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Photos missing in tech area

#1 Post by Greg Spreeman » Sun Feb 27, 2011 12:20 pm

I've been putting my engine back together and wanted to be sure I was adjusting the valves correctly and the points as well but, the photos are missing. Tried from a few different computers but still no luck.

Maybe just a bad address for the photos in the programming.

Thank you to everyone who keeps the site up and running.
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Re: Photos missing in tech area

#2 Post by Barry Brisco » Sun Feb 27, 2011 12:51 pm

Greg, thanks for the heads up on that problem. I've fixed the photos in those two articles. That happened because the old domain at 356registry.com went away.

So there are probably other tech articles with missing photos. Please contact me directly if you find any.

This topic has been moved to the Q&A Forum as it is a question about the Registry website.

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Barry

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Re: Photos missing in tech area

#3 Post by Mark Sabbann » Fri Nov 21, 2014 7:56 am

On a similar note, the photos in the wooden steering wheel article are missing: https://www.porsche356registry.org/article/112
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Re: Photos missing in tech area

#4 Post by Greg Bryan » Wed Nov 26, 2014 2:43 am

Thanks, Mark - not sure if this can be reconstructed, but I'll look into it.
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Re: Photos missing in tech area

#5 Post by Mark Sabbann » Fri Jan 02, 2015 11:41 am

Also here except the whole link does not work: https://porsche356registry.org/techinfo ... heels.html
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Re: Photos missing in tech area

#6 Post by glen hamner » Sat Jan 03, 2015 1:28 pm

This is the thread I have been looking for but I suspect not many who receive the Daily Digest will opt to read on.

I am dismayed how few of our following are posting their photos of our Holiday and other fellowship gatherings. Its an easy task as I have enjoyed taking the video feed provided by others and creating still images which I then posted of the same event for others to enjoy.

Surely there are thousands of us with exemplary photos of a Holiday or other event we attended that are wasting away in our hard drives. For the sake of the faithful who enjoy musing through our current shallow files, post your best images of your 356 memories under the appropriate markers of one-for-all and all-for-one web site. And for those with other events worth documenting, do begin an album of your very own for others with similar memories of the event to post to.

Its a small thing to share precious memories, do your part, take the time to go into the Resources sections of our web site and under Photo Gallery find the category that best fits your 356 photo memories. And, thank each of you skillful hackers for taking the time to share your memories. Even those with projects should be taking the time to post there images here.

I do hope the person that began this thread by posting his project here for posterity has not lost access to his memories, and that he will soonly receive assistance from our webpage guru in recovering his misplaced memories. And I thank him for allowing me to hijack his thread, but only slightly.

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Re: Photos missing in tech area

#7 Post by Greg Bryan » Sat Jan 03, 2015 2:55 pm

I did ask the webmaster about this some time back and some photos were recovered in the technical articles.
Not sure what else is possible.
New articles work as intended for the most part
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