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Glad to have you with us. [[User:Jamiemayhew|Jamie Mayhew]] 02:57, 13 April 2012 (UTC)
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Janell changed Sandbox2 for me. &nbsp;See the text above the boxes and see if you think that's enough. &nbsp;And Ha! &nbsp;you didn't sign the message on my discussion page.[[User:Averyld|averyld]] 21:02, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
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The page was not meant to be a biography of Thomas Barnardo, but an introduction to his schools &amp; homes as background for a researcher. I hope you can see that tens of thousands of children were affected by his schools and especially by being "boarded out" from England to Canada and Australia. Perhaps I should edit the article. I meant it to be a guide for people who may be descended from one of Barnardo's children. I would prefer the article not be deleted.&nbsp;
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Calavaras County, California

Glad to have you with us. Jamie Mayhew 02:57, 13 April 2012 (UTC)

PNG file transparency question

Hello!

I contacted you because I saw your name attached to this image:

https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/File:Tip_Post_it_Pin.png

I tried to use this image. See:

https://www.familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/User:JanaStokes/Sandbox

When I submitted the graphic for upload the transparancy was intact, but now isn't being perserved. The graphic has a drop shadow and it's "background" is transparent---so if one placed it on a colored background one would only see the post-it-note shape and it's shadow....not a black square.

Please advise! Thank you

JanaStokes 20:44, 7 June 2012 (UTC)

Lee,

Hum, when I look at the image on your sandbox page link it shows the black square. But you say on your machine, when you look at it there is no black square??? So is it a browser interpratation thing of PNG files? I'm using Firefox on an imac.

JanaStokes 22:20, 7 June 2012 (UTC)

AveryldSandbox2


Janell changed Sandbox2 for me.  See the text above the boxes and see if you think that's enough.  And Ha!  you didn't sign the message on my discussion page.averyld 21:02, 27 July 2012 (UTC)

Barnardo's children

Hello,


The page was not meant to be a biography of Thomas Barnardo, but an introduction to his schools & homes as background for a researcher. I hope you can see that tens of thousands of children were affected by his schools and especially by being "boarded out" from England to Canada and Australia. Perhaps I should edit the article. I meant it to be a guide for people who may be descended from one of Barnardo's children. I would prefer the article not be deleted. 

Maureen Keillor