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Old 09-15-2019, 01:49 PM   #82797
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Iím laughing right out loud! 😂

I have an iPhone 6s. And donít tell me to get a newer, bigger phone. I love this phone!
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Moose, itís not too bad. Where are the FHUs?
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Moose, itís not too bad. Where are the FHUs?
As you enter the property above the car barn there is a FHU area.
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As you enter the property above the car barn there is a FHU area.


Good enough, Moose.
Iím sending them an offer first thing tomorrow!
I love trains and Oregon.
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Good enough, Moose.
Iím sending them an offer first thing tomorrow!
I love trains and Oregon.


Iíve offered your coach as collateral
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Old 09-15-2019, 07:28 PM   #82804
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Iím laughing right out loud! 😂

I have an iPhone 6s. And donít tell me to get a newer, bigger phone. I love this phone!
Nope! I was going to say that if it is an iPhone and you are using the Vol Up button to snap pictures the button has to be down and pressed with the thumb instead of up and pressed with a finger. But, you pictures are not landscape.

Carl, jump in here please.
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This park we're at now just outside of Bellevue MI has turned out to be really nice. It's really quiet although there has been a small plane overhead about once a day and there are trains but they're far enough away to be hardly noticeable. Plenty of shade too. And it's Passport America for up to 14 days (cash or check only and they don't take reservations). Only drawback is no sewer hookup (but they do have a 'honey wagon' and the fee is only a few dollars). It's connected to the Travel Trailer Club of the Midwest - have to look that one up. Staff (apparently 2 guys at the moment) is really laid back and friendly. Of course the season is winding down up here so things are getting slower.
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This park we're at now just outside of Bellevue MI has turned out to be really nice. It's really quiet although there has been a small plane overhead about once a day and there are trains but they're far enough away to be hardly noticeable. Plenty of shade too. And it's Passport America for up to 14 days (cash or check only and they don't take reservations). Only drawback is no sewer hookup (but they do have a 'honey wagon' and the fee is only a few dollars). It's connected to the Travel Trailer Club of the Midwest - have to look that one up. Staff (apparently 2 guys at the moment) is really laid back and friendly. Of course the season is winding down up here so things are getting slower.
What's the name of the park ?
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Nope! I was going to say that if it is an iPhone and you are using the Vol Up button to snap pictures the button has to be down and pressed with the thumb instead of up and pressed with a finger. But, you pictures are not landscape.

Carl, jump in here please.
Taking pictures with an iPhone in "portrait" mode encodes into the "exif" information on the picture itself what the orientation should be. Modern software honors that info, old software does not (e.g., the upload logic of the forum ignores that info).

The only way to fix it would be to rotate the picture (use edit on the phone itself) and upload it. Then edit it back so other modern software doesn't mess it up and rotate it the other way due to the exif info still stating the proper orientation.

I know that's fairly technical but unfortunately, digital pictures are more than just the picture itself. Programmers like to add "metadata" to the picture so they can process additional information that has nothing to do with the actual image but makes their lives easier
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The future of medicine

I always wondered how is it that in Star Trek, the Dr. could just wave his "medical tricorder" over a patient and immediately know how to treat that person. Well, this is the beginning of how that will eventually pan out.

When you take people who know how to engineer airplanes (very complex, million-part machines) and team them up with real medical experts, you wind up with something like this:

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Watch the 5 1/2 minute video about midway on that page, you will be amazed at where things are already and it's just getting better and better...
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Nope! I was going to say that if it is an iPhone and you are using the Vol Up button to snap pictures the button has to be down and pressed with the thumb instead of up and pressed with a finger. But, you pictures are not landscape.

Carl, jump in here please.
Carl always fixed my pictures ...
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