The sites use a certain number/letter pattern for there listings. Sometimes they are the same number, but the descriptions could be different. So when posting attribution numbers use the full descriptions.
These numbers are determined by the attributer. Most of the time they are assigned numbers in the order they are listed. (on the Wexler files, they are listed a bit differently, with the strength of some of the dies, as they were compiled later and added to his files in that pattern) But since then they are listed according off submission. Thus why the numbers don't match. On the copper coins listing they followed the CONECA Orange RPM book.
New ones listed in order of acceptance of submission on the RPMs. (Thus some match, higher numbers do differ.
That will be more helpful for research purpose for us here on the site. Some new members may not aware, that the numbers will not always match. To make sure you have the right full numbers. Copy them from the site, highlighting and pasting. That is an easier way rather than trying to write them down. CoopHome
: What do the numbers mean on the attributed dies? Why do they do not match up with each other on the Doubled Dies and the RPMs?
"Having problems with spell check?"
With the spell checks on your posts, the way to find the correct spelling is to use on of two things:
1. On your phone, use the microphone option and say the word into the phone. It will spell it, and even give a definition.
2. If you want to check your full information on your response to the site, Copy the post and place it on a word program, and spell check it there. It will correct either a single word or a grouping. (I keep this open at all times to recheck my information on image descriptions.)
3. If you are putting information together and want to be able to edit is, I use clipboard. Put the information there and then you can edit the lines of information to fit into boxes, sizes of screens to make sure they will fit.
"Making it easy to learn/use."
I like to pass on information to others on how to items. It helps others to progress in their teaching skills. So there are questions on these processes, ask either here, or create a new thread on the subject to discuss further. Like how to make image descriptions that make the information easier to find?
It would be nice to have this information in one location that way.