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Newbie question , advice appreciated

Postby Patnewbie » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:25 am

I'm a newbie to t gauge, have past experience with n gauge a few years ago,I have the t gauge track layout all in a workable position which will give a fairly simple but interesting working layout BUT I'm having difficulty with fixing the the t gauge track down because having used track pins on n gauge ok in the past am now struggling to fix this t gauge track down with either the double sided tape provided by Alan's suppliers or with carpet tape down smoothly, the tape has a mind of its own, mainly due because inexperience on my part .......
Is there an easy method to overcome this please , any suggestions simple or otherwise appreciated.... thanks
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Re: Newbie question , advice appreciated

Postby Patnewbie » Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:49 am

Ok everyone getting the hang of double sided tape now with practice .......
BUT trying to work out how do I upload a video of progress so far from my iPad to the layout forum ..... please keep answers in simple methods of how do this with img or URL I'm out of practice doing this :)
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Re: Newbie question , advice appreciated

Postby dkightley » Sat Apr 22, 2017 5:25 pm

You can upload images only to the site. These need to be jpg, png, gif, etc. You cannot upload videos as the site does not have video playing capabilities. You can, however, include links to YouTube that will open in a player by putting the video id inside the YouTube marker.
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Re: Newbie question , advice appreciated

Postby Patnewbie » Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:23 pm

dkightley wrote:You can upload images only to the site. These need to be jpg, png, gif, etc. You cannot upload videos as the site does not have video playing capabilities. You can, however, include links to YouTube that will open in a player by putting the video id inside the YouTube marker.

Sorry all sites differ, my mistake and thanks for the full explanation of what is possible ......
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