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Garbo11/12/2012 19:54:56
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Edited By Chris Bott - Moderator on 11/12/2012 20:17:59

Concorde Speedbird11/12/2012 20:15:49
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I've done that with my Funfly, no problem...!

CS

Chris Bott - Moderator11/12/2012 20:19:08
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Garbo, can you follow the instructions when you post a youtube video please and only post them at 450 wide. I've changed your one above.

Thanks

Garbo11/12/2012 20:43:15
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sorry thought the cut off was 500, thats why I reduced it to 500

Chris Bott - Moderator11/12/2012 21:14:56
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No probs, the tech guys have tried to make it more obvious, as soon as you click the youtube button now, there are some instructions.

I mention it in the thread whenever I correct one, because that way more people see it.

John Privett11/12/2012 21:49:09
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Posted by Chris Bott - Moderator on 11/12/2012 21:14:56:

... the tech guys have tried to make it more obvious, as soon as you click the youtube button now, there are some instructions.

Chris, it looks like the "old embed code" option is no longer available on youtube, so your tutorial needs updating as it still stipulates that we should use it. It does appear that the "new" iframe youtube embed code works ok.

Furthermore, perhaps you could get the tech guys to make a minor tweak to the forum code to check the values of width and height in the youtube iframe code that folks post, and reduce them accordingly so that the width never exceeds 450. Then it wouldn't matter what width values people used - it would always display ok on here. That would (IMHO) be a better use of their time than adding instructions that people still manage to miss/forget/ignore. It would also save the mods time and energy in amending posts...

Chris Bott - Moderator11/12/2012 22:43:20
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Thanks John, I can certainly change the tutorial.

As for the tech guys making a change, I'll pass your comments on. Unfortunately they appear to have rather a lot of work on, all the time, so I can't make any promises for them.

Jon Laughton12/12/2012 00:53:55
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Nver mind the tutorial about posting youtube videos - who was the complete idiot flying that Airbus?

I will nver ever fly TAP after seeing that!

John Olsen 112/12/2012 08:36:44
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There was a US air force guy used to do spectacular low passes and turns with a B52 for airshows. There is a video of the last time he did it somewhere on Youtube.

John

bouncebounce crunch12/12/2012 09:41:22
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You Guys didn't understand what was going on in the video.

This is the new technique for drying your model flying sites during the wetter seasonscheeky I cannot believe you lot are trying to hinder progress.

ken anderson.12/12/2012 17:06:02
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this is The one for me........never seen anything like it..........the pilot in the pitt's has no nerve's......

ken anderson ........ ne..1 ...no nerve dept..

Josip Vrandecic -Mes12/12/2012 18:58:31
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Garbo and Ken...I have no nerves for that anymore..crying 2

But thanks anyway.

Turbycat12/12/2012 19:58:05
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Looks like some one made a packet selling smoke fluid!!

Andy

brfc712/12/2012 22:39:08
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3.50mins looked very close ken, not a chance of a show as un health and safety as that in the uk

Love how the camera man has an eye for the ladys yes

baz

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