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 on: Today at 03:16:05 PM 
Started by Weaver - Last post by Weaver
In Safari, when I am editing text in a multi line edit box in a browser window, sometimes the text cursor (insertion point) just disappears. (A ‘refresh’ will bring it back,  up have to remember to do a Select-All / Copy first to save the current text contents and then Paste it back after the refresh.) Struggling on, continuing editing without it is a real trial.

Has anyone else seen this?

It has been going around for a long time, and I am fairly sure it is older than iOS12, not a recent introduction. Have not seen anything like it in any other app than Safari.

 on: Today at 03:04:41 PM 
Started by CarlT - Last post by Weaver
Your strays are beautiful. I do love stray cats, so affectionate and seem grateful to have a welcome: we had Charlie and Adolfe when I was young, and Janet and I acquired Sheep, Domhnall and Big Tig when we lived in Crouch End, North London.

 on: Today at 02:33:25 PM 
Started by CarlT - Last post by CarlT
Here's the stray we feed that often sleeps in the cat house at the end of our garden. A beauty.

Here's the stray we housed last year :)

 on: Today at 02:32:41 PM 
Started by 22over7 - Last post by chenks
it's not an "installer" though, it's just a script running various linux commands to make sure all the required components exist.
each command runs and completes, they are all standalone parts.

 on: Today at 02:11:36 PM 
Started by Rumik - Last post by Weaver
There were two in France in eBay, I just bought the cheaper one and didn’t get the one linked too. Unfortunately they tend to be ridiculous prices as they are so highly desired.

Consensus is that the -10D is not as good as an ADSL modem (VDSL2 modem too?).

Are the 8-series any less good than the VMG 1312-B10A ?

 on: Today at 02:07:23 PM 
Started by Bowdon - Last post by Weaver
I think speeds are always better in the winter. And very bad weather seems to help a little, v  heavy rain. Lying snow seems very beneficial.

However the power cut boosted d/s one sync rate to the highest speed ever seen in all of history, 3.2Mbps. This must have been due to the unusually low noise level at the time as other disturbers were still offline, that is the only explanation I can think of and it doesn’t entirely make sense to me. Why would my kit come back up sooner than other people’s? I don’t see why my modems would boot fast than other people’s, the opposite in fact. Perhaps it is nothing to do with modems and was about a wide range of electrical equipment still being off and not restarting without intervention ? Don’t really understand.

Anyway, that is still giving a false boost to performance figures.

The weather is really wild here today. Has been quite wet.

 on: Today at 01:50:43 PM 
Started by CarlT - Last post by Weaver
Absolutely beautiful, every one of the horde. Magnificent.

We had seven here 20 years ago: Aonghas Dubh and Orange, Daisy and Ginger Blob, Domhnall and Seumas and Big Tig. I had Orange aka Tiddy Puss for 19 years, until this last January. Your Oxley does remind me of my Aonghas Dubh.

We have five and a half cats now. (‘Tom’ the ‘half’ being increasingly nearer to full membership, even though he belongs way down the village, but in any case he has been a permanent resident, if not in the house then in the garage for years.)

 on: Today at 01:36:19 PM 
Started by 22over7 - Last post by Weaver
An installer needs to back out its changes if it fails. Leaving a mess lying around is very poor design. That’s a simple enough rule. It detected some error condition and then just fell to pieces.

 on: Today at 01:08:29 PM 
Started by Rumik - Last post by tiffy

You may already be aware that there is a basic stat's monitoring utility available here:

It's for the BT HH 5A (the PN Hub One being a re-badged HH 5A) see additional configuration notes for the PN Hub One provided within the link.
The utility is very easily configured and gives basic router parameters within the limitations of the non-Broadcom chip set used by the HH 5A/Hub One and can certainly act as an interim measure until you decide on a Broadcom chip set based modem/router which will work with utilities such as DSLStats and give full stat's access.

 on: Today at 12:51:00 PM 
Started by 22over7 - Last post by chenks
well you are trying to use it out-with the scope of what it's designed to be, so you can't blame the installer for the mess you created.

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