heh, sorry if it sounded that way, I actually didn’t take the “rubbish” part personally!
Since I started making my recipes using the median concentration, I have never made a single recipe that didn’t turn out as a good one! I loved when I noticed that suddenly the median value was being put there automatically, instead of me having to search for them in a new tab!
I don’t feel like coming back to recipes, you know? I started vaping almost 2 years ago (getting there in September!) and making my own juices since Jan’18. For me, it’s all about trying new things - and with so many options, why come back to one I’ve already made, when I can go forward to try a new one? Recipes, for me, isn’t about cloning some formula I’ve bought around, it’s about trying new things, you see?
But I didn’t knew that private recipes could be shared - thanks for that info! I share my recipes with a group of other DIYers here in Brazil. Not all of us use the same sites, so I thought the only way to share with them was making it public.
@delltrapp mentioned timeouts… it could be this, the case. I did notice that the site as whole was slow, taking forever to load the median values on new recipes.
@Sprkslfly I think maybe I missed explaining about who I thought of sharing. But now, in this post, I think it’s clear, right? Both about who I’m sharing my ideas and what is the primary purpose of a recipe for me. My main usage of ELR is for the weight calculations and keeping tabs on which mixtures I’ve already tried, and also sharing what I’ve done with other DIYers around here.
@TorturedZen I think you missed the point. Specially since you quoted only a fraction of the thought. Consider my whole sentence: “if it’s meant for recipes to first be created as private and only afterwards edit them to become public, there shouldn’t be an option to turn it public right on creation”… right?
Anyways, even if we sidestepped for a while on the subject, thank you all for your attention!