Re: video on Presentations by Williams and Park
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- Subject: [mg102450] Re: video on Presentations by Williams and Park
- From: divisor <congruentialuminaire at yahoo.com>
- Date: Sun, 9 Aug 2009 18:20:43 -0400 (EDT)
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Helo MathGroup: A couple of points of information: 1. There is *no need at all* to sign up for anything to view this presentation. This is true for both the Windows and the Mac/QuickTime versions linked above. 2. There is a small formatting issue shown in the video in one of the popup windows. I believe that this is a video production problem that will be resolved during a subsequent "take". Regards.. Roger Williams Franklin Laboratory On Aug 9, 3:06 am, AES <sieg... at stanford.edu> wrote: > In article <h5jddv$13... at smc.vnet.net>, David Reiss <dbre... 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.