Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Wed Feb 25 18:01:35 CST 2004
Yeah, I agree about the pain it is reading them that way. But that is
why I 'paid' for a written copy. Which might be coming any day now. ;-)
But also, as the old saying goes "What do ya want for nothin!"
That said, I too would like a text version.
Then I can have my computer read them to me while I am coding. I used
to do this with SuperCard.
Never underestimate the power of subliminal reading.
I hope there is an export app available.
On Feb 25, 2004, at 3:39 PM, A.C.T. wrote:
> Moin, Thomas,
>> You can buy a printed manual from REV or you can buy a book from Don
> All I want to do is print out the manual that I already have here,
> included in the Revolution application. I cannot deal with the very
> very small windows displaying one or two sentences and having to click
> with the mouse 30 times a minute just to read the next paragraph, I
> tend to not use the mouse at all if possible. All I want is the text
> of this manual in a STANDARD format (plain text, rtf, TeX, HTML, PDF,
> whatever) - all I want to do is giving Transcript a chance: I want to
> learn it - the usual way by reading a usual document.
> I have no problem with BUYING Don Shafers book as soon as I have
> decided to BUY the application it describes! But please forgive if I
> tend to do things in a seemingly more logical way :-)
> Marc Albrecht
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