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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2016 02:25 am
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Rob M2
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It's me, Rob. I was GearDrivenSteam a long time ago. Been in and out of modeling as the budget allowed.....and disallowed. I am back in again.

I am in the midst of changing from large scale back to On30 because I just decided I could do so much more in a 10' X 10' room.

I can post pictures of my current layout if yall do attachments. I don't have a photo hosting site anymore. Just too much to keep up with.

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2016 02:51 am
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I was going to post some pictures, but it says they are too big. I resize all of my pictures to 648 x 480. I thought that was the recommended size for forums.

Rob

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2016 03:42 am
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Hey there.
On30 is a great size to work with.
Posting photos directly to the forum may be covered somewhere, I don't know that info from memory.



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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2016 11:20 am
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Hi Rob.

I post my photos at 800x600 resized with Windows 'right click' picture resizer.

800x600 gives a good amount of detail on screen.

There shouldn't be a 'too big' problem at that size...
...at least I've never had that issue, strange.

Cheers.

Si.

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Hope you can get it happening ... WE LUV PIX. !



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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2016 02:54 pm
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I'll go back and re-read the picture posting deestruckshuns. I am sure it is operator error.

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 Posted: Wed Feb 3rd, 2016 04:38 pm
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Good to see you back Rob



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 Posted: Sat Mar 26th, 2016 06:27 am
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Well, I forgot my dang password again. LOL When I clicked on the forgot password link, evidently, the software linked to a previous screen name and I am back again.LOL

Anyway, I got all my track and turnouts and I have the G scale track removed. I am going to be building a version of Fred Miller's Beaver Hole Hardwood Company. I always liked that track plan and it will be perfect for my space. Pictures will be soon.



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Welcome back!



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