Decoder fitting compilation version1

beavercreek

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Please feel free to add more links and I'll add them to the first two posts to make searching easier. I'll leave the posts in as credit to all who help out.
A great resource BUT......
Unfortunately the links to the old Gscalecentral archive are now not workin
 
muns

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Over the coming days, I will move decoder fitting guides listed in this thread into the new subsection "Decoder Fitting Guides", please be patient.
 
homestyal

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please change Stainz DCC fitting url to http://homestyal.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/stainz-dcc-fitting-guide-part-1-of-4.html

instead of homestyal.co.uk....etc, etc........................

Thanks

Rick
 
muns

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please change Stainz DCC fitting url to http://homestyal.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/stainz-dcc-fitting-guide-part-1-of-4.html

instead of homestyal.co.uk....etc, etc........................

Thanks

Rick
Added as separate post in "Decoder fitting Guides"
 
MyMiniatureWorlds

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Hi:
I use Mozilla Firefox as well as Explorer Brousers, and am having absolutely no luck either clicking on the listed links, or copying them into my brouser. Can someone please give me some advice, as all I continue to get is Error - Page No Found.
Thanks,
Rich
 
beavercreek

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This was a really useful thread but a lot (all of the ones that I have tested) of the links only show:
'GScale Central Forum - Error'
In fact all of the links on the first page (up to post Number.20) do not work
 
PaulRhB

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It appears to be the change in software breaking old links so we'd have to search out all the threads individually and find the new links. Not got time at the moment unless the Mods know an easy solution?
My reference list didn't name the threads just subject so it's hard to find them again. I'm happy to edit the top post if people supply new links lower down.
 
dunnyrail

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It appears to be the change in software breaking old links so we'd have to search out all the threads individually and find the new links. Not got time at the moment unless the Mods know an easy solution?
My reference list didn't name the threads just subject so it's hard to find them again. I'm happy to edit the top post if people supply new links lower down.
Sadly this is one of the prices of changing Software. I have to say that I have now got used to it and am getting to grips.

One of the possible ways is to look at the User that Posted the Threads postings. They all appear under the users name and this is how I have found all my own Postings. Most that I thought I had lost, but not so. I found them all in my 'Profile' then 'Information' and 'Find all threads by Dunnyrail'. Not tried to see if I can do this on anothers name as yet.

Yes tried it on anothers name and you can find their content. Might be useful if you can remember a Thread but only who posted it like say James Rollblock Project.

Hope this is a little help.
JonD
 
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stockers

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dunnyrail

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See, just needed the 'Boss' Paul ;)
Thanks Paul
From Paul :)
Yes what a man, great stuff Paul and thanks for reposting them all Paul.
JonD
 
Zerogee

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Thanks Paul, good job!

Jon.