Actually it's a Usenet message ID (looks like an email address
because of the @ sign at the end).
To me, it doesn't look like a link. Perhaps some newsreaders
present message IDs as links, I dunno.
Also, my newsreader doesn't display PDF files, just JPG, GIF,
and PNG. I think that's true of most newsreaders.
My suggestion to the OP is he should start over with his
question, preferably by actually asking it in words, and
either post a picture (not a PDF) in the binaries group, or
put his PDF on a web server somewhere.
On 8/24/2015 6:13 PM, email@example.com wrote:
This worked fine. PDF files display automatically with Thunderbird if
you have the Adobe Acrobat plugin installed.
As for the design, I like a solid plywood back let into rabbet. I like
top and bottom shelf glued into rabbet in the sides, and shelves in
between on shelf pins.
Also, unless this is a special purpose bookcase, standard shelves are
12" (11 1/4") and if it is only 4' tall and on the floor, it should have
an overhanging table like top, with molding under the over hang.
Other than that, the design shown is OK, just not how I normally would
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