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    Changes to Showcase

    I've changed the A-body.net Showcase to allow regular members the opportunity to add their cars. Originally, only subscribing members could use the Showcase.

    The limits are:
    - 1 gallery per user
    - 6 images per gallery
    - Max image size 250kb

    There is still an incentive to become a Subscriber. Subscribing members are given the following limits:

    - 3 galleries per user
    - 8 images per gallery
    - Max image size 500kb

    The Showcase is a great way to keep images of all our cars organized in one place. And users may post and reply to messages similar to how it's done in the forums. Any car can be posted in the Showcase. If you own it, post it!
    - Joe

    #2
    Just to ask, many of us have image hosting. Just so we wouldnt be hoggin up your space..... any way you could have a link upload sorta deal or the option upload your own to your server? Thanks for givin us all a place to have pics!
    "Pontiac, Of Course"
    1990 Pontiac Turbo Grand Prix 3.1T
    1998 Audi A4 Quattro 1.8T
    1999 Audi A6 Quattro Wagon
    1991 Audi 200 Auto
    1980 VW Dasher Diesel

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      #3
      Unfortunately, no. It pulls pictures from the upload space provided on the forum server.
      - Joe

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        #4
        What? The administrator of this site drives a Toyota? Why? For the love of God Why!?

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          #5
          Its close to a pontiac Vibe and was built in a GM plant next to the matrix if that counts for anything
          "Pontiac, Of Course"
          1990 Pontiac Turbo Grand Prix 3.1T
          1998 Audi A4 Quattro 1.8T
          1999 Audi A6 Quattro Wagon
          1991 Audi 200 Auto
          1980 VW Dasher Diesel

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            #6
            Originally posted by white89euro View Post
            What? The administrator of this site drives a Toyota? Why? For the love of God Why!?
            I pay the bills here, so it doesn't matter why.

            Originally posted by Prospeeder View Post
            Its close to a pontiac Vibe and was built in a GM plant next to the matrix if that counts for anything
            The Vibe was built in California next to the Corolla, whereas the Matrix was built in Ontario. But yes, the Vibe and Matrix are basically identical. GM designed the interior using Toyota components. I always found it interesting that early Matrixes used a GM-Delco radio from Pontiac.
            - Joe

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