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Old 03-14-2006, 01:52 PM   #1
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Default Where can I 'Host' my setups etc?

Can anyone recommend a site that will let me make pictures, setup sheets and possibly some video available for people to download?

I was using TotalRC but they seem to have disappeared off the net.

Rob, any chance we could have a section of RCRacechat dedicated to setup sheets, or will they simply take up too much server space?

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Old 03-14-2006, 02:11 PM   #2
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Sure can!

www.uk-rc.net

Let me know what you need and i will provide

(sorry if this is in wrong forum)

No restrictions on bandwidth and i have plenty of free space.

EDIT: I forgot to say i meant for set-ups.

If you do need some videos hosted i can do it. But its not an automated thing, sorry
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for set-up sheets, you can go to www.adobe.com and make documents into PDF files.
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Old 03-14-2006, 03:43 PM   #4
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Paul, I registered on your site but it wouldn't allow me to start a new topic in the setups section.

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for set-up sheets, you can go to www.adobe.com and make documents into PDF files.
I don't understand why all the setup sheets and entry forms are PDF's. Why can't they just be JPG's? Files are near the MB mark when they can be 1/2 that as a JPEG....
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PDFs, when printed, look much nicer. PDFs also allow for check boxes, making it easy for you to go through in Acrobat/Acrobat Reader and put check marks, enter information in the correct boxes.
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yeah they are much clearer that a jpeg or btm. And another reaason they are is for the document software different people have. I have Microsoft Works, most have word (i do have both though), some have apple computers, and so on, it just makes it accesable to all.
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Sure can!

www.uk-rc.net

Let me know what you need and i will provide

(sorry if this is in wrong forum)

No restrictions on bandwidth and i have plenty of free space.

EDIT: I forgot to say i meant for set-ups.

If you do need some videos hosted i can do it. But its not an automated thing, sorry
Which section should I put them in?
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hey,

Login and post a new topic in the setup forum,

http://uk-rc.net/forum/index.php?showforum=38


any probs let me know. That shud work tho
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hey,

Login and post a new topic in the setup forum,

http://uk-rc.net/forum/index.php?showforum=38


any probs let me know. That shud work tho

Cheers, my setups are on there now, as JPG's (I can't be bothered to wait for PDF's to upload )

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