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 on: Yesterday at 07:14:23 pm 
Started by csaba - Last post by Jim McQuarrie
One idea would be to hold control key and hit plus sign then minus when finished

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 on: Yesterday at 02:43:36 pm 
Started by Robert J Smith - Last post by Robert J Smith
Thanks for the update guys, much appreciated.
KINISIS currently on Grain.

I will get to see one one day

Regards

Bob

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 on: Yesterday at 11:08:12 am 
Started by Robert J Smith - Last post by Fergal Clohessy
I have subscribed to Marine Traffic so I get notifications when a ship changes its destination on AIS. Its very useful Bob, worth considering and to purchase 100 credits costs only 6. Each credit gives 10 push notifications so 1000 in total. We have ships loading in Africa and Brazil, as soon as they depart the load port and change the destination to the port in Ireland I get a notification maybe 10 days in advance.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:44:04 am 
Started by csaba - Last post by Henning Brauwers
Hi,

it has something to do with the display aspect ratio
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Display_aspect_ratio

Pls check the settings of yr camera and of the monitor and compare

Brgds
Henning

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 on: Yesterday at 06:26:09 am 
Started by csaba - Last post by Tom Walker
Hi,

I do not use a Nikon camera, but it may be down to some setting that adjusts the picture ratio.  I would think that on a full screen setting on the website, a 6x4 image would stretch further across the screen than a 7x5 (figures are inches - 2.54 centimetres/inch).  The problem with changing such a setting may also adjust your megapixel figure, but that may not be an issue if you are not producing large hard-copy.

I'm no expert but the above may help, no doubt someone with a Nikon can help you further.

Best regards

Tom

 6 
 on: Yesterday at 05:40:17 am 
Started by csaba - Last post by csaba
I have recently bought a 21" monitor, my old one was 18" (I think). When viewed in "full screen" mode, all of the photos were filling the whole screen. Now with the new monitor, most photos I look at in full screen mode do not fill the entire monitor. This is the case with all of my photos. Some photos of other members however fill the whole screen. What is the deal with that? How can I set my computer or camera (Nikon Coolpix L830) so that the photos fill the entire screen?
Many thanks.

 7 
 on: Yesterday at 05:32:09 am 
Started by Brent - Last post by Brent
Maersk Southern Star service vessle Rio de Jnaeiro made an ad hoc call at Wellington 16.1 to load empties.

CMA CGM PAD service to resume weekly calls end Feb and the Nordmaple to replace EM Corfu.

 8 
 on: January 16, 2019, 09:02:44 pm 
Started by Robert J Smith - Last post by TIMFARROW
Hi,
      KINISIS has been anchored in Tongue Anchorage (Thames Estuary) since 10th Jan and still to berth at Grain LNG.
      Ice LNG EDUARD TOLL is currently on it's way from Sabetta (RU) to Grain LNG with ETA 04.30 hrs on 19th Jan.
 

 9 
 on: January 16, 2019, 08:33:36 pm 
Started by Brent - Last post by Stephen Chester
Car carrier Parsifal left Auckland after discharge on 12 January. She has been off Great Barrier Island and Marine Traffic has her arriving back in Auckland on 19 January. Weird  Huh Huh

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 on: January 16, 2019, 01:37:31 pm 
Started by davidships - Last post by Tom Walker
Hi,

I know this has been discussed fairly exhaustively in the past, but I would prefer to use the LR/IMO option as this is in wide spread use for current shipping.  I have an interest in researching my Father's photographs, many taken in the 50s and 60s, and some even older so am well aware of the historic limitations of IMOs.  I feel that making the Mirimar Number the standard only signifies a preference to 'look backwards' and may not attract the younger element.  This is my personal view and not intended to complicate the discussion.

Thanks you - best regards

Tom

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