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Old 27 September 2005, 11:53   #11
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Well your picture shows us just passing over the Rotherhithe Tunnel. We passed Bid Ben at 3:05, so I guess the timings about right. Assuming that's a RIB, looks likely that that's us! Cooool!!!!

The family we went with had a truly fantastic day. Imagine their surprise when I said "Oh, and here's the view from 1000ft up...."

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i will go thru the pics and email you the ones that show you in there


will be a nice memento from the day

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Well your picture shows us just passing over the Rotherhithe Tunnel. We passed Bid Ben at 3:05, so I guess the timings about right. Assuming that's a RIB, looks likely that that's us! Cooool!!!!

The family we went with had a truly fantastic day. Imagine their surprise when I said "Oh, and here's the view from 1000ft up...."

ok pics sent, not had chance to ftp them to my server yet as need to get some free ftp software that does not run out.....any ideas any one, will then have pics for all to take from the site then

have asked a favor in the email sent, could you give me some advice about getting on that part of the thames, i need to do it
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need to get some free ftp software that does not run out.....any ideas any one
Yes, but you don't need additional software.

1. You can use the command prompt, not as scarey as you might think. Firstly change to the folder where the pictures are, it makes life easier later. In this example, my pictures are in C:\web
Just type FTP and then the name of your server. Enter username and password at the prompts (pressing enter after each ). Then change to the upload folder (the same one that you would have used with the FTP software) by using the CD command and then the folder name. Then type PUT and the name of your file.... That's It!!
2. You can use Windows Explorer and set up the FTP site in Network Places, however I've found this to be troublesome.
3. Smart FTP is one of the leading GUI shareware/freeware packages which you should be able to find using Google.

When you've finished, type BYE to leave the FTP session.

HTH!
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Yes, but you don't need additional software.

1. You can use the command prompt, not as scarey as you might think. Firstly change to the folder where the pictures are, it makes life easier later. In this example, my pictures are in C:\web
Just type FTP and then the name of your server. Enter username and password at the prompts (pressing enter after each ). Then change to the upload folder (the same one that you would have used with the FTP software) by using the CD command and then the folder name. Then type PUT and the name of your file.... That's It!!
2. You can use Windows Explorer and set up the FTP site in Network Places, however I've found this to be troublesome.
3. Smart FTP is one of the leading GUI shareware/freeware packages which you should be able to find using Google.

When you've finished, type BYE to leave the FTP session.

HTH!
most ftp packages seem to be trial only which is a pain, have used smart before, with your method below can i move multiple files, ie 300 or a folder ?
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can i move multiple files, ie 300 or a folder ?
For that job, get Smart FTP!

For Personal, Educational, and Non-Profit Organizations it's free

http://www.smartftp.com
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For that job, get Smart FTP!

For Personal, Educational, and Non-Profit Organizations it's free

http://www.smartftp.com
And there's me thinking ALL FTP software was free........
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aghhhh

you dont need to resort to the command prompt for FTP

just use windows explorer and you can simply drag and drop your files to your ftp server.

simply open up windows explorer and type in the folowing in the address bar.

ftp://usernameassword@servername.co.uk

obviously replacing username with your ftp username and password wioth you password. and servername.co.uk with your ftp address

then you can drag and drop file to and from your ftp site as easilly as copying files form one folder to another on your pc
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here is the url for the pics

i have started posting the pics on this url, beware there are lots of them and please excuse the friends ones but the others are there for you to take copies of

http://www.webxpro.plus.com/photos/

most of the pics are still downloading so will take a fair bit of time i think
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Chris... will keep me eye on that...

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And there's me thinking ALL FTP software was free........
Don't be silly... someone will always be willing to relieve you of your cash in exchange for a fancily named software package

Roy... as in point 2 and you can of course use Internet Explorer if you so wish.
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