mparis at nc.rr.com
Sat Aug 24 13:14:01 EDT 2002
Well, in April I put up this forum, which got little posting, though I only
mentioned it once to the list. But it is definitely geared towards newbies,
and it would be great to see some tutorials posted to it. And if some
Revmasters out there would care to peruse it, newbies could post questions
there as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Judy Perry" <jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu>
To: <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 24, 2002 10:12 AM
Subject: Re: Newbies
> As a newbie (defined as not extensive experience despite having had and
> used it periodically for more than a year, possibly two), I have to wonder
> if what this will result in will be a convenient means of filtering out
> queries people simply don't want to be bothered with but don't want to
> look bad by saying so.
> I have myself received polite assistance on such stupid questions as "how
> the #*^%#! do I get sound into my stack?" -- something which, along with
> file types allowed, I could not find in the documentation.
> It would be sad, as well as inappropriate, for these requests for
> assistance to instead be answered by the friendly folks on the Hypercard
> Judy Perry
> > A 22:11 +0200 le 23/08/02, Ryno a écrit :
> > >Somebody recently suggested a special forum for less experienced
> > >users of Rev. This list would of course be best, as long as we feel
> > >that it is OK to ask basic questions, and knowing that we would not
> > >be a bother. Ah, but what if we should offer bad advice to each
> > >other? Maybe we could identify our subject line with an asterisk or
> > >"novice" or something.
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