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Old 17th November 2016, 09:29 PM
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VERY disappointed. Why? This has been - and would continue to be a wonderful resource for Haynes last two manuals about building a sevenesque car. There should be a third book using Mazda components to update the build - Phil @ Talon? maybe? - a really great pity to close this resource :-(
I love your optimism Ian but a book written by me would be 10 pages of technical drawings as a pic says a thousand words......
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Old 17th November 2016, 09:33 PM
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I am making enquiries to see about the possibility of Haynes releasing the data but who knows if they will be willing.
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I love your optimism Ian but a book written by me would be 10 pages of technical drawings as a pic says a thousand words......
Lol i feel your pain phil i am already writing a book its very laborious i still have the tech parts to do
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Old 17th November 2016, 10:38 PM
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Well this sucks balls
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Old 17th November 2016, 11:32 PM
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Also would like to know what happens to our messages in inbox
Hi,
There is an easy way to save them.
- go in your inbox
- on the right bottom corner, you have a menu "Move to folder..." and the "Go" button
- select all your messages (tick the boxes on the far right of the messages)
- unroll the menu, and you have saving options (download as XML, CVS, TEXT)
- chose "download as Text"
- click on the go "Go" button just next to the menu
- all your received email will be saved in a .txt file
- do the same with your "sent items" to save them the same way on a different file : click on "Edit Folder" in the left menu, and "sent items" in the main window, and repeat the operation as you did for the inbox)

Hope that will help
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So much more helpful than i am sylvain
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Old 17th November 2016, 11:41 PM
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Default To The Admin-please Read This And Help Us

Now, I would like to ask the admins of the Haynes Forum : how can you give us all the complete forum to be backed up on a new website of our choice. Can we transfer it to another domain name hosted by one of us? I could really take car of this and host the forum on a personal website with public access. This Forum and all the informations it holds can not be lost for ever: it is just inconceivable to me.

There should be a way to do this and back the forum up and host it somewhere else.

Please, if some of you have the necessary knowledge to help me transferring the forum to a website we will continue to maintain, contact me. We just can't let this forum be lost forever.

Clock is ticking guys, there is just 2 weeks left to do this.

Thanks.
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So much more helpful than i am sylvain
I'm a man of details!
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Now, I would like to ask the admins of the Haynes Forum : how can you give us all the complete forum to be backed up on a new website of our choice. Can we transfer it to another domain name hosted by one of us? I could really take car of this and host the forum on a personal website with public access. This Forum and all the informations it holds can not be lost for ever: it is just inconceivable to me.

There should be a way to do this and back the forum up and host it somewhere else.

Please, if some of you have the necessary knowledge to help me transferring the forum to a website we will continue to maintain, contact me. We just can't let this forum be lost forever.

Clock is ticking guys, there is just 2 weeks left to do this.

Thanks.
Someone would need shell access to do it properly but I believe,because it's still an old version, the database can be backed up under the ,maintenance menu that full admins 'should' be able to se. The files would still need to be copied so root server access would also be needed. With the right access it's a reletively easy task but it all depends if Haynes will give anyone access.
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I am making enquiries to see about the possibility of Haynes releasing the data but who knows if they will be willing.
at the end of the day its all of our data not theres, if i all gets lost it will be such a waste,
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