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Old 09-09-2003, 03:51 PM
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I have three albums in my gallery. The first contains pics of my truck and motor, the second has pics of the rocker arms before installation as well as a pic of the DSC business card and receipt.
The third album, containing only a dyno screenshot has been hidden by administration. My question is, can I move that picture to my first album (the one with the truck pics), and just delete the dyno gallery altogether? I put it in there so it could be seen... I know I've seen dyno pics in other folks' galleries. If not, no big deal... just curious.

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That album was closed by me.It doesn't mean it isn't allowed,It just has to be hidden

If a user needs to see it.
You are supposed to Copy & Paste it into a post on the message boards.

Same as the rocker assembly & the DSC business card
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That's cool, Dennis. It's no problem at all. I'm not complaining at all, just curious. I'll move the DSC card and receipt out of there, too. Now, what about the rocker arm pictures? Most people have albums in their galleries with detailed pics of their buildups. Is that not going to be allowed in a visible album?

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I'll get back to you.

EDIT:

Okay, How about this?

Keep all tech related photos ,concerning the modifications in a special album & HIDE it.

Keep all Literature in a special album & Hide it,Plus,
Keep all Avatars in there or in another album & HIDE It


Keep all Photos of just The Truck & the FINISHED Projects concerning the truck in another OPEN album.


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