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  1. Thread: Lighting

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    Re: Lighting

    Thanks @pheonix
    Nah, I think I leave as it is. Though there could be another option with the existing switch to the existing (ceiling)light and add a pull switch for the second light. Of course the...
  2. Thread: Lighting

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    Re: Lighting

    Thanks @zqwerty
    Oh well, I'll have to put up with the existing. 😬
  3. Thread: Lighting

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    Lighting

    Hello
    Has anyone of you used the earth for an extra light with additional switch?
    Is it really a total no-no?
    I can't add another wire through the ceiling nor want to add to the surface, hmm 🤔
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    Re: sport glasses

    You may have missed one of my last posts, it's MTB'ing and quite a bit of dirt's gets up in your eyes or glasses. For my work I preffer clean glasses. Dirty /scratched lenses is a problem I have now.
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    Re: sport glasses

    Thanks @Paul.Cov

    Yep, got that.

    Got that one as well, maybe just a thin one at the bottom

    Na, not quite! This is MTB. What I have used to date is not quite satisfactory and a second pair...
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    Re: sport glasses

    The very reason you do not want these while riding a MTB as you often going in and out of dark bush patches fairly fast. These goggle's reaction is too slow..
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    Re: sport glasses

    I see what you mean, cover goggles. Thanks, na...
    When on a MTB downhill you want as much vision as possible, the less frame the better. I'm not trying to look cool. I just know my standard glasses...
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    Re: sport glasses

    Thanks for all your replies.
    Yes these purpose glasses/sunglasses styles, the latter can be with interior clip-on lenses, close off better at the bottom. Some even have bottomless frame. Often you...
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    sport glasses

    Hello All
    I have read here one particular post about glasses, the "Specsavers" thread and I contacted the Zenni. No luck there.
    As a regular MTB'er I am looking for prescription sports glasses. Has...
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    Re: When should I go from Win 10 to Win 11?

    +1
    For the non-work related OS.
    It can be difficult at times to overcome relatively simple steps in Windows, e.g. connecting Chromecast.
    Still it's worthwhile to look and start on some Linux....
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    Re: Extinction: The Facts - David Attenborough

    Don't you think that's a bit too simplistic?
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    Re: looking for suitable monitor

    Thanks@dugimodo
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    Re: looking for suitable monitor

    Thanks @chiefnz
    I suspected that this might be the case. A 24" monitor is not bad either.
    Your comment is very much appreciated.
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    looking for suitable monitor

    Hi All
    Is anyone here who has reasonably good idea about laptops capabilities and suitable monitor.
    This is the laptop we have:
    HP Probook 445 G8 Business Laptop 14" FHD 400nits AMD Ryzen5 5600U...
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    Re: Fire in the house

    We had to use a fire blanked one Xmas as the candle had lost hold on the tree and fell on the carpet while we were in the kitchen. When discovered the fire height was above the couch. The blanked we...
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    Re: Aramex- Pretty Bad

    They used to be very good and latest experiences are marginal. Courier-post has been great in contrast. A laptop from Auckland to rural South Island overnight, which took a week the other way.
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    Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    You might have a point though how can you say it hasn't been tested? Isn't that what you are implying?
    There you have a chance to test your resistance against this virus yourself. Please do not keep...
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    Re: Why Some Are Disbelieving But Not Antivax.

    I'm sure you realize that the two jabs we are going for at the moment is not the end of our COVID-19 pulling up sleeves.
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    Re: Why Some Are Disbelieving But Not Antivax.

    See here how Austria deals with COVID-19 outbreak.
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    Re: Linux Q4Os - brilliant.

    I have also installed on a laptop.
    Easy install and works flawless and fast. Printer worked straight off. Fast booting and restarting.
  21. Thread: ANti-Vax

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    Re: ANti-Vax

    Even with the vaccination you can get COVID-19, most of the time you can avoid ICU, if you are lucky so it has been mentioned regularly.
    Dr Baker pointed out yesterday Covid being the disease of the...
  22. Thread: ANti-Vax

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    Re: ANti-Vax

    I hear a lot of people questioning the reason for lockdowns. Our hospitals , (the icu's included) can't cope with more than very few cases. It is not just a problem for COVID running out of space....
  23. Thread: ANti-Vax

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    Re: ANti-Vax

    +1
  24. Re: Prime Minister, not all of your "team of 5 million" is that stupid

    That's Trumpian language behaviour. Sad...
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    Re: World Indigenous Peoples' Day

    +1
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