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  1. To the newer posters - Here. Bookmark this. October through December. And then January in due time, if it is meant to be. https://www.moviecollectoroh.com/nightly/sched.htm P.S. and if you don't like that, here are older saved copies of Nov and Dec. But they are already or will someday be obsolete: Nov https://moviecollectoroh.com/pics_to_hotlink_on_TCM/broadcast_2020_11_pulled_2020_09_28.html Dec https://moviecollectoroh.com/pics_to_hotlink_on_TCM/broadcast_2020_12_pulled_2020_09_28.html
  2. I already have a zipper for used wine. Going without a mask, the "new streaking".
  3. Only one set of JSON files is directly used in the "new schedule". Then there is the "older set" which isn't. Presumably it is still used for something, one can only hope. Compare my two linked files for yourself - they are dissimilar to an extent. Other than that, there's not much to know about the APIs. The use of one set of JSON files over the other has nothing to do with speed. It is a design choice. There is a small gain in speed, especially with smaller devices that have smaller CPUs, in using any form of JSON (versus static HTML). That is only due to the way it loads ima
  4. That feed that has the themes isn't what they are using for the new schedule though. The feed for the new schedule is without the themes and also has less technical info. This seems all but forgotten around here, but to make it easier to figure out, I am dumping the contents of that older feed out to a webpage each night, as-is (link 1). Also now I am doing the same for the newer feed - which is what goes to the new official schedule (link 2). The data feed used to make the second link is actually what they use for the Daily schedule now, but the Monthly schedule is currently just a
  5. Ahh yes. The lovely Deela. What a quandry the Captain must have been in at that moment, but not for very long. https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Deela_(Scalosian) Infertility due to radiation poisoning. Depending on radiation source, this may have helped. Not only would it have made a great Star Trek prop, it also works. https://www.gigahertz-solutions.de/en/measurement/high-frequency/meters/312/hf35c
  6. Here. Bookmark this. October through December. And then January in due time, if it is meant to be. https://www.moviecollectoroh.com/nightly/sched.htm P.S. and if you don't like that, here are older saved copies of Nov and Dec. But they are already or will someday be obsolete: Nov https://moviecollectoroh.com/pics_to_hotlink_on_TCM/broadcast_2020_11_pulled_2020_09_28.html Dec https://moviecollectoroh.com/pics_to_hotlink_on_TCM/broadcast_2020_12_pulled_2020_09_28.html
  7. For my own purposes in defining a short, I use an "or" clause with genre and duration. Genre must include "Short" or Duration must be < 45 min. This is along with using IMDB info.
  8. Speaking of hints, what ever happened to side-by-side testing before going live with a new site? Adobe wanted to get rid of Flash. The only thing keeping it around is longer-standing websites that still use it. For some that use it more intensively, it is not easy to phase out. I am able to see every little thing that the operating system on my computer updates, and it still updates Flash Player about once or twice a year for security updates. The old schedules, the old forum, and the old database search engine didn't rely on Flash. That is about as much as I eve
  9. Yeah, what txfilmfan said. Don't just post on social media, bomb the hell out of them over there. Put them into damage control mode.
  10. I'll wait till it shows up in a vetted software distribution channel. I can't see Debian including it, but maybe Ubuntu (based on Debian). Ubuntu is more corporate-oriented and Linux Mint (my distro) is based on that, though they pull in the reins some from Ubuntu. It will probably show up first in Red Hat though.
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