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    Deus HF, Custom sluices and back various back-saving inventions.
  1. Adblock disabled on this domain - thanks Simon you are right,; I never even gave it a second thought!!! Let's help Steve keep the lights on and we will all continue to be better for his efforts. rex
  2. Waiting For V4.2 To Fix Mi6 Connectivity

    Haven't had any issues with 4.1 and MI-6 so far. Just curious what issues you are seeing and what configs you might be running?
  3. Forgive me, but how does one get into X/Y from GF? Trying to save a custom program.
  4. Thanks again for this thread David. It's been of tremendous help, and will be in the future as a reference. rex
  5. Agreed! That seems a useful enhancement that shouldn't be too difficult to implement. I really think the Deus has yet to unlock much more of its potential for prospectors - and I hope XP is indeed monitoring this site. I submitted a suggestion to XP last summer that they consider something along the lines of the GMT's black sands following mode - which I gather from users that White's never quite got to work in a practical manner. rex
  6. Price Drop On The XP Pinpointer

    Thank you for that info. I know someone who is now getting one for Christmas ;)
  7. Using The GMT To Find Black Sand Paystreaks

    Thanks! Interesting video but inconclusive - too bad there was no gold in the area he demonstrated the technique in. On the other hand, Jeff seems to lend credence to the method... ? Rex
  8. Using The GMT To Find Black Sand Paystreaks

    I find this all very interesting - including Chris' comments. I'm very new to detecting and so don't want to disagree but I wonder if there might be occasional real world conditions in which it could prove useful. Locally, we have diffuse fluvial flour gold everywhere, but reasonable concentrations are rare - neither the diffuse or concentrated varieties are detectable with current technology afaik excepting perhaps a Goldspear. But I would be interested to read the river, detect for relative magnetite concentrations and then start test panning from there, should there be any value in that approach. Trying to track down that Hoagland video... any pointers? Rex
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