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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Deejay » 21 Mar 2019, 08:30

Morning Bob

Thanks for doing this.

https://pennymoor-timber.co.uk/

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It was a few years back, but they were fine then.

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 21 Mar 2019, 11:00

Deejay wrote:Morning Bob

Thanks for doing this.

https://pennymoor-timber.co.uk/

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It was a few years back, but they were fine then.

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Woodster » 21 Mar 2019, 14:13

Andyp wrote:Curious. Can you please try the Members Map and see what happens.


No, that doesn’t work with Safari either.

Edit: if I click and hold on the link and wait for the pop up menu to appear and then choose “open in Google Maps” it opens ok.

Edit 2: Just tried this with the Timber merchants link and “open in Google Maps” is not an option as it is in the members link.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 21 Mar 2019, 14:22

Woodster wrote:
Andyp wrote:Curious. Can you please try the Members Map and see what happens.


No, that doesn’t work with Safari either.


I'd say that you must have some problem with your set up.

The members map has been is place for a long time and I cannot recall any complaints. I'm mainly PC based apart from an old Iphone that I use but don't pretend to understand the detail but it too uses safari.

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Andyp » 21 Mar 2019, 14:40

Woodster wrote:
Andyp wrote:Curious. Can you please try the Members Map and see what happens.


No, that doesn’t work with Safari either.

Edit: if I click and hold on the link and wait for the pop up menu to appear and then choose “open in Google Maps” it opens ok.

Edit 2: Just tried this with the Timber merchants link and “open in Google Maps” is not an option as it is in the members link.


In Safari - Preferences - Security - Web Content . Do you have Enable Java Script Checked? I just unchecked mine and I could not open either Timbers Suppliers Map nor the members Map.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Woodster » 21 Mar 2019, 17:03

Andyp wrote:
In Safari - Preferences - Security - Web Content . Do you have Enable Java Script Checked? I just unchecked mine and I could not open either Timbers Suppliers Map nor the members Map.


Those menus don’t appear under Safari on my iPad.

On my iPad Pro running iOS 12.1.4 it’s Safari - Advaced - JavaScript, and yes it’s on.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Woodster » 21 Mar 2019, 17:25

I can open both the members and the timber merchants maps but the links work in slightly different ways on my iPad.
I wondered why this may be the case until I viewed the two links.

They are obviously not in the same format. I’ve had to take a screen shot as it doesn’t display the entire text.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Andyp » 21 Mar 2019, 19:17

Woodster wrote:
Andyp wrote:
In Safari - Preferences - Security - Web Content . Do you have Enable Java Script Checked? I just unchecked mine and I could not open either Timbers Suppliers Map nor the members Map.


Those menus don’t appear under Safari on my iPad.

On my iPad Pro running iOS 12.1.4 it’s Safari - Advaced - JavaScript, and yes it’s on.


Sorry. You are right. I switched off Java Script on the iMac.

I have just made a recoding of what happens on my iPad which I will post later here and the the Technical Bug thread. when Marks drops by he may have some more ideas.

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Woodster » 21 Mar 2019, 23:02

I think this may be because I have the Google Maps app installed on my iPad. The link simply opens the app without any custom points. If you don’t have the app installed then it looks like it opens a Google Maps page within Safari.
Luckily you only need to use the link once if you have the app as Google Maps seems to save custom maps which is handy. ;)
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 21 Mar 2019, 23:13

Woodster wrote:I think this may be because I have the Google Maps app installed on my iPad. The link simply opens the app without any custom points. If you don’t have the app installed then it looks like it opens a Google Maps page within Safari.
Luckily you only need to use the link once if you have the app as Google Maps seems to save custom maps which is handy. ;)


I wonder if ipad Google maps also checks for updates as both forum maps get new points added from time to time but the link itself is unchanged.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Woodster » 21 Mar 2019, 23:58

Let me know when you add something and I’ll check.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 22 Mar 2019, 10:34

Woodster wrote:Let me know when you add something and I’ll check.


I've added a new test location, in blue and in the north sea near Hull

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Woodster » 22 Mar 2019, 11:31

Hi Bob, yes it’s there! :D Note that this is in the Google Maps app as I mentioned. Not a page in a Browser.
This is a very handy feature in Google Maps as it seems to remember any custom maps that you’ve visited. I now have five custom maps in the app on my iPad.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 22 Mar 2019, 11:57

Woodster wrote:Hi Bob, yes it’s there! :D Note that this is in the Google Maps app as I mentioned. Not a page in a Browser.
This is a very handy feature in Google Maps as it seems to remember any custom maps that you’ve visited. I now have five custom maps in the app on my iPad.


Thanks, Seems like a nice feature especially of you are out and about mobile and looking at a map does not gobble uneccessary data.

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Woodster » 22 Mar 2019, 13:58

Yes it’s a very handy feature. I’ve no idea how I got it but this is one of the other custom maps I’ve got in the app. Chestnut products stockists.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Malc2098 » 22 Mar 2019, 14:34

Bob,

This is my supplier's website.
http://www.devonlogstores.co.uk/index.php/site/sawn_timber/

However, the address given and the landline number is his home next door to County Hall at Exeter because the mobile signal is so poor and unreliable at the farm.

This is their Facebook page.
https://www.facebook.com/Devonlogstoresuk/
Although I don't know if that works if you're not registered with FB

But the farm address is below and they are also contactable via Facebook messenger at either end of the working day, usually, as well as the landline.

Grantland Farm, Poughill
EX17 4LG

Quoted from his website.......

We have an assortment of sawn timber suitable for general use or for the craftsman or furniture maker. Both hardwood boards and softwood boards are usually in stock including ash, oak, beech, cherry, alder, birch, poplar, Douglas fir, larch, spruce and Scots pine in boards of various thicknesses, but please enquire about availability. Timber is either air dried or green and can be cut to size if required.
We can also supply boards, beams, lintels and other structural timbers for building and renovation projects.
Our timber is either sourced locally or from our own managed woodlands, which enable our prices to be very competitive.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 22 Mar 2019, 15:15

Thanks Malcolm

Duly added to the map now

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Jimmy Mack » 23 Mar 2019, 19:21

HTH, Jim


https://www.dragontimber.co.uk
Leeds LS28 6JP

http://www.nichetimbers.co.uk
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https://www.laver.co.uk/content/hardwood

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 23 Mar 2019, 21:01

Jimmy Mack wrote:HTH, Jim


https://www.dragontimber.co.uk
Leeds LS28 6JP

http://www.nichetimbers.co.uk
Wakefield WF2 9LP

https://www.laver.co.uk/content/hardwood

Leeds. LS10 1SW
Bradford. BD2 1AR
Sheffield S8 0UH


Thanks Jim

All added to the map now

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Norty Raskel » 27 Apr 2019, 11:03

I've been using Glenmere timber recently and I've been very happy with the service and pricing.

Note they only sell hardwood and don't offer any machining to size.

Glenmere Timber
Market Harborough LE16 7GY

http://glenmere-timber.co.uk/
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 27 Apr 2019, 11:18

Norty Raskel wrote:I've been using Glenmere timber recently and I've been very happy with the service and pricing.

Note they only sell hardwood and don't offer any machining to size.

Glenmere Timber
Market Harborough LE16 7GY

http://glenmere-timber.co.uk/


Thanks Jon
Added to the map now.
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby 9fingers » 01 May 2019, 19:06

After a bit of a delay we now have the timber suppliers map on the map as it were.

Cast your eyes up to the upper left hand area of every forum page where you will find a direct link to the map with a single click.

Any further suggestions for suppliers to add to the map are always welcome.

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby TrimTheKing » 01 May 2019, 22:53

9fingers wrote:Cast your eyes up to the upper left hand area of every forum page where you will find a direct link to the map with a single click...


Upper left... :eusa-think:
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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby Andyp » 02 May 2019, 06:16

Just in case there is any confusion:-

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Re: Timber suppliers map

Postby RogerS » 02 May 2019, 06:25

TrimTheKing wrote:
9fingers wrote:Cast your eyes up to the upper left hand area of every forum page where you will find a direct link to the map with a single click...


Upper left... :eusa-think:


No wonder I didn't get it :lol: Perhaps Bob should alert us all when he's out on the road driving. 8-)
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