Well, that was easy, Peter.
I went in directly through the app, whereas I usually get into Facebook
differently. Not being a regular user, I normally get in by responding to a
notification, and maybe that made it react differently to my search.
The photo in your email came through as well. That was a first for me after
all the attempts with test emails.
So, suddenly the sun is shining and all is well in the world.
And I've managed to get a look at Martin's photos of dulcis, which we were
lucky enough to see with John Young some years ago at Lockhart River. Stunning
The conservation battle is never finally won; the development battle is.
> On 11 May 2015, at 5:03 am, Peter Shute <> wrote:
> I assume you're logged into Facebook, Peter? I don't think much works in
> Facebook unless you are. If I enter birding-aus in the search box, it's at
> the top of the resulting list.
> I'm attaching a screen dump of my search just now in the iPad app, but I'm
> not sure if it's of a file type that will get through the list's filters.
> Peter Shute
> Sent from my iPad
>> On 10 May 2015, at 8:06 pm, Peter Morgan <> wrote:
>> After a couple of days of frustration, I'm giving up. I can't figure out
>> how to get on to the Facebook page. I got to one point where it said to do
>> something "on this page", but I couldn't see anything to do. (From memory,
>> it said it was easy). Searching in Facebook produces sites that have nothing
>> to do with Australia's birding-aus, and downloading the "groups" app didn't
>> seem to do anything.
>> I'll stop worrying about photos, and do something else.
>> Peter Morgan
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