I think the idea of this forum software is to make the website itself mobile-friendly, such that no app is needed.
If you view this on a mobile device, you'll see that it's rendered differently.
- The author is among the most famous. Ever.
- The book was extremely popular for many years, then fell out of favor and is almost unknown.
- The book was the author's favorite work.
- The author is still read by millions every year, even though he has been dead many years.
- The book is totally unlike what the author is known for.
There are the five clues...Who is the author and what is the title of the book?
God's New Testament.
@LuFins-Dad I agree, some of the questions were a little silly or nonsensical. I think the questions have to be read as your guess of "What is the most likely intention of the question authors on what the answer to the question implies?".
How about some data?
Fill out this form and post your result here.
Over here I'd be classified as far right in the current political climate.
AFD is far right. Not you.
Well, this is where the one-dimensional left-right spectrum is no longer suitable.
The AFD is currently being torn apart. There are roughly two fractions: Those who want a party that is characterized by strong nationalism and socialist policies, similar to National Rally (formerly known as National Front) in France. I have nothing in common whatsoever with these people. There's another fraction that basically wants something like what the CDU used to be 20 years ago, or maybe a bit like the Tories in the UK. They could be described as roughly conservative and economically (classical) liberal. I have some sympathy for those people, but I don't like that they have these other idiots in the same party.
But in any case, these days it is sufficient to be in favor of markets and capitalism or in favor of any form of immigration control to be deemed "far right" by many. In that sense I am far right, even though obviously I myself don't view it that way.
Why are you using physical filters as opposed to adding filters in Lightroom or the like?
My impression is that the only kind of filter that still makes sense as physical filter is neutral density. You cannot (easily) simulate the effects of longer exposure or shallower depth of field in post processing.
To Ax and Klaus: Thanks for your help, but I get in trouble with advice like this. Even the little bit of change I made in my system had horrific effects. (I'm still shut out of my bank; hopefully will fix that today.) I can't be trusted with any kind of autonomous behavior when it comes to computers. Am compelled to blindly and dumbly obey. The computer gods get wrathful any time I get uppity.
IOW, I computer like Rainman cooks.
The reply box dropping off the edge is fine, just fine. I can live with it! No problem! Really!
Hey Catseye3 is your problem this one.?