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V-1 Zipfiles

Post by Mike Kirney » Sat Dec 06, 2003 2:41 am

Awhile back there was some clamouring for these, so here they come!!! I have the whole set but it will take me a few days to post them all because I only have a 28.8 connection and some of the zips are over 3 megs.
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v1_adjust.zip
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v1_air.zip
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v1_electrical.zip
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More Terror Bomb Info

Post by Mike Kirney » Sat Dec 06, 2003 2:51 am

Some more files for you maniacs to enjoy.
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v1_engine.zip
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v1_fuel.zip
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I Know Nobody Reads These Subject Lines

Post by Mike Kirney » Sat Dec 06, 2003 3:05 am

This uploading is going quite swiftly. I might have the whole batch up tonight after all.
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v1_radio.zip
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v1_steering.zip
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v1_wings.zip
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That's It For Tonight, C*cksuckers

Post by Mike Kirney » Sat Dec 06, 2003 3:21 am

Here are the last two for tonight. I just found a couple more than were 3+ megs. I think I'll post those one day at a time.
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gh_0.zip
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v1_fuselage.zip
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V-1 Navigation System

Post by Mike Kirney » Sat Dec 06, 2003 10:12 pm

These are the first zip files I have ever made. I hope they turned out okay.
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v1_nav_1.zip
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v1_nav_2.zip
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More Zip Files

Post by Mike Kirney » Sun Dec 07, 2003 3:09 am

These may be duplicates of files that were posted before. They had a different name on the disk so I presume they are different, otherwise I doubt I would have burned them.
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gh1_1.zip
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gh1_2.zip
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Post by Mike Everman » Sun Dec 07, 2003 11:12 pm

well, Mike, someone has to say a "THANKS, BIG GUY" for these marvelous postings. Some effort greatly appreciated! My archive thanks you too.
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Post by Tom » Sun Dec 07, 2003 11:37 pm

ok, i will second mike, sorry, i have been out all weekend, bar the evenings which have been coursework. Ugh, there is too much these days. Cheers Mike, Weebl the Courruptor salutes you! They will provide many ideas...

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Thank you, Tundra Man!

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Why Thank You

Post by Mike Kirney » Mon Dec 08, 2003 3:57 am

Why thank you, milisavljevic. More files to come in the next few days! I lived in Vancouver for almost three years and I actually hated the winter out there. It seemed there was always grey skies and rain and the temperature hovered at exactly 0.2 degrees above zero Celsius for the entire season. Sure we get tons of snow and the wind blows so hard that my little house creaks and groans from the force and the temperature goes down to -5, -12, even -44 sometimes, but we also get weeks of beautiful sunshine at a time, and when all the water is frozen solid, your boots stay dry! I will add British Columbian spring, summer, and autumn are marvellous, and I do miss seeing leaves on the trees in January and dogwood blossoms in March.
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Thanks for the thanks

Post by Mike Kirney » Mon Dec 08, 2003 4:16 am

You are welcome, Coffee and Mike. I got them for free so its only fair that I pass them on to interested parties.

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Re: Thanks for the thanks

Post by Dmitry Petrov » Mon Dec 08, 2003 9:32 pm

Hi all !!!
Perfect pictures!
More Thanks.
But why "jpg" ??? :((
It would be better in GIF format.

Also I send one photo too.
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Post by cbromano » Sat Dec 27, 2003 7:55 am

BTW Some People DO READ subject lines

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Post by cbromano » Sat Dec 27, 2003 10:05 am

BTW Some People DO READ subject lines

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Re: Thanks for the thanks

Post by nmasters » Sat Dec 27, 2003 11:00 pm

Dmitry Petrov wrote:Hi all !!!
Perfect pictures!
More Thanks.
But why "jpg" ??? :((
It would be better in GIF format.

Also I send one photo too.


Hi Dmitry--

It's about file size. GIF is better for drawings and cartoon type art. JPG is not so good for line art but handles images with subtle shading, like paintings and photographs, pretty well. If you save a photograph as a GIF the file will be huge (sometimes as much as 3X larger than JPG). There are lots of other file for graphics (and some may have slightly better compression ratios) but these two are the standards which all web browsers can read without using plugins.
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