You're welcome. It's a shame; I don't think Edge is quite ready for prime time. I like it a lot, but it doesn't have all, or even most, of the functionality of the more established browsers. Some sites seem to work much better with Edge, others work much worse. I hope upgrades come soon for Edge.
Yes, I have had the same issue with two or three threads recently; the Gran Torino thread was the first, and then a couple of others. I'll get a message that says Edge was trying to load the page several times, and couldn't so it gave up. It usually happens on certain pages; page 13 of the Torino thread was fine, page 14 never loaded, page 15 loaded fine for a few replies then it started acting the same way. I was using Edge on Windows 10. When I use IE 11, everything is fine. I can see all the pages I couldn't see in Edge.
Greenling was stationed in New London at State Pier, directly across from Electric Boat. You could see most of the Tridents and 688s being built as you could anywhere on the New London riverfront. As we were pulling out one day, Ohio was returning from her construction sea trials - that is one big boat.
USS Greenling (SSN 614), USS Birmingham (SSN 695) and USS Finback (SSN 670) were my permanent boats. I also rode at various times USS Batfish (SSN 681), USS Tinosa (SSN 606), and USS Sunfish (SSN 649). This was all between 1978 and 1992. Qualified on all but Batfish.
I have a Fujimi Prius G. It's a pretty nice kit of a JDM Prius, typical Japanese kit design. It's curbside with a decent steerable suspension, nicely engraved chassis and separate suspension pieces with polycap wheels. The interior is a bucket with separate seats, right hand drive and decent detail. The body is very nice, with open grilles but no opening panels. All the lights are clear with chrome backs that can be detailed correctly. Window masks are provided, and the door windows are up. As with most of my builds, it's stalled in progress.
Why was it finally acceptable? Did you tweak the design between prints, or is there a variation in print quality between prints? I've seen those silhouette portrait cutters in craft stores. Interesting that the model railroaders found they would cut plastic. Very interesting work you are doing here. Looking forward to seeing more.
I watched a 71/72 Chevelle SS convertible nearly get centerpunched by a new F-150 after the Chevelle pulled out and turned right in front of the truck. No harm done, lots of honking and presumably birds flying.
The web browser in Windows 10, Edge, is supposed to be able to create Web Notes which allow you to make notes and markings right on a web page. You can save and share them. I haven't actually tried it yet, but it is something to look into. Oh, and the Favorites are much easier to use. You can delete Favorites with just a right click.
The airbox looks great. It's been more than 20 years since I had my 750F, so I don't remember a whole lot of specifics. The wiring loom seems a little heavy for the bike; even on my Goldwing with its miles of wire, there are very few cable runs, if any, larger in diameter than my thumb. That's maybe an inch to an inch and a quarter in diameter. Most of the cables are much smaller - less than a half inch.