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Post #161  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:01 pm 
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Thanks Steve, I'll try that until (or if) Rog can sort it out. How do I get my old Dalek avatar back?

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Thanks Steve, I'll try that until (or if) Rog can sort it out. How do I get my old Dalek avatar back?

Top right - Click * User Control Panel *

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Post #163  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:17 pm 
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Just testing to see if I managed to transport Jigger over.


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Thanks Steve, I'll try that until (or if) Rog can sort it out. How do I get my old Dalek avatar back?

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Well, it didn't bring back my old avatar... :roll:
I tried to upload from my computer and from the site I first found it on and the message was the same.... too big, too many pixels. Is there a way around this? :?

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Post #165  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:20 pm 
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I have modified the entry link to this area so it goes to the top of the last postings page.

That may be as close as I can get it for now. The main PhpBB forum is very active and many people have this same (or a similar) request.

There seemed to be a mod for it but it was only released today and was a beta version. I might wait until they have looked into this a bit more. This beta version also loaded information into the database which was a tad scary.

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Well, it didn't bring back my old avatar... :roll:
I tried to upload from my computer and from the site I first found it on and the message was the same.... too big, too many pixels. Is there a way around this? :?

Can you pm the image or tell me it's dimensions and size ?
Edit - or a link to it ?


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Post #167  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:26 pm 
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Do we have guests already? or is that you USMartin?

http://www.cravensheritagetrains.co.uk/ ... editch.JPG
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Hi ,just a trial run on here, I must say it looks rather good - and so worthy of a bottle of....

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Do we have guests already? or is that you USMartin?

http://www.cravensheritagetrains.co.uk/ ... editch.JPG
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Hi

That's a big one :P

Just use the link to your current one :

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Nice job guys - forum looks good :D


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Nice new site guys.

Havent posted much this season. But its been a great season so far. I criticsed Wenger a lot in the summer. But he has proven me wrong. And I hope Gallas has proven a lot of you wrong as well :)

Thierry who?

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Post #172  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 1:35 pm 
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From the worst kind of fan who does not see the big picture :!:

The unbeaten season had a 0-0 draw with Birmingham on the run in! We stole a Home point off Portsmouth that year as well, though it really was Pires who did.

We had the best christmas of any top team, with United losing to WHU and now we drew at home against a very organised Birmingham, and sometimes these results are a good thing as they remind the players that anything less than your best and any premiership team can do this.

the disappointemnt was tangible, and the players will respond for sure, just like United did after the WHU result.

Every team that wins the title will have these games, United have in each of theor wins, some poor performances at Home, but they always react, and that is more what we should look at, the next game, as that will tell you if anything is wrong at all, as watching the disappointment as they came off, you can see that the next game cannot come quick enough, so poor Fulham for me :lol:

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Post #173  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 1:56 pm 
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For O and A levels, i was at aldenham school, small boarding school, striking distance from london colney, shenley where i gather arsenal train.

When i started there, story went that not long before, arsenal youth came to play our 1st Xl and thrashed aldenham 6-0, charlie george getting 4 or smthing. Just punched some searches in google to see if anything came up. None.

BUT....there were a couple of v recent pics of denilson helping run an arsenal soccer school there (arsenal.com link > http://www.arsenal.com/article.asp?this ... er+schools ). Nice to find an arsenal connection to my old school and to see familiar buildings in the background (pic attached). The redbrick building was actually my House, Paulls House where I ate slept studied and drank for 5 and a bit years when 14-18 yrs old 1972-1978. The yellow brick building was the science labs. I love what google brings up when you search for smthing.


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I have modified the skin so that in Internet Explorer, attachments and code posts no longer have a grey box around them. Firefox is Html compliant, it appears IE is not.


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Post #176  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 2:03 pm 
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Good work on new site.

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Good work on new site.


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Post #178  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 3:12 pm 
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I think we have all felt like this at sometime, but seriously funny :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ...

http://www.flixxy.com/bad-day-office-fun.htm

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Post #179  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 3:24 pm 
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Have to say, like the look of this forum... Smilies good idea :!: Maybe stop Gunny from getting wrong end of the stick...

Any chance of getting personal abuse outlawed :?: ...

I'm going to have to give Gunny's Mum a call, she has left him to lie in bed for far to long on a Sunday... His Nuggets, Smiley faces and Alphabetti Spagetti will be ready soon 8-)

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We were absolutely appalled by the away facilities, with too many people in too small a place for the toilets and the bar. But that can't detract from a wonderful day.

From Birmingham fan in the Observer today, thought our facilities were 'state of the art'


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Post #181  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 3:41 pm 
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harlow steve wrote:
Sometimes I just fancy a change

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What do you mean 'a change!?!'. Thats exactly how you've looked everytime I've met you!!!

;) ;) :lol: :lol:

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Sunderland look to be hitting form at the right time, with Kieran Richardson back , and netting a brace today against ANC syndrome hit Harry's boys.
Still, every cloud has a silver lining , so it's claimed, and having rejected Mad Mike Ashley's offer to drink from his poisoned chalice at the bar-codes, at least Harry didn't have to sit grim faced watching that 6-0 thrashing of the Geordie's last night at Sold Trafford , and then , even worse, have to suffer the indignity of having to share a bottle of plonk with the drunken jock afterwards to discuss it with him!

Bad news, however, this reemergence of Roy of the ravers side for the team at the lane ( that time forgot) just when they were being written off by many , they are calling in at spuds gaff next weekend. And , the expected 3 points, that the worried manager was anticipating, now look less than certain to be obtained.
Juan 'day' Ramos's stuttering side have a tough away game midweek at Reading in the FAC , and the strain of playing so many games in a short period is exposing them for the poseurs that they really are.
A far different cry this , from their top 4 challenge of the latterday Silly Jol time , when having been dumped out of the cups by lowly Grimsby and Leicester , it meant that the spuds only had to play 40 games that term. Who says then that crime doesn't pay!

Welcome to the real world Senor Ramos!

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Chelsea don't you wish some history, Chelsea don't you wish you had a ground like this, Don't Cha, Don't Cha...

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Looks like yesterday.s result has delt a serious blow to gooners on the Forum...

Instead of Jolly Boys Outing to Margate, we've had the Sad boys outing to Beachy Head... Cheers up and watch these Video's, it should help...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dl-ai9HuR60

Even Blairs at it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDMJHYKr ... re=related

Martin Jol
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Oneday Ramos
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-ki5wBXiL8

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Hello all, Just want to say well done to warrior and all those who made this new forum, must have taken a lot of work, hats off to you 8-)

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Hello all, Just want to say well done to warrior and all those who made this new forum, must have taken a lot of work, hats off to you 8-)
Thanks - I am fooling with the smilies now.
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..thats never never stopped you before!

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Post #189  Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 6:35 pm 
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Just checking.

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Arsene:

"It is one of the mysteries of football that some players haven't played for 10 days and yet they weren't sharp."

Is that really a mystery?


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As advised I clicked user control panel to get my Dalek avatar back, but it took me to a screen where I couldn't see avatars mentioned. As Rog isn't around, can anyone who has got their avatar switched over to here tell me how to do it once you're in the user control panel?

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Bernard wrote:
As advised I clicked user control panel to get my Dalek avatar back, but it took me to a screen where I couldn't see avatars mentioned. As Rog isn't around, can anyone who has got their avatar switched over to here tell me how to do it once you're in the user control panel?


sure bernard. i just did mine.
1a. make sure you have your avatar image somewhere on your PC. Also make sure the size is 120 wide x 150 high pixels max.
1b. click user control panel
2. click profile (on left somewhere)
3. in profile, click edit avatar (still on left smwhere)
4. in middle top smwhere click browse. browse to that avatar image you want.
5. click 'submit'
6. you're done. :emoticon_mClapp:



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Hi everyone. Well done Rog new forum looks pretty good.

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AC Milan beat Napoli 5-2. Ronaldo got two, Kaka got the other. But the highlight of the night was young Pato scoring on his debut. There has been a lot of hype on the shoulders of the teenager, but he will be pleased with his first competitive game in Europe. He gives Milan some extra pace and dynasim up front that they have lacked this season. Walcott should take note.

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AC Milan beat Napoli 5-2. Ronaldo got two, Kaka got the other. But the highlight of the night was young Pato scoring on his debut. There has been a lot of hype on the shoulders of the teenager, but he will be pleased with his first competitive game in Europe. He gives Milan some extra pace and dynasim up front that they have lacked this season. Walcott should take note.


If Walcott was played as a striker more often I think we'd see a similar thing. Playing Walcott on the wing is like playing Owen there. He just isn't suited to that position.

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Oh my god!!!!!!! When you said you were 'adding some more smilies' I expected one or two!!!!!

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Man, just watched 'World Trade Center'. What a harrowing film.

And here we are b!tching about drawing with the Brummies.


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Anybody else finding that the display of avatars is intermittent?

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