How to get possible event confirmed by other users?

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narutofroggy
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How to get possible event confirmed by other users?

Post by narutofroggy »

If I copy and paste my event in the forum, can other users look and and check "track" "no track" "bad focus" ?? I have been looking at other people's events, but I can submit anything on it. And I also wanted some feedback on events that I have. Is there a way to do this?

http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... =2868342V1

Or is it all ramdom, and the only way someone can confirm or not confirm is when the slide pops up in their virtual microscope?

Any help would be appreicated. Thanks.

Mash
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Probably Bad focus

Post by Mash »

Bad focus range no doubt

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Post by DustBuster »

Hi narutofroggy.

I tend to agree with Mash that the focus range on that movie does not allow you to go below the surface (where you would start to see evidence of the tracks we are looking for).

There is a topic at the top of this forum entitled "I think I've found a track, what do you think?" which is where you can submit your movies for user review. Here is a link to get you started: http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... .php?t=647

Please re-post your message there as this one will be locked.
*edit: on second thought, this topic may be useful for others that need help posting their movies to that thread.

Hope that helps!
Last edited by DustBuster on Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:27 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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narutofroggy
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Post by narutofroggy »

yeah, bad focus range. But if it were in focus then I suppose it would look better. Well, back to searching, thanks for response.

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