Re: video on Presentations by Williams and Park
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- Subject: [mg102436] Re: video on Presentations by Williams and Park
- From: AES <siegman at stanford.edu>
- Date: Sun, 9 Aug 2009 06:06:20 -0400 (EDT)
- Organization: Stanford University
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In article <h5jddv$13q$1 at smc.vnet.net>, David Reiss <dbreiss at gmail.com> wrote: > In Safari get no sound. Also at a number of points n the screencast > the content of the screen content is garbled: i.e., it is not being > redrawn and the material (such as cursor movement) that is added is > scrambling the content that is beneath it. > > --David > Same problem here -- and, the opening screen is a huge window, twice as tall as my large external display, essentially empty, with no explanatory content or instructions in it -- just two very tiny arrow icons at the top -- which have no labels to show what they are or what they do, and which don't respond (by changing appearance) instantly when clicked, to show that they're received the click (even it it will take a while to load whatever they are going to load) -- and then, if you scroll way down to the bottom, two "box" icons, which seem to have all the same defects as the arrow icons at the top. Sorry to be so niggling about these latter points -- but these little things add up rapidly in a GUI display. And, I may do it, but I'm becoming increasingly resistant to any online sites or material that require me to register (not sure if this one does or not). Takes time, and gives one more location access to personal data and access for spam.