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On Tue, 2010-12-28 at 00:32 -0500, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 2010-12-27 11:36, drew a écrit :

Try downloading it again

I've slowed it down and altered the opening slightly..

Alright - uploaded new file  - the second screen, the NDM title, got
rather clobbered time wise..ooops *smile* - but take a look at the text
sections - I've added more time again and removed most of the space
between. (perhaps a tad too much..but not a problem, can always put a
bit back on the final cut)

Tweaked the opening section (the tdf logo).

Did not change the CC3/Trademark closing screen, but added .5 seconds of
blank screen before it now, IMO, it takes a bit of the jerkiness out of

Anyway - the issue here is the text display speed.



Hi Drew:

Thanks for the improvements. I don't know if it is just me, but I would 
expect a person would be able to read comfortably the sentences on each 
slide before they disappear. This, I imagine, would be the ultimate 
test. There just does not seem to be any way for me to read any of the 
slides out loud before they disappear. Otherwise, the message is lost 
and the only valid page then becomes the final Manifesto page, which 
once again is quite long and disappears before one can read it out loud 
in its entirety.

Maybe I my system is replaying the file back at a different speed?


Nope, not just you on that - I've slowed it down even further - just
adding a little touch and will put new file(s) right up to the server,




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