WWII Aircraft Timeline
Posted 14 April 2018 - 05:31 AM
Posted 14 April 2018 - 05:51 PM
I attempted to pull up your post on ww2aicraft.net but was told that my computer
did not have the ability to do so. I would truly enjoy seeing what you have put
together. Your post No.1 has no path listed that would allow us to see your work.
I personally know how many hours, days and years it would take to put such a
compilation together. If it helps any, you are welcome to use all the information
in all the timelines I have posted. I have thought about doing just that for all the
fighter aircraft of WW2, but my time is too limited. My goal at this time is to just
add timelines to all the fighter aircraft I have posted to date and then expand
on performance trials of these aircraft that I have not posted at this time.
Posted 15 April 2018 - 06:34 AM
Fixed it! Had to Zip it.
However zip's leaves many tablet users in the dark :-(
Posted 15 April 2018 - 05:13 PM
It is a standard Excel file in *.xlsx format. Since I am using a PC and have Excel installed, I have no problems.
What format would you like it is? I have a tablet, but not Microsoft Office on it, and I don't try to open something I don't have the application for. I use it to fly a drone. So, I have no idea what format you can see it in on a tablet if you don't have Office (Excel) as an application. Any suggestions would be welcome.
Posted 15 April 2018 - 06:18 PM
NO CAN SEE your file. I tried but OFFICE wanted my email address. Then they wanted
all the information I would have to give them as if I was buying OFFICE....THAT WASN'T
GONNA HAPPEN! I do not have excel at this time and everyone knows I am pretty much
computer illiterate. But you are still welcome to use any of the information I have put together
on the AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE area of this site.....payments due on the first of the month
to all references used.
Posted 15 April 2018 - 07:56 PM
Corsning, send me your email in a PM (or public) and we'll bypass this crap. I have NO idea why it sin't working for me as it works fine everywhere else.
It has to be a commie plot of some sort ...
Sometimes this stuff just happens ... sometimes I give it some help. When I get it sorted out, it'll probably be my fault. It seems to work out that way.
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