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Old 02-18-2018, 06:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have 10 left of these, they are undecorated - primed. They have Kaydee 1831's installed on the trucks. Shipping to be discussed with your offer. The truck Kaydee's are truck mounted. I have lead shot ballast in two of them which makes them track nice. I will supply lead for the remainders if you want it. Make an offer on the lot.

I have attached a pic, if it doesn't work for you - all I can say is this forum's inability to conveniently support images is the problem, Give me an email and I'll send pics.
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Actually posting pics here is easier than many that require your pics be hosted someplace online. With the Attachment feature you can add many from your hard drive And embed them, if you learn how.
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I realize that it requires a url to host the pic. The only thing I have at my disposal is OneDrive.

I tried that once on my track for sale post, and it worked.

Then the complaints rolled in, they said "I don't want to use OneDrive".

I'll reword and restate, it would be nice if the forum directly handled pics.
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it would be nice if the forum directly handled pics.
Well, the attachment feature works quite well, if you don't want to upload the photos.

If you check the 'bugs' forum you'll find out what happened to OUR photos.
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Well, the attachment feature works quite well, if you don't want to upload the photos.

If you check the 'bugs' forum you'll find out what happened to OUR photos.
The attachment feature works OK, I took a quick look in bugs and I see a lot of discussion, but difficult to figure out what you are pointing to, can you give me a brief story?
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Nope no url when using the Attachments, no OneDrive either. The only name needed is the one you gave it when you put it on your computer.





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I realize that it requires a url to host the pic. The only thing I have at my disposal is OneDrive.

I tried that once on my track for sale post, and it worked.

Then the complaints rolled in, they said "I don't want to use OneDrive".

I'll reword and restate, it would be nice if the forum directly handled pics.
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The attachment feature works OK, I took a quick look in bugs and I see a lot of discussion, but difficult to figure out what you are pointing to, can you give me a brief story?
Here's the story
http://forums.mylargescale.com/32-fo...web-space.html
and here's the work-around(s)
http://forums.mylargescale.com/32-fo...s-threads.html
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Attachment Pic Trick;
Once you have the pics listed in your post and BEFORE you post it, you can open each picture and copy it's location, insert the location in the pic icon pop up box and you can embed each pic into your post where you want it. Then post the edited reply.

The result is; both embeds and the attachments after.
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