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[Knuckleheads News] Saving, Viewing and Sharing Imbuing Projects.

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Greetings Everyone

Just wish to take a minute of your time to remind you, and/or explain you about the project saving feature connected to the imbuing calculator.

On the Imbuing Calculator You find this segment below the actual calculator.

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You can enter a keyword description to remind yourself or who you share it with (See below) to help in aiding to identify the correct project. And press the green button to save it into the database. When you submit your project, you will get a page similar to this:

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The underlined ID, is a tag you or anyone else can use the Imbuing Projects page, regardless of being logged in or not.

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If you are registered, and access the project page, you will be presented of a list of all your saved projects.

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After clicking the "Fetch!" button, either after typing the ID in the input box, or the link in your project list, you will see the associated project in your browser.

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That's it!

There is only one "catch", and that is, that the one saving the project, must be registered and currently logged into our site, which by the way is free forever.

Thank you for your time.

-Gilmour


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