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James H

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  • Birthday 02/26/1970

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    Horwich, Lancashire, UK
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    Foreign cuisine, Japan, travel in general, modelling in timber and plastics, photography.

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  1. Moving topic to correct area as posted in the 'Using this Forum' section .
  2. Hi all, With our last upgrade, the profile fields to display your NRG membership number under your avatar (if you are indeed a member), either became corrupted or superseded by the update. We took the opportunity to recreate these using a better system which can be found on your profile page. There is now no useless MSW member checkbox, as we know you already will be! All you now need to do, if you want your NRG number displayed under your avatar, is to go to your profile page and set the following options at the bottom of that page. Et voila! Your number is displayed below your avatar. NOTE: This number is only visible to YOU and MSW/NRG staff.
  3. RussR, you inadvertently tried to log into another member's account, called 'Russ'. This was flagged as a hack attempt and our firewall banned your IP number. I have now fixed that for you, but please remember to use your actual username of 'RussR' in future. Jim
  4. Just a quick reminder about keeping this forum area to questions about MSW and not general modelling stuff
  5. Nice to see you back at the bench again, Martin. I know things haven't been easy for you, and your Agamemnon is good therapy and excellent craftsmanship. A fine build indeed!
  6. We did a major upgrade today and it looks like it may have rendered some of the links in signatures, redundant for some reason. I'm unsure as to whether the upgrade re-indexed this, but I know it had to do a massive job of re-indexing the search facility. No one's logs have disappeared, but the signature links look flaky.
  7. what happened to the viking ship??

  8. Fully detailed due to large scale. Complete interior, turrets, engines, bomb bay etc.
  9. Not yet. I'm still fighting deadlines for my magazine work. I've just completed this model in 1:32 scale for Military Illustrated Modeller...

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