GMT (UK)  »
Have you tried the suggestion from Facebook's help:

https://www.facebook.com/help/112320895539157?helpref=uf_permalink


Apparently the only way I can stop these notifications coming to my phone is if I go to Apps, then the Facebook app and click on Notifications.  The only problem is I don't have a Facebook app on my 'phone, so how are these messages coming to me?  When I looked at the Facebook page regarding notifications it just states that you can't turn them off but you can just select which notifications you want to get, and although I can click on PC and emails, I can't click on mobile 'phone as it's not highlighted.  >:(
You don't need a mobile or App to stop the notifications. Access your Facebook account by your usual method and go through settings, although at some point in the past you may have accidentally agreed to text messages but this can be turned off by the methods outlined above.

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Technical Help / Re: removal of topic on facebook.
« on: Thursday 15 February 18 17:17 GMT (UK)  »
I am running windows 7:-  Falkryn the options that I have on opening the three dots are Pin to top, hide from cuts,Edit set and leave group.   Also there is no lock on the right side of the scree,.

The Windows version doesn't come into it  as it is facebook's system you use to amend messages.

Judging from your reply above I believe that your post was in a GROUP setting and that is different from a post on your own timeline. Just did some checking and confirmed that Deleting messages in a Group is Admin only. and even then has some problems as it could remain in the timeline of anyone in the Group who has opened the topic.

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Technical Help / Re: removal of topic on facebook.
« on: Thursday 15 February 18 10:57 GMT (UK)  »
When you click on the three dots as suggested you should see the following pop up

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Technical Help / Re: Need to quickly find a free photo programme to create a Collage.
« on: Monday 12 February 18 11:05 GMT (UK)  »
Hello Falkyrn,
Could you please send the link to me as well.  Have been trying with another programme with not much success and as our winter is approaching, (NZ, but a very warm 31 degrees here today) it will give me a good excuse to stay inside and practice.
Thank you
Heather

I Have sent you a PM with the link

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Technical Help / Re: Need to quickly find a free photo programme to create a Collage.
« on: Sunday 11 February 18 18:45 GMT (UK)  »
OK, many thanks.  Do you need my email?
A

Not necessary, I've sent you a PM through Rootschat with the link

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Lanarkshire / Re: Kirk Street, Glasgow 1880's .
« on: Sunday 11 February 18 11:34 GMT (UK)  »
It is a good picture but paints a very different one from others of the period. There is an impression of space which was unusual in the Backs and Vennels of the City, the walls are all painted white (or light coloured) instead of being blackened by soot and to cap it all (no pun intended) isn't everybody very well dressed.

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