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3601  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Latest News / Re: JULY 14 UPGRADES! on: July 15, 2005 06:06:31 PM
Worked in firefox too.. Tools - Options - Privacy - Cookies - View Cookies - Remove all Cookies
Phew! Got scared there, 'cause only about 70% of craftster works in IE for me...

Thank you for that!  My firefox wouldn't work either and i REALLY didn't want to have to use IE. 

Is not a permanent solution though, I just had to log in and do the same thing all over again... it'll get a bit tedius in the long run
3602  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: "my country doesn't have that" swap signups CLOSED Send By 8/24/2005 on: July 15, 2005 05:39:50 PM
Haha... lutfisk just taste of water... Glgg is rather nice (spiced wine served warm..) though the most swedish thing like that should be Julmust, but it'd lose all its carbonic acid during shipment I'm afraid Wink
Then there's Surstrmming, which is also swedish fish: I.E. fish that has been left to rot under controlled circumstances, and is then eaten. That tastes a lot, but it tastes, well, like you may imagine, and ten pounds of salt..
Then there's dried fish. Dried cod, or similar. Can be quite nice, though even the cats get bored with it.
Now we do not have anything we particularly would separate as "swedish fish" as far as I or anyone I know of know, but please do tell if anyone does know... Wink
Because even if the above is very swedish fish... I don't see why anyone would want to eat it. Smiley

Ps.
Besides, the names of things in the states can be misleading... as far as I can remember, "swedish meatballs" aren't very much like our meatballs... Wink and we sure as hell wouldn't specify them as "swedish" here. Smiley
3603  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General / Re: dreadlock peyote stitches on: July 15, 2005 01:10:32 PM
ohhh I almost want dreads just so I can use stuff like that... Grin
3604  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Crafty weekend in Sundsvall on: July 15, 2005 01:01:33 PM
So I went to Vildhavre's place for five days, and even though we spent about 70% of our time playing World of Warcraft (it was hot as hell and freaking humid, so there wasn't much else to do during the day if you wanted to live) we actually managed to craft things too! And there's pictures!

So first of all we dyed fabric. Amazingly simple process (acid dying, directly translated, only works on silk, wool and nylon)

http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/silk.jpg

You can't see the golden shine here unfortunantly. There was other silk that got dyed too, but I didn't remember to take a photo of it. You can see it a bit in another pic further down though.

These are the nylon pieces I dyed. It's a cotton/nylon mix, so the nylon (on the front) got dyed but the cotton on the back didn't.
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/Nylon.jpg
The pieces were a little to big for the cauldron, so there are pale spots, but that's okay.

This is a corset that Vildhavre made me last fall, but which I needed her help to check the length of the "rope" in the back. It's very difficult when my boyfriend helps me with it, 'cause it thourougly terrifies him.

http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/corset_back.jpg
Please ignore my dying clothes Wink

http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/corset_front.jpg

This is Vildhavre's cat Garfield. He's bigger than she is. He makes my fat cat look tiny.
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/garfield.jpg


This is the can we decoupaged.
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/can_before.jpg

Decoupaged with orbituaries and whatnots. Vildhavre dyed the newspaper in tea before decoupaging it. (it got rained on too, 'cause a storm suddenly hit)
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/can_after1.jpg

http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/can_after2.jpg


And finally, the magazine stand we decoupaged.
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/magazinestand_before.jpg

Kiki did the decoupaging really, I just provided the knowledge and glue Wink
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/magazinestand_during.jpg
Decoupaged with silk, that seethrough one you saw above, and the seethrough ones in other colors which you can see spread around her here.

This is the finished stand, and a felt hat we made. (Wasn't supposed to be a hat, but we figured it'd work well as a hat..) The decoupaging kinda looks like asian paper or something, irl.
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/magazinestand_and_felthat_flash.jpg

No flash
http://crushinator.melladh.com/M/craft/sundsvall/magazinestand_and_felthat_noflash.jpg

That was kinda it Grin
We were gonna felt more, but she'd misplaced her papers where it said how much wool you needed... Wink
3605  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: "my country doesn't have that" swap signups CLOSED Send By 8/24/2005 on: July 15, 2005 12:59:27 PM
Maybe I do know and I'm just shocked Smiley Or maybe I don't.
3606  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: "my country doesn't have that" swap signups CLOSED Send By 8/24/2005 on: July 15, 2005 12:34:08 PM
psh i'd LOVE to get some swedish stuff!
Well, pray tell, what swedish stuff is there, that's "swedish"? Me and my friend tried to think of some stuff, but all we came up with was swedish wool, reindeer leather and horn, and tin thread.
swedish fish! i luv those candies  Grin
o_O
3607  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Latest News / Re: JULY 14 UPGRADES! on: July 15, 2005 11:43:19 AM
Ahh... I see.  I generally come on Craftster on my tablet, rather than our PCs which endure much more strain than this one.  We have Win XP Pro... so IE 6.0, as well.  I've never experienced too many difficulties in regards to Java, other than the original dl Microsoft's Java Virtual Machine thing, but I see how yours could just gets over java'd.

Ubuntu!  I don't know anyone who does, but I had read quite a bit about it at one point.  I think my boyfriend quite possibly could go into shock if there wasn't an interface to run our games, ha.

Honestly it seems to be a commonly occuring problem for anyone using the compiler, but people who don't (lucky bastards Wink ) don't seem to have the java issue like I do... Then again, the main reason could simply be that IE has a mind of it's own and doesn't like to be told what to do Wink

My boyfriend is running Ubuntu and we've checked into the possibilities of running windows games on it, but we haven't managed to fix it yet. We downloaded the source of WineX Cedega, which enabled us to install for example Morrowind, but for some reason it still won't run. But I have read that others have run things perfectly using Cedega - even running Morrowind in windowed mode, which is quite an impressive feat for such a heavy program.
3608  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: "my country doesn't have that" swap signups CLOSED Send By 8/24/2005 on: July 15, 2005 11:28:09 AM
psh i'd LOVE to get some swedish stuff!
Well, pray tell, what swedish stuff is there, that's "swedish"? Me and my friend tried to think of some stuff, but all we came up with was swedish wool, reindeer leather and horn, and tin thread.
3609  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Latest News / Re: JULY 14 UPGRADES! on: July 15, 2005 05:29:37 AM
Got scared there, 'cause only about 70% of craftster works in IE for me...

Wonder why IE works for some people on Craftster & not for others?

Well, personally, my main problem with IE seems to be that I run windows XP, and windows is fazing out all Java code and does not willingly support it... They do have some sort of support in IE, but not in XP, so after a while of hard use (I live by my computer, and I do a load of stuff on it, not just Office and webbrowsing and a little game..) it simply breaks down and can't handle any sort of java based code anymore. Maybe it's just pissed with my compiler, I don't know. I do know that windows will not allow you to both use the java compiler and the JVM at the same time, or atleast it does not support it and will want to crash the JVM... So maybe there's something there that breaks up the support in IE as well.
Honestly I have no idea, I'm thinking of crossing over to Ubuntu if we just figure out how to get our games working on it...
3610  Craft Swaps / ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED / Re: "my country doesn't have that" swap signups CLOSED Send By 8/24/2005 on: July 15, 2005 05:19:23 AM
I really hope there'll be another one of these during fall, when I might be able to participate, and add Sweden to that list.. ^^ (if anyone would want anything swedish, ever o_O)
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