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Old 08-06-2020, 04:13 PM   #1
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I recently saw a card in the gallery that I really liked and I commented on it. Now I wanted to take a second look at the card and can't find it. Is there a way to see the cards that I commented on?
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Hmm that's a good idea for an enhancement. There's a way to see all your forum posts, but not your gallery comments.

However, you can change the time frame for viewing the gallery and you should be able to see it that way - ie 1 day, 7 days etc.
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Do you happen to remember who made it? or if it was for a challenge? The challenges have dedicated gallery things... You could click on the person's gallery-find any comment by them anywhere....right click their name...
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Do you happen to remember who made it? or if it was for a challenge? The challenges have dedicated gallery things... You could click on the person's gallery-find any comment by them anywhere....right click their name...



That's a good idea and I tried that. I thought it was for an inspiration challenge...but I looked through the
most recent inspiration challenges and did not see what I was looking for. It was a card using the SU Upsy Daisy set, and I tried looking through that gallery but had no luck either.
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Hmm that's a good idea for an enhancement. There's a way to see all your forum posts, but not your gallery comments.

However, you can change the time frame for viewing the gallery and you should be able to see it that way - ie 1 day, 7 days etc.


Oh, its my forum posts I can see! I thought it was the gallery comments. Where do I see the forum posts I've made, just for future reference.
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Do you happen to remember who made it? or if it was for a challenge? The challenges have dedicated gallery things... You could click on the person's gallery-find any comment by them anywhere....right click their name...



That's a good idea and I tried that. I thought it was for an inspiration challenge...but I looked through the
most recent inspiration challenges and did not see what I was looking for. It was a card using the SU Upsy Daisy set, and I tried looking through that gallery but had no luck either.


Sadly, that depends on people choosing to upload to the right gallery and including set names in their keywords/write-ups to ensure the card will show up in manual searches. The gallery mods, if I say it myself, are quite good at moving non fan-club member uploads to the correct gallery but often people don't identify the stamp used which doesn't make it easy.

You can find your forum posts by right-clicking on your username beside a post and choosing from the options there. You can find them from the Member List too, but that's very slow to load. From memory, you can also find a link in your own profile page, the one with the profile picture.
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If it hasn't been too far back in time, you might check your browser history.


Just a thought...
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If that happens to me (well, I should say when...) here's what I do.

First, since I know the set, I try to search on SCS first. On the main gallery page over on the left side there is a box that says search. Put Upsy Daisy in that box. The advantage to that search is that it will get cards that people put in other places than the stamp set gallery itself. It catches any reference to the stamp set anywhere in the upload.

Second, I try a google image search. I would google "Stampin Up Upsy Daisy card ideas". Sometimes I find it that way.
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Great idea Fionna. I googled it. If the card you want is not here, maybe you will see another that will be good. If the maker is a SU demo it might be here.

https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C...w=1280&bih=578

mcost....We might be able to reverse engineer this....was there another product on there you know? We could search on that. A die or an ink...? What about the sentiment? Was it sympathy? We might be able to search on that.


I tried Instagram. It is new to me. Nada. I might not done it right.
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In the future you may want to save it to your favorites. That way it should be easier to find.
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Mary Ann, I’m kind of a Captain Obvious kind of stamper....we have incredibly talented stamp/card sleuths right here on SCS, so I would I simply ask for their help in finding it. Describe the card as best as you can (image, stamp set, theme of card, anything distinctive about the card that you remember). Then politely ask the sleuths for their assistance. Chances are excellent someone, or several someone’s, will answer your plea and come up with some likely matches.

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Thanks everyone for all all the good suggestions! I tried most of them but still have not found the card. I've looked at so many Upsy Daisy cards, that I'm not sure now that I would even recognize it.


The card I remember commenting on used the Upsy Daisy stamp in a different way, which is what caught my attention. Instead of stamping it in black as a silhouette like I usually do, I think she stamped it and then colored with markers or pencils in shades of orange, yellow and maybe pink. I think it might have been on a dark background, so the technique might have been something like black magic, where you stamp with white ink and then color over the white ink (and yes, I did search the Black Magic technique gallery). Are there other techniques like Black Magic?
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Thanks everyone for all all the good suggestions! I tried most of them but still have not found the card. I've looked at so many Upsy Daisy cards, that I'm not sure now that I would even recognize it.


The card I remember commenting on used the Upsy Daisy stamp in a different way, which is what caught my attention. Instead of stamping it in black as a silhouette like I usually do, I think she stamped it and then colored with markers or pencils in shades of orange, yellow and maybe pink. I think it might have been on a dark background, so the technique might have been something like black magic, where you stamp with white ink and then color over the white ink (and yes, I did search the Black Magic technique gallery). Are there other techniques like Black Magic?

Poppin' Pearls, Chalk Board are two that come to mind
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Was it one of these:

WT794 Poppin Daisies vky by Vickie Y - at Splitcoaststampers

Virtual Nighttime Garden by berlycece - at Splitcoaststampers
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I found the card I was looking for! It was in the Chalkboard gallery, so thank you jeanne3579 for your suggestion. Here's the card:
Daisy Wishes


Now I'm curious why it didn't show up in my search for cards using SU Upsy Daisy. Upsy Daisy is listed as the stamp set used, but its not one of the tags, so I guess the search function only searches the tags and not any other information listed?


I also found out that if you click on your name in the gallery, it will bring up your profile, and there is a section there for your "last comment posted". So if you were looking for a card that you very recently posted on, you could at least find the last card you commented on. In my case, that was helpful, because I had commented on another card in the Chalkboard gallery, and so was able to find the one I was looking for.
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Glad I could help. That is certainly a gorgeous card. Thank for sharing it.
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I've tried using regular search and advanced search to see if there was any difference. I almost always use advanced because I'm usually searching for something by a specific person, and I know for sure it searches all fields, not just the keywords. But Marg's card also showed up in my search results just using the regular search and upsy daisy. I'm glad you found it.
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