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    Default New TIPS & TRICKS in VIDEO Format!!!

    Thank you to Michael Tyler for our latest Tips & Tricks in the new video format.

    ISSUE 35 Jan 2011 – Pocket Cutting Tips - Part 1

    Here is some information about this video & tips on viewing it:

    1) It may take some time downloading depending upon your internet connection

    2) There is a play/pause button on the bottom left side.

    3) It covers four types of Pocket Cutting techniques in this "Part 1". The video is about 22 minutes long, so an 'average' of 5 minutes per pocket type. (The file size is under 70MB)

    4) There is a Table of Contents, which appears at the left of the video. The user can click and go directly to a certain selection or view the whole video

    5) A Closed Captioning option (click the CC in the control bar) is available for hearing impaired and for those times when words may have been slurred.
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    Super video!
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    Now that was pretty "COOL".... GOOD JOB MT !!!!!

    Loaded and played Great. Excellent Audio and Great Graphics....

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    Just got into the new Tips Video. Phenomenal!

    Great learning tool!!

    Thanks!
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    This is great, and a very good subject to start with.

    Thanks
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    Michael,

    I would say Michael that you have reached another mile stone with this Tips & Tricks Viedo.

    Just wonderful that you are part of the CW/CC/LHR family.

    Thank you.

    Robert
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    Thanks Michael! You did a wonderful job. It makes it much easier to understand.
    I learned so much!
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    Thank you M T, you always do a very good job of bring out some great points that can not be explained in text.
    Thanks again
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    Any ideas as to why when I open the Tips&Tricks I only get a thumbnail type picture running in the left verticle black bar on the page. The sound is fine but the picture is to small to see what is being talked about.
    If I move the cursor around it never turns into a hand to click to enlarge and rt click is no help either.

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    Thank you very much, everyone (except 'Lynn' who said I slur my words <grin>).

    Very glad that you are enjoying the new format! Joe L. and I have been "talking" about this off and on for over 3 (4?) years (sometime soon after I produced the Scanning Probe video), and finally - we took the plunge. I was waiting to hear some feedback on this first issue before moving along - so, I guess I can proceed and finish up the rest of 'em! (eleven topics are on the list thus far). AskBud was a GREAT inspiration to go ahead with this format too - he basically tested the waters and then some! Thanks, Bud!

    One rather ambitious task I have on the agenda is to do a complete overview of the Designer interface, covering 'every' dot-and-tittle. I know for sure it will be a series in several parts/sections - don't know how many yet (3 or 4 parts, I'm guessing). So that's one that will hopefully help beginners, as well as experienced users, alike.

    Thanks again! Oh, I decided to add the Closed Captions because, yes - I DO sometimes slur my words! (was just ribbin' ya, Connie!)
    Michael T
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