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Message 1252351 - Posted: 27 Jun 2012, 23:29:24 UTC
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Hello SETI Team

I know it might be a minor problem, but i started my work for you guys today the 28/06/12. But 1 thing already bothers me, the stinky graphics when working on the projects in BOINC.

Will it ever be updated, so it doesn't looks like something from the 1990's??

Hope my critics is okay, anyways i really enjoy the thought about helping the science at home..

EDIT - Whoops 1 more thing about the graphics in BOINC, it looks "not" good when the screen is tilting around. makes it pretty hard to read what is going on on the screen.. so sad.. =/

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Poul "Manni" Juliussen


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Message 1252408 - Posted: 28 Jun 2012, 0:48:09 UTC - in response to Message 1252351.

Hello SETI Team

I know it might be a minor problem, but i started my work for you guys today the 28/06/12. But 1 thing already bothers me, the stinky graphics when working on the projects in BOINC.

Will it ever be updated, so it doesn't looks like something from the 1990's??

Hope my critics is okay, anyways i really enjoy the thought about helping the science at home..

EDIT - Whoops 1 more thing about the graphics in BOINC, it looks "not" good when the screen is tilting around. makes it pretty hard to read what is going on on the screen.. so sad.. =/

Kind Regards

Poul "Manni" Juliussen

Screen savers that are too static can cause burn in on some monitors (yes, still). However, the rotation can be turned off.



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