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Hmm.... quality seems a bit degraded now. It looks slightly out of focus to what it used to be. May just be that I need a trip to Specsavers though! 

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I think it's likely the weather or the lens cover may be a bit grimey. 

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Problem noted. Thanks!

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Should be fixed now but it may take a couple of hours before you're able to see it.

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Naaa it’s just the wrong kind of rain. ☔️

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Yep, same here, not been able to see live for a couple of days.

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2 hours ago, Andy Millne said:

Back soon folks. 

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Is there still an issue with the webcam or is it just my old system that won't allow me to select any of the items in the 'Info' drop down menu?

The normal four items are listed but when I attempt to select any of them the menu closes :iiam: 

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I have the same problem on firefox but chrome seems stable.

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