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Does anyone know if the Ship Kit Database will be back, or is it gone for good. I haven't been able to find it in the "Articles Database"?

And the link on the right side of the homepage appears to be a dead link.

RussR 

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1 minute ago, RussR said:

Does anyone know if the Ship Kit Database will be back, or is it gone for good. I haven't been able to find it in the "Articles Database"?

And the link on the right side of the homepage appears to be a dead link.

RussR 

i will have a look, but all builds are now tagged, have you tried a search recently, 

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20 minutes ago, Kevin said:

i will have a look, but all builds are now tagged, have you tried a search recently, 

I have found the log listings but at one time there was a database for kit manufactures that had the scale, period, length height width and so forth. I guess it is gone now.

It is the link on the right side of the homepage. And I haven't found it in the  "Articles Database" as Mark suggest.

If it is gone it's gone. But that was as handy as a "shirt on a pocket". 😀

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This notice by the discussed site may explain the problems some are having: 

 

 "This site uses a custom design that depends on HTML5 support, meaning that for it to work properly you must be using a fairly current web browser.  If you are using an older browser (any version of Internet Explorer, or any web browser older than about 2 years), you will likely see things that don’t look right or don’t work properly."

 

Download a free copy of the Chrome browser. That works for me. Internet Explorer, a widely used browser, is, I believe, no longer supported and has been replace by Chrome, Bing, and others. As time goes on, with increasing frequency, we who have used Internet Explorer for many years will continue to encounter problems such as those mentioned in this thread. Remember when they came out with 45 RPM records with the big hole in the middle? Perhaps not.  Anyway, if you are still  playing your eight-track tapes, don't try to figure this out. Just use Chrome or Bing and you'll be okay.

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18 minutes ago, mtaylor said:

Russ, I don't recall that database nor do I see a link dead or otherwsie to it.   Can you pop a screenshot of you homepage??   I looked at the link you show but don't ever recall seeing one like that.

On the right above USA Air Brush Supply and below Sherline Products. There is a link that says "Ship Kit DataBase".

I am using Google Chrome and the link just runs and never opens.

I am good with it. Kevin sent me a link that provided me with what I was looking for.

Kevin also sent me this link to the original MSW thread.

It doesn't look like it is available anymore.

RussR

 

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