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Old 08-10-2018, 04:25 PM
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To save a screenshot in order to email, is quite simple.

go to a web based email interface, Your ISP, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook/Hotmail, click on Compose/New message(or whatever they use) and in the text field, Ctrl V for paste, and the image you just took will be pasted into the email, if you want to send the email like that, you can, or you can resize and crop the image, and once it is sent or saved, you can access that image any time you are in email.

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To save a screenshot in order to email, is quite simple.

go to a web based email interface, Your ISP, Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook/Hotmail, click on Compose/New message(or whatever they use) and in the text field, Ctrl V for paste, and the image you just took will be pasted into the email, ...

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wow, I never thought to do that!
I never realized I could do that! lol

I just tried it...hit Print Screen...started an email...put the cursor in the text body and pressed Ctrl V.
Bam!

Obviously the image is not an "attachment", its an image right in the text body.
It might get filtered on some email servers...
or might be treated as spam (advertising emails usually have jpegs in them),
but its still a good way to try to send an image
(without having to open the image in a graphics editor and save it)

Thanks for that!
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Old 08-11-2018, 09:06 AM
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Thanks as well
Learn something new every day

And sorry about overloading the message

Hope it will work in mail dot com

though yahoo is the one I use from here
I do not log in to that one often right now
Full
over 9000 at the moment
2 hr time limit does not allow me to empty it
Barely got 2500 out the other day!!

What about using 'Right-Click, Paste" ?
will that work as well?
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Old 08-11-2018, 11:19 AM
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Yes Dan, Right Click Paste works(same command)
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Old 08-27-2018, 09:59 AM
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Looks like we are back to some sort of normal Koolwheelz release.

No more 20 Questions...or secret reveals...for a while, anyway.

But, going back a couple months...back to the first 20 Questions Challenge...
the prize for that contest, was a chance to suggest a future Koolwheelz model.

Neilio won that honour and suggested a model (in private, to me).
I liked the idea and created the model for him.

And now...its time to publish it for you!

1970 Plymouth (Road Runner) Superbird



I knew a guy back in the 1970s that owned a Superbird.
Or at least the street version, which was basically a Coronet with some fiberglass bits bolted on.
It wasn't a car that interested me and I wasn't a Nascar fan at that time.
I found these bigger "muscle" cars to be too big and heavy for drag racing.

But cruising around a super speedway at over 200mph gets your attention!

I never knew much about this car until now...thank you internet!
I am a big fan of Nascar, but I really didn't pay much attention before the 1990s.
The Superbird era was way before my time.

Even if you're not a Stock Car Racing, you've heard the names...
just about everyone knows the "King"...Richard Petty who won 200 races and 7 nascar championships.
And you can't ignore the Petty family legacy in Stock Car Racing...
four generations of Pettys have raced in Nascar for over 60 years.

The Superbird was an important moment in Richard Petty's career.
Petty drove the Superbird back in 1969 for two seasons in the iconic blue #43 paint scheme.
It was Dodge's attempt to win more races in Nascar and lure Petty back to driving a Dodge car in competition.
He had previously left Dodge cars to race with Fords that were more aerodynamic.

The 70 Superbird was a modified Plymouth Road Runner, although the race Superbird
actually used the front fenders and engine hood from a Dodge Coronet.
Powered by a 426 cubic inch V8 Hemi the car competed well, winning 8 races in 1970.
Rule changes in 1971 however, made the car underpowered and obsolete fairly quickly.

Richard Petty voiced the character Strip Weathers in Pixar's Cars movie.
Weathers appeared in the form of a cartooned Superbird race car.

Petty's 1970 Superbird is on display at the Richard Petty Museum in North Carolina.
You can find the model in the Racerz section of my website.



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Old 08-27-2018, 10:24 AM
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I can correct you on some info here
Richard wanted Plymouth to do the 'Bird in 69 after Dodge came out with the Daytona version of their CHARGER
Or he wanted Chrysler to allow him to change to the Charger
Chrysler said NO to both and Richard drove FORD Torino Cobra's & TALLEDEGA's for the 69 season
He won the very first event at Dover in a Ford
He would return to MoPar and Plymouth in 70 when the Road Runner Suberbird was introduced.
Yes the car was Legal in 71, but without the Hemi!!
Several Daytona's & Superbird's did run during the 71 season
but NO HEMI engined ones were allowed.
Richard would use the newly designed Satellite bodied Road Runner
in 71 and early 72 then switch to the Charger near mid-season
He stayed with Dodge thru the introduction of the Magnum, But would with the GM
in mid 78 with a Monte Carlo
for 79 & 80 he would split the season with the Olds Cutlass & Monte Carlo
He and Kyle also tried the Caprice/Impala a few times for the 80 season
the cars were Downsized for the 81 season After the first race at Riverside Road
course --(Daytona 500 saw the smaller cars mandatory Richard won in a Buick Regal).
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Old 08-27-2018, 11:48 AM
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So...you didn't actually correct me on anything.
You just added more info!
Info that I decided to leave out since it has very little to do with the 1970 Superbird that I made a model of.
Did you also want to point out the various physical differences this car had throughout the 70 season (at different races)
that I chose to ignore since I could only model it in one version?
Or will you tolerate my mistakes in that area?
...
I guess I wouldn't be so snotty had you not made a point of "correcting" me.
Just not in the mood for it today.
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Question to Airdave i think???

he means this guy!? but?? I mite be wrong!


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Old 08-27-2018, 12:42 PM
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Nobody is talking about that one Mike.

And I have no plans to make that model either.
Sorry.
Can we stop talking about Disney Cars?

...
Moving on...
Datsun 240Z soon.

I'll probably need to be corrected on that one too. lol

I hate Mondays.
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