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Ipswich RCMC Multi-Launch Glider Event – Sunday April 22nd 2012

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Allowed models:

Winch or towed – Open/F3J, 100S, RES, Classic, Vintage and tail-less

Electric – Open and 2meter fitted with a height limiter (150m/30sec. motor run)

Hand Launch – max. wing span 1.5m Mini-bungee – max. wing span 1.5m

More details of the format can be found in the BARCS Handbook, please read section 4.2 from page 42 as there are a few changes from last year.

Start time 10am, points count towards the BARCS leagues.

Entry fee £4 – prizes for overall top 3 and for class winners.

Please send your entries in by 8pm on Saturday 21st with your preferred frequency and a reserve or two if flying on 35MHz.

Post your entry in this thread, on the FlyQuiet forum or email me at

Please note: Height limit for electric gliders is now 150m – also entry fee reduced by £1.

Tony

Entry list here

Wahhh! where're the tables gone?

Only kidding Austin - but it would be nice to have them back if possible.

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Wahhh! where're the tables gone

:(

Only kidding Austin - but it would be nice to have them back if possible.

The software doesn't support tables properly, especially when copy and pasted from other documents. Some of the tables from the old forum were a mess. Not sure if you have Windows 7 but if you do you can use the 'Snipping tool' to take a capture of your excel or word table and post it as an image, or just write it the way you have in your post above. I will look into tables further but doubt they will return.

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Hi Austin, I use GNU/Linux 99% of the time these days. I used standard html to make the tables in the previous forum software, these look OK in my older threads but mess up when I tried to copy and paste from an old topic in to a new thread. I can image what copying and pasting from Excel or Word might do. :rolleyes:

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