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Sorry folks. Working on it but it might be offline for a couple of weeks. 

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1 minute ago, rosco said:

Oh no its not 

It is back to where it was rosco - static image, updated each time you select the LiveWebcam. 

I think the Live feature will be off the cards until someone comes up with the money to run it.

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@rosco - I know we all should be selecting the same the same 'Live Webcam'  option from the 'Info' dropdown menu but just to make sure you are getting the same link as the rest of us would you try selecting this link, rather than the dropdown option, and see what happens :-

https://www.bedlington.co.uk/live.html/

The Live image it returns does appear to be larger than what it used to be  :- 

 

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