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Get the Image Links. First, log into your Photobucket account and select the album of images you need (this process goes one album at a time). Choose an image or two in the album and a Select all box appears. Choose Select all and wait for your count of images in the bottom to update before continuing.

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Still no go with uploading to gallery. I can enter the flies I want upload as per usual then when ‘continue’ is clicked I get a “Page not found”.

Anyone else tried recently ?

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Just managed to upload a single pix then when I tried another, back to ‘page not found’

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Please do as Chaing Mai Noon asked 2 years ago. Do this.

Originally Posted by buriramboy

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Photobucket is easy

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I could not access the whole site from 6 yesterday evening till I went to bed at 10 and the same at 5-30 this morning.

I have just logged on and tried once more to upload pix, same thing “Page not found”

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Can that methodvthen link back to your fb account ?

Photo upload here sucks big ones. cannot from my tablet.

But, a good point is. bybhousing them elsewhere and linking to here. you can then delete them should you get banned and from the grave. fuck up many threads. I cannot confirm or deny doing this some time ago to a dearly departed cock

Over the last few years of practicing bushcraft and primitive skills my preferences for knives has changed (I am very very far from an expert in any of this but do practice regularly and am always trying to learn and improve), from thick pry bars like my previous BRKT bravo 1 and BHK PLSK1, to knives more suiting Mors Kochanski’s almost perfect definition of a survival knife ” a pry bar that works wood REALLY REALLY well”. This takes me to my two current knives (excluding mora’s and pocket knives) my 3V skookum bush tool and my very recently acquired adventure sworn classic (woodlore type), both are excellent knives and preform well. The tests were:

-feather sticks/shaving bark off a stick
-cutting a hole (see Mors Kochanski’s “Bushcraft) an excellent test of a knife tip usability
-light battoning
-truncating (cross battoning)
-handle comfort
-edge retention
-sheath design
-Design
-Aesthetics

Specs:
Skookum Bush Tool (from Rod’s website):

knife length 8.5 inches 21.5 cm
blade width 1 inch 2.6 cm
blade length 4.25 inches 10.5 cm
blade thickness .125 inches .3cm
handle length 4.25 10.5 cm
handle width 1.125 inches 2.85 cm
handle thickness .85 inches 2.2 cm
knife wt. 6.4 oz. 185 g average
sheath wt. 2.8 oz 80 g average

NOTE: scandi grind

Adventure Sworn Classic (from Cody’s website):

Steel: O1 high carbon tool steel
Grind: Scandi
Overall Length: Just over 8-1/2 inches
Blade Cutting Edge Length: 4
Handle Length: Just over 4-1/2 in
Blade Thickness: 5/32

NOTE: handle is elder burl I THINK

Now to the tests (sorry i still can’t get the pics to show up)

Outcome: Draw, both were excellent and razor sharp, produced nice curls equally well by my feel

Vanitas

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herpingmad

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Outcome: Skookum takes this one. The tip on the skookum is just more fine than the AS, due only to the thickness, I do not have acsess to a 1/8 inch model as i would like (especially for a test such as this)

Outcome: AS has a sight edge on the skookum in this department.

Outcome: Skookum preformed more favourably in this competition.

herpingmad

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Youre welcome, if you clear your mailbox a bit I can send you instructions on how to get them working for you.

Also is that a birch bark neck sheath you have there? Tutorial please!

herpingmad

Scout

Handle comfort:
Outcome: Both have excellent handles, a winner here is very hard to pic but i give a very slight edge to the very nicely rounded AS.

Outcome: Hardly a fair test really and i was reluctant to put it in, simple fact is that 3V will hold its edge longer than O1 I know this from prior extended use of both of these blades, and just common sense. Cody’s O1 however is EXCELLENT compared to others i have tried.

Opinion: Both very functional, but the skookum is heavy for neck carry and the sheath isn’t as good for belt carry as the AS’ but both are really good in my opinion.

Opinion: The continuous curvature of the skookum gives it a slight edge, but granted i am more used to the skookum.

Opinion: While I love both, the skookum is ruggedly handsome but you can’t beat that stabilized wood burl on the AS.

Well the winner is the skookum. The skookum’s blade is thinner (1/8 instead of 5/32) (as well as a continuous curve) and because of this has a grind angle more conducive to biting somewhat deeper in to wood than the AS. With the curve and the thinner blade there is always less material in contact with the wood, therefor the force you apply is over a smaller area and will bite deeper and with more precision. In cutting (Battoning is not cutting, its splitting wood grain and the edge is rarely engaged in thew wood if its dry) tasks the skookum has and will out preform or preform identically to the AS with this difference in thicknesses. A knife is for cutting (carving, slicing etc.) and while it can spilt its not MY main purpose for the knife, this is why my preference is the thinner blades. I will never sell that skookum unless dire circumstances come across. But i would trade that AS for a thinner version of the same knife as the design is truly excellent, and my word is it beautiful!

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2014 RZR 800 S Indy Red

SOLD
2007 660 with JBS New Improved(2013) 660 Sheave, 16gr,orange spring, anti friction washers, greased, 04 intake w Uni filter and adapter, Ryde On dust cover, JBS radiator guards, Viper Max 5000 winch w synthetic rope, 26in Atraxs, ITP 14in wheels,2 in lift, Leroy’s floor guards !logger by day gigilo by night

Post lotsa pics, I’m splitting the cases on my 08 700 also to fix the reverse gear. I’m thinking about a stroker kit while i’m in there.

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We’d like those of you have had occasion to use it to provide us with your input; the good, the bad, and the ugly. That will help us with the redesign. So, if you’ve ever used the manual, either to help yourself understand something or to help someone else, please post in this thread. What worked? What didn’t? What was missing?

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‘65 Chevy Biscayne 4dr 230 I-6 one owner (I’m #2) “Emily”
‘39 Dodge Businessmans Coupe “Clarence”

“I fought the law and the law won” now I are a retired one!
Support those brave men/women who stand the “Thin Blue Line”! Hug a cop!
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Looking forward to input. Especially new folks and any moderators (and people who notice such things) who have some ideas to share.

We have several things we’ve noticed that may go together in the New and Improved Manual. Hopefully, we’ll get some input . just added it to the “forum corner.”

The link doesn’t work in the middle of the page.

Probably DADS50 knows where it is?
I don’t remember seeing it but DADS50 has done some good stuff.

Want to see these instructions in video?

“DADS50” and his wife put together this video to help guide you through posting images as links in the forum

Unfortunately that link is busted

It went away a few years ago when PICASA went under and migrated to google
Most of the links in my early post are busted because of this.

The video is outdated anyway due to the stovebolt software upgrade and now being able to attach a few photos to a post. That wasn’t the case back when the video was made.

I believe the video showed examples of PICASA or Photobucket photos being linked . both outdated

So yeah, to clean up that page that link can be removed

Well, I’ll be! This seems to be the nature of things. Nuts.
I notice that doing on to the YouTube site, they want you to “subscribe” . I wonder if the days of free videos is coming to a close. You’ll have to have a pass to get in. It seems that some of the videos we like are shortened, requiring you to get back “in” and sifting thru a pile of ads.
What’s it all coming to?
Even our Bolt Bucket (Photobucket) has changed. We deleted all our personal albums. All those pop ups were driving me crazy.

How to Output Snag-it Captures Directly To Imageshack.us

One of my all-time favorite programs is Snag-It. But one feature it lacks, (and I’ve seen requests on their forums for it, which Techsmith keeps ignoring for some reason ), is the ability to directly send a captured (and edited if you choose) screenshot directly to Imageshack.us, the popular free image Hosting place, from within the program, the same way you can send captures to other programs or email, and so on.

So I went about figuring out a way to do this, since necessity is the mother of invention, a motto I’ve always lived by .

When you get done following these steps, you’ll be able to create a screenshot capture as usual, send it to Imageshack with the click of a button, and after it’s uploaded, it’ll automatically place the new Imageshack URL to the image on your clipboard, for easy pasting into wherever .

Sounds sweet eh? Alright, here we go .

Things you’ll need:

  • Snag-It (obviously)
  • Microsoft’s Free “Clip.exe” program. My Windows 7 Ultimate came with it already. I’m not sure how it’s been distributed in the past, but if you don’t already have it, you can grab it here: Clicky
  • ShackShag (Free)
  • Notepad.exe

One way to see if you already have Clip.exe on your computer is to open a DOS window (press the Windows Key + R, or go to the Start Menu and click “Run ..“, and type “cmd” (no quotes) into the line and click OK. Once in the DOS window simply type “Clip” (again, no quotes). If you get a reply stating: “INFO: Type “CLIP /?” for usage.” then you have it. If you don’t, grab it from the link above, and copy clip.exe into your Windows folder, and then forget about it.

Grab ShackShag from the link above. To the right of that page is a green box where the actual file to download is. Download the one that ends with “win32.zip”. Copy the Shag.exe file to the same folder that you installed SnagIt to.

Create a Batch file. This step is unfortunately necessary because if you try to type the pipe character (“|“) into the SnagIt configuration window, the “OK” button stays grayed out, so this is a workaround.

Open up notepad.exe on your computer (I’m assuming we all know how to use Notepad already) and paste this in exactly as it shows:

Save the file with the filename of: geekdrop-imageshack.bat. If you want to skip this step and just use my pre-made one, I’m attaching the file to the bottom of this post, just click it to download.

Once this file is created (or downloaded), store that file also in the same folder where you installed Snag-It.

Here’s the fun part. Just follow these screenshot steps in order .

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And that’s it. Now whenever you create a screenshot, you choose (in the editor): “Send” select “Program“, and in the box that pops up, select “Imageshack.us” (unless you named it something else). It’ll upload it to ImageShack, and once it’s done uploading the new URL to the image will be right there on your clipboard. If you want to do it without sending to the SnagIt editor first, you just set “program” as your Output.

Now to figure out a way to do the same thing but with Photobucket, since Techsmith is ALSO ignoring all requests for that one .

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For several months now, we’ve been receiving emails requesting a friendship bracelet DIY. Well, friends, ask and you shall receive! Today, we’ll give you a step by step tutorial on the classic chevron pattern. If you used to whip up friendship bracelets like a champ in grade school and have since forgotten how, consider this a refresher course. And if you can make these with your eyes closed and arms tied . . . umm, can we still be friends?

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You’ll need:

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Start by cutting several strands of embroidery thread at about 24 inches each. Make sure there are two sets of each color. Combine the threads and tie a knot, leaving at least 3 inches of slack. Tape it to a flat surface or safety pin it to a pillow. Separate the two sets, arranging the strands in a mirror-image pattern with the outside strands the same color and so on moving inwards.

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Start on the left side with the outermost color (shown here in red) and make a forward knot by creating a 4-shape over the 2nd color, loop it under and back through the opening.

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Pull up and to the right to tighten. Make the same knot twice over each color. Continue knotting over each color, towards the right, until the outermost color has carried over to the middle. This is one half of the chevron pattern.

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Now pick up the outermost color on the right side (show here in red) and make a backward knot, creating a reverse 4-shape over the 2nd color, loop it under and back through the opening. Pull up and to the left to tighten. Don’t forget to knot twice over each color!

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Continue knotting towards the left until the outermost strand reaches the middle. Tie a backwards knot with the two middle strands to connect the two halves. Did you remember to knot twice? The first chevron row is complete! Continue with the the next color, which is now the outermost strand . . .

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Remembering the color order is important for the first few rows but after the 3rd or 4th row, the strands will fall nicely in place. Finish it with a knot and a braid.

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For a striped bracelet, cut one set of colors and simply carry the outermost color all the way through to the right side. For an assymetrical chevron, mix the colors when dividing them into 2 sets. Be sure to count the number of strands so you know when to stop in the middle each time. For an embellished bracelet, take a small piece of rhinestone chain, glue it to the top of the bracelet and stitch embroidery thread between each rhinestone with an embroidery needle. A wrist full of HonestlyWTF DIYs to keep you busy all summer long!

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(top image via Jak & Jil, rest of images by Honestly…WTF)

Omg they are amazing! I’m a real history and photography geek so I adore stuff like this. I really love how you captured the mood of the pictures – especially in the first and second to last. Inspiring work

Thought I’d drop in some of my recent stuff. Still Smallville and still RPG I’m afraid, but now my character had got involved with Bruce Wayne (I know, I was surprised too!) so that explains the next few sigs!

Also, if anyone has any good pics of Vala that would be awesome – I’m planning a sig

Lucian and Sonja from Underworld 3.

hey, that’s like having withdrawals. got finally to the part where Laurant appears..at least a vampire. not my favourite but a vampire.

at least i’ll get my very own Carlisle tomorrow morning

So you’re telling me that you’ll probably also dissapperar when finally you’ll have the books? Oh come on! We need you girls.

Reading is oldfashioned
. just kidding.

I did one for that tutorial you can use if you like.
noone does and I’d like to share it with you.

I can also try to do another one, when my sig skills are back.

omg i neclected the icon thread as well. i’m so sorry.

love your icons – especially the first one

Great icons Cazz. Here are mine

Hi, y’all. Snow said I should drop by here at the GAD and see what’s what. Lovely icons, Snow and Cazz. And Luci–gorgeous work, as always.

Here are two Flan sigs I did today, using pics from his too cute appearance on the Jace Hall show:

I had been trying to make this sig since forever and finally i liked it! I love the Beatles so

I can do this but it works mainly with blondes and light brown hair and it works best with natural changes of color. You want the short tut?

(figured out the whole colorize thing)

OMG yes please! but i guess you used selective colouring, didn’t you? if not i could try it with my PSP as well^^

Fabulous work everyone. Especially the Twilight pretties Luci!! And whoever posted the Michael Weatherly. *drools*

So I’ve made some new stuff as well. It’s more Legend of the Seeker. I’m pretty sure it’s my new love, lol.

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luci love the underworld sig, twilight icons and narnia sig

cazz great challenge icons

snow love you challenge icons and beatles sig

true geat sigs for padme

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Hehe, thanks Fainne for letting us know you’re still with us

My icons

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(figured out the whole colorize thing )

Beautiful and stunning artworks everyone!!

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Dudes, how do you make these graphic? use photoshop?

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Ermm, I forgot to multiquote Ermm..

Amazing Beatles sig Snowy

Love the ‘Allies’ icon Achaja

Birthday pressies for SanGate:

What we do in life echoes in eternity – Gladiator vgh Up the Blades!

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Dudes, how do you make these graphic? use photoshop?

Hello Yes we do use Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, Gimp and other programms, want to play with it? Here is a thread with tutorials, step by step how to make artworks like these we have here Welcome in GW

Thank you Cazz I like these sigs, the font on the first one and the idea for the second one Nice!

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The coloring of the last one is awesome.

Great icons Cazz. Here are mine

I voted for your second one.

I had been trying to make this sig since forever and finally i liked it! I love the Beatles so

I love it. the blending is awesome.

Fabulous work everyone. Especially the Twilight pretties Luci!! And whoever posted the Michael Weatherly. *drools*

So I’ve made some new stuff as well. It’s more Legend of the Seeker. I’m pretty sure it’s my new love, lol.

This one was the product of not being able to sleep again last night, and boredom today when I got home from campus.
http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g4. eSeeker131.jpg

Thankies.
Both are very pretty. I really should watch that show. At least give it a try.

I love that Carson/Liz one very mjuch. <3

Ermm, I forgot to multiquote Ermm..

Amazing Beatles sig Snowy

Love the ‘Allies’ icon Achaja

Birthday pressies for SanGate:

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I’m pretty much in love with “darken” atm.
And yeah. he’s kinda hot.

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B-day pressie for Sani:
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Q: I want to blend several different photos together to create a poster look but in Elements 8 I do not see a blend tool. How is this accomplished?

A: Good Question Dale. I am planning on doing a more detailed tutorial on how to do this but I will give you a quick summary now so you can try it on your own.

Step 1: Create a new document at the size you want.
Go up to to the File menu and choose New>Blank File…. For excellent print quality you should make the new document 250pixels/inch.

Step 2: Open the images you want in the poster.

Step 3: Drag and Transform the Photos.
Arrange your windows so you can see the new blank document you created and the first photo you want to bring into it.

Go to the Layers Panel of the photo your going to bring in. Use the Move tool to drag the Background Layer on top of the blank document. When you see a heavy black border appear around the document you’ll know it’s safe to let go of the mouse.

If you want to resize or rotate the photo, press Control-T (Mac:Cmd-T) which will put a bounding box with eight handles around it. If you can’t see all the handles press Control-Zero (Mac:Cmd-Zero) so all the handles show.

Click and drag diagonally on one of

When you are done transforming press Enter to apply the change.

Continue dragging the Background Layer into the new document and transforming for all the photos you want on the collage. So now each image is on a separate Layer in the document

Step 4: Group all the Layers with an Adjustment Layer.
To Blend the photos together all the Layers need to have a Layer Mask. Here’s a link that shows how to steal a Layer Mask from an Adjustment Layer.

Step 5: Paint on the Layer Masks to Blend.
Choose the Brush tool from the Toolbox. Selct a soft-edge Brush from the Options bar. Make sure your Foreground color at the bottom of the Toolbox is set to black and paint on the Layer Masks in the Layers panel to blend with the other Layers.

Here’s what your Layers Panel will look similar to when you are done. My son spent a year at UNC Asheville so some of the photos might look familiar!

I hope that’s enough info for you to get going Dale. If you have a question about any of the specific steps just add a comment for this page and ask it.

Here’s the Nieuport I’ve secretly been working on for the last two or three months. It’s my second ‘serious’ WW1 aircraft. I’m happy to say that this is quite an improvement on my first effort but it’s still not a masterpiece.
It’s built completely out of the box and rigged with stretched sprue. This will be the last model I rig this way. I found it just makes the model more and more fragile and is difficult to get tight even using a heat source.
Critique is greatly welcomed. Thanks for checking it out.

Looks good. Have you thought about trying a little weathering or something to give some variation in the finish?

Yes I did but had almost no idea how to proceed with something like that on this particular finish.
Thanks to all for the positive comments and yep. monofilament will be the way I next rig a biplane. Seems I need to get a little more sophisticated in terms of technique. Any tips on ways to make the finish less uniform would be greatly appreciated. Knowing little about the actual aircraft I really only have other people’s models as a reference and I wonder what’s reasonably accurate. I’m not a stickler but I like to stay within ‘earshot’ of what these things were really like.
Still, I learned a lot on this and my next effort will incorporate new ideas. I’m lucky enough to have a few nice kits in the old stash. thanks again.
Peace.

Thanks guys. I’ve been lurking around here for over a year now. taking notes, learning a bit here and there. Here’s my usual speed.

About 14 months of work there.
A lot to learn with this Great War aviation. I’m actually trying to improve my skills in this area to tackle one of my Wingnuts kits. I began this Nieuport knowing it would be about learning what works for me and what doesn’t, trying new things. I’m reasonably happy with it but my next effort should be better with luck.
Peace.

Marvelous work Geek, a joy to view. Thanks for sharing it with us. Love Nieuport 17s and yours is no exception. 🙂

Thanks guys. I’ve been lurking around here for over a year I’m reasonably happy with it but my next effort should be better with luck.
Peace.

BTW, I think luck had little to do with it. You have some fine skills and you’re off to tuning those skills in a grand fashion.

Beautiful and a very nice and clean build.

I’m still struggling with the clean build bit. darn tiny parts:(

it looks alot better than my 2nd ww1 plane. silver is tricky to weather. what you could try is use some tamiya smoke with a bit of burnt umber acrylic paint added, thinned with alcohol. then do a pin wash on areas like the panel covers near the front and different recessed details. when that drys you can highlite the raised detail and erase the smoke wash in areas you dont want it by drybrushing with a lighter silver color or add some gloss white to the original color to lighten it,you could even do a bit of pastel work like you do on armor. but weathering is a very personal thing and plenty people do pristine aircraft as their preference so in the end its your model do what you want. i think it is a very good job for your second biplane. as for rigging my favorite way for 1/48 after much trial and error is to drill a hole halfway thru the top wing and all the way thru the bottom. use ca glue to set it into the top hole then slide a 2mm long piece of .4mm tubing up to the top. string another 2mm piece of tubing on the monofilament then string it thru the lower hole put some ca and then pull it tight.slide down the 2nd piece of 2mm long .4mm diameter tubing and repeat for the other lines. afterward you touch up the bottom wing. sometimes i paint the lower wing after i rig it.

here is a silver nieuport by wojtek fayga

Nieuport_17_1-48_by_Wojtek_Fajga_1 | Flickr – Photo Sharing! (http://www.flickr.com/photos/landoni/2412349726/in/set-72157604984202028)

here is a rigging tutorial the method i use is the number 2 method simple method with turnbuckles.

Very nicely Done! love the Elephant also!
(I sold all my armor models and books to concentrate on my first love)

Beautiful and a very nice and clean build.

I’m still struggling with the clean build bit. darn tiny parts:(

Ahh Robin. the camera is my friend :D.

Albatros, I saw that Nieuport and it’s just beautiful. I didn’t looks too closely because I could see at a glance it was far beyond my current capability.
Thanks for the tips on weathering silver and also the rigging. It all helps. I got a great tutorial on rigging from Beeza about a year ago. his method looks similar.
My biggest problem is my isolation. I live a long way from anywhere. I’ve only just managed to get a copy of the January ‘Model Airplane International’. Getting bits and pieces to my bench requires a bit of planning.
Peace.

I really liked the silver finish. Nice and clean.

Lovely job. Go with monofilament next time. It�s much easier to use.

Yours is a very nicely built Nieuport.

It must be nightmarish to rig anything with a streched sprue. I join the chorus of those recommending the monofilament line and Bob’s buckles. In the 48th scale you would get great results with this.
As for the weathering, we might spend a long time discussing the degree of dirt to be put on the WW1 airplane model. However I think, that independently of the dirt degree one chooses, it is always advisable to delicately emphasize the rib-linen structure of wings (and the fuselage). Some delicate shading with Tamiya smoke or even something more clear (I use a 10:1 mix of clear and black) makes surfaces look more realistic.

Don’t worry, chalk it up to WW1 beginner’s luck (or lack of luck) and lack of resources. Easy to fix in the future. Although I love the aluminum dope that you did. Welcome to the Aerodrome, and keep doing more Nieuports! (I have already done a nieuport 11, 17, 21, 23, 25 and 28 in 1/48 scale, and plan on doing several more N.11, 16 and 17. I want to do several of the aircraft flown by the Lafayette Escadrille N.124, Guynemer’s that you have done, Billy Bishop’s British one, Baracca’s Italian one and an Imperial Russian one, plus I recently got the resin Nieuport 24 from Karaya. Will have to add some more display cases lol!
Dave

:D:D:D
That’s great Davecww1. Been modelling for 37 years and I STILL manage a total muck up like that.
Peace.

PrzemoL. high praise coming from you. I suspect you’re being very kind to me and I thank you for it ;).

Davecww1. I’ve been collecting kits for a while now and my WW1 stash comprises kits from either Eduard or Wingnuts. The Eduard kits include the Imperial Russian Nieuport in 1/48 which is a far more detailed kit than the one I just finished. I aquired it and the Hanriot floatplane Profipack in a swap with a guy in Ohio. he got my Tamiya Flak 36 88mm gun in 1/35 for both of the above kits.
Next on my list is one of my Dr. 1 models from my Dual Combo. minimal rigging but the challenge will be the streaky dope.
Thanks for the kind words, advice and tips gents. greatly appreciated.
Peace.

De iFixit-werknemers vonden deze handleiding uitzonderlijk cool.

Inleiding

Leer met behulp van deze handleiding hoe je het scherm van de iPhone 5 vervangt. Dit onderdeel wordt geleverd met de vooraf geïnstalleerde naar voren gerichte camera, oorstukspeaker en LCD-beschermplaat, wat de reparatie vergemakkelijkt.

Het enige wat je zelf moet doen is het verwijderen van het oude scherm en het overzetten van je oude thuisknop naar je nieuwe scherm.

Nadat je het scherm met succes hebt vervangen, kun je het beschermen tegen krassen door middel van een schermbescherming.

Gereedschap

Onderdelen

iPhone 5 Screen

Video overzicht

Stap 1 Het tapen van een gebroken scherm

Als je scherm ernstig gebroken is, voorkom dan verdere schade en letsel door je scherm met plakband af te plakken.

Zet daarvoor overlappende stukken tape over het scherm van je telefoon, tot je de hele oppervlakte hebt bedekt.

Dat zorgt ervoor dat scherfjes blijven zitten en je scherm heel blijft tijdens het loswrikken.

Draag een beschermende bril, zodat je geen scherfjes in je ogen krijgt.

Having completed this repair using the rear camera part from Ifixit I have to comment that the camera is noticeably lower quality. Its not huge – You don’t notice it looking at the photos scaled down to fit but viewing one for one there is significant detail lost. My staff member has an Iphone 5 bough at exactly the same time as mine so I was able to take a photo side by side on his and mine after my repair and when you view 1 for 1 pixel in product boxes on mine the text was just a colored blur where on his although you couldn’t read the text it was more obviously text. Overall though its still better than having a camera that wouldn’t focus at all and being that Apple seem to refuse to supply genuine spare parts (Which there has to be a low against. – Imagine if a car manufacturer did that) its still good buying one from someone who gives good support. At the end of the day its a phone camera not an SLR and its still better than the older Iphone 4 camera.

The majority of product manufacturers are not required to provide parts, and apple will fix items under the various warranties it offers. Car manufacturers on the other hand are required to make parts available by law. It is part of the regulation of their industry. They get a lot of protection for their business model, but have some obligations too. It’s why the EV1 was pulled, they didn’t want to have to make the parts, and why there are so many Delorian parts.

This is a great guide. However, I’m having a hard time popping the screen back into place. Everything works but I’m afraid of putting too much pressure least I crack it again. Any advice?

To avoid broken screens during reassembling:

Put the hooks of the screen in the right place in the housing, then close it loose, don’t press it. Turn your phone upside down with the screen on a very flat surface (e.g. table). Now press the housing on the screen -> no more risk for braking the screen because of inhomogeneous force applied on the glass!

I hope folks read this comment before proceeding to attempt a Sleep/Wake button repair on the iPhone 5! Apple has an iPhone 5 Sleep/Wake button replacement program, free, for iPhone 5 devices manufactured through March 2013. See program details at https://www.apple.com/support/iphone5-sl. . Don’t do this yourself if you don’t need to. It’s a difficult repair.

I was willing to add the following important remark on top of this guide but, strangely, it has been refused! Here it is:

*Check if your Iphone 5 is eligible to the Apple special program for a free battery replacement (devices sold between September 2012 and January 2013, within a limited serial number range).

* If not, watch the video and use this guide [video|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ogE8USs. ]

And thus, as my Iphone 5 was eligible, I went to the Apple store of Le Louvre in Paris and the battery has been changed for free instead of 65 euros. Thanks to Mark!

Hi every one i drop my iphone5s 16gb

I replace 10!new screen but cant back to live i see on the “logic board” where u conect the screen i se damage HOW CANT FIX THAT WHITOUT LOST MA DATA . Thaks for anny hellp.

Steps 12-15 seem to be not necessary for battery replacement. They are not required to remove and replace the battery and they at least DOUBLE the amount of work. Most of the time spent on this process involved working with those tiny screws and maneuvering them in place and screwing them down. Steps 12-15 are three of the five screws that you work with inside.

Also, there should be a note at the beginning of Step 2 that if you bought the iFixit kit that you should go directly to Step 6.

please wear safety helmet too, integral helmet and cover mouth with an N95 facemask underneath, just in case the battery punctures, explodes, you knock your head back to the wall and slam it back forward hitting the screw in your eye and and inhaling toxic fumes! can never be too careful 😉

Post by zschopf1 » 25 Dec 2009, 19:04

I’m posting some guides or hints as some may call it to let others know that there is a way to make Warzone 2100 look better or more interesting.

Nvidia Cards:

Recommended graphics card for game enhancements: GeForce 5 FX series or higher onboard or dedicated graphics card.

Using a good computer with an Nvidia graphics card? Go into your Nvidia Control Panel and click on Manage 3D settings, then select the Program Settings Tab, click the add button and choose your Warzone 2100 shortcut or exe. From there you can set the quality of the game and performance, Things like Anti-Aliasing, and Anisotropic Filtering which are both supported by the game’s engine. Turning these on to settings like 4x or 16x will reduce jaggy edges and most glitchy animations that may occur occasionally. There is also another setting called Anti-Aliasing – Transparency, with softens the edges/particals on objects that create see through rendering or are transparent. Select Supersampling and this will improve the quality of the game some more. With this you can give the game a lot more realistic feel to your game play. Be sure to download the latest drivers here http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us – Only for Nvidia Graphics Cards

Your options should look like this:

You do not need to have it set to x16Q or x16 to see changes, but it is recommended for the best visual experience.

Turning on Texture Quality to High Quality will improve Mipmaps, and Bitmapping images.

Pictures taken from driver version 195.62 WHQL

Radeon Cards:

Recommended graphics card for game enhancements: Radeon 9250 or higher onboard or dedicated graphics card.

Using a Radeon graphics card? Want to get the same benefits as Nvidia users? In your Catalyst Control Panel go into your 3D tab click on Anti-Aliasing, check the box Temporal anti-aliasing slide the Level over to the right all the way. This will reduce any jaggy edges. Next click on Adaptive Anti-Aliasing, click on the check box Enable Adaptive Anti-Aliasing and then slide the slider to the right. Next click on Anitstropic Filtering, select the box High Quality AF and slide the Per-pixel samples all the way to the right. Lastly click on Mipmap Detail Level, then slide the slider all the way to the right. After you are done changing all these setting click on apply to save the setting. Be sure to get the latest drivers here http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx – Only for Radeon Graphics Cards

Your options should look like this:

Pictures taken from driver versions 7.1 and 9.11 WHQL

3D Funk:
Hint: Using an Nvidia card 8 Series or higher? Try out their 3D Discover Glasses, for Warzone 2100 your projectiles and explosions really come out of the screen! The effects are pretty cool, and its worth the $10 for a pack of 10 glasses for you and your friends. Since you can use the 3D options on Nvidia to also see images popup out of your screen on videos and most 3D games. You can order them here, http://store.nvidia.com/DRHM/servlet/Co . =148411500

Note: Although the above seems like Advertising. I’m just letting people know that there are other ways to boost the look and experience of Warzone 2100 and to create a new feel to the game.

Questions or Concerns?
If there are any questions please feel free to post, I may make more changes if I find any fixes or tweaks to improve game quality. If there are people using older computers that want a tutorial on increasing performance(speed of game) I will add one, I’m assuming everyone is using newer computers with onboards or dedicated graphics cards better than the ones recommended.

Credits:
Guide and Nvidia Control Panel Pics:
Zeek The Geek (me)
Pictures for Catalyst Control Center:
ATI’s Website, TweakGuides, TechTree