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Re: Issue #187 - Countdown Clocks for Stories... 2/9/2008 2:50:32 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi Papajohn, I received your Newsletter regarding the countdown clocks (Which I believe is #188) and am having trouble downloading the teplates. I'm using IE 7/Vista with OL 2007 as my email program. When I left click on one of the templates, I get "Page Can't be found" error. If I right click on the link, Copy is grayed out, and I don't get the familar Save Target as... choice. All I see is Select, Open, & Copy Hyperlink choices. I thought I knew how to do this kind of stuff. What am ...

Re: Issue #187 - Countdown Clocks for Stories... 2/10/2008 5:57:39 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi PapaJohn, It's me again. The Zip files worked great. Thanks. Followed your instructions and everything was where it should be in Vista. But, as you point out, trying to save over the image in the temp file is problematic. You state: "I got past it by my usual hacking around in the security settings". Have you discussed this in one of your newsletters, web sites etc? Could you give me a hint as to how to get started in Vista? My superficial hacking has not been successful. If the hacks ...

Re: Issue #187 - Countdown Clocks for Stories... 2/11/2008 1:07:16 PM   (Total replies: 1)
PapaJohn, I got around the Vista security I think by running PS 3 as an administrator. However, Photoshop Elements would still not save the edited images into the open program temp folder. So, I saved them in another folder and then was able to drag/drop them using Windows Explorer. I had not tried this exact technique before (drag/drop), but I am assuming that running the program as an administrator was the key. At ay rate I was able to customize the template. Pretty neat opening for ...

Re: Costly 'Newsletters' are Changing... to Free 'Articles' 4/4/2008 4:45:41 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi Papajohn, First, let me say how much I have enjoyed your newsletter and that I hate to see it go. But I totally understand your reasoning. What I am trying to figure out now, is where is the best place for me to routinely monitor to see your latest words of wisdom? Is it in this thread/forum, your web site, or Bright Hub? You spoiled us. We just had to sit back and wait for your newsletter to come on Fridays and then follow whatever links were provided. :-) I'm looking forward ...

MM 2.6 On Win 7- Can't Import Video Clips into Single Collection 12/31/2009 9:38:45 PM   (Total replies: 1)
I am running 64-bit Win 7 and using MM 2.6. When I try to import a video .avi clip or multiple clips into a collection, each video clip makes a subfolder beneath the Collection with the name of the subfolder the clip filename. I've never see this before. Yes, its been awhile since I have used MM with video clips, but I sure don't remember this happening before. Anyone know what's going on? TIA

Re: MM 2.6 On Win 7- Can't Import Video Clips into Single Collection 1/1/2010 12:19:39 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Thanks for the prompt reply. At least now I can wake up tomorrow and start 2010 off with having learned something. :-) Is this behavior as designed? It seems very strange to me. Happy New Year! Don S.

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