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Keeping hPDA deck squared

I recently began experimenting with an hPDA setup (Again, damn you, Emory!) and I am using a small binder clip to hold my deck. I have enough cards (almost 50) that the clip is hard to fit on the deck. But whenever I pull it out of my pocket, the cards have slid into a semi-fanned arrangement. This only bothers me because I am worried about cards coming out of the pack and being left in my pants to go in the washer or some such. I like using the clip though because it gives me instant access to my blank capture area on the back. Any suggestions on keeping the deck from wriggling apart?

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Don't you get snarky with...

emory wrote:
Don't you get snarky with me, Berko! ;)

So sorry! :D
emory wrote:
I was just wondering if you couldn't put a binder clip on the opposite side, you'd still be able to write on the back if it had two clips, yes?

Instead of one, use two. Unless I'm not thinking clearly.

Yah, I could do that, but I have become quite fond of flipping through my hPDA to see what's on a particular card. Ah, well, I'll just keep suffering with the single clip.




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