1   General / Questions & Suggestions / Re: Widening the edit window (gallery)  on: Today at 06:43:20 PM 
Started by Bulbman256 - Last post by Bulbman256
On Firefox and possibly other browsers, you can manually resize the edit window by clicking on the resize symbol (see attached picture) on the edit window and dragging it so it becomes larger. Yeah two lines is hard to use so I tend to resize the edit window every time I type out a longer response.

Whatttttttt???// Thanks for the trick! :D
 2   General / Questions & Suggestions / Re: Widening the edit window (gallery)  on: Today at 06:11:51 PM 
Started by Bulbman256 - Last post by sox35
Yes that should work on most if not all browsers. If anyone is having a specific problem with any site features, let us know.
 3   General / Questions & Suggestions / Re: Widening the edit window (gallery)  on: Today at 05:56:08 PM 
Started by Bulbman256 - Last post by joseph_125
On Firefox and possibly other browsers, you can manually resize the edit window by clicking on the resize symbol (see attached picture) on the edit window and dragging it so it becomes larger. Yeah two lines is hard to use so I tend to resize the edit window every time I type out a longer response.
 4   General / Questions & Suggestions / Widening the edit window (gallery)  on: Today at 05:39:29 PM 
Started by Bulbman256 - Last post by Bulbman256
Hello people running the show,

I was wondering if you could widen the edit window to be bigger then two lines, it can be hard to find something, cut out or change the right text and is just a pain to see where in the comment you are if its a long one. I was wondering if you could make it like the normal window when u create a comment.

-Max 8)
 5   General / General Discussion / Re: Fulham ballast for 55 watt Sox lamp??  on: Today at 03:15:47 PM 
Started by ramdude2014 - Last post by lights*plus
Workhorse 7 or 8 ballasts are too costly and I would use just one of their outputs. Use the WH5 as shown here or you can use the WH3.
 6   General / General Discussion / Re: Would you be interested? (California Members)  on: Today at 12:57:39 PM 
Started by HPS_250 - Last post by HPS_250
Can I buy the 700 watt sylvania /c merc from ya.  I will ask if a local collector can pick them up from me?

The Sylvania 700w is /DX, I don’t have a /C one. If you still want it, I’ll arrange what you asked for. The coating is scratched on one side of the lamp so you know. You can have it for $25.
 7   General / General Discussion / Re: Would you be interested? (California Members)  on: Today at 11:35:14 AM 
Started by HPS_250 - Last post by funkybulb
 Can I buy the 700 watt sylvania /c merc from ya.  I will ask if a local collector can pick them up from me?
 8   Advertisements / For Sale or Trade / Re: QTY 120 135W traffic light bulbs for $1 !  on: Today at 10:36:38 AM 
Started by GE101R - Last post by HPSM250R2
I'm about to throw away about 200 incandescent traffic signal bulbs. I've got them listed on eBay but I've only sold one pack of each wattage 69w and 135w in like 3 months. I need to get rid of them so unfortunately they might end up in the dumpster.
 9   Lanterns/Fixtures / Modern / Re: What is your favorite street light fixture in Europe?  on: Today at 06:59:39 AM 
Started by osramlight_200 - Last post by AngryHorse
I’ve never been to Europe, so haven’t seen any firsthand, but I did like the simple design of the ‘pot’, a lantern used in Germany, and posted by Kai back in 2010 see here https://www.lighting-gallery.net/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-43421
 10   Advertisements / For Sale or Trade / Re: QTY 120 135W traffic light bulbs for $1 !  on: Today at 01:59:42 AM 
Started by GE101R - Last post by joseph_125
Honestly at that price, if you're a collector with a lot of 12" signals, it's still a bargain.

Most of my signals are 8" and I paid around $4 per bulb when I picked up some more 69w incandescent traffic bulbs last summer.
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