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  • oasiscdm
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    Hi gulf that does not help me, although it explains what is happening, so thank you. If you look at my post #1, I have set up an index to the thread and to keep things happening I need to be able to edit that Post.

    It is painful to have to ask Utah beehiver to make any changes as he has his own things to do. On one of my last posts I needed to make a change to it. Seemed to be locked out within 48 hours. Feeling that maybe a week is a better time frame or even a month. Or

    Why can't it be setup that only the post owner can make changes? I worked in IT and know this is possible......

    On the other hand maybe I should be more careful, so my bad . I did find adding photos seemed different than previous posts hence the problem i had.

    Just seems a little messy the way impementation has happened, not withstanding the SCUM [as you said] that have nothing better to do. Shame they cannot use their talents for good.
    Last edited by oasiscdm; 08-29-2022, 01:47 AM.

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  • Gulf
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    Hi Colin,

    Any Member Moderator that you feel comfortable with can work with you to edit an older post. Some months ago we noticed spammers going back after a few weeks and editing their (seemingly legit) original posts to include CRAP links. Most forums have a time frame for which posts can be edited. They range from 30 minutes to 24 hours. At that time, I asked Forno Bravo to consider a time frame. I don't know what that time frame is or when it was applied. I'm guessing it was done on the last upgrade. It's BS that we have to do this but, there is SCUM out there that want to make money off of free forums such as ours.

    Anyways,
    Send a private message to me or to any of the other Member Moderators on what changes you want made .

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  • oasiscdm
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    Question for anyone.

    I used to be able to edit previous posts. Now although i am signed in I can only edit a new post but NOT any previous post. I cannot see any setting anywhere that allows me to adjust this. I need to be able to edit previous posts eg Post 1.

    Any clues?
    Last edited by oasiscdm; 08-28-2022, 02:26 AM.

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  • UtahBeehiver
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    Hey Collin,

    Turned out very nice. As always nice attention to detail so looking forward to seeing number two oven.

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  • oasiscdm
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    https://community.fornobravo.com/cor...EAAAICRAEAOw==​​ Finished Verandah in April, the open louvre roof is a great addition, now onto Garden, paving and then finally the Oven. Louvre glass panel being built for left side.




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  • oasiscdm
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    HI All sorry i gave been scarce has been a busy time since last post am now a grandfather have been busy trying to get verandah done and dusted before March deadline [will fail] due to material delays and tradesman delays wont succeed.

    I am getting verandah rendered currently and have ordered roof.

    Then onto paving after that I can start oven. Yay.

    ​​​​​​​Will post photos when a get a chance.

    In interim have mastered pizza in my inside oven [not the same but close]

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  • cobblerdave
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    G’day Colin
    you might want to check out “the other oven types section” v12spirit has made a welcome appearance and made mention of yourself
    regards Dave

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  • oasiscdm
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    Have been a bit scarce but ver busy. Have my Verandah frame completed and approved now.

    I will post some photos shortly.

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  • oasiscdm
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    And the Verandah and Deck continues
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  • oasiscdm
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    and some more. had to stop oven and begin verandah deck construction

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  • oasiscdm
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    Hi All

    Just checking in.

    Oven is pretty much on hold as I have had to begin construction on our Verandah and Deck. As my partner son's landscaping team have completed all the holes for the verandah posts and deck stumps. I have managed to get these concreted and all jbearers and oists installed for the deck. This weekend managed to get 6 posts installed with 2 left to install.

    Oven base completed and I'm up to the hearth but alas I have no room to set up the brick saw.

    Will post photos soon.


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  • oasiscdm
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    And some more. The flue is double skinned and insulated.

    I researched this to death and found a place in South Australia called Timeless Classic wood Stoves https://www.timelessclassicwoodstoves.com/

    The flue is 8" internal diameter made up of 1 metre, 250mm, tree cowl and a step down double to single for the anti down draft cowl. I will weld a 300 x 300 stainless plate to the bottom of the 250mm flue to act as the mount base with a hole cut out. Flue bits $500 + $59 delivery. Possibly overkill but flue I previously used on the first build l paid the same amount for shipped from the US. That one is now well over $1200. So being able to source in Australia was a bonus.

    The flue will be longer than the last one by about 300 so should aid drawing more.


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  • oasiscdm
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    Managed to get various bits happening, base finished, templates done and flue arrived. The insulation tiles are 230 x 600 x 75mm. The firebrick tiles 610 x 305 x 75 and are bloody heavy.

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  • Paul W
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    Hi Colin,
    Thanks for all the information and tips, will no doubt help with my build and I will check out the links, did you order an anchor plate from there aswell, I don't know much about them or where to get them here? thanks again,
    Last edited by Paul W; 08-23-2020, 05:41 AM.

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