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Google new function

you can translate websites
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https://www-looduskalender-ee.translate ... pp#p841832
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"One can measure the greatness and the moral progress of a nation by looking at how it treats its animals." - Mahatma Gandhi
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Post by ame »

Liz01 wrote: March 14th, 2022, 3:07 pm Google new function

you can translate websites
[img]https://up.picr.de/43200388wq.jpg /img]

[img]https://up.picr.de/43200389id.jpg /img]

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https://www-looduskalender-ee.translate ... pp#p841832
it doesn't work for me... :banghead:
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ame wrote: April 1st, 2022, 2:18 pm it doesn't work for me... :banghead:
Translation from English to Finnish :laugh:
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https://www-looduskalender-ee.translate ... r_pto=wapp
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Hawfinch female at my feeding place, 29-05-2022

I'm still not sure about the size, but I think I have finally found a way of posting pics.....
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Post by ame »

yes! well done Susanne! :thumbs:
the height is perhaps a bit too much but now you can post pictures! :laugh:
the max width is 800 px and max height is 600 px.

also i have hawfinches in my garden. two days ago we spotted a female with a ring.
we had no chance of reading the number of course. :mrgreen:
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test...test...test
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i found out a strange thing about Dabasdati Forum when i made a post. the time of my post was in wintertime, i.e. UTC + 2h, while it should have been UTC + 3h. therefore it seemed that i had made the post an hour earlier than i have.
later Vērotāja/Grieta told me that each person should change their time setting to summertime/wintertimes themselves! i didn't know that! how many else does?

i shall now make some tests to see how the personal time zone setting effects the timestamp on the post. this post is the first test. this should be stamped in the normal way, i.e. in summertime, UTC + 3h.
.... i went to my user profile and decided not to change my time zone setting. i might not get it back. :slap:
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i'll try it anyway. i set my time zone UTC - 10h, the time of Honolulu.
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... then i switched back to the correct time zone UTC + 3h.

aha! the previous post was timed at 21:00 on Apr 2nd when i made it "in Honolulu".
when i switched back to my correct time zone that time was corrected, too.
so it seems that LKF has automatically correct forum time.

that is useful. without correct forum time we would be as lost as we would be if the time stamps were removed from the live streams. then everybody would have to look at our own clocks to see at what time something happened. that would end up in a chaos.
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Hello, there is no easy way to send a message to an administrator to close my account.Please reply how to do this.I've not used this site for a few years.Thank you. budgiegrl
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budgiegrl hello!
sorry i didn't notice your post earlier. :blush:

you could send a personal message to the administrator but i can give you an answer already here. we do not close accounts here in LKF (unless someone has done something really bad and gets banned, but fortunately that never happens)

you can simply not use the account anymore like you haven't recently.

edit: i learned later that the account has been deactivated after all.
(maybe i made a mistake and confused deactivation with deletion..? accounts are not deleted, but can be deactivated.
well, not using an account is also a way of making it "not active".)
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Hi ame.
We don't delete or cancel accounts - it would disturb the history and chronology of posts. But this member has just been deactivated. She can request to be activated in the future if she wants. No need to register another account.
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