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Military Situation In Countryside Of Palmyra On May 24, 2017 (Map Update)

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The Syrian Republican Guard and the National Defense Forces are advancing on the al-Busairi crossroad southwest of Palmyra in the province of Homs.

Military Situation In Countryside Of Palmyra On May 24, 2017 (Map Update)

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mark123456

Again, cant be enlarged….

Expo Marker

Perhaps right-click and open image in new window.

mark123456

Thanks for the tip but it only makes it a real bit, slightly larger. It has to be set from them, Im just giving them a heads up. There were another 2 instances this week. Also, maps in arabic language seems silly on an English language audience website to me.

Not hating, I am very grateful for the content and if I wasnt such a broke ass I would give 50 a month in support. Just helping.

Expo Marker

It seems on this page, the map can’t be clicked to enlarged. Which is odd, sometimes it works, or sometimes it becomes a big blurry image.

Miguel Redondo

right click , open image in new window , then appears the + sign and you can enlarge to a reasonable size.

mark123456

Hey can i ask what browser you use? I use chrome on laptop and it only enlarges a weeee bit. And i see no + option

Miguel Redondo

I use Chrome on a laptop (WinXP) , same as you. The map results in 1024×637 bits

mark123456

Oh yeah i got the + cursor when i put mouse on it and its only a tiny improvement. I will try what VGA suggested, maybe it wont lose pixel quality if i manage to enlarge it more.

Either way it does nothing if you are on the phone however. But i didnt intend to make a big deal, only wanted to tell SF staff about it. Thanks for the help.

VGA

You can use ctrl + mouse wheel up or down to zoom in and out.

gravity

That is good news for SAA to liberate the whole country from rodents whom their job is to disturb the peace of civilians. Syria is the only country in middle East which has a religion tolerance and all live side by side. If we tried to compare it with Saudi Arabia we can see Syria is much more better than Saudi Arabia despite many years of sanction from western countries.

DJ Double D

No real progress around Palmyra for more than a month. It is evident from the Map that previously liberated points were lost again. Why is it so tough over there?

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