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Ideaman and Coder at Across Time & Space, creator of the Windows Store App Photrax

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If you are running Windows 8.1, and you have photos that contain exif (location) data, you can try out my app "Photrax" which is available as a trial via the Windows Store. Photrax generates pushpins on a map based on the photos you load into it, displaying the thumbnail of the photo and detailed information about the photo in an infobox when you select its pushpin.

I've also had fun with Google maps, as you can see here.


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accepted A “no” is needed here, no es cierto?
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asked A “no” is needed here, no es cierto?
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accepted When does the adjective come before the noun in Spanish?
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asked When does the adjective come before the noun in Spanish?
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comment Why do fruits seemingly have two genders?
One of those ingredients I don't care for; I'm not sure which one.
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revised Why do fruits seemingly have two genders?
edited title
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10
accepted Why do fruits seemingly have two genders?
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asked Why do fruits seemingly have two genders?
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awarded  Critic
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accepted Este o Esto. Which one to use, when, where, why?
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asked Este o Esto. Which one to use, when, where, why?
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accepted Is a Wrist a Toy (muñeca)?
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asked Is a Wrist a Toy (muñeca)?
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accepted Why is “Tierra” capitalized but “cielos” is not?
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revised Why is “Tierra” capitalized but “cielos” is not?
added 140 characters in body
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asked Why is “Tierra” capitalized but “cielos” is not?
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Is “Arcilla” for “Clay” used only in Spain (or only used outside of Mexico)?
Good! I'm "high-toned"!
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comment Is “Arcilla” for “Clay” used only in Spain (or only used outside of Mexico)?
So if I go by "Arcilla" instead of "Barro", I reckon it's like calling myself William instead of Billy-Bob.
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accepted Is “Arcilla” for “Clay” used only in Spain (or only used outside of Mexico)?