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RE: Software etc

I have not tried it but you might check out Aquarix 3.0
(http://www.aquarix.de/en/).  I think it is shareware.

Charles Kuehnl

> Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2003 22:24:41 -0500
> From: "David Terrell" <dave at computergeek_dyndns.org>
> Subject: Software etc.
> Does anyone know where I can find good freeware/shareware software to
> keep track of a freshwater aquarium.  The ones I've found are not
> and/or aimed almost entirely at saltwater tanks.  I would love to be
> able to track all my readings electronically and have it generate some
> graphs, and perhaps help me figure out what would be the best
> to add/how much to add.  If not, I'll probably start my own little
> project to do so in a php/mysql/rrdtool based app.  Anyone interested
> helping? ;-)
> Additionally, you guys are again talking about PMDD.  Aside from the
> epson salts, what are the generic names of all these ingredients and
> where can I get my grubby hands on them?!
> Another Q: has anyone tried the M3 Co2 bundle
> valve product?  If you haven't seen it, check it out:
> http://www.marine-monsters.com/front/products/co2.html
> Or would I be better off getting the parts individually?  I also
> since there is a lot of agitation in my tank (overflow to wet/dry) is
> this going to be a huge problem injecting CO2?  I won't mind refilling
> 5lbs cylinder more often then without the overflow, but will it
> completely disrupt the levels of CO2 in the tank?
> I'd bet I'm a lazy fool and this has been discussed, help a newb ;-)
> - -Dave