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    Cool Dynamic hybrid map, the SEEDFINDER

    Big HELLO to the fullmelt comunity... its been a while since my last post here, so I just wanted to show an interesting project I stumbled over on an german site (hanfburg.de), the guy that posted is Klaas Klever and I think its his work. Its good to know where your genetics came from (especially if its producing fullmelt)

    http://de.seedfinder.eu/HybridMap/Se...per_Skunk.html

    enjoy!!!
    Not all drugs are good, some are great!

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    wicked cool thanks man

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    VEry interesting!
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    hi all,
    thanks for the link, good to see that its useful for you
    one tip, if you use "en.seedfinder" instead of "de.seedfinder" you will get an english version! (ok, not a very good english, but i do my best ;-)
    example: http://en.seedfinder.eu/HybridMap/Se...per_Skunk.html
    have fun,
    klaas

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    maximal RESPECT going your way Klaas, thanx alot!

    cheers

    Oax
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    Link didnt seem to work, just made my browser go crazy, the graphic wandered all over the page uncontrollably till the browser crashed and had to be shut down...... Interesting idea tho.
    I am the Eggman, Coo Coo KaChoo

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    thanks
    @yukonbikerguy: umh... interesting error :/ can you tell me your browser/version? do you have also an actual javascript version? it should work at the moment best with firefox, or opera - and also in actual IE-Versions.. but if there are many strains in the map the ie is very slow :/ ...but hey, its a beta, please be gentle

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    that is super nice very interesting ,thx for ur hard work klaas
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    Those errors? IE7 at home. Just for the heck of it I tried IE6 from this different location, its even worse, it just tries to display the graphic in a little tiny (1cm X 15cm)scroll type window... I can see it's in there but can't really see it. Latest Java on everything. People still use Opera? lol The IE is definatley slow, lol.

    **Works fine in IE8 on Win7 ** ......for about 1 minute befor the graphic starts jumping around. Comming apart it looks like... wierd
    Last edited by YukonBikerGuy; 01-21-2010 at 07:11 PM. Reason: additional testing
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    Works fine for me in firefox 3.5 .

    Such a cool idea, I love browsing through.
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