Instruction scans for G1?

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  1. kllrwlf

    kllrwlf Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know of a website that has instruction scans for G1?

    I used to go to tfracetrack but the website seems to be down for good... :( 
     
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    I dl'd all of them knowing that something like this is going to happen...I can email it to you...

    Edit: it's pretty huge, the instructions!! 166MB YIKES!!
     
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    Who do you need? I can make copies.
     
  5. kllrwlf

    kllrwlf Well-Known Member

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    Sent you PM IlovU_Superion!
     
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    Is it me or the website above has been down for almost a couple of weeks already. Is there any alternative site to the one above?

    (it's the seacons instructions that i'm after)
     
  7. Triformis

    Triformis Insecticon Fanatic TFW2005 Supporter

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    There's an easy way to get in even when it's down and no downloads/PMs/e-mails are necessary. Check it out:

    http://web.archive.org/web/20060505144940/http://www.tfracetrack.com/index.html

    (it can be slow to load, but it will work, I assure you, just have patience, it'll be worth it)

    Now, how'd I find this? Well, some of you may have been here before, but here it is for the noobs:

    http://www.archive.org/index.php

    It sometimes goes by the name "The Wayback Machine". This site can be a bit slow, but it has periodicaly archives all net sites for posterity and historical records purposes. You can access the full sites and, yes, the scans at TFracetrack appear to be intact. I was even able to download some in addition to seeing them through my browser as per usual. Use it!
     
  8. kllrwlf

    kllrwlf Well-Known Member

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    Triformis Insecticon Fanatic TFW2005 Supporter

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    Hmmm...I'm not sure I would, but, then again, how are they gonna know who it was? Or do they simply trace your IP address?
     
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    You can't upload images unless you're logged in with an account. Editing and such can be done without registration, but they do retain IP addresses if you do that.
     
  11. kllrwlf

    kllrwlf Well-Known Member

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    Well, I made an account, uploaded one for one of the autobots... got taken down after about 1.5 hours.

    He/she wrote - (→Generation 1 - We don't need scans of instructions on these pages.)

    So that's that one that one. :)  Oh well... I'll try to find a home for them somewhere...
     
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    Triformis Insecticon Fanatic TFW2005 Supporter

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    The hell? "We" don't need scans? Well, we here do! Screw you, Wikipedia, you're supposed to be for the people by the people.....
     

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