Author Topic: Broken Links to Images  (Read 427 times)

AviationMetalSmith

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Broken Links to Images
« on: November 18, 2011, 01:46:07 pm »
Hello,

I have returned. The new OldRoads Forums looks good, but alas, the archives of the older stuff seem to all have broken links.

I am doing a test. I have uploaded three photos, from my own hard drive, as "Attachments". I will now clink "Post". This is only a test.

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Re: Broken Links to Images
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2011, 01:55:50 pm »
Okay, I like it. The thumbnail pictures are good.

If I had known they were going to appear on-screen, I would have given them captions.

I'm calling a "Do-Over", so I can add captions to the previous three pictures.

No, I can't add captions?

The first picture in Black and White, shows my Daughter and her Friend riding on the Type 5, a streamlined bicycle with a Kevlar Fairing. A Fairing is a Protective Shield, with some degree of Aerodynamics:

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Re: Broken Links to Images
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2011, 02:08:22 pm »






I am now TESTING the forums Image Function. These pictures are of the Type Ten. The Fairing in this picture is made from a recycled Apple G3 iMac Computer. I have installed a radio inside, after removing the cumbersome internal parts. Then I added the "Bomber Nose Art", or the Shark Teeth.

The use of a pre-made plastic piece for the Fairing saved about three-hundred hours of my time, compared to a hand-made fiberglass piece.

This is a test, these pictures are at photobucket.com.

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Re: Broken Links to Images
« Reply #3 on: January 01, 2012, 11:50:05 am »
Some recent pictures of the Type 10 "Fiberglass Shark Bicycle", at night, with it's lights on. The lights are now all LED, so the run time, on the batteries is much longer. They could run more than 24 hours, which means I could use smaller, lighter batteries; But I also use the batteries to power the radio.