Bookmarks?

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mental
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Bookmarks?

Postby mental » May 11th, 2022, 12:36 am

Would there be any way to bookmark issues? Or even a history of what issues you have viewed? I overlooked an effect, and want to find it again. Much to my chagrin I can’t even search for it. As I believe it’s only explained on video. It may have been some sort of color change card effect. I think I remember seeing the Jack of Hearts. The effect used “d**b*e st**k t*pe” or “d**ble s*d*d t*pe”. If anyone possibly remembers what issue it’s from, please let me know.

Thanks,

Mental

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Re: Bookmarks?

Postby Richard Kaufman » May 11th, 2022, 10:49 am

Laymen don't come here. You don't have to abort the English language in your question.
That aside, I don't remember. Sorry, there is no way to bookmark issues.
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Re: Bookmarks?

Postby Q. Kumber » May 11th, 2022, 11:28 am

A few years back an annual index was included with issue #12 of each volume.

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Re: Bookmarks?

Postby mental » May 11th, 2022, 10:47 pm

Sorry, Mr Kaufman I’ve corrected it now.

It may have been some sort of color change card effect. I think I remember seeing the Jack of Hearts. The effect used “double stick tape” or “double sided tape” and some sort of repositionable glue. If anyone possibly remembers what issue it’s from, please let me know.

I take it there is no way to see a history of what magazines were viewed either?

Thanks,

Mental

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Re: Bookmarks?

Postby Joe Lyons » May 12th, 2022, 8:10 am

Don't know if it's the one you're looking for but in the July 2017 edition with Bill Malone on the cover Martin Lewis's "Colossal Floating Card" incorporates glue, tape, a card transposition and the Jack of Hearts.


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