Very cool, and useful! Thanks!I did notice if you select "can Opener Current," the age range is 1980 - 2016. I have several knives from the 70's with a current can opener, no "+PAT." Or am I misunderstanding it?
This is a really useful resource! Thank you for putting in the work.Now, about the updates and small revisions; before you are starting to introduce decimal version numbers, why not make public on Google Drive with read access and everyone can use the latest version without having to update it again and again.
Hey, Detron.Just downloaded the sheet and playing with it, very cool and awesome function. Haven't tested it with some of my dated SAKs, but this certainly is a big step forward from the last SAK 58-74-75-84-91 Identifier! Great Job!
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1li6pMLCt4TYWrqMHyAWzSJwM-LfIDDXJFfe-nIi2N-A/edit?usp=sharinghere is a new link that hopefully gives edit rights to users.there is a tab called "Change Log" if you make a change, please just give info there that will help others know what was changedthe issue with using Google Docs as the editor, is it cannot handle my vertical text. so I still recommend editing it in Excel or even Libre Office Calc.