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Old 08/18/2009, 12:42 AM   #976
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i have to check this thread before i sleep every night!
chingchai i agree with everyone your eyes for details are second to none


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Old 08/19/2009, 10:35 AM   #977
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The world is not enough!!!

Thank you for your sharing, your build inspired me..and Thai reefkeepers as well.

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Old 08/19/2009, 11:12 AM   #978
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I saw this thread on PAGE TWO yesterday people. This is NO time to start slacking. ONWARD!


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Old 08/19/2009, 12:42 PM   #979
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how do i log on to the webcam?


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Old 08/19/2009, 12:51 PM   #980
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Old 08/19/2009, 01:25 PM   #981
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I can't get it to work on my mac or my wife's pc.


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Old 08/19/2009, 01:42 PM   #982
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Hello chingchai,

Your investment is just what perfekt.So I never gesehen.Ich congratulate you from my Herzen.Wegen their facilities, I can also verbessern.Also very useful information for many leute.Ich live in Germany (Germany). Unfortunately, I did not have the English because I leave it to Google übersetzen.Ich hope you understand everything.

I have a question?

They also have in their office Meerwasseraquarium.Wie I have seen do not use or skimmer, I have seen it wrong?

I would like a 60x60x60 (216 liters) to set up because of my unbeding must ask for such a small volume aquarium skimmer also be installed or is a good Eheim filter?
For her answer, I will very freuen.Danke

Greeting Asil


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Old 08/19/2009, 04:08 PM   #983
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Im speechless.. Wow


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Old 08/19/2009, 05:49 PM   #984
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Hello chingchai,

Your investment is just what perfekt.So I never gesehen.Ich congratulate you from my Herzen.Wegen their facilities, I can also verbessern.Also very useful information for many leute.Ich live in Germany (Germany). Unfortunately, I did not have the English because I leave it to Google übersetzen.Ich hope you understand everything.

I have a question?

They also have in their office Meerwasseraquarium.Wie I have seen do not use or skimmer, I have seen it wrong?

I would like a 60x60x60 (216 liters) to set up because of my unbeding must ask for such a small volume aquarium skimmer also be installed or is a good Eheim filter?
For her answer, I will very freuen.Danke

Greeting Asil
He uses a Bubble King Deluxe 650-ext skimmer for the main tank, but I don't know if he uses one for the aquarium in his office.
For your aquarium you would need a skimmer with liverock etc.

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Old 08/19/2009, 07:38 PM   #985
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when i log into the cam i dont get a window where the image should be. there is no box with the broken file or anything.


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Old 08/20/2009, 08:12 AM   #986
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when i log into the cam i dont get a window where the image should be. there is no box with the broken file or anything.
There are some tips on page 38 for this.


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Old 08/20/2009, 09:41 AM   #987
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The world is not enough!!!

Thank you for your sharing, your build inspired me..and Thai reefkeepers as well.

Cheers!!!
Good to see you here. K.Nut.


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Old 08/20/2009, 09:45 AM   #988
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Hello chingchai,

Your investment is just what perfekt.So I never gesehen.Ich congratulate you from my Herzen.Wegen their facilities, I can also verbessern.Also very useful information for many leute.Ich live in Germany (Germany). Unfortunately, I did not have the English because I leave it to Google übersetzen.Ich hope you understand everything.

I have a question?

They also have in their office Meerwasseraquarium.Wie I have seen do not use or skimmer, I have seen it wrong?

I would like a 60x60x60 (216 liters) to set up because of my unbeding must ask for such a small volume aquarium skimmer also be installed or is a good Eheim filter?
For her answer, I will very freuen.Danke

Greeting Asil

Thanks.

I don't have skimmer on my nano tank.
For your tank size, you may not need skimmer as well.
Just do weekly water change and install good quality external filter. Eheim is the one I strongly recommend.


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Old 08/20/2009, 09:46 AM   #989
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There are some tips on page 38 for this.
Thanks for your help.


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Old 08/20/2009, 10:07 AM   #990
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Hello chingchai,

congratulations to your tank and specially your NEW PROJECT! I try to visit you, using the WEB-CAM :-)
Unfortunately I can only use the "SNAPSHOT"-utility. Not a real Life-Web-Cam. Do you (ore some of the other members) have any hints (tips) for me ?

Thank you very much!


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Old 08/20/2009, 10:09 AM   #991
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Old 08/20/2009, 10:14 AM   #992
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Hello chingchai,

congratulations to your tank and specially your NEW PROJECT! I try to visit you, using the WEB-CAM :-)
Unfortunately I can only use the "SNAPSHOT"-utility. Not a real Life-Web-Cam. Do you (ore some of the other members) have any hints (tips) for me ?

Thank you very much!
Hi,

I really don't know how to configure live web cam. Sorry.
Some can watch but some can't.
Anyway, I will ask the guy who set up this program and see what he can do to assist.


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Old 08/20/2009, 10:24 AM   #993
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That is very kind. Thank you for the assistance.

Hope, some day I can go to Bangkok. And be sure: I surely will bring some good wine to drink with you.

Sorry for my bad English.


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Old 08/20/2009, 10:50 AM   #994
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That is very kind. Thank you for the assistance.

Hope, some day I can go to Bangkok. And be sure: I surely will bring some good wine to drink with you.

Sorry for my bad English.
Wow, that is good.
You bring the wine and I pay for the dinner. Okay?


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Old 08/20/2009, 10:53 AM   #995
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Old 08/20/2009, 12:13 PM   #996
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the issue was firefox, sorry for not seeing that and posting needlessly.

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Old 08/20/2009, 12:51 PM   #997
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why is the image on teh web cam reversed like viewing in a mirror? noticed this while reading the sales paper on the floor


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Old 08/20/2009, 05:07 PM   #998
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Chingchai, why did you go with mechanical timers vs. digital? Just curious


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Old 08/20/2009, 05:24 PM   #999
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Thanks.

I don't have skimmer on my nano tank.
For your tank size, you may not need skimmer as well.
Just do weekly water change and install good quality external filter. Eheim is the one I strongly recommend.

Thank you for your quick Antwort.Hast you come into your external filter all the original material what was inside when you buy anything inside, or do you have left in your external filter what Spezi Everything done purely and please can you also tell me how often I have the external filter clean machen.Ich am for your answer very much.


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