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Thread: Downloadable Tutorials for LiveQUICK and Cypher LITE

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    Default Downloadable Tutorials for LiveQUICK and Cypher LITE

    Hi all,

    Jim Hardaway (one of the CEOs of NEO-NEON) forwarded this to me. It is a Tutorial series that he made for the Cypher LITE software.

    As many of you know, Cypher LITE is our re-branded version of LiveQUICK so all of the information in these tutorials is directly applicable to LiveQUICK.

    There are seven chapters to the Tutorial. The first chapters show you how to setup the software including projector settings and projection zones. Later chapters show how to create and edit frames and animations.

    http://www.pangolin.com/CypherTraining/Session1.wmv
    http://www.pangolin.com/CypherTraining/Session2.wmv
    http://www.pangolin.com/CypherTraining/Session3.wmv
    http://www.pangolin.com/CypherTraining/Session4.wmv
    http://www.pangolin.com/CypherTraining/Session5.wmv
    http://www.pangolin.com/CypherTraining/Session6.wmv
    http://www.pangolin.com/CypherTraining/Session7.wmv


    Best regards,

    William Benner


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    Thanks to Jim Hardaway for his work for making this totorials And William Benner for sharing this!

    Thanks again

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    Perhaps this should be pinned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGBLaserFan View Post
    Perhaps this should be pinned.
    Maybe a good idea. Do you know how to do it? Is it something I need to do as the original one who posted the message?

    Best regards,

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    You'd have to send a note to Spec to have him pin this thread to the top. I don't think he's a big fan of pinned threads though...

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    On another forum I inhabit they love pinning threads.
    There are over 20 on most of the topics with the result that it's more difficult for users to browse and anyone just looking at the Forum Index wouldn't see many changes thereby giving the impression that it's a quiet forum.

    Let 'em search instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pangolin View Post
    Maybe a good idea. Do you know how to do it? Is it something I need to do as the original one who posted the message?

    Best regards,

    William Benner
    Only the board admin can do it so probably Spec or Adam I imagine.

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    I believe that every forum should have a "pinned" section all its own.

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    Superb , enjoying watching

    Crying out for youtube !

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    There are tones of stuff I want pinned...I loose things and am unable to find them again. BUMMER...

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