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Steve

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  1. Steve

    Hello again

    Welcome back, John ?
  2. If you post it and it doesn’t show correctly we can remedy that ? We are assuming William Yang is happy for you to post his email to you on a public forum...
  3. Thank-you to all who entered and congratulations to the winners ?
  4. Discussions and communities don't work like that so we cannot (and don't want to) make rigid black & white rules that dictate what subjects can or cannot be posted in SGL's discussion boards (with the usual notable exceptions, of course). If you choose to post about your experience using an image intensifier eyepiece attachment (for want of a better description!) in a discussion board normally occupied by astronomers using regular eyepieces then we respectfully suggest you mention the equipment you are using, otherwise it might cause confusion. Topic based discussion boards, when used, make it easier for members to find like-minded people and information on a topic that interests them. This is not an unusual approach. It is a well established format. We are confident the new EEVA discussion board will prove popular over time as the equipment becomes more affordable and more easily available. HTH
  5. Nobody was banned from posting in the general observing forums ? Individual discussion boards help people find and share information with like-minded people on topics that interest them. They are not rigid enclosures. They are quite open because discussions and interests often overlap. HTH
  6. This new EEVA Discussion board is us embracing a new approach and change ?
  7. It would not be difficult and we used to do that whenever requested but we have learned from experience that less is more, at least when it comes to forum discussion boards. If we make a NV discussion board now it would likely result in less people seeing it. Not more.
  8. That sums up our position perfectly ? We are fortunate there are so many ways to observe (figuratively speaking) the night sky.
  9. Thank-you to all who took part and congratulations to the winners ?
  10. @Pig and @Davey-T are right. SGL’s messaging system is still the best way to contact us if you have a question ? HTH
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