Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by cocksure, Sep 7, 2013.
Tom and Julie ARE NO LONGER MEMBERS OF GUISELEY...........
Well I would love to come over and shoot this, but unfortunately the times on a weekday will only suit someone that works nights or is retired. Unfortunately I am neither.
Agreed - and I like to view videos on my tablet. So I am screwed everyway
Brother, if you call me or PM me I will wait until 7pm just for you, I kid you not. Otherwise you could try Guiseley Field Target Clubs FT shoot every Sunday 08:00hrs-12:00hrs.View a great Thursday HFT shot on you-tube, search 'HFT shooting The Rat Hole'. Enjoy!
Tablets can view GFTC vid's as far as I know...try again, I may have been fiddlin' with the vid'.
Tablets are mobile devices.
No you don't say..
I use a dongle, which as you are clearly aware is a mobile device, and I have no problem using the net. Maybe you should upgrade from the old Kindle to the new one then eh? Have you tried to view it? I'd get my money back for whatever tat you've been sold mate, its 'clearly not fit for purpose.
Nothing there when I've searched it the same as Dave, it's an iPad3. Thought you'd appreciate the feedback, maybe try putting a link up. Think I'll stick to Emley for my northern shoots though.
And to think I'd always considered dongles to be a modem using mobile networks.
Don't know mate...
Search you-tube on any device other than a handheld phone for Goldfinger shoot, top of the list, simple. Enjoy Emley, I've heard it's a great club. Do they have free WI-FI?.......(dont use a search engine, go on to you-tube.)
Somehow different, do you know mate?
Tom and Julie ARE NOT members of Guiseley anymore.....
It's pretty simple to watch NOT AVAILABLE ON MOBILES youtube video's on your mobile device.
On the menu for youtube towards the end of the menu there's an option 'Desktop' - if you select this option you will get the desktop version of the YouTube website instead of the mobile version.
This will allow you to watch this video if you can be bothered to
That'tl be the, 'use desktop or somesuch' advice I gave.
That there is very similar to the..'use desktop or somesuch' advice I gave when I pointed up the vid. Can I have you clarify any further issues that arise, as you are concise and to the point....smartarse!
Can't see anywhere on this thread where you gave that advice. Perhaps I need to view the thread on a mobile device to see it eh
I will give you some advice though, if you want to promote an event, you'll have much more success if you try your best to avoid being rude and discourteous to people.
I've never met you, but from your posts on here, I'm quickly forming the opinion that your username is too long by 4 letters
Hats of to you Brian - I always enjoy your concise and educated responses/posts.
This one defo made I laff ... loud ... and lots
Bri made a funny!
I was really happy to see this post as I'm moving up to leeds in the next few weeks. Fortunately I work 11 day shifts so I'm home early afternoon every other Thursday and look forward to popping bye.
A pc or laptop on a dongle using mobile broadband is still a home computer running different codec formats to a mobile device that is why is is unsuitable to play on a mobile device that means its using a file that a mobile device doesn't. Mobile devices are smart phones an tablets
Hope that clears up any confusion for people
I really didn't mean to cause offence, I don't regard 'smartarse' in this context to be rude, and I put the 'embarrassed' icon because of my inability to use you-tube properly, and the 'smiley' icon to show good humour. The message was actually self-deprecating but text can be a fickle world. However, even with my username shortened the missus says it's still uncomfortably long......... My sincerest apology to yourself good sir.
Very gracious, I'm sorry I misjudged you
Anyone putting in the effort to get shooters off the zero range and onto a course is alright in my book.
Goodnight and goodbye...
After careful consideration, the world of text may not be for me, therefore I leave you now, bowed but un-broken. Thankyou and goodnight.
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