Francis-Barnett Owners Club Forum

Welcome to The FBOC Forum which is open to all, but you must become a registered member, there is no charge for registering. But please remember the Club cannot exist without paying Members, so please consider joining the Club as a full paid member and help keep the Francis-Barnett name alive.

Joining the Francis-Barnett Owners Club could not be easier. Goto the club's website www.Francis-Barnett.co.uk
To join on-line click on the "Join On-line" button in the menu at the top of the page.
For those that would like to join in the traditional way again goto www.Francis-Barnett.co.uk and scroll down to middle page paragraph titled "Join the Club" just click on the learn more link further below and print off the application form. All information is contained in the form with address and membership fees.
Come and join one of the most friendly classic bike clubs around and help to keep the Francis-Barnett name alive.
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    Daminutt

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    Post  Daminutt on Mon Nov 11, 2019 4:55 pm

    I am Damien Nuttgens, and I own a  Plover 1958 which I am slowly putting together. I want to ask questions on the forum, but have never used one before. Is it possible to attach pictures to your text in order to explain something?
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    Post  FBKev on Mon Nov 11, 2019 5:13 pm

    Welcome to the Forum Damien. It is possible to post pictures, though I Have not done it with the forum in its new guise. But someone will be able to point you in the right direction. And if you post in the bike help part of the forum you will reach the right people.
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    Post  FBKev on Mon Nov 11, 2019 5:25 pm

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    Right Damien I have just inserted an image (from a desktop/laptop) When you post a new topic or reply to a topic at the top of the text box there are two toolbars, click on the lower left (host an Image) the click select files which should take you to your documents (this is on a desktop/laptop) select your picture then up load, when done just click anywhere out of the host an image box that will disappear and you will see a [url=https etc this is the image, when you post you photo will appear. Hope this Helps.
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    PS sometimes it is better to resize your pics to 640 x 480 pixels for ease of loading.
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    Post  Daminutt on Mon Nov 11, 2019 7:41 pm

    Thank you! I didn't understand what it meant by "Hosting"

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