Ten days ago, I had finally had it.
I had been created a photo gallery from the images of our first day in Rocky Mountain National Park. Unfortunately, I was having more difficulties than normal in getting the gallery uploaded to the server.
I had also been having more and more little problems with my computer — nothing serious that kept me from using it, just a bunch of little things that I either found a work-around on or just gave up on.
The computer was working and doing just about everything I needed, but it was 3 years old, and it was time for a change.
A drastic change.
No, I didn’t go out and buy a new computer, though that was a consideration.
Instead, I reset the computer back to the original software configuration. I’ve taken more drastic measures — such as reformatting the hard drive or buying a new one — to resolve problems with previous computers. This was bad enough, since I had to reload the programs I wanted and install all of the updates. That’s still not completely done.
I’ve also also figured out my problem with uploading material to the server. I’m in the process of downloading all of my material from the server and will be changing the way that I publish new stuff to the website. (The problem was in Microsoft FrontPage extensions, which I won’t be using any more.)
With working odd hours and dealing with all this, posting material from our September trip was interrupted. I will be posting more from the trip, hopefully in the next day or so.