GLX2

Jerry Daniels jerry.daniels at me.com
Tue Dec 1 00:44:26 EST 2009


Bob, et al...

I'm proud to say that tRev is very well documented. Some folks are  
under the illusion that you have to sit and watch video after video in  
order to figure out how to use it. This is simply not true.

tRev Documentation comes in three forms:

1. A Windows and a Mac shortcuts PDF.
2. A Quickstart PDF document.
3. A FAQ page.

These documents are updated as features are added. The Quickstart PDF  
has everything in it.

Links to all three of these forms of documentation are displayed on  
the right side of the tRev site as you enter:

     http://reveditor.com

New users get links to all this in their email with their reg code.

You don't have to read posts to figure out how tRev works. Links to  
the docs listed above are prominent. Explanations abound, are  
consolidated, and come in a format for everyone: visual, text, video,  
etc.

Add basic properties to a script? Look at your menubar. Under Edit.  
Last item.

Basic properties is also on the shortcuts PDF.

How to add basic properties is also in the quickstart PDF.

There are three posts with screens, text and video showing how to use  
raptor handlers to add basic and custom properties to your scripts.  
How did I find them? I entered "basic properties" into the search  
field on the right side of the open page of the site.

Hope that helps.

Best,

Jerry Daniels

The latest Rev Editor Video:
http://reveditor.com/feature-friday-drag-n-drop-stacks-0


On Nov 30, 2009, at 10:12 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:

> Hey! I purchased both! Do I get a refund?? J/K you deserve the bonus  
> for the outstanding work you've done. It would be nice to see a full  
> hotkey list somewhere though. I saw a Feature Friday that showed how  
> to add basic properties to an objects script, but  I forgot how!
>
> Bob
>
>
> On Nov 30, 2009, at 12:35 PM, Jerry Daniels wrote:
>




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