That's always happened. If you go back a page when it happens, you can copy and then paste the text into a new reply.
If it would be that easy, I wouldn't complain - going back (at least in IE) I just get an empty reply screen - no chance to recover the text
Now I had trouble finding it again! At 50 images per page, it's now on p 15.
(it was on 12 before, I'm sure!)
This was one of my comments - we had a similar problem recently with a reference to Richard More's Strathearn pages: referring to a position on an index page, when the user selects the number of images per page, is bound to fail in many cases.
Re your weight, Sue:
Many images on ScotlandsGlass are scanned catalogue images - decent "original photographs" will usually be better. My recommendation (due to the large backlog of images for ScotlandsGlass)
- post images here (watch the size limit!) for immediate viewing and
- send me the higher resolution original images by direct mail for ScotlandsGlass.
Weights marked CIIG are not necessarily weights with a flaw - could be some special engraving, either on customer's request, or for someone just to practise - and later sold in the factory shop. Your weight will likely fall into the latter category: the standard design is not engraved.
This is shorter than the original (not meant to be less polite) and I'm not taking the risk of deleting this text again by trying to add an attachment