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Old August 7th, 2017, 11:43
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

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I use Chrome. I opened the page with IE and can see the pictures.
Regarding the supposed photos in post #1 there is no indication there was ever a photo when viewed with the browsers listed below.

As to the posts with links, the following are the results with various browsers.

Chrome---NOPE. Tiny, very tiny black square on an all black page.

MS Edge---NOPE. Blank white page.

Internet explorer 11---NOPE. Blank white page.

I'll have to check firefox from the computer in the family room.



EDIT: I can see the chick in the white shirt.
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Old August 7th, 2017, 11:50
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

Interesting as the T-Shirt is also a JPEG image like the others I hosted on Naxja's server in my account in post #1, but the t-shirt is hosted on another web site where they sell the shirts.

It must be your all's browser settings or a Naxja issue or a combination? Like I said Google has tons of blog discussions on settings on the browsers that need to be changed to fix it on your end.

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Regarding the supposed photos in post #1 there is no indication there was ever a photo when viewed with the browsers listed below.

As to the posts with links, the following are the results with various browsers.

Chrome---NOPE. Tiny, very tiny black square on an all black page.

MS Edge---NOPE. Blank white page.

Internet explorer 11---NOPE. Blank white page.

I'll have to check firefox from the computer in the family room.



EDIT: I can see the chick in the white shirt.
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Old August 7th, 2017, 11:58
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

Just for grins does this one show up?



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Regarding the supposed photos in post #1 there is no indication there was ever a photo when viewed with the browsers listed below.

As to the posts with links, the following are the results with various browsers.

Chrome---NOPE. Tiny, very tiny black square on an all black page.

MS Edge---NOPE. Blank white page.

Internet explorer 11---NOPE. Blank white page.

I'll have to check firefox from the computer in the family room.



EDIT: I can see the chick in the white shirt.
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Old August 7th, 2017, 11:59
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

I've tried to view them on just about every OS/browser combination I can think of (within Windows & Android), and nothing works. I see the T-shirt just fine as well.

CRAZY to tighten a filter that much, BTW. I never tighten them more than I can with my hands, and don't use tools at all to R&R. I've never had one come loose in 30 years.
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Old August 7th, 2017, 14:05
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

Was the Jeep hot, by chance? Hot jeep makes taking the filter off harder.
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

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Was the Jeep hot, by chance? Hot jeep makes taking the filter off harder.
Nope mine runs at 180-200 F tops. The quick lube place over tightened it using the 1" nut on top of the K&N filter. Rookies,

I just checked the folder these photos are in and the setting is set to public, not private????
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Old August 7th, 2017, 15:28
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

I wonder if you need to be a paid member to view them here now?

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I've tried to view them on just about every OS/browser combination I can think of (within Windows & Android), and nothing works. I see the T-shirt just fine as well.

CRAZY to tighten a filter that much, BTW. I never tighten them more than I can with my hands, and don't use tools at all to R&R. I've never had one come loose in 30 years.
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Old August 7th, 2017, 17:21
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

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I wonder if you need to be a paid member to view them here now?
I feel cheated.
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

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I wonder if you need to be a paid member to view them here now?
I paid.

Shoot, I am on the BOD.

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Old August 8th, 2017, 15:09
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

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Just for grins does this one show up?


Nope.
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

So who is running the Naxja web site? It looks like it is a naxja problem at least in part. While it works for a few of us, it should work for most of us on most browsers. It looks like a code issue to me on the image code page, as the code does not end with a .jpeg or .jpg file name, unless the way this stuff is coded has changed recently?
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

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So who is running the Naxja web site? It looks like it is a naxja problem at least in part. While it works for a few of us, it should work for most of us on most browsers. It looks like a code issue to me on the image code page, as the code does not end with a .jpeg or .jpg file name, unless the way this stuff is coded has changed recently?
Does this trick below work?

That's a good observation. If I sign out of , I can't see the pictures. When I login, everything looks good.
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Old August 9th, 2017, 07:25
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So who is running the Naxja web site? It looks like it is a naxja problem at least in part. While it works for a few of us, it should work for most of us on most browsers. It looks like a code issue to me on the image code page, as the code does not end with a .jpeg or .jpg file name, unless the way this stuff is coded has changed recently?
Does this trick below work?

If the trick below is that you quoted me, then yes, that works. If there is supposed to be a picture, then no, it didn't work.
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

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That's a good observation. If I sign out of , I can't see the pictures. When I login, everything looks good.
That explains why I only see them in the Firefox browser, it is the only browser I log in from. And I never log into any sites from a cell phone for security reasons. Too portable and easy to steal. So it is partly a Naxja issue, but many vehicle blog sites do the same thing, block image viewing unless you sign in or join. That is why I don't bother browsing their sites!!!!

So folks need to log in to see the photos, like on many other sites. Also some have security settings issues in their browsers they are using, or the IE settings of the operating systems.....
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Re: The force was strong with this one, Oil filter nightmares

There are plenty of people posting in this thread that are logged in and can't see the pictures...
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