What's on your workbench?

JR59 Jan 29, 2006

  1. Cleantex

    Cleantex TrainBoard Member

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    Jim,
    This is easy, instead of putting your picture as attachement,
    first load it up at home (zcentral) and after viewing it, copy
    the adress and paste here with the sunny mountain button,
    so it will open big scale directly.
     
  2. bambuko

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    Armand, Jim has already done half of the job (pics are on Z Central)
    just need to post it here, like so:
    [​IMG]
     
  3. HOexplorer

    HOexplorer TrainBoard Supporter

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    How about this?[​IMG]
     
  4. HOexplorer

    HOexplorer TrainBoard Supporter

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    Still can't figure the d....d thing out! Jim CCRR
     
  5. Cleantex

    Cleantex TrainBoard Member

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    Hi Jim,

    Just once right click on your picture that Chris put now. On the last line of the
    now open window, under properties, you will see the Html adress of your picture
    on Zcentral.
    If you mark the whole text with the first button to dark, after right click on this
    text you will see a window and here use [copy] line with first mouse button again.
    Everywhere from now on, if you open in a text line window with right click, you
    will have the text integrated with the [paste] line.
    You must just from the beginning make the [copy] operation on your upper line in
    the zcentral window, with the big scale picture on view.
     
  6. bambuko

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    Jim, specially for you :) :
    step one (insert picture button):
    [​IMG]
    step two (another window pops open):
    [​IMG]
    third step (paste the address for the picture - see Armand's instructions):
    [​IMG]

    and if you need any more help? you can always skype me and I will repeat as many times as necessary

    Chris
     
  7. HOexplorer

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    Chris, I did this. In fact my more computer saavy wife did it. Still no full size photo. Cheers, Jim CCRR
     
  8. bambuko

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  9. HOexplorer

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    [​IMG]

    Yeah - Gayle did it !
     
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  10. bambuko

    bambuko TrainBoard Member

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    no more excuses from now onwards
    we are expecting a lot of pictures from you :)
     
  11. Cleantex

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    yeah, hi did it !!!!

    If you take the bigger picture, also no problem, trainboard reduce automatic,
    high tech here...:w20z6q:
     
  12. HOexplorer

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    Another practice picture. By me this time.
    [​IMG]
     
  13. bambuko

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    so you can :tb-biggrin: teach the old dog :tb-tongue:new tricks :thumbs_up:
     
  14. Don A

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    Wow - Are you taking orders??

    ...don
     
  15. Flash Blackman

    Flash Blackman TrainBoard Member

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    Looks great, too. Nice model. I am glad I won't have to squint so much at those pictures. :D
     
  16. Z_thek

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    Actually, what was on my workbench. This project goes back to the times just before last Christmas. I've built a little layout into a "book" (picked up at Marshall's for $12.99). This was my 16 hrs project, a Christmas gift to my friends, a wonderful, freshly engaged "young" couple. More pictures to follow.

    Lajos
     

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  17. Z_thek

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    The continuation of the "book" saga, a few more pictures. Ok, I know, this is not real modeling, but lots of fun. Also, I've convinced another couple to appreciate and enjoy Z trainZ.

    Lajos
     

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  18. pmx

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    Very cool Lajos. :thumbs_up:
    Now how about that briefcase? :tb-wink::tb-biggrin:
     
  19. Colt

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    How is that not real modeling? Is there a code that you must meet before you can call it a model? You have put in track, scenery, and a train. Its a model.
     
  20. HOexplorer

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    It looks good to me to. Cheers, Jim CCRR
     

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