Relentless Rob wrote:Yep. Well done for getting two before I had chance to nuke 'em.
On the picture size issue. I'm posting my photo's on another forum then I have to copy and paste them here because the PPC forum doesn't have a Thumbsnap account. If one were to be set up you could click on here from this forum and post "Forum Fit" photographs and pictures. The size of the photo would be determined by whoever sets up the PPC Thumbsnap account itself. I believe it's free as well.
Unless you are referring to a different function, photobucket has a 'clickable' thumbnail option, which works, so maybe we should just encourage people to use it...
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bulletproofbob wrote:or just "my mates landy on the bay item number 290526693271 cheap diesel 4x4"
we're big enough to decide if we want to look or not....
Yeah, that or just simple link with a breif description works for me, I've nothing against the ebay gadget-watcha-callit-thingy but I wont miss it at all if it's causing problems.
Having an expiry date on links to ebay stuff would mabye be ok, mabye longer than 28 days though?(ebay deletes the listing after a while anyway so the link is useless then). But links to other stuff, useful info etc elsewhere on the web should stay.
I like Jaffa's idea of build diary authors being able to tidy up their threads, seems a good idea to me.
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and just use the for sale section for wanted adverts too, just type it first.
To be honest, besides the spammy stuff and widgets, i feel the site doesn't need much change, if it aint broke....don't fix it!
i'm cool with all the idea's posted, esp the build thread author being able to manage his own topic, thats a good idea.
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It's free and relatively simple too, the best bit is that it doesn't end up crapping all over the Forum code, so if it doesn't work there's nothing else effected.
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what about changing the forum over to Vbulletin?
yes you have to pay for the licence, but i am sure a subs system could be sorted out.
I am wanting to go down the Vbulletin route when i get my Midland Motard group off the ground.
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