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  • #91
    Originally posted by Caz View Post
    Testing an upload straight from my phone: I shot a death metal band at The Palladium last month (not my thing, but a fantastic lightshow).
    i took this interior shot on my Google Pixel 3a using night sight
    Any photos of the event, Caz ? Or are they licensed ?

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    • Caz
      Caz commented
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      There were lots, Gary - I'll post some in eye of the camera tomorrow. My bedtime now

  • #92
    Question for @Ian

    Odd time delay ? I noticed that Caz replied to a question that I asked 7 hrs ago. Yet on the Forum Home page. It shows this thread was last updated 12 hrs ago. A 5 hr difference. I wonder if it is a technical problem or some other explanation.

    Also. I posted a thread showing two gulls in flight. Ian replied to the thread and I answered his reply. But all day on the Forum Home page under Eye of the camera, it showed No replies at all. Again, is this a technical problem ?

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    • Ian
      Ian commented
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      Sounds like something to do with browser cookies?

    • Garry
      Garry commented
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      Possible. But have Microsoft edge set to clear cookies when ever It turn off.

  • #93
    Testing for timing.

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    • Garry
      Garry commented
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      Comment time test

    • Garry
      Garry commented
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      Comment time test 2

    • Garry
      Garry commented
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      @ Ian. It would appear that if you reply to a thread. It will show immediately. Members and non members can see there is a recent reply.
      But if you comment in a reply. It does not register at all, which is a shame really, as many comments may be overlooked.

  • #94
    Ok, I'll check to see if that is how it should work.
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    • TestAccount
      TestAccount commented
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      You know what, how about ANOTHER test comment?

  • #95
    Garry - I see now that this issue about comments not updating the latest posts counter is a known issue but nothing seems to have been done about it (in 2 years ) - I will re-highlight it but it may take some time to resolve.

    Ian
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    • #96
      Thanks for checking it out, Ian. Thought I was going mad

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      • #97
        Just testing out the insertion of links in posts. The first is just a page url like this: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50545583 pasted into a sentence.

        And next, using the link button:

        Star Wars fans were baffled about the animated images being removed from use.
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        • Ian
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          Some forums don't reproduce the raw url in a sentence, instead they insert the page title - going to find out of that can be done here.

      • #98
        And what does our site look like:

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        • Ian
          Ian commented
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          Mmmm: needs a better thumbnail.

      • #99
        And this forum:

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        • Ian
          Ian commented
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          Mmm, no picture; another to-do!

      • Just testing again, why not 🙂😁😅
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        • Ian
          Ian commented
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          This was to test a change I have just implemented that now supports standard emojis in smartphone and other keyboards! The familiar old traditional ones are not affected

        • Garry
          Garry commented
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          But how do you post emojis in a comment ? Ian

      • Ian I have seen you post emojis in a comment before. How is that done ? As I can only post emojis in a thread or reply.

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        • Ian
          Ian commented
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          I can remember the character code, so is a colon and then a right bracket. A is a colon and a capital D, etc. The smart keyboard emojis are single special characters.

        • Ian
          Ian commented
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          In the post editor smilie selection if you hover your mouse over each graphic you will see the name of the smilie and its character code.

        • Garry
          Garry commented
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          Right. Got it

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        How many Red Kite can you see?
        Last edited by Barr1e; 3 days ago.

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        • Originally posted by Barr1e View Post
          Test upload as the pic seen when uploaded is thumbnail size and not full sized.
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          How many Red Kite can you see?
          Wow - definitely 4 and maybe 5!

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          • Yes. Looks like 5 to me. You are lucky to have these birds near you, Barr1e.

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