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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by MrDrone27, Oct 30, 2014.

  1. MrDrone27

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    Is anyone else having troubles when they try to comment on a post? I type what I want to post and then it asks me to log-in again. Subseqentuaily deleting the things I typed. This can happen 2-3 times before my comment will go through. It already did it to me once trying to make this post! :cry:
     
  2. 750r

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    It will do it to me on my phone because I'm in private mode on the net . If I hit remember me when logging in it keeps me logged in while still in private but once I leave the site gotta log in agin .
     
  3. IflyinWY

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    I've had similar problems elsewhere. You may want to try "copy" before you proceed to the point you get booted. If the site is really obnoxious, you may want to try a different browser. :D


    Question:

    Are you loving the lightbridge? How much range can you get?

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  4. MrDrone27

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    Gotcha, I'll give that a try! Thanks!
     
  5. MrDrone27

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    I now do that every time, haha. :roll:
    Lightbridge is phenomenal. On average I'm getting a mile to 1.5 miles easy with super clean clarity. Usually it is even more than that. It mainly depends where I am flying too. :mrgreen:
     
  6. IflyinWY

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    :cool:

    MrDrone27, please feel free to expand on your reply. Lightbridge is a pretty penny and a half, but whatever it takes. I've got a few miles of ground to cover. I wonder if this will be what I want for the next bird.

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    Tapatalk is really nice for forums and super easy to post pictures.
     
  8. MrDrone27

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    Not a chance I would leave the awesome forum!
     
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    You wouldn't leave this forum. Tapatalk is an app for mobile deivices that makes these forum easier to use from such devices. It in not another forum.
     
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    No, no,it's an app for helping manage your forum memberships, not a new or separate forum. :cool:
     
  11. MrDrone27

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    Hey, man. What specific things were you wondering?
     
  12. IflyinWY

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    I've got seriously open space with rolling hills, and a mountain range. There are only a few power lines for houses. Phone service is sketchy at best. I'm doubting any real interference with the signal.

    Do you fly in a densely populated area or something more like me. My nearest neighbor is a few miles away.

    What have you found creates interference with your signal.

    Does Lightbridge have any issues you would like to see resolved?

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  13. MrDrone27

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    Thanks for the clarification. I fly similar to you with Lightbridge, I try to go to more open areas with very few power lines, buildings, etc. That is where I have had the best transmission. 2 miles and more sometimes. I have also flown city where it does pretty well, with the occasional hiccup here and there. Overall I still get very good transmission, still upwards of 1.5-2 miles in the city. Lightbridge to me has been a very quality product. I do not see any immediate needs that I would like changed. :D
     
  14. IflyinWY

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    Thanks MrDrone27 :D