Asked by tripoli9 9 years ago
I want to meet people in the comunity like me that I can E-Mail
Asked by anth101 8 years ago
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Asked by trevor00 7 years ago
What i mean is a console that can play ps3/xbox360/ps2/psp/DS/GBA/wii/gamecube/n64/etc games all in one box? I think one of these could save tons of money.
Asked by DJ Radio 9 years ago
I've enjoyed instructables for a LONG time now and have endured the annoyance that it is to have to sign in to view all steps on one page... Now that that's gone for non premium users I'm frankly annoyed. Why are you guys trying to FORCE me into buying a bloody membership!? You guys sell plenty of advertisements to cover the costs on here please give us non-wealthy a chance to view all the steps on a single page. I'm beginning to think they should just set up a completely separate pro website for instructables and leave us poor bastards behind but at least give us the all steps on a single page. Really unfair move guys! Change it back!
Posted by !werdna! 8 years ago
The "View All" buttons sometimes don't work for no readily apparent reason. I'm using Windows XP and Google Chrome. Usually both view all buttons fail as they have done today. Sometimes they work on some Instructables and not on others. Sometimes they work in the afternoon and not in the morning. Sometimes you publish my bug reports
Posted by crickleymal 2 years ago
Hey everybody, I checked out the site again today, and was looking through some instructables. But unfortunately, the "View all steps on one page" button won't work anymore :( Are there any known issues with it? NrDesign
Posted by nrdesign 8 years ago
I know that I can transmit a FM station 50 feet without having any problem with laws (at lest what I have been told). But how can I transmit over all stations in that field?
Asked by nfarrow 8 years ago
Maybe this has a topic already, if so, I apologise! I think it must be new, having to register to see all steps. I don't like it! Annoying for when I'm at school and don't want to log in and just generally inconvenient. I think it might put new people off using instructables because registering just to see how to do a project is quite a turn-off. I know the service is free and I feel bad only ever making a contribution to complain! Instructables is a great site and one of my most visited, I really do love it! Anyway, just my thoughts.
Posted by unigamer 10 years ago
I have this new Ati all in wonder card right? And it has two tuners built into it, one is supposed to be for TV which is what I have it hooked up to right now, and the other for FM radio which I haven't tried yet. But is there a good chance that they are both regular tuners and I could use them for dual recording?
Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago
The Olympics are coming, and although I will miss most of it, it would be cool if I could take part in some way. It turns out I can, and so can every other Brit reading this, in an event called All the Bells. The short version is, on Friday 27th July, at 08:12am, UK time, as many bells as possible, from doorbells and bike bells, all the way up to full cathedral bell-towers will ring, all across the United Kingdom. Taking part is easy - just stand on your doorstep and press your doorbell - but why not go the full hog? Are you in a cycling club? Get them all out in the street, ringing their bike bells. Live near a church? Even if you're not religious, get in touch and get them involved. Go to school? Talk to the music teacher, borrow the hand bells or the tubular bells. Are you an engineer? Hang up the biggest lump of steel on the site, and beat it with a hammer. Heck, just get all your friends to set an alarm on their phones and iPods with a bell-tone at 08:12, or turn up your PC speakers and play with sound effects. Pass the website around your friends and contacts by Facebook or Twitter, put a poster up at work, add graphics and links to your blog, and generally spread the word. [BLOGGED]
Posted by Kiteman 5 years ago
How do you send an 'instructable's email' to all of your subscribers?
Asked by robotkid249 6 years ago
1.Mac 2.Chrome and Firefox 3.Any project 5.On any project the need to login to view all steps can be bypassed by: 1. Click View all steps at bottom of project (registration modal appears 2. Click "Already a member? Login »" (Taken to login modal) 3. Click outside of modal and it will route you to projecNamet/?ALLSTEPS (You will be able to view all steps without being logged in) If this is site is MVC I would guess that moving the redirect to take place IF after the session has been created and ELSE exit modal. But I'm no professional so this could be no help at all
Posted by AlexC241 2 years ago
I would like to say a big thank you to all those in this great community that helped me on my way to a runner-up in the apple challenge. I would also like to thank those who helped me reach my goal of 50,000 views, I am soon going to tick over 57,000 and still going strong.
Posted by JM1999 3 years ago
So, I was on google earlier today when I came upon this gun, the Qcw-05. Now as far as I am aware, this is a pretty hard gun to make, as the mag is behind the handle and trigger. Now correct me if Im wrong, but this has not been done before, it probably has, but tell me if so. Anyway, this challenge is only for the smart knexers. So there it is, can you do it? Lets find out, after the break! :-)
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Asked by DELETED_maboy 6 years ago
Q1: Is their a way to download all the Instructables that I have favorite-ed? Q2: I was also wondering if their is a way to view my all my favorite-ed things in one web page. eg (like in a list form.) Along while ago it used to be done kind of like this. https://www.instructables.com/you/?show=GOOD&sort=RECENT&limit=20&offset=40 of course you could change the limit to = your total number of favorite-ed things. but now if you are signed in and on your main page you can only click on the "More Activities" I cant find a way to display all of the favorite-ed things all at once for clicking on. So.. how can i do this now?
Asked by gprime1977 5 months ago
I've noticed that even when i'm not logged in i can still view all steps on one page, so whats the point of it being there ??? Cant it always be on one page? Instead of every time i go on an Instructable i have to click on 'view all steps on one page' Then to get back, i have to click back twice its just realy anoying... :/ Browser: Google Chrome Software: Vista
Posted by flerkster 6 years ago
I have been on instructables for a while and I have never had any problems, but recently, I cant access Allsteps i tried everything including typing the url myself. All that happens is that it takes me to the first step/introduction page, I would greatly appreciate it if Someone could help me solve this problem. Thanks, Matt
Posted by pivotgodxd 8 years ago
Does anyone know where the quote from the Combichrist song Shrunken Heads For All Occasions comes from? If you haven't heard the song, there is a voice saying "Now, shrunken heads for all occasions, collect 'em, swap 'em, give 'em to your witchdoctor friends". I've tried searching for it, but with no luck whatsoever.
Posted by Jur 8 years ago
Google hasn't been able to provide a definitive answer yet. I've seen it hyphenated many times, but by the rules I can seem to find on the subject, they suggest that it probably shouldn't be. Any grammar whizzes here who can help me out? The sentence I'm looking at is along the lines of "go look at our all(-?)new website".
Asked by yokozuna 6 years ago
Untill like 10 minutes ago, every time i viewed an instructable, it went to everything on 1 page automatically, but just now, it didnt, so i went to change it back and it said that i'd have to be pro member for it... but i dont understand, i never was pro member, and i had it always, but now its gone?!
Asked by godofal 8 years ago
I love Instructables, but I find that I use it less and less lately. The main reason is the need to go through all the instructions and convert all the measurements from the old British system to the metric system that everyone else in the world uses. I do have a plugin for my browser, but it doesn't work on my tablet or phone, which I use more often when building stuff. It's 2017. Literally 95% of the worlds's population uses the metric system, and we have computers. Is it not possible for you guys to knock up a little programming routine that converts all the measurements if I'm in a metric country? I understand this is an American site aimed at an American audience, but it seems you're cutting off a huge number of potential site users here.
Posted by DELETED_PaulL101 1 year ago
I am sure that I'm not the only one with these feelings about the changes in the site "permissions" concerning guests viewing instructables. I have been looking at this site (which I love, by the way), but something that's really, well, stuck in my craw, is the fact that guests cannot view all steps or view other pictures. What purpose does this accomplish? Are the admins trying to bolster the number of members? Just because a viewer doesn't have an account does not mean that he shouldn't be allowed to view all the pictures. I am also having trouble understanding why the admins don't allow guests to view all steps. The site hasn't always been like this. Not too long ago anyone could use most of the understandable viewing features. An excerpt from the Terms and Condidtions of Use (from section 7, subsection F, first sentence): " Instructables, in its sole and absolute discretion, may preserve Content and may also disclose Content if required to do so by law or judicial or governmental mandate or as reasonably determined useful by us to protect the rights, property or personal safety of Instructables, Instructables users and the public." (go look at the last three words again) I don't know about anyone else, but I think that not seeing all the pictures detracts from the educational viewing experience. If anyone has a good perspective on this, I'd love to hear why the site is like this.
Posted by thecheese429 8 years ago
I recently used all thread to make an axle for two casters and wheels so that i could adjust how loose or tight the sides of the caster rubbed on the wheels. i made the casters and my dad attached them to the pre-made base that he had made earlier, looking back i probably should have helped out and made an instructable along the way... anyways the method that i used to put the wheels onto the axle made me wonder if i could easily use the same method to put a pulley or a gear onto all thread. the idea is that i would simply put a nut, then a lock nut, then a washer, then the pulley, then a washer, then a lock nut, then a nut and i would tighten the holy bejeezer's out of it until it was firm and steady, the friction of the washer would transfer power through the lock nut to the all thread. would this work? even as a proof of concept? i want to avoid ordering anything off the internet so if anyone knows where to get actual pulley and gear axles here in upstate new york that would be beyond great! also as a side note, i'm thinking about using a hole drilled into a flat piece of steel or even some uber hard wood that's been sitting around collecting dust and sawdust to use as support for the axle, it'd act as a kind of bushing/bearing type deal. the idea is that i would keep it working by simply putting two nuts together on either side of the hole on the all thread and tighten them together until they locked.
Asked by waldosan 5 years ago
I created a very basic greasemonkey script that adds a "all comments" link just below the normal "add comments" button. When you click it the page will reload and all comments (up to 2000), not just 50 at a time, will be displayed. Script simply appends "?&sort=NEWEST&limit=2000&offset=2000" to the end of the URL. This should making searching through comments with "ctrl+F" much more useful. Note that the page reload might take a while if there are a lot of comments. I am a copy paste coder, this works on my machine(xp with FF3.5) and my account, you however are on your own. If your computer explodes and the internet breaks after you install this, I'm very sorry. When you download this file you will get a .tmp file. Rename it to whatever.user.js, the only important part is that it end in user.js. Next, right click on whatever.user.js and choose open with firefox, you can then install it in the browser. Update--Works in Chrome. Follow the same renaming steps as above, then simply drag it into an open chrome browser window. Chrome will give you the generic warning, just click "continue" to install.
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