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Support for Maltby/Piper FS models & other Classic British freeware.

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DaveB
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Post by DaveB » 28 Jun 2004, 00:42

Nice one Tom :D Glad to have you back ;-)

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MALTBY D
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Post by MALTBY D » 28 Jun 2004, 00:43

No, it can't be!!!
Tom, how are you? It's good to see you here.

The logo is designed as a homage to your original CBFS masterpiece.
Glad you like it & nice to see you still have good taste.
If I can get you a password, would you like to decorate this forum for us?
I do miss your wonderful sense of colour around the place.
:smt078

Cheers
DM

Tom Matthews
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Post by Tom Matthews » 29 Jun 2004, 15:33

Hello all!

Nice to 'see' you all again. I hope you're all well. I'm good, thanks David. I don't 'FS' anymore, I can't find the time. I don't own 2004 yet either, but I've promised myself I'll get back into it when 2006 comes out.

Heh, all you need now is a few fuschia coloured backgrounds, the odd epilepsy inducing speedbird logo, and a few pictures of Rick and Dave wearing royal paraphernalia, and this forum will look fantastic!

Don't forget to have an hour every month where you mess around with the colours and convince Rick his monitor has gone wappy. Preferably in the early hours!

Keep up the great work.

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Post by DaveB » 29 Jun 2004, 15:46

:D :D :D

Nothing like a bit of 'Vision On' in the early hours hey Tom :lol:

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Moses03
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Post by Moses03 » 31 Jul 2004, 00:31

Hello all,

Better late than never I say!

I started hanging around the Classic British forums some time ago while Henk was hosting it on the Shackleton site. I chimed in on occasion over there and have been lurking here so I thought I would register properly and say hello to everyone.

I really enjoy the CBF's and have been impressed with the aviation knowledge that gets passed around in here.

Thanks to all that make it so.

Regards,
Moses03 :)

DaveB
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Post by DaveB » 31 Jul 2004, 00:59

Thanks Moses03 and a warm welcome.

I remember you posting and hope that you will find our new site as entertaining as the old one... moreso :D

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speedbird591
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Post by speedbird591 » 31 Jul 2004, 11:04

Hello Moses03. I'd like to add my welcome to you. I'd also like to express concern over your avatar. I'm hoping that the photographer has one leg shorter than the other. If not, then I really hope that the pilot executed a missed approach :lol:

Hope you enjoy the forum

Ian :D

bobdawkins
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Post by bobdawkins » 24 Nov 2005, 13:47

how do i put on avatar, please if i'm able
Bob Dawkins,South-West Cambridgeshire, U.K, HGV lorry Driver. If thing's don't change they'll stay the same.

Garry Russell
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Post by Garry Russell » 24 Nov 2005, 13:50

Hi Bob

You need to put the pic in something like photobucket and then add it on you profile by entering the link in the box.

Garry

bobdawkins
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Post by bobdawkins » 24 Nov 2005, 13:53

cheers mate but what is photo bucket [dimwit bob] [p.s] 2 great aircraft
Bob Dawkins,South-West Cambridgeshire, U.K, HGV lorry Driver. If thing's don't change they'll stay the same.

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