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StoneRoad
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30 Posts
Posted -  07/01/2010  :  18:24
Hi there,
I found this website and forum, thought that it looked interesting, so I signed up.
Once I have had a chance to explore, I am sure that I'll have a few things to say!

All the best for the New Year.

Regards
StoneRoad 


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


36804 Posts
Posted - 02/02/2011 : 07:41
Moh, on my mouse you press down on the scroll wheel.


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Tizer
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5150 Posts
Posted - 02/02/2011 : 12:30
My mouse has two little extra buttons down on the left side which toggle between next and previous web pages but I usually forget they are there!


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moh
Silver Surfer


6860 Posts
Posted - 02/02/2011 : 13:57
Ha - when I press my wheel a small button appears on the screen and disappears when I press again - what is it for?


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Sunray10
Regular Member


557 Posts
Posted - 02/02/2011 : 14:05
Same on my mouse, press down on the wheel, a round thing appears and you can toggle up and down without moving the wheel. Interesting!


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panbiker
Senior Member


2301 Posts
Posted - 02/02/2011 : 21:05
This is normal for a wheel mouse. rotate the wheel and the page will scroll. click once and you will see the round indicator with up and down arrows, moving the pointer away from the disc either up or down will scroll the page under the marker, click again and it will toggle the indicator off. Under the wheel there is a microswitch just like the other buttons. Using this as a middle button wil open a new tab when used on a url or web link. Clicking on an existing tab with the middle button will close the tab.

Some mice will come with drivers which if you install them will allow you to add or swap functions around on your mouse. Some models alow zoom features on the wheel for example. Most users just plug them in and use the features built into the Operating System or the browser.


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moh
Silver Surfer


6860 Posts
Posted - 03/02/2011 : 11:03
ah I see - very clever! I learn something new about my computer nearly every day - I'll get there yet!


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panbiker
Senior Member


2301 Posts
Posted - 03/02/2011 : 11:22
Moh - I think you are already well on the way there!


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StoneRoad
New Member


30 Posts
Posted - 15/03/2011 : 20:49
 FOTOPIC Status Report - 2011 March 15 Please be advised that with Fotopic currently unavailable, normal service will be resumed when I have decided on an alternative host for the image collections, and done some uplaods..... Apologies, an' all that! StoneRoad


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Sunray10
Regular Member


557 Posts
Posted - 15/03/2011 : 21:27
Hello again StoneRoad, wondered where you had gone to. I am interested in steam engines and all other steam stuff. I have some photos of steam locos on with the topic Puffing Billy and The Pilling Pig. I am also interested in steam lorries, canals, and anything old - like me for instance ! Welcome back.


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StoneRoad
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30 Posts
Posted - 24/03/2011 : 22:19
As a result of the sudden, and unexplained, disappearance of fotopic on the 9th March 2011, a small selection from the 800+ images – from two galleries – are now hosted on flickr.  

http://www.flickr.com/photos/60884630@N06/sets/ 

Currently there are two sets for current work (Saltburn Cliff Lift and the Miller Fifer), and a further eleven sets for past projects. 

As yet; the image titles, tags and captions (descriptions) are still a work in progress, and I will be adding others shortly. 

Edited by - StoneRoad on 24/03/2011 22:26:18


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StoneRoad
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Posted - 24/03/2011 : 22:33
Been very! busy working on the 'Victorianisation' of the cars from the Saltburn Cliff Lift, which has kept me off the streets!

And now it looks like I've got the little job of moving all the images.....

Quick plug
Beamish Museum host two steam events each year - 14/18th April 2011 is the Great North Steam Fair, and 1/4th September  2011 will be Power from the Past.
If anyone gets the chance - these will be well worth a visit!
 



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Sunray10
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557 Posts
Posted - 26/03/2011 : 21:03
Some good photos on that link StoneRoad, thanks for sharing these.

Edited by - Sunray10 on 26/03/2011 21:06:18


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StoneRoad
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Posted - 10/05/2011 : 22:00
Flickr updates to Mid-May 2011 Over the last few days, I have been able to spend time sorting out images and I have retrieved about 150 images that I thought had disappeared into the ether. These have been uploaded to the Flickr account, and I have titled, captioned and tagged them. This brings me up to just over 700 images, and I hope that I have got all the important ones – if I find any more lurking around……. Currently there are three sets for current work (which includes the Saltburn Cliff Lift, NER 70, and the Miller Fifer), a further twenty-two sets for twenty-eight past projects, and another six sets for additional images. This covers the wide range of projects carried out in the period from October 2006 to the present time.

As we are starting some new projects in the very near future, I will add sets for them as soon as I have the images.....

To help find the most recently uploaded images within the sets - I have added *New* to the title of the extra sets, and *Updated* to those sets with additional images. These notations will remain posted for about ten days or so.

As my photostream displays in the order of uploading, and I am adding images as I locate them, the image chronolgical order does not match......please note that some of the EXIF dates are very wrong, even some from the camera with the currently right date! This will be attended to shortly…..
 Thanks for looking – please explore my sets and photostream, and click on some images! Then I’ll know what is popular (or not!) StoneRoad(Link is in my signature)  


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Sunray10
Regular Member


557 Posts
Posted - 10/05/2011 : 23:30
Thanks StoneRoad for up-dating things and great to see the photos. Will have another look tomorrow. But they all look excellent. Cheers.Thumbs-up 


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Another
Traycle Mine Overseer


6250 Posts
Posted - 11/05/2011 : 08:42
Some great pics. Thanks. Nolic


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