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I would like to post my 1978 Datsun 510 wagon for sale in the classifieds but can't get past the first page, select "cars" then I get an error message "oops something went wrong" have emailed the admin, can anyone on this forum help me?

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That's because you were not a Ratsun member. Usually people start an introduction post and a Mod will approve them.  So let's call this your introduction and.... you're clear to use the ratsun.net car classifieds

 

 

Oh... welcome to Ratsun.

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Thank you!  I did join (again) yesterday.  We were on this group a few years ago but lost track of password and such, will be posting our Datsun soon! 

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If you have the user name I can look it up and send you a new password. Then all your posts are saved and you can access and change your new password.

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Thanks!  I created a new password and got the ad posted, but....the main picture that is featured is not the one I'd want to feature to grab attention, it was the first photo I posted of the car, body shot or any one of the body shots would be fine.  Instead the featured picture is from the middle of the set of photo's and it's the engine, which is rather boring.  Anyway, I tried to edit but it say's too much time has elapsed to make changes.  Can you help me with this?  Thank you!

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Start another one with the corrections. I'll delete the old one.

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Hey. Just registered. Want to sell my 200sx 1977 but have the same problem with "oops, smth went wrong". Thank you!

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New members have to be approved by a moderator. What really helps is an introduction post (in General Discussion is fine) about you and your involvement with Datsuns and Nissan. 

 

 

You are approved....

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Damn Mike you are easy!  LOL

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Mike, 

 

I am in the same boat.  My old password is a yahoo hack-a-thon derivative and I'm using gmail now.  I was daddyoethan and cannot get to my old e-mail.    Help and thanks.   I am clearing out 320 trucks and parts.  Only keeping my VPL221.  

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Working on it.

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Well, I'm a member and can't post an ad because of the requirement for a photo.  I'm old, I have enough trouble working with computers anyway, so I don't do photos.  I have an old but never-opened carburetor rebuild kit for the Hitachi that came on the '81 720 Z-22.  I will give it free to anyone in the southeast Seattle/ east King County area willing to meet up with me.  Why would anyone need a photo of a carburetor kit?  Silly.  if members have that little faith in their fellow member actually having the goods described, it speaks poorly of the people involved in the activity.

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Google images...

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Just copy and paste this picture into the sale ad. In the text mention this isn't the exact picture.

 

 

I hear ya on the 'old dog learning new tricks'. I had a picture hosting site account for months before I ventured out and tried to post a personal picture. I had to..... to keep up with everyone else. A picture is worth a thousand words.

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This computer has recently decided to no longer accept Internet Explorer, which made it very simple to copy and paste. I'm near to smashing the thing against the nearest large hard object and forget the internet. I put the carb kit on Craigslist.

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Internet Explorer? Your computer is doing you a favor.

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Internet Explorer had the best tool bar, simple and obvious.  When I'd ask advocates of Firefox or Chrome or whatever how they did a copy/paste or a print preview  or whatever, they'd say, "Oh, first you do this, right-finger, then you do this, no, left finger,  then yak yak, .  .  . ," and tell me some non-intuitive thing I'd have to remember for a couple of weeks until I needed it.  

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I find nothing in life is intuitive.

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FireFox is setup so you can customize your tool bar.  You can ad Copy/Paste and Print Preview too your tool bar.  You can also highlight with you mouse and right click the Copy Paste menu and then left click Copy and then left click Paste.  IE has and had nothing special about it.

 

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Copy/Paste are "Edit Controls" Drag and drop whatever you want into the fish box and then you canplce them where you want on the tool bar.  You can choose what tool bars you want at the bottom of that window.

 

If you liked IE I will pray for you.

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