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  • TheWeaver
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    I've only met MikeC through a Google search for weathering wood. His craftsmanship, kindness, genuine passion for the hobby and desire to see you succeed stands out in all his comments. I will always remember, his advice, his formula #9, his avatar, and his "I'm a busy man...." signature. We'll see you later Mike.

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  • TrainClown
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    I am flabbergasted to hear about the loss of our friend. He was my first fine scale modeling mentor back in the days of "The Gauge" in it's heyday when Mike went by the nick of Casey Feed-water and I was knocked out with his craftsmanship. I regret never meeting him face to face. What a wonderful man and a swell human being.

    This news makes us so sad in our hearts.

    My wife Deborah and I will always remember him.

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  • Rick
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    Originally posted by stockjunkie


    OK Im logged in since Im posting. What Im having trouble with is posting photos, or a file. I was trying to post a photo to the On30 forum. I fill out my username, password and the message. When I click on "insert a file" I get a message box that says "I must be logged in to use this page". What am I doing wrong? Thanks again, JD. (Jeff).


    OK Jeff, now that I know the real problem I'd be willing to bet that you are using either Mozilla or Firefox.

    Read the last link that Bruce posted.

    If that doesn't solve your problem let us know.

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  • Dutchman
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    Jeff,

    All of the hints on posting photos are over in the Arrival Track Forum. Here are the links:


    Resizing

    http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/t...?TOPIC_ID=5383

    Posting Photos (non-FireFox)

    http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/t...TOPIC_ID=15110

    Posting Photos (Fire Fox)

    http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/t...TOPIC_ID=18629

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  • stockjunkie
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    OK Im logged in since Im posting. What Im having trouble with is posting photos, or a file. I was trying to post a photo to the On30 forum. I fill out my username, password and the message. When I click on "insert a file" I get a message box that says "I must be logged in to use this page". What am I doing wrong? Thanks again, JD. (Jeff).

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  • Rick
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    Originally posted by Dutchman


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    Originally posted by stockjunkie


    I have a question for the administrator, I cant find anywhere on here to do a "contact us". I am a registered member, but I have forgotten my user name. Its not a matter of password, that I have. I tried to re register but it says my email is currently in use. Any way to solve this problem? Thanks, JD.


    Jeff, your user name is stockjunkie and you must be logged on in order to make this post. Is there another problem?


    Bruce, he must have already been logged on since he did post that last message.

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  • Dutchman
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    quote:


    Originally posted by stockjunkie


    I have a question for the administrator, I cant find anywhere on here to do a "contact us". I am a registered member, but I have forgotten my user name. Its not a matter of password, that I have. I tried to re register but it says my email is currently in use. Any way to solve this problem? Thanks, JD.


    Jeff, your user name is stockjunkie and you must be logged on in order to make this post. Is there another problem?

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  • stockjunkie
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    I have a question for the administrator, I cant find anywhere on here to do a "contact us". I am a registered member, but I have forgotten my user name. Its not a matter of password, that I have. I tried to re register but it says my email is currently in use. Any way to solve this problem? Thanks, JD.

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  • deemery
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    Can we add Mike's famous tag line "I'm a busy man..." to the description for "Mike Chamber's Craftsman Corner"?

    dave

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  • RRRR4
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    I was just going back through postings and realized who MikeC was. I wish to pay my respects, evrything has already been said.

    Lou

    "The death of any man deminishs me."

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  • lazerman
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    that is awesome joe great idea.

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  • Gene
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    A very honorable gesture Joe. I think Mike would be embarrassed BUT honored. Thanks for your thoughtfulness.

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  • Climax1880
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    You know Joe, I was ready to quit this outfit a couple of times but some words of wisdom and common sense from Mike soon put me on the right track. I think that your tribute ideas are right on. I think that I've got most of his entries on paper but there isn't enough paper in the world to put down what this outfit AND me owe him. Now, because he gave me so much incentive, I'm going back to the train room and do some things that I have been putting off for way too long. Thanks Joe and you too Mike.id="green">id="size3">id="Georgia">

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  • Jerry_M
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    I never met Mike in person but had spoke through e-mail,I miss him already. Great idea!!! Jerry

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  • dash10
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    I was so saddened to hear that Mike passed. I knew him for years and learned a lot from him, both about modeling and being a man and administrator. He was a truly skilled craftsman yet he shared his ideas and methods with anyone who asked. Some of his modeling and photography was indistinguishable from real. The model railroad community as a whole lost an important member and mentor. Fred Miller

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