I’ve upgraded ShipWatcher so you can view slideshows of recent images for any ship.
If you have a look under each image, you’ll see a new green arrow that looks like this:
Click on that arrow, and you’ll see slideshow of recent images from the database.
ShipWatcher keeps a photo archive of interesting photos from each webcam, but it doesn’t record ALL photos. So if some of the photos you see in the slideshow are older than you expect, that’s because it’s been a while since ShipWatcher automatically captured any photos from it. The best way to make sure there are more photos in the archive is to click on the Camera button () and manually take some photos.
You can run slideshows for several ships at once, but the more ships you select, the longer it will take to display a new picture.
While the SlideShow is running, the green arrow will change to a “Stop” button that looks like this:
Click on the Stop button to stop the SlideShow. The most recent image from the camera will then be displayed.
It took me a while to work out how to do this, so if you use it, please let me know. If I know that people are using some of these new things, I’ll add more fun toys!
Why don’t you try it out now?