Which Planetarium

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RE: Which Planetarium

Postby asterixhb » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:36 pm

Thanks chaps for all your replies. Sorry not replied to any before but not been on here much recently.

Gyro, you hit the proverbial nail right on it's noggin. I went on the SN website, they said that there is a known compatability issue with SN5 or older with Quicktime 7.4 or later. They suggested to uninstall QT and re-install with the older 7.3 version. Also, not to run in compatability mode.

Once done, I restarted SN and the whole sky was ablaze with orbiting toolbags etc [:D]

Cheers me ol' buddy chum mucker pal.
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RE: Which Planetarium

Postby wombat » Mon Dec 01, 2008 10:26 pm

try e-bay where else ? [;)]
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RE: Which Planetarium

Postby gyro » Tue Dec 02, 2008 1:10 pm

Kev G.

Glad to be of help.

I think this is another good example of where the Forum would benefit from a section for "Computers and Astronomy". I don't think members would abuse this with non-Astronomy related topics which are well covered on 'computer specific' sites.
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RE: Which Planetarium

Postby bunbury » Tue Dec 30, 2008 1:43 am

I downloaed Stellarium the other day, based on recommendations on this site. I love it. [:D] Thanks guys. I'm still learning my way around it (and the sky) and I think it's really going to help me. It also looks groovy. [:D]
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