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laatsch55

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#21
On "full editor" scrfoll down and you'll see "browse"
that lets you select the image from wherever you have it stored.
 

orange

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#22
glemon said:
When I say I need pushbuttons I meant the Pioneer unit I have as an analog tune without pushbuttons, it is complete, as new and very nice, but I want a pushbutton tuner. I did win the Pioneer UKP7600, the guy said he had at least one more, must have found some old store stock or old warehouse or something, he has a lot of vintage stereo equipment, anyway, got one too look forward to seeing the box arrive.
What I meant is that style of button cover is fairly common and you could replace it probably.

Pass the Pioneer goodness to somebody worthy or save it as a backup (they make great shop sets, obviously).
 

jbeckva

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#23
laatsch55 said:
On "full editor" scrfoll down and you'll see "browse"
that lets you select the image from wherever you have it stored.
Another possibility is you may be using Internet Explorer 9. If that's the case, click that "compatibility view" button on the right side of your address input. Thought I had a sticky somewhere on 'er...

IE9 comes with it Microsoft's attempt to become "standards compliant", but it breaks a lot of sites, this one included.
 
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