running the Player
charles.hartman at conncoll.edu
Sun Aug 14 13:07:09 CDT 2005
That is not what happens when I click the DC Player on my PowerBook
running Tiger. Maybe something is strange about my system, but I
don't think so, and the Player app obviously works (is not
corrupted.) So we seem to have *both* bad behavior (on my PB) and
As for control-clicking etc, I don't trust my users to do that much.
I also want if possible to have pretty nearly identical instructions
for Mac and Windows users. I'll have to play around with both
configurations, when I get to the Windows machine I test on.
Thanks for the info.
On Aug 14, 2005, at 1:02 PM, Douglas Gilliland wrote:
> When I click on the DC Player (on my PowerBook running Tiger) I get
> the revOnline Viewer which enables one to navigate to the stack.
> Instead of opening the player, I hide the player and have my students
> double-click on the stack to open it.
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