Thursday, April 26, 2012

What the hell?

I did a blog about these pictures yesterday. I had a bus tour come and tour, My Old Historic House. i did not save it and some how I deleted it by accident. Sorry, thanks as usual for stopping by.

After the tour of the house I got on the tour bus and took them on a tour of our little part of the world. They all seemed to really ejoy it all. Thanks for stopping by, sorry I lost the original post, somehow, with this new blogger layout. Bring the old one back, PLEASE!
  Sorry about the bad language. I am having all kind of  problems trying to figure out how to use the new Blogger layout. I say if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Why may I ask, would they go and do this and make it so hard to figure out??? Please go back to the old way, the one that was so easy and I knew how to do it!!!Richard from My Old Historic House.
   Some how, while trying to figure this mess out I deleted the last two post. Sorry. I don't even know how I did it and I sure don't know why all these empty post keep popping up. Help me! Richard from My Old Historic House

14 comments:

Babs said...

Richard, I know what you mean about the new interface. You can go back to the old one...on the new dashboard in the upper right hand side, where it says "English" there's a little cog wheel. Click on it and on the drop down menu it gives you the option to go back to the old dashboard. Hope this helps...at least for the time being. I don't see that the new one is any better, just different.
I like the old one better.

Olive Cooper said...

I know, my dashboard is missing. However I can get it on someone else's page. Bab's comment is brilliant.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

I changed mine back to the old version and will stay on that til they get rid of it. To add insult to injury photo bucket changed their edit program with no notice or instructions.:( The complaints are massive.

Decor & Harmony said...

Love the blog title! You'll figure something out, it's growing pains for everyone :)

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

Well, the good Lord sent me here today! I read your post and was going to comment that I hate the new dashboard too... Then I saw the first comment from Babs. She is brilliant! I just clicked over to my own blog and changed it back to the older dashboard layout! YAY! Now I MUST go to visit Babs to thank her. Have a great day, Richard!
Best,
Gloria

Victorian1885 said...

I feel your pain Richard.. I do not like the new changes at all. Have a great evening!

GinaBVictorian said...

Oh Richard! Nice title! You make me laugh. Okay, call me dingy but I don't see what is different. I did look to see what Bab's suggested, so that is good to know if I find I need it. Smile Richard!

momto8 said...

you can go back to the old blogger by going into your dashboard and clicking the thing that looks like a wheel...it will open and give you options..click on go to old blogger.

Butterbean Row said...

Hi Richard,
I know what you mean, if it ain't broke , don't fix it!
It is a constant trial.
I am glad to see you today.

♥charlotte

we three dogs and me said...

Hi Richard I am with you I am changing back now that someone us how to do it. Sorry we missed your post.

andrew1860 said...

Hi Richard. I feel the same way you do. I'm sorry you lost your post. I have about 200 unpublished post and would not like to lose one. Just when I was finishing learning how to use the old blog they go and change it on us.

Historical Ken said...

Thank you Babs! I immediately went back to the old dashboard. I know it won't last forever, but I'll take it for as long as I can! I despise this new dashboard look!

Jacque said...

Hi Richard,

Stopping by to catch up on my blog reading and I am feeling your pain! I hate it when they "FIX" things that aren't broken, i.e. Blogger and Facebook. It prevents me from posting because I get so darn angry!!

I love the Diva Day post. You did a wonderful presentation with the Brunch. That is a great idea and more small towns should have those.

I can just imagine the bus tour you gave of your hometown, as well. I appreciate people who take pride in their history. I just soak it up like a pig wallowing in mud!

Your home is exquisite and I love reading your blogs. Thanks for sharing!

Jacque said...

Hi Richard,

Stopping by to catch up on my blog reading and I am feeling your pain! I hate it when they "FIX" things that aren't broken, i.e. Blogger and Facebook. It prevents me from posting because I get so darn angry!!

I love the Diva Day post. You did a wonderful presentation with the Brunch. That is a great idea and more small towns should have those.

I can just imagine the bus tour you gave of your hometown, as well. I appreciate people who take pride in their history. I just soak it up like a pig wallowing in mud!

Your home is exquisite and I love reading your blogs. Thanks for sharing!