Høsten er like omskiftelig som den pleier å være, ja faktisk mer enn vanlig! Her har jeg samlet et lite knippe med bilder både når ting ser lysere ut og når det bare er trist! 🙂

Autumn is as changeable as it usually is, in fact, more than usual! Here I have collected a small bunch of pictures both when things look brighter and when it’s just sad! 🙂

Den gode nyheten er at Den gamle klassiske editoren finnes her fortsatt! De hadde bare kamuflert ‘døren’ inn enda litt bedre!  Så da er det kanskje en mulighet for å fortsette bloggingen enda i en periode? Men jeg må innrømme at jeg begynner å bli ganske lei av alle disse endringene uten forutgående forklaringer!!!

The good news is that the ‘Old Classic Editor’ is still here, still available; they have only camouflaged the way inside in a different way, but I must admit I’m getting pretty fed up with all these changes without any explanations on beforehand. My cup is getting rather filled up!

(Compliments of SRB)
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26 Responses to Really!

  1. allysoally says:

    Lovely photos Svein…you captured the different moods well!

  2. Fantastic, sweet colours!

  3. utesmile says:

    Fantastic colours. Autumn is a wonderful season with the colours, even though it is cold the colours look warm.
    I also have found the Classic editor as I like it very much, I know I would have much trouble with the new one, so I also stick with it. I just don’t understand why they have to change it all the time.

    • Seenorway says:

      To prove themselves to their managing director documented their qualifications and their wages! They don’t care a hoot in hell about the consequences for their users!
      The world may seem a bit unfair at times! As for myself, I was milliseconds away from terminating my credit card and leave the WP, but they saved themselves by responding rather quickly showing me where to find the door opener to Old Classic.
      Originally, of course, they don’t want us to know!

  4. cichosza says:

    piękne oznaki jesieni !

  5. -Eugenia says:

    Yay! You got to the classic editor! Beautiful shots and seems fall is definitely arriving in your back yard!

    I subscribe to WP’s newsletters, which is how I learn about what they’re doing. It’s free, however, I doubt many people know about it or want to take the time to read it. Even those brilliant techies that create the themes for WP are struggling with the new editor. So hang in there and don’t give up!

    • Seenorway says:

      I never was a ‘techie’, but I was fortunate enough to have a job that involved using PC-work in the mid 80’thies. Then my age was about 55 and my brain would co-operate to a certain extent :-), but – it’s way too late nowadays! I have told them time and time again
      that elderly people cannot remember what they are told for more than a couple of days at a time 🙂 , thus it is pretty futile to follow any newsletters regarding technical issues! So I don’t bother to use the time! If they won’t listen, nor understand, it is entirely up to them, but I am here as long as my access to the old Classic Editor is open – and not a single minute longer! That is final! (And they should know! I have told them a dozen times!)

      • -Eugenia says:

        I hope they continue to make the classic editor visible to users.

        • Seenorway says:

          I don’t think they want to, otherwise, they could have made one visible line:
          Please indicate your preferred editor and 2 boxes to mark off, but they do not!
          Instead, they try to hide the entrance and only reveal ‘how-to’ when things get tough!
          Well, I will renew my option to ‘Premium’ for another year, but if I get any more nonsense
          I’ll make the quickest exit you have ever seen, and I won’t be looking back!

        • Seenorway says:

          It may be hard to admit that their new fancy editor is so fancy that only seasoned programmers can use it? But if they one day decide to take the Old Classic away, they will surely lose 60-70% of their bloggers over the next 2-3 weeks.

  6. Change in seasons cannot be put on pause, maybe thats a good thing. As for WP…. progress is inevitable but most changes seem counter productive changes for us simple users.

  7. You are certainly a keen photographer. Thank you for capturing those sumptuous autumn colours.

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