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Old 01-09-06, 03:33 AM
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www.bmxtrix.com

Is it just me or does anyone else find it impossible to navigagte beyond the first page? All I can see is links to New York Jam etc etc updates down the whole page. About bmxtrix says there is an how to and gallery etc, but I can't find links to navigate to them.

I'm just being dumb I'm sure, please point a brother in the right direction.

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Old 01-09-06, 06:42 AM
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that site isnt really that helpfull anyway.
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Hover over 'How-To' at the top, then go down to 'Flatland' or whichever, click on that.
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Originally Posted by MadMan2k
Hover over 'How-To' at the top, then go down to 'Flatland' or whichever, click on that.
I noes how to use teh arpaweb

As I said, there are no links to how to, or galleries etc.

My main page looks like this:
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bmxtrix used to post here
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What ever happened to that?
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Do you have the latest version of IE installed?
Looks like it might be either a security/content setting, or just a problem with IE. Try running the System File Checker - go to Start -> Run -> "sfc -scannow" (without quotes). It'll ask for a windows disc if it needs to replace any files with the good copy.
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Or you could just stop using a browser as crappy as MSIE is.
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I use Mozzila firefox, sometimes its ******** like that, but BMX trix has its videos workin now.
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Originally Posted by MadMan2k
Do you have the latest version of IE installed?
Looks like it might be either a security/content setting, or just a problem with IE. Try running the System File Checker - go to Start -> Run -> "sfc -scannow" (without quotes). It'll ask for a windows disc if it needs to replace any files with the good copy.
I'm on a works pc.....



Never mind, thanks fopr the infoes dudes.
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Old 03-01-06, 02:24 PM
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Don't know how I miss this stuff...

If by chance you are on a browser that does NOT have Macromedia Flash installed (less than 2% of browsers are like this)....

Try this for direct navigation.
https://www.bmxtrix.com/html_navigation_frames.htm

I don't know where the original 'HTML' navigation page has gone to - been many years since I designed that page and most people have Flash on their machines.
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