The â€œlost sonâ€ went home again! It really was in the piano (Steingraeber C-212) for about a four hour rehearsal and the 90 minutes concert as shown in the picture ! Nobody was disturbed, unbelievable. Obviously the hammer didnâ€™t produce any clicking or so.
I am happy to have it again ðŸ˜…. But there is a little doubt about myself...
You can still see some traces of chalk I made for mating. That was in the middle of the keyboard. Even more astonishing.
Thanks again for all your words!
PS how can I directly see the picture in the post?
Unfortunately, it is not easy to put a picture in your post. It is a multi-step process that can be learned, and, like piano tuning, after about a hundred times, it gets faster.
1) Go to the â€˜Piano Photo Galleryâ€™ and start a â€˜New Image Galleryâ€™.
2) Put in a Title and a Description. I usually use just the same one word or letter to speed things up.
3) Near the bottom of the post click on â€˜Image Manager
4) Click on â€˜Select a file to attachâ€™ and upload the image using one of the options presented. Leave the â€˜File Captionâ€™ blank.
5) Click â€˜Doneâ€™.
6) Click â€˜Post New Threadâ€™.
7) Click on the image and open it in a new window.
8) Click on the URL addresss line and copy the whole address. It will always look something like â€œhttp://forum.pianoworld.com//gallery/42/full/9062.jpgâ€. I believe the only change will be the image number - 9062.
9) Now you can start a reply post in any Forum using the Full Editor.
10) Click on the Image Icon and paste (delete the â€˜http:// already there) the copied URL in the address box.
11) Once you have set up the â€˜New Image Galleryâ€™, just click on â€˜editâ€™ to add new images. The â€˜editâ€™ function is always available. It never times out.
You are done. This is how I do it in Safari on the iPad. The procedure may vary on other platforms.
If anyone knows a faster way, please teach me.