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britinusa

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Re: 1987 MK 1 Electrical System Upgrade - Feedback Requested
« Reply #270 on: May 08, 2016, 12:15:41 PM »

Thanks Jon,
I was unable to open the xlsx doc on my laptop, but could on my PC. (opened with Open Office) and from that I created a PDF just so that I could have the diagram on my tablet for when I'm at the boat.

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Re: 1987 MK 1 Electrical System Upgrade - Feedback Requested
« Reply #271 on: May 08, 2016, 07:02:12 PM »

Thanks Jon,
I was unable to open the xlsx doc on my laptop, but could on my PC. (opened with Open Office) and from that I created a PDF just so that I could have the diagram on my tablet for when I'm at the boat.



Could simply be that you didn't have the Microsoft converter on your software.
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Re: 1987 MK 1 Electrical System Upgrade - Feedback Requested
« Reply #272 on: May 09, 2016, 01:07:19 PM »

Hi Paul,
I just completed updating the write up to have both Excel and PDF formatted files for the schematic, cable planner, and parts list. I've also added a graphic of the schematic in jpg format to the beginning of the write up in the background section. Thanks Ken.
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Re: 1987 MK 1 Electrical System Upgrade - Feedback Requested
« Reply #273 on: May 09, 2016, 01:42:33 PM »

Cool Jon,

I hadn't noticed that ProMar 20 amp charger before -- it is meant for a "fishing boat" not the demands we put on house banks!
They burn up over use we put them through (I know, but don't ask!   :shock: )  Unfortunately Promar is very scant in the info/documentation they provide about that prior to purchase.

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Re: 1987 MK 1 Electrical System Upgrade - Feedback Requested
« Reply #274 on: May 09, 2016, 01:54:23 PM »

Oh also  -- Something else I found about wiki -- for others posting files --  :idea:

You can put the link directly to a file, in an article -- vs -- the link to the mediawiki page where the file is "administered" (I guess is the term.)  It cuts out one step in the viewing process -- i.e., the file will open directly) and it also kinda keeps folks out of the file area so that it may tend to stay intact (someone not upload a file in it's place or.....  )

Confusing,   :think    ..... maybe an example will explain better than my rambling?

The Cable Planner link is to:
http://www.c34.org/wiki/index.php?title=File:Cable_Planner_H4.pdf   opens the file admin page.

When you open the file however, its address itself is:
http://www.c34.org/wiki/images/8/8a/Cable_Planner_H4.pdf

So in articles once a file exists, we can go back and substitute back in the address of the file -- and it will open right up or download (depending on your browser.)

Also I know there's a way in a link to force a file to open in a new window (or tab depending on your settings) but how I CRS.  Maybe Stu or someone else.... remembers how>
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