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  1. Hello, It's now working quite nice. See this post in the UDF forum Regards, Rudi. ------------ no need to read all the other lines ----------- this is a first script, to get NASA solar pictures to my local disk. Works quite okay, but it is very slow. 1.) Possibly there is a chance to speed it up? #include <Inet.au3> #include <Date.au3> $url = "http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/assets/img/browse/" $Start = "2016/01/01" $NextDate = $Start $RegExJpgName = '(.*?<a href="
  2. Hi. You are a solar enthusiast? for my personal fun I wrote these two scripts. The first one is downloading all the JPG solar pictures, starting at a given date. the 2nd one will display them in an Autoit GUI, with an adjustable image difference for your right and left eye: "Stare through" your monitor, so that your left eye will focus the left image, your right eye the right image, then you will recognize the 3D effect. If you have difficulties to "match" the left / right image to your left / right eye, then ... decrease the GUI's size (PAGE-DN
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