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DispatchDragon
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Post by DispatchDragon » 24 Nov 2005, 13:59

http://www.photobucket.com Nice piece of freeware for hosting photos
it automatically downsizes photos and screenshots for you
when you get it - upload your pics to the album then copy the URL
format under the photo and paste into your profile - et voila
instant avatar -- when you want to show us your screenies
same method except cut and paste the IMG line into the Gallery
section of the forum and there you have it

Good Luck

Leif

(if I can do it anyone can) :lol:
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Post by bobdawkins » 24 Nov 2005, 14:09

thank's I'll try that see how we get on
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Post by bobdawkins » 24 Nov 2005, 16:18

oops sorry hope this piccy isn't tooo big it works anyway try and make it smaller if I can :eek: :eek:
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Post by DaveB » 24 Nov 2005, 16:36

That's a fine tractor there Bob and the avatar size is fine. Rule of thumb is keep em to around the 120x120pixel mark as a max or they start encroaching into the reading bit :wink:

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Post by migman29 » 30 Jan 2006, 20:47

speedbird591 wrote: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
Nah Ian.It's nothing to do with the photographer.

I've "landed" it :lol: :lol: :lol:

Welcome to the madhouse.This is THE biggest,THE best and THE only Fs
forum to be seen on and even more so now we've got a great new look.
Well done guys,and also from me too,a big thanks to the Shack boys for keeping us going and putting up with us for so long.

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Re: Welcome

Post by yrkeshygiene » 09 Jun 2008, 09:51

Hello

I`m a new user in this forum. I found a link in simviation to your homepage. But I cannot find any link where I can download files (aircraft etc.) from your site. Is it possible or do I have to find dem other place.

Best regards
Yrkeshygiene

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Re: Welcome

Post by Garry Russell » 09 Jun 2008, 10:06

Hi Yrkeshygiene

Welcome aboard :)

A few items for the VA can be downloaded from that section under Aircraft and routes and a from time to time items like the Beaufighter can be had from the members only section but generally we do not have downloads on this site

All of the stuff supported her can be got from either the developers own web sites...see links page....or Classic British Files...http://classicbritishfiles.com.

Regards

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Re: Welcome

Post by DaveB » 09 Jun 2008, 10:13

Tks for that Garry and welcome yrkeshygiene :)

When we started the new version of CBFS, we had neither the space nor bandwidth to cope with hosting all of our developers work so it got farmed out. Some is at classicbritishfiles.com as Garry suggested, some can be found at Flightsim.com and some at Avsim and Simviation. After running for a few years, we now DO have the space and bandwidth to host our own files but it's going to be the devils job to track down each individual file associated with each aircraft :roll: We might get there one day ;-)

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Re: Welcome

Post by maguireted » 10 Jun 2008, 14:05

hello, my name is Annie and I write my welcome here, I hope not make a mistake. I am passionate aviation and especially warbirds. I am a mother of 6 children, I spend my spare time flying su FSX, though friendly

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Post by DaveB » 10 Jun 2008, 14:12

Welcome Annie.. :)

Nice to have another female member as we're a bit thin on the ground in that respect. I hope very much that you enjoy your stay :thumbsup:

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