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Orientation for Southern Hemisphere observers

Orientation for Southern Hemisphere observers

Postby Kiwiastronomer » Thu Oct 04, 2007 3:28 pm

Thanks for creating this site, I find that it works in well with other sites and maps I use. Only problem I have is the orientation for viewing from 39 degrees south. Good for the mind to roll it over but if it is possible for me to view it upside down ( other than turn the monitor over - which has been done) it would be awesome. Cheers, Don
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Postby admin » Thu Oct 04, 2007 10:51 pm

Hi Don,
Thank you for your interest in our project and your comments. We have in our plans to add southern view support, but turning monitor upside down is quite interesting solution. The only thing you need to turn over mouse as well , I believe it should work pretty well for optical mouse. I think we need to write down in our FAQ the setup instruction for our southern friends :)

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