How to: find things on an F (TF)

8 years 6 months ago #23321 by broon
There's a few good sites showing location of parts./sensors etc. But I made one a while back for the complete amateur. Basically nice wide shots showing as many landmarks as possible so anyone could identify where the part was.

It needs updating and isn't finished, but might help some people


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8 years 6 months ago #23364 by talkingcars
Nice one, that is a site worth developing further.

James


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8 years 6 months ago - 8 years 6 months ago #23382 by broon
Its always on my to do list...but usually when I am in a position to expand the locations etc ....I am there to fix something:ohmy:

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8 years 6 months ago #23384 by bryan young

broon wrote: There's a few good sites showing location of parts./sensors etc. But I made one a while back for the complete amateur. Basically nice wide shots showing as many landmarks as possible so anyone could identify where the part was.

It needs updating and isn't finished, but might help some people


How to find....


That is a really good idea and must be further developed and finished. i had a look at the site and its great :woohoo:

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8 years 6 months ago #23396 by psymon
Its given me an idea, using hot spots so as the mouse moves over the picture it pops up the name of the part

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8 years 6 months ago #23399 by Rich in Vancouver
That's a very useful tool. I have visited Broon's site many times to pick his digital brain
and have been looking forward to seeing all of the links connected.

Psymon, The hot spots are a great idea!

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8 years 6 months ago #23401 by broon

Psymon wrote: Its given me an idea, using hot spots so as the mouse moves over the picture it pops up the name of the part


That was my original plan years ago but never got round to it. the web software I use now though has an easy image map tool to do just that, so I may have a play over the next few days...........

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