Well, legally there's nothing wrong with printing anything in 3D, just (as with most things) how you obtain the files.
Also, I'd just like to say, 3D printing is designed only for models and to actually create a useable gun you'd probably need to cover it in a metallic surface and refine it using tools (chisel maybe?)
When reporting a user, if you write too much on one line it moves to the right as shown below:
The reason the text box is wiider than the pop-up area is because the element width (width: 99%) is automatically being [b]overiden[/b] by [url="https://kastatic.com/all-45f65f87.css"]this css[/url]
[i]I haven't done one in a while, so here you go:[/i]
[b]^^^ Copy and paste the code above then add your caption ^^^[/b]
[quote="Haste"]Aha that could be the case, tho I just tried the other torrents which went super slow and they're doing well after the re-install, so there was something wrong with my uTorrent, who knows what ..:P[/quote]I would have put it down to a disk overload/caching problem (some clients suffer this).
You assign a max cache size for uTorrent (in your settings) and when you download the data goes from:
Connected Peer --> Cache --> File
If the cache fills up before it can be transfered to the file, uTorrent won't have any more RAM to store the newly downloaded data in and so instinctively limits your download speed to around about 10kb/s. Once the cache has been freed, your download speed will increase again.
[quote="AhrimanThorn"]O.k. thanks. Curiously when I click on that last link I am informed that 'User is not active' and then told to 'Activate Account' and I am pretty sure my account is active![/quote] - Go to your settings, copy the 32-character hash, and in the link, replace code with the hash, i.e if your hash was: 12345678901234567890123456789012 then... [code]https://kat.ph/account/activate/?a=12345678901234567890123456789012[/code]
Well there's been problems for everyone with the captcha, but the standard protocol is to check their account is activated by posting [url="https://kat.ph/community/show/42148/"]here[/url] (or they can just manually do it if they go to settings, get their hash code and in the following url, replace hash with your - 32-character hash - [b]https://kat.ph/account/activate/?a=[i]hash[/i][/b] - if they are, it will say 'User is already activated')
Now this is just weird...
My ISP (VirginMedia) was forced to block kat.ph and when we switched to ka.tt it started blocking that as well.
Now (since there's no re-direction to ka.tt), I can access KAT normally (without a VPN) through kat.ph =]
Use XviD as it's a much more modern codec; no one releases in DivX anymore unless they're re-uploading an old torrent and can't be bothered changing it.
As for compression, you really need to watch it; if it's low quality and over 1200 kb/s bitrate then by all means lower the bitrate as the extra bitrate isn't needed and is just taking up space.
Please could I have help with this =]
[size="75"]P.S This release is capped from the UK premiere whereas others aren't, hence why it's not been a week since the last episode[/size]
[quote="ausy"]ok guys does kat have/does a releaser group??as i see some uploads over at ahashare tagged kickasstorrents lol:)[/quote]Not as far as I'm aware of; it is most likely either denoting the source of the torrent or advertisement [of KAT]
[u]Updated my blog archive:[/u]
Now @ the 25K mark ~ 87% done
[url="http://gazza-911.co.uk/Blogs%20Plain-Text.html"]Plain-Text[/url] [b]|[/b] [url="http://gazza-911.co.uk/Blogs%20BBCode.html"]BBCode[/url] [b]|[/b] [url="http://gazza-911.co.uk/Blogs%20HTML.html"]HTML[/url]
There are no sites that have offer free seedboxes, [b]however[/b] some of the nice people at KAT will allow you to use their own seedbox to host your torrents.
See [url="http://kat.ph/community/show/48449/"]here[/url] & [url="http://kat.ph/community/show/44032/"]here[/url] (you can try [url="http://kat.ph/community/show/46936/"]here[/url], but I'm not sure if they're still doing it).
There's also some users that will use their home connection such as in - the official thread - [url="https://kat.ph/community/show/53573/"]here[/url] or specific users such as [url="https://kat.ph/community/show/52242/"]here[/url]
[quote="ausy"][b]so its not true to say there is no advertising on kat if you become a member here??
i would prefere to be able to ignore it without using adblock,i should not need to use it lol[/b][/quote]It's a sponsored partner; not strictly advertisement...
Anyway, if you do use adblock, go to your options and under the customize tab add the two following lines of code:
[code]kat.ph##[class="siteButton giantButton partner1Button"]
kat.ph##[class="partner1Button idownload icon16"][/code] This will stop the buttons from even being displayed.
[quote="PiratMas"]I searched for this in the community search tab "what are you listening to" and it took me to pinoy tambyan v2 [:Qdizzy] wtf[/quote]Use my website; resulting google search is [url="http://www.google.com/search?q=site:https://kat.ph/community/show/%20intitle:%22what%20are%20you%20listening%20to%22"]here[/url]
[quote="Voldizard"]Usenetstorm has been down for a few days. Hopefully, it'll be back soon. This has happened before, so it is to be expected that the site will be back on. But if you're willing to pay for it, there are several sites out there that can help you.[/quote]For the meantime, use [url="http://nzblord.com"]nzblord[/url] (requires registration, small files only) or [url="http://getnzb.com"]getNZB[/url] (requires registration, but gives you 365GB free - limited to 50kb/s)
They've always had it, but in the past there was an [b]option[/b] for signed in users to hide it (found in your settings). Why they're now enforcing it I have no idea, but I'd presume for revenue.
[quote="ausy"]how come we have this download button advertised for signed in users to a paid site???
[quote="tRgtopgun"]guys, have some serious net issues going on, and a few bad family issues as well, not sure if its the recent block but has just taken me 3 hours to log in and thats using Tor, hope to get it sorted fri/sat....... save a few spammers for me, laters[/quote]I suggest not using tor;
[b]A)[/b] By it's nature, it's very slow no matter what site you're connecting to
[b]B)[/b] I hope that you don't get curious and see what else can be found quite easily on tor (CP, drug/weapons market to name a few)
Using a VPN will have the same effect but will not have a noticable effect on normal browsing (you only notice a speed difference if you're downloading)
[quote="Gepression"][quote="sLiZZi3z"]most of my uploads reverted back to downloaded 0 times --- i have refreshed trackers and metadata --- is this a KAT issue or torcache?[/quote]
I need that info too. Got a music torrent that i uploaded that was downloaded over 300 times and now says 50 [:Qfunk][/quote]Most likely, when the torrents have been updated, the tracker which was associated with lots of downloads (the one with the highest up-time/quickest response time) will have been unavailable or KAT was unable to scrape it (for whatever reason).
Now instead of staying at the highest number, it will either become zero or a previous number associated with that tracker.
You may find that after a bit of time, downtime is bound to happen whilst KAT is updating the stats.