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post Jul 14 2015, 01:17 AM
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Huh. No worries, but I'm confused. When I select "Compose New Message" I get this, with a field below the recipient bar for CCs:


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post Jul 14 2015, 01:34 AM
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Yeah, I've seen such a cc box on other boards, but not here. I've looked through my old PMs, including ones involving a meet-up in NYC in 2008, and don't see any with multiple recipients.

Same result with current versions of Chrome & Firefox for Mac. Although I am running an older version of Mac OS, 10.6.8.

Ugh, I hope it doesn't come down to an OS specific quirk.
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post Jul 14 2015, 01:36 AM
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I also don't see multiple recipients enabled as an option. Nick, perhaps being a moderator grants you super powers?


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post Jul 14 2015, 02:12 AM
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Yeah, I thought about that--I don't know. Hopefully a more knowledgable admin or mod will chime in here.


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post Jul 14 2015, 03:35 AM
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QUOTE (hendric @ Jul 13 2015, 06:36 PM) *
I also don't see multiple recipients enabled as an option. Nick, perhaps being a moderator grants you super powers?


Something like that. We'll discuss it in the backroom after the Pluto encounter and get back to y'all.


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post Jul 14 2015, 05:19 AM
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It's likely a spam-limiting option.
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post Jul 16 2015, 10:13 PM
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Hi,

I am a new member of the forum and joined to be able to share with the members an open-source software that was created by AMNH in collaboration with NASA JPL and Linkoping University.
The capabilities of our open-source software really ties in with what is discussed and created in this thread (and more):

http://www.unmannedspaceflight.com/index.p...7986&st=645

As it is an open-source software that is 100% free to use I wasn't sure whether or not it violates 6.1 of Rules and Guidelines - "Blatant advertising on the Forum is not permitted..."

We really want to share what we have with the members here as we have been frequently been visiting many of the threads in hope of broadening our visualization, but, I want to make sure we follow the rules of the forum before we put up any links.
Mainly, the idea is to make our software available to as many people as possible and by doing so - to spread the science of unmanned missions and promote the engineering effort that goes in to that - and as one of the developers I really hope to get some feedback from the members of this forum.

So the question is: can I respond in that thread or do I create a new one? If it is opensource and related to mapping of pluto / charon - is it a violation of rule 6.1 still?

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post Jul 17 2015, 12:39 AM
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Hi, Michal. Thanks for asking in accordance with our rules for this sort of thing. Feel free to create a topic for your software in our Books And Products section. smile.gif


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post Oct 29 2015, 09:28 AM
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post Oct 29 2015, 03:12 PM
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laugh.gif Welcome to UMSF. Great first post!
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post May 6 2016, 05:28 AM
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I am right now translating JAXA's November 2015 report on Akatsuki.

Usually, I do not have problems with saying which bits and pieces I am translating on a particular
page. However, there are occasionally times when I find it difficult to verbally explain where I am
translating, because contents are complex in layout.

In translating I normally copy the whole page using "Skitch" and copy it on to a fresh WORD page and start
translation.

However, sometimes it may be convenient for me and readers alike, if I place arrows with numbers
on the skitched page and do translation agains these numbers.

However, the size of pasted page may be viewd by you as too heavy. For instance, page-8 of the said report
with a skitch C&P is approx. 3.3 MB, while without it is only 4KB.

My question is therefore, are we allowed to send up (not constantly, of course) heavy pages like that?

Of course, the pasted content may disappear on the way up, I do not know, as I have not tried it before.

Grateful for comments.

Thak you. Pandaneko
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post May 6 2016, 11:33 PM
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QUOTE (pandaneko @ May 6 2016, 02:28 PM) *
I am right now translating JAXA's November 2015 report on Akatsuki.

Usually, I do not have problems with saying which bits and pieces I am translating on a particular
page. However, there are occasionally times when I find it difficult to verbally explain where I am
translating, because contents are complex in layout.

In translating I normally copy the whole page using "Skitch" and copy it on to a fresh WORD page and start
translation.

However, sometimes it may be convenient for me and readers alike, if I place arrows with numbers
on the skitched page and do translation agains these numbers.

However, the size of pasted page may be viewd by you as too heavy. For instance, page-8 of the said report
with a skitch C&P is approx. 3.3 MB, while without it is only 4KB.

My question is therefore, are we allowed to send up (not constantly, of course) heavy pages like that?

Of course, the pasted content may disappear on the way up, I do not know, as I have not tried it before.

Grateful for comments.

Thak you. Pandaneko


Dear admin

I am withdrwaing this question for three reasons.

1. It is too large.
2. There mus be automatic rejection.
3. Software imcompatibility is likely to lead to, in any event, rejection of pased components.

Apologies for the noise!

P
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post May 6 2016, 11:54 PM
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Pandaneko, you might try taking a screen capture; or printing it to a PDF; but if these do not work, you can email them to me (blog at planetary dot org) and I can reduce their file size so they will not be heavy for people. Thanks for your work.


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post May 7 2016, 02:25 AM
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QUOTE (elakdawalla @ May 7 2016, 08:54 AM) *
Pandaneko, you might try taking a screen capture; or printing it to a PDF; but if these do not work, you can email them to me (blog at planetary dot org) and I can reduce their file size so they will not be heavy for people. Thanks for your work.


Thank you for your offer. I am terribly bad at IT skills. I will try to be more descriptive, as
I have done with this problematic page. Thank you.

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post Feb 9 2017, 04:49 PM
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Admin question?
Are meeting abstracts (published on meeting website of LPSC 2017 for example) off limits to post links to before the meeting? Just wondering why my last Titan post was taken down and sorry if it's plainly stated in the rules.
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