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8 hours ago, Vic Patterson said:

Sill nothing here! is it only me? 

And me @Vic Patterson - I was blaming my old Windows Vista + Google Chrome PC that I use 98% of the time = big screen - big keyboard - easy for me to use.

Yesterday I tried my Laptop - Windows 10 - Microsoft Edge and I get the same result = a small 'icon' and nothing else (I just added the arrow to point out the icon:))

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33 minutes ago, Canny lass said:

Nothing here either Vic.

It's a router problem and on Andy's near horizon schedule.  It's causing other problems apart from the webcam here.

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Fixes bit it may be intermittent over the next few days. 

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It's going to be offline for a bit longer.

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2 hours ago, Andy Millne said:

It's going to be offline for a bit longer.

(tm) TSB Internet Banking

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I've brought back a static image feed for now. The camera is quite popular even just amongst members so the video feed isn't sustainable with the current setup. I'm looking into a way to keep the video feed going but in the meantime refresh to see an updated view.

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I see the camera is working again, a nice clear picture but frozen! (at least for me it is) it is updated each time I reconnect, now we see the new street lights and flower displays, thanks those who have worked on the system.

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My system is like yours Vic. I have to be really quick at selecting the Web Cam otherwise the drop down menu closes.

When I do catch the menu I don't get any picture, just a small icon in the middle of the screen.

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The dropdown menu seems to working fine now for me but if you are using Chrome and you get the little icon and no image try right clicking the icon and in the dropdown click, open image in new tab, works for me.

Firefox seems to working ok.

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No problem with the dropdown menu but I just get the icon when clicking on the menu. I tried your suggestion, Pete, and opened the image in a new tab but all it produced was a still picture.

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CL, see Andy's post for 5th May. all we should be getting is a static image at the moment but if you hit refresh the image will update but still a static image.

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On 21/03/2018 at 14:31, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

You will have to get the ladders oot @Andy Millne - webcam need  a clean :o

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Mebbe it's just LIGHT rain..........!

...not workin' here eethaa!....a naa wat it is ....it's rain stopped play.....!!!

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A bit of both. It’s surprisingly popular so maintaining multiple streams on a single connection causes problems elsewhere. I’m trying to find a suitable service that will redistribute the feed that isn’t cost prohibitive. 

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