View Full Version : Thought you guys might like these

03-24-2005, 01:13 AM
My friends and I went to this derelict arcade in Redondo Beach. This arcade is basically a museum of old arcade games and forgotten memories. These are some pictures I took...




03-24-2005, 01:25 AM
hmph...lousy red X

Dr. Bantham
03-24-2005, 07:42 AM
Were you using the image insert method? The image must pre-exist at a referenced URL, either within www.ligotti.net or outside on another domain. Curious thing is, I can see the images on my Digest, which gives me updates of board activity. I could be that the images were too wide for the table and were rejected. The file attachment feature may be a better solution. Either way, you can embed multiple pictures/attachments. Finally, these may be better relegated to The Album, as you can post descriptions there as well and members can comment there as well. There will be more categories added soon, but for now I have created a simple "Member Contributed" category.

If you right click on the red "X" and select view image, you will then be presented with the image. Upon returning to the post, the image appears. At least that is what happened with me, and I am using FireFox as a browser. This is curious, and I will look into it later.

matt cardin
03-24-2005, 08:32 AM
I'm using the Mozilla browser (I don't think it's Firefox -- does Mozilla have two browsers?) and when I right-clicked and chose "view image," I was able to see them on a separate page, and then they appeared in the body of the messages when I returned to the forum page. To be honest, I rather like it this way, since I can choose what I want to view instead of having to wait for my 26.6k connection to load the images automatically.

Neat photos, Unknown. I was a 1980s arcade junkie, but I never went to an arcade with decorations like these.

03-24-2005, 11:13 AM
thanks...yeah it's actually rather depressing to go there since nobody really does. they have like thirty air hockey tables, and they also have the world's largest pinball game called "Hercules" (which I wasted fifty cents on).