3/17/2009 9:22:54 AM
|Hi Dylan / Onno |
I've stuffed up the forum topic for West Kirby USM 14th March by posting a picture that is too large for the column width. It's messy real messy.
so sorry boyz :(
3/17/2009 9:31:59 AM
Big thanks for all the photo's!!!
I can't see 'em on the page yet (I'm sure that 'll be sorted!) but all of this is excellent promotion for speedsailing and what a fun sport it is!!!
Could you do a similar article for the UKWA. Like Thorpy did last time and maybe Boards magazine too.
What with all the work Paul and Tushingham are doing promoting speedsailing, all of Simon's ongoing work and everything else..... Participation could reach record numbers this year!!
3/18/2009 8:22:42 AM
Please could the hi -res photo be deleted from the forum topic West Kirby USM 14th March, it appears to be stopping the smaller correct sized photos from loading for some users.
Ideally photos should be placed in the media library "foto and video album" - is this function still operational?
|Martin van Meurs
3/18/2009 12:52:26 PM
|I just sent an e-mail to Dylan with this link.
3/18/2009 1:36:08 PM
|Cheers Martin, much appreciated.
|Dylan de Jong
3/18/2009 8:31:35 PM
|where cab I find the forum topic...i'm probably getting blind..
3/18/2009 8:50:18 PM
|hi Dylan forum topic is Heads up West Kirby 14 March .The problem is I pasted the following pics|
( from Steave Thorpe's site) from 8th March by mistake, now Howard Rowson can't paste pics from 14th March
Fast Faz topped the time sheets as usual..
Howie Rowson our resident wind guru and tech expert posted a 41knt average..
Looking good Howie!
John Smalley was flying as usual and laying down some nice turns...
I'm disappointed he didn't run into the wall for me though..
3/19/2009 8:30:16 AM
Yes the topic is this one (page 2)
Paul posted the photos of the 8th in by mistake. I then went on to post the photos from the 14th, however I pasted a picture in, at the end of page two of Adam. Due to it's hi res and size it has completey messed up the format of page 2, and also making the page load very slowly, too slow for some users bandwidth.
If this photo can be removed, I assume the correct page format will return