Jig for Biscuit Joiners

I did a google search and didn't find what I wanted.
A while back, I saw a jig or fixture made for a plate joiner for doing long miters. Long miters meaning what you may see on a toy box case for instance. It was a 45* ramp type thing that the biscuit joiner rode on and the piece to be biscuited sat flat on the workbench if you understand what I mean.
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Like above where the double line is the toy box side. The asterixes represent the plate joiner. And the slashes are the 45* slope of the jig.
My ASCII are sucks, but I hope you can understand what I'm describing.
I need to build a toy box type item and I want to miter the case sides, and I'd like to do it with a biscuit joiner. Rather than trying to support the biscuit jointer with the small part of the mitered face, I thought building this jig would work better. I just can't remember where I saw it.
Any help, pictures, links or suggestions would be great appreciated.
Thank you.
Rick
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Or maybe you can share websites that contain pictures and or descriptions of your favorite plate joiner jigs. Maybe I can adapt something else for what I need.
Thanks again.
Rick

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The only biscuit joiner jig I've ever considered buying is this one:
http://www.woodhaven.com/singleproduct/Main/Unique+Tools/Biscuit+Master///967/?fromsearch=1
It looks so versatile and I know from experience how useful it could be. But, that said, I also know how to make all those cuts pretty easily without the jig, so I haven't flopped the cash down yet and I'm not sure if I will.
But, that's the one I'd get if I was going to buy one.
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It was in an issue of Wood, American Woodworker, or Fine Woodworker. Since I get all three, I don't recall which but I suspect Wood magazine.
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