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How do you get permanent marker to stay on a whiteboard? Topic: How to write a cover sheet
June 17, 2019 / By Camden
Question: Okay I have made a Dungeons and Dragons battle mat from a white board, It is a graph of 1 inch by 1 inch squares. I drew it with permanent marker, but when I draw on it with the dry erase marker and go to erase it, it also takes the graph lines with it. What can I do to get the lines on the graph to stay on?
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Algar Algar | 5 days ago
You could try making those permanent marker lines darker by going over them several times to at least make the marks darker once they're erased over. Or you could try things like: ..."paint markers" ......or perhaps acrylic paints or tinted polyurethanes painted on (between 2 parallel lines of masking or painter's tapes) ...pigment pens (often used for writing on photographs) ...tapes (especially the vinyl or other ones for layouts: http://mywhiteboards.com/vinylcharttape.... https://www.google.com/search?q=chart+ta... ) ...use markers or any of the other things, then cover your whiteboard with a sheet of vinyl (from fabric stores by the yard) or any other kind of large plastic sheeting you can find ...some companies will put your marks on permanently, but for a price** Some of those might crack over time though or have little crevices along the edges (like the tapes perhaps), but that might be a problem for you or not depending the way you play on the board. This link may have many more ideas, etc: https://www.google.com/search?q=white+bo... ...and more ideas here: ** http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120908010148AApDI8l .
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Algar Originally Answered: Where should we stay in chicago and what areas do we want to stay away from?
Well, we travel there on business and the obvious answer is what is your intent and where are the things you want to do. If you want to do the shopping and museum trip, there's a great deal of downtown accommodations ... in a variety of price ranges. 877 Chicago has some great deals. And, if you want to get a good deal on meals, restaurant.com is handy. If you have something to do in the suburbs, then you'll want to stay close to it. Even at non-peak hours, there isn't enough highway and too many tolls. Now, I know you're trying to politely ask about tough neighborhoods. While some of the African American and Hispanic areas on the South side could be rough, stay aware no matter where you are going. Don't look like an aimless tourist ... walk with confidence and purpose.
Algar Originally Answered: Where should we stay in chicago and what areas do we want to stay away from?
Having lived and done house calls as a nurse in Chicago I can certainly tell you to stay NORTH of Addison St. actually just about NORTH of anywhere. If you find yourself around California and Grand area for example, FLOOR IT! LOCK YOUR DOORS! I ran into some rough areas around Kedzie, etc. If you stay in the Irving Park/Portage Park area on the Northwest side you're in fairly good territory as I lived in the 3800 block of N. Kilbourn for 14 years. We still had graffiti and things stolen even with an alarm system. I carried Mace all the time, I am SO happy to be back home in Kentucky nearer to civilization. I hated Chicago with a passion. The only thing I miss are the museums and snow. Good luck. Why would anyone PLAN a trip to Chicago? I'd rather have a root canal!
Algar Originally Answered: Where should we stay in chicago and what areas do we want to stay away from?
Well, now that the chickensh*ts have spoken...Look chicago is like any other bit city. It has "dangerous" sections everywhere. People get robbed or worse on Michigan Avenue. The yuppie filled Lincoln Park has had more than it's share of murders, rapes and assaults. Sure some areas are more dangerous that others. Some far west side areas are pretty dicey and some near and far south sides can be dangerous. But for that matter, there are spots on the northwest side not occupied by African Americans and Latinos that are not to be walked through at night. Heck, there was a shooting that resulted in a death RIGHT OUTSIDE WRIGLEY FIELD AFTER A GAME! And I've been to London a few times... good old cultured London, and had to be warned about hanging out near the Tower of London at night because that's where the muggers were. That being said, since you are going to be a tourist here, you're probably not going to get to any of those areas anyway. The city doesn't really put tourist attractions there so there's no reason for you to go. You'll probably be staying near the downtown or north Loop area anyway. They are relatively safe, but as I said this is a big city and crime isn't confined to one area. Just be alert (as someone else said), be aware of your surroundings and don't do stupid tourist things like carry your purse on your shoulder while staring up at the tall buildings, count money right there on the street, put all of your important stuff in a fanny pack, wander around the city without familiarizing yourself with a map and transit route guide. As for what to do, other people have given you plenty of good suggestions. Oh and to the woman from Kentucky and its "civilization": Been there. There are plenty of parts of Kentucky where stopping and hanging out isn't advisable and bad things happen.

Algar Originally Answered: Assign Permanent Drive letter to USB?
The only way you can do that is leave it plugged in forever. Like my external is F but I never unplug and replace with another device. Your computer will start with D and move up depending on how many devices you have? You can't just pick a letter though. It goes in the order you connect. C is your HD of course. Same applies to another computer. if next available drive is E thats what you get on the flash drive when you plug in. Even if you could assign a drive to it and say you pick D? What if the other computer has a D drive? NO CAN DO
Algar Originally Answered: Assign Permanent Drive letter to USB?
No, the computer assigns it based on the drives you already have. You can't just assign C or something because what if the next computer you plug it into has a C: drive? Then what?
Algar Originally Answered: Assign Permanent Drive letter to USB?
Naw. Like the first answer said, what if you assign a drive letter that's already in use for a certain PC, even if you do assign is to drive Z:\ You never know, maybe someone went nuts and assigned one of their drives to Z:\

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