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Old 08-13-2012, 11:58 PM   #71
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Cory,

You know I was just bustin your b**lz....

Guidry, what platform are you using Android, iOS....

Also Cory, can you email me a copy, I want to test it on a few program's I have on my iPad

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I know that Tim.

Just sent you the copy via email.

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On the iPad, I can open and move around with Numbers. Although it does not support the linked cells. I would guess that you could do all your work on a computer, then just save the completed brew sheet and open it on your device. I can't test this right now, my pc is in Colorado, and I am still in Belgium.

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Good news. In the midst of selling a house last Fall I made a beer. While moving I stored it in a friend's basement and totally forgot about it (we were in the middle of building a new home for a few months). It's been fermenting/sitting there for almost a year. Remembered it yesterday and grabbed it from him. Probably won't be as good as it could have been since it's been sitting in warmer temps than I'd like, but it's on gas right now getting primed for tasting. Funny thing is, I don't even know what it is. My computer went down about 6 months ago and my wife had it cleaned before she knew I had docs/stuff I wanted to save. Pretty sure it's an Amber I was making as a session beer for friends when they come over. Guess I'll find out here soon.

I'm getting the itch again to get after it. As soon as it turns fairly chilly I'll be brewing and updating the workbook.
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Old 08-18-2012, 03:07 AM   #74
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I'm not seeing this.. all I see is a Rapidshare page.. ???
I believe the link is dead right now Bill. Send me your email via pm and I'll send you a copy directly. Once I get the next update done I'll be re-posting a link.

Edit - Actually, the link is working. I just checked it. You need to choose the middle option of Save File to Computer by hitting the Download button. Otherwise, send me you email and I'll send you a copy of the version I'm working on right now. Both are very similar.

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On the iPad, I can open and move around with Numbers. Although it does not support the linked cells. I would guess that you could do all your work on a computer, then just save the completed brew sheet and open it on your device.
Hey Tim,

Any chance you can share that Numbers file? I'm also a mac and iOS guy and can't open this .xlsx file...

Thanks guys!
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Any chance you can share that Numbers file? I'm also a mac and iOS guy and can't open this .xlsx file...

Thanks guys!
I can indeed, sorry it took so long for me to rely, IM me your email
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For the first time in over a year I am brewing today. Will be using the workbook and making any necessary adjustments to help improve it. Just mashed in and the strike temp/mash temp worked perfectly once again. Just like riding a bike

Decided to begin the new year it was best to kick it off with an Imperial IPA. Here's to it turning out
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Yes! Glad to hear it!

The download link doesn't work for me. RapdiShare says no file exists.

Can you send a copy?
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I'm receiving the same error message. Tried both IE and Firefox. No luck.
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Hey guys - Send me a pm with your email addresses and I'll shoot you a copy via email. Once I make upgrades that are worth posting a new version I'll start a new thread dedicated to that version.

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