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Messages - Ken G Price

Quote from: kojo on August 06, 2016, 08:16:35 AM
thanks for the reply. not sure if it was a busch or what. i am trying to locate the train set that included it in the package. i saw it on ebay. will look up the busch tunnel 3007. thanks again.

Please let us know what information, you do, or do not find.
Quote from: Jhanecker2 on July 07, 2016, 08:55:35 PM
Good Evening All :  My current keyboard  Has both "Home" & "End"  and  "Page Up" & "Page Down"  Keys  and  Both sets do the same thing as going to the top of the page and to the bottom of the page .  I am currently using  Windows   system  10  having upgraded  from System Seven .  J2.
I have the same, with Firefox 47.0. The newer keyboards seem to have these, Home" & "End"  and  "Page Up" & "Page Down"  Keys features.
Since I have a keyboard with a 'Home' (goes to top of page) and a 'End' button, (goes to bottom of page) it has never been a problem I have had.

If I do  [Ctrl][Page UP] it takes me back to the last tab and not the page top on the current tab.
I must be different on different brands of keyboards.
Odd, it is.
Quote from: Yardmaster on June 12, 2016, 09:28:28 PM
Any enamel clear coat will do. Using dullcote will cause "silvering" (the clear parts of the decal will be hazy)  when the decal  is applied. Normal sequence of decaling a model is paint , gloss clear coat (so the clear decal film blends into the clear to avoid silvering), finish coat of clear gloss or flat to seal the decal depending on the desired finish..
I have also found that the clea rcoat works best.
General Discussion / Re: Awsome scenery
June 11, 2016, 04:43:01 PM
What site? I see no link. ???
June 09, 2016, 12:15:37 AM
Quote from: genetk44 on June 08, 2016, 08:10:22 AM
Duh!  Somebody slap me please! ::)

WHAP!!   :D

Hows that?

See, I watch NCIS.  :P
HO / Re: HO track questions
June 05, 2016, 09:04:33 PM
When using flex track make sure the movable track is on the inside of the curve.

Why, you ask?  ;D
Well, if not, you will find very large gaps between the ties, Very un-prototype looking. :o
If the site says the photos are to large, then why not resize them with the software provided by who ever you host them with?

I uses Photobucket for my online storage so I can use their software.

Then there are the objects that are exactly the correct size and just do not look correct no matter what.

This is true in all scales. So some times I will finally get use to the thing or not and have to remove it.
Do you mean running, as in moving? Or as sitting on the tracks?
How many engines sitting makes no difference. I can not see you needing a booster unless you wish to run a lot of sound engines at the same time.

If only having one to three running at a time then you fine with the feeders and power.

Do the lights in the engines go on with DCC? Or is there no power to the tracks? Or to only some of them?

When you say DC does that mean disconnecting the DCC and hooking up a DC pack?

Quote from: Yardmaster on April 17, 2016, 01:19:08 PM
Bit of a stretch...

Just a bit?  ::) ssssstttrrreeeeetttccchhhhhhhhhhh
General Discussion / Re: One last thing about dcc
April 04, 2016, 10:38:10 PM
Quote from: Tyler on April 04, 2016, 05:26:01 PM
Your Norfolk Southern Heritage Units can also run with the EZ command controller right?

If they have a DCC decoder installed then the answer is, Yes!
Any brand engine with a working DCC decoder installed, should run on a EZ  command controller.
General Discussion / Re: New engine on the railroad
March 16, 2016, 01:41:30 AM
Wow, very nice indeed! :D
Why would you put oil on the wheels? It will also get on the track and you will have almost no traction. That is why it slips.

Remove all oil from the wheels. There is no reason to put any oil there.
I have never even lubed the gears in the wheel trucks of any engines.
HO / Re: finger flick switching.
March 05, 2016, 07:21:30 PM
From your description I'm not sure if this is any help.
This is how I reach to out of the way Atlas and Peco switches.