Add Change Font Size to Preferences

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Add Change Font Size to Preferences

Postby PGI » Thu Jun 30, 2011 11:18 am

So far, I'm really liking this time tracker. I have only one request as of this moment; Can you add the ability to change the font size, say, in the preferences?
Thanks!

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Re: Add Change Font Size to Preferences

Postby PGI » Tue Aug 02, 2011 8:54 am

Sorry about the double post. Can you delete this one, or the other one? Thanks!

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Re: Add Change Font Size to Preferences

Postby ddavidteon » Tue Mar 24, 2015 3:42 am

It will be nice to make new features by myself. But sources are closed, that is sad.
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Re: Add Change Font Size to Preferences

Postby flystly » Fri May 11, 2018 6:59 am

Tight-Buffered Fiber Distribution Cable for Indoor and Outdoor Use




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Tight-buffered fiber distribution cable consists of several tight-buffered fibers consolidated in a single cable. Compared with the bare fiber, the tight-buffered fiber is coded with an additional 900um layer over the 250um fibers for protection (as shown in the following picture). Generally, the tight-buffered distribution cable comes in various fiber counts ranging from 2 to 144 fibers. According to different application requirements, these cables are usually plenum or riser rated but can also be constructed as an indoor/outdoor or low-smoke (LSZH) cable. The following section will dwell specially on the applications of tight-buffered fiber optic cables.
When it comes to deploying cables for indoor applications, the important factor that should be considered is flame ratings. According to the NEC (National Electric Code), flame ratings generally include plenum, riser, general, etc., as shown in the following picture:
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