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Old September 1st, 2010, 11:09 PM   #8441
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I checked it, but I found it not so much user friendly

How should I compose the .list file? A graphic interface would be way better...
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Old September 1st, 2010, 11:09 PM   #8442
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I sent them my clinched highways about two weeks ago, but it hasn't appeared on the website yet
That's odd, 'cuz they're updating almost daily. My last contribution was updated last night.
Are you sure you did everything right?

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I checked it, but I found it not so much user friendly

How should I compose the .list file? A graphic interface would be way better...
You're right... it isn't user friendly.
However it isn't overwhelmingly difficult, plus it's explaied in details in the get started section.

I'll make you an example. If you drove from Ancona Nord to Bologna San Lazzaro on A14, the corresponding line will be:

ITA A14 SS76 TanBol_S

SS76 being the name of the road intersecating A14 at Ancona Nord and TanBol_S is the Tangenziale of Bologna where the toll barrier of Bologna San Lazzaro is. You can find all these names in "highway browser" section.

The file needs to be a plain ASCII (notepad) file.

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Old September 2nd, 2010, 09:27 AM   #8443
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That's odd, 'cuz they're updating almost daily. My last contribution was updated last night.
Are you sure you did everything right?
Someone heard me because last evening I wasn't on the list, and now I am. So, here are my clinched motorways (not an impressive list but I promise I will improve it).
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 11:52 AM   #8444
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999.9 km . Only 1.8 more than me. Almost all done in Italy, but I also have 4.5 km in Portugal.

Oh, I'm going to update to include France.
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 12:00 PM   #8445
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Yes, they just introduced France & Belgium motorways and Luxembourg expressways! No Spain still, though
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 12:10 PM   #8446
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Spain is a complete mess of numbers, so I believe it will be 2011 when they include our motorways.
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 12:15 PM   #8447
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Agreed. Italy is the same mess about freeways, there is no sistematic designation for them.
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 12:27 PM   #8448
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Starting with the "Diramazione"
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Old September 2nd, 2010, 12:40 PM   #8449
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Well, I was thinking more to the "superstrada". The only superstrada with a proper name in Italy is the FI-PI-LI, but others have unofficial names or cervellotic designation shared by other types of road.
The "Superstrada della Val d'Esino" is SS76, SS76 is the designation also of parts of the road which aren't superstrada; the SS16 "Adriatica" has three different parts in Puglia which are superstrada, and all of them are called SS16... complete mess.
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 12:15 AM   #8450
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Hi guys, I need a little favour from our dutch-speaking collegues here
My mother needs a translation of the label from some rose-treatment thing. With my German and Google-Translate skill I've managed to get some sense from it, but I don't really trust my translation...

So, if any of you have too much spare time...

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Old September 3rd, 2010, 01:20 AM   #8451
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May I ask why there is no explanation in English on there???

I made a small text of it because it was rather hard for me to explain in exact the same words. Also some of the sentences could not be translated exactly to English because expressions are not the same, ext…
I only translated what is useful to know, things like where the product is used I left behind...

Usage is only allowed as treatment for roses,Bouvardi and chrysants. Used solutions should be discharged in the sewage. Discharging of solutions in surface water should be avoided all times.

Rosaflora slows down the rotting processes that causes vascular blockage. In so doing an early fading of cutting flowers can be prevented. Rosaflor neutralizes substances that the stalk ceases and works against pollution and forming of bacteria in the water caused by rotting leaves and stalks. It lets your flowers absorb more water so that they have a better quality of live and your flowers will open more and stay longer healthy.

Rosaflor is a pre-treatment remedy. Make a solution of 10ml per liter of water just before using. Maximum usage of 12hrs, longer treatment can cause damage to the flowers. If treated longer, flowers should stay at a temperature below 10°C at all time during the treatment.

Greetings from Belgium

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Old September 3rd, 2010, 01:30 AM   #8452
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Dutch flowers... mmmh... surely ChrisZwolle lives here:




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Old September 3rd, 2010, 02:19 AM   #8453
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The Dutch do have a special thing for flowers. The flower market I walked past in Amsterdam was pretty interesting. I thought about visiting the one in Aalsmeer, but didn't have time.
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 11:15 AM   #8454
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Is there such thing where Belgians are sociated with? I can't think of any but bad roads mayby
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 11:22 AM   #8455
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Well, "Belgium" was the worst swear word in the Universe in "Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy"
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 11:56 AM   #8456
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haha Uk people don't really like us Belgians...
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 11:58 AM   #8457
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Hi guys, I need a little favour from our dutch-speaking collegues here
My mother needs a translation of the label from some rose-treatment thing. With my German and Google-Translate skill I've managed to get some sense from it, but I don't really trust my translation...

So, if any of you have too much spare time...
May my first contribution to this forum be a useful one..
Here you go Fuzzy
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PRAWNE PRZEPISY UŻYTKOWANIA
Dopuszcza się wyłącznie do przygotowania róży, Buwardii i chrysantemy.
Używane mieszanki mogą być dozowane jedynie poprzez kanały, a nie przez wodę powierzchniową.

SPOSÓB UŻYTKOWANIA
Rosaflor hamuje procesy zachodzące w łodygach i w wodzie które powodują zatkanie naczyń przewodzących.W ten sposób zostaje zatrzymany proces przedwczesnego obumierania kwiatów ciętych. Rosaflor nautralizuje elementy które zostają w łodydze kwiatów wydzielane i przeciwdziała zanieczyszczeniu w łodydze i liściach.
Dzięki działaniu Rosaflor zostaje zwiekszona wydajność pobierania wody, a przez to jakośc kwiatów znacznie się zwiększa.
Kwiaty trafiające do konumenta sa bardziej otwarte, a szyjki róży znacznie wolniej opadają.
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 12:01 PM   #8458
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I'll say the first Belgian things that come to my Italian mind:
- waffles
- french fries (you should call a petition to officially rename them "belgian fries")
- Poirot
- that horrible atomium monument

EDIT: - uh, and of course the wonderful trappist beers!
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 12:17 PM   #8459
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I'll say the first Belgian things that come to my Italian mind:
- waffles
- french fries (you should call a petition to officially rename them "belgian fries")
- Poirot
- that horrible atomium monument

EDIT: - uh, and of course the wonderful trappist beers!
I'll go for the (french) fries. Yeah I know...no country in Europe calls em french fries...Only in the Americas because US soldiers brought them along from the French speaking part of Belgium...

But still we have the BEST!
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Old September 3rd, 2010, 12:20 PM   #8460
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oh yeah our beers but are they worldwide known? You can't even order a nice Belgian beer with our Dutch neighbours... all they have is that horrible Heineken that is like sewage water...bah
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