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    • July 17, 2018 10:39 AM EDT
    • " Rooster " said:

      Watched it twice as suggested and still didn't see the pickle car?

       

       

       

       

      Roost, I'll make a video of the pickle car just for you. My layout is torn up a little for repairs, so give me some time.

       

       

    • July 17, 2018 10:36 AM EDT
    • It worked fine for me right from the start. So did my 7/8 video. And that doesn't have the "allow embedding" checked.

      Of course, I am running a Mac, so I'll blame that.

    • July 17, 2018 8:13 AM EDT
    • John Bouck said:

      OK, I went back into settings and checked "Allow embedding" if that is what it needed. There wasn't anything else to check or uncheck except "Allow comments" which I disabled.

       

       

      That did the trick John.  When I go back to your original post at the top and hit play it works just fine now with no message.  

    • July 16, 2018 10:48 PM EDT
    • Randy Lehrian Jr. said:

      Guys,

       

      When you click the play icon and get the message that John C. spoke of, The first underlined line reads "Watch this video on you tube"  All you need do is click that and the video opens and plays in Youtube.

       

      John B. , I'm sure there is some obscure check box that you can change the setting to allow embedding, but I would not know where that is located.  Ive never had this issue posting a video on Youtube.  Nice video make me want to work on my pike even more.

      -Randy

       

      What??? 2 clicks to watch a video? That's outrageous!

      I couldn't be bothered! (went to dinner)

      I watched after it was fixed with a single click!

      Nice trains.

       

      (Thanks Randy)

    • July 16, 2018 9:55 PM EDT
    • OK, I went back into settings and checked "Allow embedding" if that is what it needed. There wasn't anything else to check or uncheck except "Allow comments" which I disabled.

    • July 16, 2018 9:54 PM EDT
    • Seems to be working for me John.

    • July 16, 2018 9:42 PM EDT
    • So you guys can't see the vid on the forum?

      Here is a screen shot of my computer I just took:

      It is there and it plays when I hit the arrow.

       

    • July 16, 2018 9:37 PM EDT
    • Mike Wlez said:

      Very nice John, what kind of engine is that at 2:20?

       

       

      Thats my boxcab I built 10 years ago. It is 1:20.3 standard gauge.

    • July 16, 2018 8:46 PM EDT
    • Watched it twice as suggested and still didn't see the pickle car?

       

    • July 16, 2018 8:27 PM EDT
    • Very nice John, what kind of engine is that at 2:20?

    • July 16, 2018 7:42 PM EDT
    • Guys,

       

      When you click the play icon and get the message that John C. spoke of, The first underlined line reads "Watch this video on you tube"  All you need do is click that and the video opens and plays in Youtube.

       

      John B. , I'm sure there is some obscure check box that you can change the setting to allow embedding, but I would not know where that is located.  Ive never had this issue posting a video on Youtube.  Nice video make me want to work on my pike even more.

      -Randy

       

    • July 16, 2018 6:48 PM EDT
    • John Bouck said:
      Steve Featherkile said:

      "Playback on other sites disabled by the video owner."  That appears to be you, JB .  

       

       

      Huh? Dunno what that means.........

       

      I think it means you can't embed it, so we need a link to your vids youtube page

    • July 16, 2018 9:44 PM EDT
    • That is a great story Pete.

      I actually have 3 more cabooses than what is in the video. They do multiply.  I generally only run 2 or 3 on a regular basis and the rest collect dust.

      Eventually I want to get a steel sided one and paint it in the RR's colours.  The lil hauler in the video just got a black stripe and next up is some yellow striping.  

       

      Happy RRing.

       

       

    • July 16, 2018 6:23 PM EDT
    • That  sure is a bunch of cabeeese!  I've done the same, but I only have three with compatible couplers. I had a few more, but I might have sold them, don't remember. I do remember that one of the 3 I do run came here from Burke VA by way of Canada and Maine!

    • July 16, 2018 6:10 PM EDT
    • David Maynard said:

      Isn't it odd how cabeese tend to collect and multiply, when only one was needed per train? And now....no cabeese are needed at all because of FRED.

       

      Often times I see in the HO auctions, 3 or 4 cabeese (or more) in a lot of 15 to 20 cars.

      Isn't that the truth?   I had gathered a LOT more than I needed.   Heck, I run TWO trains....which pretty much says I should have two cabooses.   I've eliminated a few...but I'm still over the limit.

    • July 16, 2018 5:56 PM EDT
    • Isn't it odd how cabeese tend to collect and multiply, when only one was needed per train? And now....no cabeese are needed at all because of FRED.

       

      Often times I see in the HO auctions, 3 or 4 cabeese (or more) in a lot of 15 to 20 cars.

    • July 16, 2018 5:48 PM EDT
    • Lou Luczu said:

      Let's not get silly. We all know there is no such word as cabeeses!

      Plural of Crummy is Cabeese.

      And the plural of Lou is Loos? 

      Cabeeses - according to Google the plural is Cabela's?   How does THAT work????

       

      I'm pretty sure that we have gone WAY past silly.

    • July 16, 2018 5:30 PM EDT
    • Let's not get silly. We all know there is no such word as cabeeses!

      Plural of Crummy is Cabeese.

    • July 16, 2018 3:54 PM EDT
    • When I worked as a docent at the B&O Museum we had a lot of cabeese - apparently a previous Director had started collecting.  On the steam days, we had a train of 6 or 8 of them giving rides towed by a diesel - just like yours, except the cabeese were mostly std gauge 4-axle steel units.  There was a dcoent in each car for safety purposes, and they were all filthy.  I offered to get a hose and spray the interiors one year, but they didn't take me up on it.