I think you need to put each of the URL between the img /img tags if I'm right then the first picture should be here. But its not and I dont know whether this is a bug in the latesat version of the proboard software. I only know that it did work for me eventually on a proboard bulleting board that I run. I've just checked on the proboards support site and there are problems with some photohosting sites, the other thing is proboards dont allow bitmap files. There may also be a file size limit and the first photo is 127kbytes which may be too large, you could try reducing it.
The pictures can be seen by clicking on the URL in the message but apparently Proboards dont like images from tinypics and hence the pictures dont appear on the board. The reason is apparently that tinypics truncates the file extension, proboards must have a valid extension such as .jpg .gif .jped .png to work. However since you have published the URL for the pictures any can get to them which while it is not the way things should be, is probably OK until proboards sorts things out, if ever.
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lancelot , your workshop is cleaner than mine was when it was new!!!!. how do you do it, i only clean up and de- swarf about twice a year, then the local scrap dealer jumps with joy, (or is it rage ? ). keep going mate, well done.
Hello Steammadman, the shop is so tight that more than a couple of bits of swarf, I can't get out never mind getting in, on the other hand , you surely wouldn't be suggesting I aint doing enough, ;D I have two shops , back to back, the one you see is 13ft*5ft , with a heck of a lot of elbow room used up, the other is about the same size, it has the linisher, and the vertical drill, and the buff e/t/c. At the moment I am finishing off the ''SCORE'' stuart and turner, then will be concentrating on the 'TICH'' while I look for castings for a bigger S/T engine. All the best for now, John.