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    Well, this could have saved me a couple of hours work this morning. Should have known there are folks that can do it better than me.

    Should the seat position be As Required?

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    Having problems as I'm on my phone with quotes. So.

    Todo list: reposition the seat safeing, probably as part of the LENR start flow

    Rework the radiators, I'll have to do testing on how hard you can run the radiators with them stowed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayakano View Post
    Rework the radiators, I'll have to do testing on how hard you can run the radiators with them stowed
    No testing required, it's reported they are intended to function (at reduced efficiency) while stowed. Perfectly safe to run with them stowed early, as you do have a good amount of time even without radiation. Things only really get warm with LENR online.

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    I think safing the seat should be one of the first tasks, because there's a good chance you'll accidentally float upward out of the chair without the restraint.

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    Awesome! Are the terms "Port" and "Starward" actually a thing? At first I thought they were just Port/Starboard and incorrect.

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    You mean that now, I really need to learn which side is port and which side is starboard? I can never remember which is which.
    It's all cool though, It's "space".

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimcarrel View Post
    You mean that now, I really need to learn which side is port and which side is starboard? I can never remember which is which.
    It's all cool though, It's "space".
    what's worse, you need to learn dorsal and ventral
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimcarrel View Post
    You mean that now, I really need to learn which side is port and which side is starboard? I can never remember which is which.
    It's all cool though, It's "space".
    As a teenager working on the Tamar in England I was taught to wonder if there was any port left. Being a lover of drinking with friends I seem to have never forgotten this. As for dorsal & ventral,,,

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    hold on I haven't drank any PORT that isn't red, and yes it is on the LEFT , but your green text confuses this saying . your 'left' should be red the colour of port.

    I was taught the same saying , PORT is red and how much is LEFT

    that's why I drink beer which is AMBER and tells me to speed up and make the lights
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    Quote Originally Posted by curiousepic View Post
    Awesome! Are the terms "Port" and "Starward" actually a thing? At first I thought they were just Port/Starboard and incorrect.
    Port and Starward were intentional

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