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Discussion in 'Site News & Announcements' started by zathros, Apr 14, 2017.
As the great receiver of Lewinsky said, "I feel your pain".
I tried to upload some pics and got the "image too big for the server" error again.
Confirmed on my end. @cg admin : Could you please take a look at it? Thank you very much!
I've let them know. It may take a couple hours, or day, I have no way of knowing.
Test: All is working again!
I think its BACK!
The problem is back indeed!
Pictures uploading busted again. The power that be have been notified, it should be up soon.
Ah well, it's Sunday, the sun's shining, let's go out and take some pics outside... and post'em 'morrow..!
Not where I am living.
I can post a Gift, but not a picture?
I just posted a whole bunch of stuff. Seems to be working. I just click on the picture that I want to upload, hit right click, hit copy, then I go to a thread hit paste. It seems to work fine using this method. Give it a shot.
If you think I'm kidding here are the results:
Seems to work! It's working... it's working (saying it deadpan re: Star Wars - the Phantom plotline oh I mean Menace).
Picture uploading is working.
I want to buy this model, it only cost around $14.00 bucks, but I have no idea what the shipping would be, and what kind of condition it would be in. It's 1/9 scale, that's huge!! I can't understand why this company does have a dedicated U.S.A. warehouse or publishing company. This is just bad business. The scan can already be had!! They're shooting themselves in the foot.
I've merged the two threads about pictures not uploading. Let's try to stick to this one.
Here's the link for everyone out there that's interested.
That scale is pretty crazy though. I wonder how big it would be in inches / cm?
I might bite the bullet on this. I can use that engine for an Ekranoplan I designed, and I have wanted to build (and own the real thing) for a long time. This is a modern one too. There's a guy in town who has one, There's actually a drive shat that connects the sidecar wheel to the rear motorcycle wheel, and the model depicts it incredibly well. I think it would be pretty hard to get stuck in one of these. I had a sidecar for 7 years, A Velorex/Kawa sidecar, I still kick myself in the butt for trading it. I did get a massive amount of R/C stuff that the time was when digital proportional radios came in, and this stuff was all new, a few radios, boxes of servos, .5" bore engines, 10" props and two planes ready to fly. Still, all in all, I should have kept that sidecar. I used to ride all year long, snow or ice, the bike wouldn't teeter, might slide, but was always controllable.
The front wheel on my Suzuki went through tires like crazy though. it was from hard braking, they would cup. It's better to have a dedicated rig, you can use square profile tires, better traction too. I could disconnect that side car in less than five minutes, reconnecting was less than 10. You would not believe how many people will jump into a sidecar for a ride.
Z - Hey it looks like the pic uploading feature is dead I get the following error "The uploaded file is too large for the server to process." FYI