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As a way of saying thanks to all of you who helped me when I was looking for difax chart descriptions, I've placed two difax chart lists on http://meteora.ucsd.edu/observations/observations.html . The first is a listing of difax charts in chart number sequence. The second is the same list in a simplistic (via sort) alphabetic sequence by description. Look in the difax chart section. Thanks again for the support. Larry Peter M. Schmid <schmidp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Larry, The URL you have gives me a 404 not found. Pete S. naegelin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:Hi Larry.... I tried using the list fer difax charts that you sent out the other day. The return came back saying that it didn't exist. So I took my list, checked it twice, to see if I'd been naughty or nice, and I am convinced that I typed it in right. Please advise....ccn.You folks have committed the rookie error of doing what I said to do instead of what you should have done. You should both have realized that what I said was NOT what I meant. Actually, I left part of the path out of the URL. Try: http://meteora.ucsd.edu/weather/observations/observations.html That should work. If it doesn't please let me know. You can also get to the lists via the SIO weather page at: http://meteora.ucsd.edu/weather.html via the "Realtime Weather Observations and Charts" section's "Realtime Data Menu" pointer. Sorry about that. Larry