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    Let's name the Top Most Topic... most popular among the members

    We do seem to get a lot of Excel queries, compared to what I'd expect. I'm really glad you've got the knowledge to help with them @AmjiBhai :D.
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    News Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Alpha Signup

    I'm definitely going to pick this up once it's released, as long as the price isn't crazy. I've started going flying with a friend, so this will be a great way to get a bit of VFR practice in for navigating around Manchester.
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    News Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Alpha Signup

    Just tagging you in this @ChristopherP as I think you may be interested in it :).
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    News Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Alpha Signup

    Ian submitted a new resource: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Alpha Signup - Microsoft Flight Simulator looks to be one of the most realistic simulators ever released Read more about this resource...
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    Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Alpha Signup

    Microsoft have been working on Flight Simulator 2020 for quite some time, having previewed the game at E3 a little earlier this year. This upcoming release has been long awaited by flight sim fans, as the previous edition of the game is coming up to 8 years old and is starting to look a little...
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    New Pad New Life

    Do you think it would still be do-able in November? Assuming we're dressed properly for it? I'll make sure we visit Lynton & Lynmouth. Where's the fun in that :lol: .
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    How do you guys feel about Trump withdrawing troops from Syria?

    Closed on request :).
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    New Pad New Life

    Looks like a brilliant time @Abarbarian! Where about's is that funicular railway station btw? I've never been to Snowdonia, but mean to go as soon as the weather is nice again. Considering you did this in Oct, the weather looks ok (all that rain aside :lol:).
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    How do you guys feel about Trump withdrawing troops from Syria?

    Can can close the thread if you'd like @Abraham Andres Luna? To be honest, a large part of me would love discussions like this on the forums, but it often causes more problems than the benefits it brings when politics of this variety are discussed (Trump, Brexit, etc...).
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    Offline Photo Organisation Software

    Can anyone recommend some software that will help organise my photos, ideally making it easy to view photos by date/location and has face recognition/AI built in. I know that there are tons of cloud-based providers like Google Photos, but I've got all my photos stored on a NAS and I'd rather not...
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    Intel "Element" brings a fully module PC

    Intel have showcased a new product, codenamed "Element", which combines PCIe cards to form a fully modular PC. This means a computer in the future could consist of a simple backplane with lots of PCIe slots, in to which different processing modules could be plugged in. For example, you may need...
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    News Intel "Element" brings a fully module PC

    Ian submitted a new resource: Intel "Element" brings a fully module PC - Intel reveal a fully modular PC, without a traditional motherboard Read more about this resource...
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    Free video stabilisation software

    Hi @suzonka, there is a free way to do it using FFmpeg, but it's a little involved as you need to use commandline options. I've not tried this method myself, but I often use FFmpeg and it's very useful: http://blog.gregzaal.com/2014/05/30/camera-stabilisation-with-ffmpeg/
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    Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC November 5th (Steam in December)

    Great news :D. I've got the game for the PS4, but I don't have the console anymore :rolleyes:. I'll sell the PS4 version and pick this up, as I really enjoyed the game from the few hours I played. I'll happily wait the extra month to get it on Steam :).
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    Trip's Interesting Video Thread

    Very clever indeed - that's an interesting way of using solenoids. If you asked me if I'd have the patience to build something like that a few years ago, I'd have said not a chance, but now I'd quite like using the lathe, mill, etc... to build each individual part :lol:.
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