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Joshua N Pritikin
Tue, 29 Jul 2003 16:02:55 +0530
On Tue, Jul 29, 2003 at 12:52:33AM -0500, William L. Jarrold wrote:
> Well, going from memory, when I clicked on a hyperlink about downloading
> the ISO image I got a webpage full of gobbledeegook. I assume that my
> browswer was trying to actually read the ISO image. Seeing that my
> mozilla icon was still oscillating confirmed this suspicion -- something
> as big as an ISO image would probably take a long time for to be loaded
> into a viewable browser window.
Strickly speaking that's not my fault, but I fixed it anyway.
> Here is a stream of consciousness writing intendend to give you feedback
> on how to improve the interface.
> ... it is, should be much much more prominent. Anyway, if I remember
> correctly, the Quick Start section pointed me to "3.3 Practice Exam".
> So, I went there and started following the directions.
Oh dear, this is a bit out-of-date. Let us _not_ do a practice exam
> ... I notice that Lela's lips are not sync'd too well with the
Yah, this is a problem with gstreamer (the library I use for video
playback). Improving the A/V sync is a long term goal.
> So what, not a big deal...Suddenly my attention is pulled from
> this paragraph because the video stops. The droids are on the surface of
> a planet. There is a picture of CP-30.
I'm really happy that it works. It's amazing what software can
do these days.
> Well, it is getting late. Yes, I am probably being really dumb. You have
> probably already pointed out several times what I am supposed to do, where
> I am supposed to go.
Uh, well, not really ...
> The above paragraph might help you think of improvements to the interface.
Attached is a freshly written tutorial that matches the exact content
of your CD, click-for-click. Well, hopefully. Try it out and let
me know how it works.
> Let me know if the above kind of feedback is helpful....It is certaintly
> NOT what I would send as a bug report if I were back at Cycorp, but it is
> much easier for me to write. Worst case, someone (me?) can revisit such
> stream of consciousness writings and use them to write up clearer bug
> reports/feature requests.
Well . . . let me know if the tutorial is helpful.
Victory to the Divine Mother!! after all,
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