What makes me qualified to post Redneck Workarounds (Week 2)

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Last week I had posted one of my personal Redneck Workarounds and forewarned everyone that I would be posting additional ones so here is this week’s installment. Painting – I was painting stairwell in my house that is over 15’ from the ground to the ceiling I was able to use a roller on a pole for the walls, one of those fancy pads with rollers to cut in along the ceiling but the problem I ran into was how […]

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What makes me qualified to post Redneck Workarounds

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Like Adrian said in his original post for Redneck Workarounds Blog that he hails from the Deep South so that in itself makes him qualified to post to our blog but many people have asked what makes me qualified to post to this blog other than Adrian says I am the closest thing to a redneck north of the Mason Dixon Line. For me I think that Adrian’s definition of a Redneck Workaround defines my way of life. Redneck Workaround […]

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Adding Parts to the Design Library that have existing Custom Properties

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Like any good redneck I like it when they make a button that will make your job or life simpler. What I do not like is when that button that was suposta make you life easier breaks what you have already done, and that is what we have here. Below is a great feature that SW has but it has a little flaw in it, we have reported this issue to SOLIDWORKS and it is in the process of being […]

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That RSS Feed thingy in eDrawings

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Have you ever noticed that RSS feed inside of eDrawings and SolidWorks. In SOLIDWORKS you can easily disable this in the System Options but not so much in eDrawings this is especially annoying if your company requires you to enter a user name and password every time you log on to the internet. We tried several of our usually tricks to disable this like shaking the monitor to see if it fell off (this only works with that fancy Etch-a-Sketch […]

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