Electrics to Glow Conversions Are you converting an electric airplane to glow and need help? Have you already converted an airplane and you want to show it off and give some tips? This is your forum. Enjoy.

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Old 12-20-2011, 04:22 AM
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Dear moderators,

Would it be possible to include a sticky on this forum with an idiot-proof subject and text indicating thois is an Electric to glow forum and a link to the glow to electric forum?

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/forumid_132/tt.htm

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Old 12-20-2011, 05:38 AM
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Dear moderators,

Would it be possible to include a sticky on this forum with an idiot-proof subject and text indicating thois is an Electric to glow forum and a link to the glow to electric forum?

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/forumid_132/tt.htm

Thanks!

Merry X-mas!
It seems you are overly sensitive to those whose choose an alternative to your preference. I am strictly gas and glow, but appreciate the desires of the electric devotees. In hearing their intentions, I may offer suggestions to keep it glow instead of converting. .

Sincerely, Richard/Club Saito #635
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Old 12-20-2011, 07:18 AM
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No, but if there is a dedicated forum for it, why place questions in another thas has exactly the opposite purpose? Instead of repeating over and over and over the link to the correct forum because someone cannot read properly, it is pointed out clearly as a sticky.
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No, but if there is a dedicated forum for it, why place questions in another thas has exactly the opposite purpose? Instead of repeating over and over and over the link to the correct forum because someone cannot read properly, it is pointed out clearly as a sticky.
Even though it is obvious that English is not your first language, your statements are painfully evident of your impatience and intolerance of those that " cannot read properly". You are one among many of the different cultures and languages that read these forums. I suggest you try to help others, as many of us do, even though it may sometimes require "repeating over and over and over the link to the correct forum" JMTCW

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spaceworm, the way to help them is to direct them to the forum where they are most likely to get help.

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I think it is fun to give a gentle poke to those who dare to talk about electrics in our little forum.[>:] This does seem to be our only sanctuary.
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Patxipt has the right idea. I find it to be a nuisance when I see a 'new thread' only to learn it was someone who did not read the title of the forum correctly.

Perhaps a larger font would help.
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spaceworm, the way to help them is to direct them to the forum where they are most likely to get help.

Bruce
But, not to suggest that they are "idiots" or that they "cannot read properly". That attitude will turn them away from gas/glow and they may never come back. Many electric flyers will eventually turn to gas/glow, given some guidance and a positive attitude from"our" sector. JMHO
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Patxipt has the right idea. I find it to be a nuisance when I see a 'new thread' only to learn it was someone who did not read the title of the forum correctly.

Perhaps a larger font would help.

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