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Cogs for Android / Re: Two-finger rotate problem
« Last post by Gadois on May 16, 2014, 03:30:25 PM »
Rob,

The only other app I use with two-finger rotate is Google Earth and it worked fine.

 Cogs seems to be okay now so it must have been some aberration within android itself. BTW, Cogs is a great app but it makes me feel stupid sometimes!

Thanks for the quick response.

Cheers,
Gadois
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Cogs for Android / Re: Two-finger rotate problem
« Last post by Rob on May 16, 2014, 01:53:40 PM »
This is peculiar. I don't think we've done an update recently. Are your other multi-touch apps working correctly?

It's fine to uninstall and reinstall the app. Google Play will never make you pay twice for the same app, even if you install it on many different devices.
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Cogs for Android / Two-finger rotate problem
« Last post by Gadois on May 16, 2014, 12:12:31 AM »
I have installed "Cogs" on my Google Nexus 7. All worked well until today when the two-finger rotate function went bananas. Using the technique, the movements are very jerky and will usually flip the object to the top or bottom view. I haven't tried to uninstall and reinstall the app since I don't know if I would have to pay for another download. Help please.
Gadois
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Extrasolar / Re: ok, I give up
« Last post by AlanD on May 14, 2014, 09:24:12 AM »
Be assured that it is there.  If you are playing without panoramic view it will be harder to find, but if that is the case. by now you should have developed some search techniques to compensate.

You have a photo from the target of your search showing its point of view of a unique landmark.  Using that for reference, there is a small general area that it can be in.  Station yourself to one side and shoot towards that location.  You should see it, perhaps at a distance, after only one or two tries.  You may need to get a bit closer to make a successful tag, so aim to get just close enough, not right on top of it, as it *will* move a bit in the intervening hour, or four hours if you're still on the initial limits. 
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Extrasolar / Re: Pride
« Last post by baron919 on May 13, 2014, 10:42:22 PM »
A nighttime shot - I like the distance and barrenness in the image.



Hey guys, nice pictures all. I wanted to ask something. I am trying to learn different constellations these days and I couldn't help but notice the one on this image's top left side. Thats the Pleiades, right?
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Extrasolar / Re: ok, I give up
« Last post by Ainia on May 13, 2014, 06:20:14 AM »
Hmm, my experience has been that Turing's rover does indeed move about (randomly?) at the arch locale. Sometimes, it seems to move incrementally, sometimes more dramatically. I've tried following it around a few times and still haven't figured out what Turing is up to. :)

I'm not sure why you're having so much trouble finding the rover t-readyroc. If you
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you *should* spot it eventually.
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Extrasolar / Re: ok, I give up
« Last post by DinaAngel on May 13, 2014, 05:39:57 AM »
just look on map for the name of the arc, its there on map. the arc is pre marked since its a special spot.
and btw hes stationary
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Extrasolar / ok, I give up
« Last post by t-readyroc on May 13, 2014, 04:41:09 AM »
82 days, ~5800 meters traveled, 139 photos, 191 tags.....  AND I CAN'T FIND
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!!!

I've been over every inch of this dang island!  The task was assigned to me months ago!  I've been on both sides of the
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, & taken photos all around that area!  I've been down both of the nearby peninsulas!  I'm at my wit's end, & ready to completely give up.  Is
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?????
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Extrasolar / Re: Audio isn't working
« Last post by vulgardaclown on May 12, 2014, 06:27:22 PM »
Rob, that was exactly the problem. Thank you. Silly Vimeo.
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Extrasolar / Re: Audio isn't working
« Last post by Rob on May 11, 2014, 02:01:44 PM »
There are a couple known problems with videos. If you can see the video but don't hear any sound, it may be because the volume is turned down but the video controls are hidden. Unfortunately, Vimeo remembers your volume preference and reuses it, even if the volume controls are hidden -- like on the small video windows for phone calls or audio clips recorded by your rover. To fix this, go to one of the full-size videos like the welcome message from Dr. Turing, turn up the volume there, and then return to the video you were trying to play. We've reported this problem to Vimeo but they've made it clear that they won't fix the problem, so we'll probably eventually host the videos on our own servers with a custom player.

If the video doesn't play at all and you just get a black box, then it may be related to a cookie bug in the Vimeo player. You may need to enable third-party cookies. You can read more about this at the Vimeo forums: http://vimeo.com/forums/help/topic:117289

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