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Old 09-30-2009, 09:45 AM   #31
 
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It seems like a pretty good program so far.

I've inputted my selection and came with 96%. Not bad.But I will need to get rid of the algae eater.

BTW, the Chinese Algae eater is not on the list. But I know you are still updating it.
I just realized Chinese Algae Eater is already in the program...

I think there might be a bug in the way how it determines what to display when only suitable species are supposed to be displayed. This might be confusing people....
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Old 09-30-2009, 10:12 AM   #32
 
This release attempts to handle some of the aggression issues. Please let me know if you don't agree with the result - I'm sure it will require further fine tuning.

What's new for 2009 09 30 build
- Bioload for snails have been adjusted down significantly.
- Some aggression logic have been implemented. This is still work in progress.
- will take into account size differences
- will take into account their natural aggression between their own species and against other species.
- will take into account species that cannot tolerate its own kind within a limited space. Male betta is the first guinea pig in this category.
- will take into account tank space needed if teritorial bottom dwelling breeding pair(s) form. Will handle multiple breeding pairs of different species based on your tank size.
- Added Texas Cichlid
- Added more loach species.
- Added more tetra species.
- Added more barb species.
- Added Salvini Cichlid.
- Split betta species into male and female to handle aggression issue better.
- Algorithm refined for small tanks (under 10g).
- Algorithm detects if the tank is not high enough for selected species.
- "Clear selection" button has been fixed. Previously it was clearing all fields.
- Total number of species in DB has been increased to 235.

Once again, here's the link: AqAdvisor site.
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Old 10-07-2009, 12:48 PM   #33
 
What's new for 2009 10 07 build:

- Updated scientific name for Dwarf Loach.
- Filtration capacity algorithm has been implemented.
- Some commercially available filters are listed.
- Filtration capacity estimates used are somewhat lower than manuacturer-claimed numbers to be more realistic.
- Will warn if you don't have sufficient capacity.
- Will take into account your tank's bioload.
- For unknown filters, calculations will not be performed for now.
- Fixed a defect: territorial species are always considered bottom dwellers before this fix.
- Fixed a defect: "Display all species" vs "Display only suitable species" sometimes didn't work correctly.
- Fixed a defect: did not display temperature recommendation all the time.
- Added Fancy Gold Fish.
- Added Longfin Zebra Danio.
- Added more loach species.
- Recommends pH and hardness for selected species.
- Ability to display in Celcius and Farenheit.
- Ability to display in Gallons and Litres.
- Total number of species in DB has been increased to 246.

As usual, please check out AqAdvisor.com to access the online tool.
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Old 10-07-2009, 12:59 PM   #34
 
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One thing you might want to consider adding is an option for additional filtration. A lot of people run more than one filter on a tank.

Also, when I clicked on the "display in fahrenheit" it gave me an error. It said something like the URL was not found.
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Old 10-07-2009, 02:25 PM   #35
 
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One thing you might want to consider adding is an option for additional filtration. A lot of people run more than one filter on a tank.

Also, when I clicked on the "display in fahrenheit" it gave me an error. It said something like the URL was not found.
I did think about more than one filter after implementing this... I guess it will be on the next build

Wow, you found a serious defect. Let me look into it.

EDIT: Just fixed the link bug. Thanks for pointing it out.
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Old 10-14-2009, 12:30 AM   #36
 
What's new for 2009 10 14 build:
- Common Pleco attributes have been updated.
- Added Sparkling Gourami and other Gourami species.
- Added Olive Nerite Snail.
- Added more pleco species.
- Does not display water parameter ranges when no species are selected.
- Added AquaClear Mini/150/200/300/500 series filters.
- Added Lustar Hydro Sponge 1-5 series filters.
- Added Electric Blue Jack Dempsey.
- Added Reedfish.
- Added Elephantnose fish.
- Added Peacock Eeel
- Exception List has been implemented. First application for this is to define interbreeding possibilities. Platy-Swordtale-Molly group selected together now reports warning and so does Bolivian Ram-German Blue Ram pair. This will need to expand over time.
- Allows for 2 filter setup.
- Allows user to define filter capacities for those who own filters not on the list already.
- Total number of species in DB has been increased to 259.
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:53 AM   #37
 
How many percent is mean full?
What is gUS and how to use that?
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Old 10-14-2009, 09:04 AM   #38
 
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How many percent is mean full?
What is gUS and how to use that?
100% means full. But less than 100% means easier to maintain and you can still get away with more than 100% too if you know what you are doing. I know someone who does only about 40% on this scale and gets away with very little water changes. I also know someone who did 150% but with huge amount of water changes per week (about 40% WC every two days!)

gUS = US Gallons. L = Litres.
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Old 10-17-2009, 09:52 PM   #39
 
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couldnt find my red peacock cichlid, jewel cichlid, or bumble bee cichlid......did find my yellow lab.

Also I have a aqua-tech 30-60 filter thats not on the list
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Old 10-17-2009, 10:31 PM   #40
 
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i dont know if you want to add this to your webpage at all but i have an african dward frog in my tank as well as a dragon goby and i could not seem to find either of them on there....VERY good webpage by the way!!!!
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