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  • Birthday 01/30/1968

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    Hamburg
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    Wing Tsun, Freeclimbing, Usability & User Experience, Webdesign, Ship modelling

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  1. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    Thanks for all these great images! I will do the next batch on facebook soon. :-) cheers, Dirk
  2. Hello Barbara, that is a great build by your father. If you need support from german modellers please check this german froum too: http://www.segelschiffsmodellbau.com cheers, Dirk
  3. Please have in mind that a pdf is just a "container". What is in that container can be a pixel (jpg, png) or a vector based image (svg, eps) or or or ... thats a major difference! Turbocad can read eps ... a pdf can be opened in, as example, affinity designer and then exported as eps. That would make sense if it is a vector based image. cheers, Dirk
  4. Are you clicking directly on the arrow? Unfortunately it is absolute stupid, you have to click UNDER the arrow, then it works, up and down. Dirk
  5. Pat, there is nothing to do and/or investigate on our side. These might be local timing issues. A website/Forum is a very complex code thing nowadays and sometimes have hickups on local machines what is not unusual. Simply make sure you post what you wanted to post and if a second click is needed then a second click is needed. ;-) cheers, Dirk
  6. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    These are nice builds but same for you Popeye, I need the pictures bigger :-( cheers, Dirk
  7. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    You should see a facebook icon at the top and bottom of every page here :-) Anyway here we go: https://www.facebook.com/ModelShipWorld/ cheers, Dirk
  8. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    Naa don't remove them here, I find them just to small for Facebook but they are still great shots. But go on and add close-up of the carvings, I like that :-) Thanks Dave! Dirk
  9. I find this attitude of yours to be very inappropriate for a public forum. If you have concerns, address them privately. It really isn't a great idea in telling people what to do. If this message was still there on February 7th, it was because it was still VALID. A reboot with fsck can't be estimated how long it will take or when the hoster will do the reboot at all, because I CAN' T REMOTE DO IT. And I find it extremely unpleasant that I should justify myself here. I can send you my invoice for a lost day as a freelancer. Dirk
  10. > I too encountered all day on the 7th the problems noted above. In the future, these messages should have a more accurate time stamp to include date, time and time zone, and duration (over time) of the upgrade, so we can be better informed. This message WAS ACCURATE, do you really think I can tell you in all different timezones exactly what will when happend? Don't make me angry spending HOURS of MY time to analyze and fix the damn issues by posting messages like this. I lost a whole working day! I'm freelancer ... now calculate. And it was NOT an upgrade, it were unexpected server crashes! @Mark: It is not only Intel it is almost every processor in the world using the typical "speculative execution" (an optimization technique where a computer system performs some task that may not be needed. Work is done before it is known whether it is actually needed, so as to prevent a delay that would have to be incurred by doing the work after it is known that it is needed. If it turns out the work was not needed after all, most changes made by the work are reverted and the results are ignored.) And it is a damn super mega disaster! Our Kernel is up to date so the AT THE MOMENT actual microcode is loaded. Dirk PS: Sorry guys, but that makes me angry atm .. don't take it personal though ...
  11. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    @SawdustDave Thanks, unfortunately the pictures of the "La Couronne" and "Sovereign of The Seas " are way to small :-( cheers, Dirk
  12. Your Images for our Facebook Page :-)

    That's a nice bunch of great pictures with allready lot's of likes on Facebook. Thanks for your input! One thing I would like, if possible the pictures should have a minimum size of 1280px width. I know these are cryptic numbers for some people, in other words, "bigger" would be better: -) cheers, Dirk
  13. Hello fellow modellers, we would like to present on our Facebook page more regularly pictures of your work. If you would like to participate, please post 2-3 of your favorite pictures here in this thread. Gladly from different projects. It is NOT a photo competition or anything else, but it should be reasonable pictures in reasonable resolution. Please also give us the explicit right to watermark these images and post them on facebook! Lookin' forward to your great images :-) Our facebookpage: https://www.facebook.com/ModelShipWorld/ Thanks, Dirk

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