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    Re: "taptalk" compatibility?

    Fortunately, it also works on mobile phones other than the iPhone. I just installed it on my Windows Phone 7, and it's on the Andriod as well.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    Not only will I say it, I was using a laptop with non-standard hardware - one with a full multi-touch screen. Never had any problems with it. I've since upgraded it to Windows 7.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    I ran Vista from the day it was released until Windows 7 came out. I had no problems at all. I found Vista's problems to be over blown, media hype.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    I do the same, although I spend most of my downtime on Twitter.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    64bit IE9 uses the javascript and rendering engine. Microsoft seems to feel that because of the lack of 64bit plugins for IE, that no one would be using it. That's why the default is the 32bit...
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    The site is running a pretty old version of vBulletin.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    I have no way of knowing how vBulletin is reading or interpreting the browsers headers, nor do I know how the software is configured. If the issue exists on Firefox and Safari, the obviously it's not...
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    I'm inclined to believe it's a vBulletin issue because of the Firefox and Safari people who are also complaining. But, that's still a guess.

    Fortunately, I also have Opera installed, otherwise...
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    I don't think that the solution either. You can force a site to run in compatibility mode, by clicking the compatability icon on the Superbar ... it still fails. I also tried the 64bit version of IE...
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    It could be that because they are all newer and more standards compliant browsers, they are having trouble with the vBulletin javascript.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    Unfortunately, the problem returned the very next time I started IE.

    FWIW, IE9 has been released, and will be offered to all Windows users next week, via Windows Update. I'd be curious to know if...
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    Ok, deleting cookies and history seemed to work. I'll try it on my laptop when I get home. It may have something to do with upgrading from IE8 to IE9 Beta, then IE9 RC, then IE9 Release.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    It fails on my work computer, but I just tried another and it worked. I'll try flushing my cache and try again.

    Thanks for the info,
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    I'll have to take your word on that. I quit using Mac's about 5 years ago.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    Just curious if this was an issue with the vBulletin software or not. I'll keep searching. Thanks.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    Funny, I have an Apple free Windows machine ... I guess that makes us even.
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    Re: New Post Search fails in IE9

    IE9 smokes Chrome. It does it by rendering the page in the graphics hardware, rather than software that other browsers use. I would imagine the next version of Chrome will also feature hardware...
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    New Post Search fails in IE9

    For some reason, everytime I do a "New Posts" search in IE9 I get the same result "No new items". To test this, I opened Opera, ran the same query and got more than 10 pages of results.

    And no, I...
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    You missed the whole point. I wasn't speaking about latitude at all. I was addressing one point: there is more detail in the highlights with Velvia than digital.
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    What I said was that Velvia holds more details in the highlights than digital. I didn't say anything about tonal range.
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Great work from a place most people have never heard of. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    While not a great strength Velvia still holds more detail in the hightlights than digital does.
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    Re: Why View The Forum? Out Of Country

    I have the Khaki Territory model (even though I'm American). :D
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    Re: Why View The Forum? Out Of Country

    Or an Akubra for an Aussie ....
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    Except that Velvia holds more detail in the highlights than digital does.
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    Unfortunately, when shooting Velvia you can't get away with that.
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    How does the histogram on the DSLR match the exposure range of film? The DSLR may flag something as being overexposed, where you might still have detail in the film. That's why I stick with 35mm...
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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    I'm experimenting with Ektar 100 right now. I've shot it in 35mm. It seems like a great film, but I don't see it replacing Velvia for the majority of my work. But, it's quite nice.
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    Re: Why View The Forum? Out Of Country

    Patagonia is on my list of places I want to visit; just keep on posting photos!! :D
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    That's what 35mm photographers have been learning for years. However, the metering on most modern cameras is so good, it overcomes a lot of the limitations. I'm sure it won't work on snow, but...
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    Why not? They give good results when shooting 35mm. The matrix metering is going to take into account far more points than you will as the photographer. The meter on my F6 is stunningly accurate....
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    I've pretty well standardized on Schneider lenses. Mostly because of the XL series (I only own 1, but am looking to buy a second one next year). But, I'm sure the others brands are just as well made.
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    Re: Fuji discontinues all 4x5 film?

    :D
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    Re: DSLR as lightmeter??

    If you are going to use an SLR as a spot meter, then you might as well just use a spot meter; it's a lot less hassle to carry.

    I would think that you would use a SLR in order to take advantage of...
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    Re: Fuji discontinues all 4x5 film?

    You can still buy 20 sheet boxes of both films. 10, 50 and QuickLoads have been discontinued.
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    Re: Color labs - Looking for suggestions

    I've used Praus in the past. Excellent service, even for me; I live in Hawaii. I too use West Coast Imaging for printing. They do outstanding work.
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    Re: Why View The Forum? Out Of Country

    I said it was a sign of it, but that doesn't necessarily mean that a person is of low intellect. As Zig Ziglar always says, "you are known by the words you speak".
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    Re: Why View The Forum? Out Of Country

    I think you are right about the transplant thing .... I've lived here for many years, but refuse to talk "local". It always seems a sign of low intellect to me. ...
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    Re: Chamonix 4x5" roll film back

    I use a Horseman 6x12 on mine. Not sure about the Shen Hao.
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    Re: Greetings from Melbourne

    Welcome from Hawaii. I've spent a lot of time in Victoria; I was just there this past September. Unfortunately, I haven't been over to the Mornington Peninsula yet, but spent some time photographing...
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