Re: Michael, Daf, & Aiden's Presentation on the Missing Link!
- It's my pleasure Michael, but I wonder if you will be able to view
the pages as well.And I wonder if any of you fellow webheads have
managed to view the pages projected on alado file while lsitening to
the recorded voice of presenters on that page I created? I
personally managed to listen to the recording, but couldn't see any
pages on the linked Alado file.I understood that we can publish an
alado file including voice and projected pages during a
presentation.Is this right or am I wrong? Kindly advise anyone.
Michael Coghlan <michaelc@c...> wrote:
> Thanks for putting this page up Buth. It looks great. I didn't trythe
> recording because it would be a bit slow from this hotelconnection.
> - Michael C.
> At 02:00 AM 6/29/2003 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hello Webheads,
> >Because the voice presentation by michael, in Hawaii, Aiden in
> >Tiwan, and Daf in Spain was so impressive and very well done,I
> >created a page to show some screenshots and added the recording
> >from Alado.net. i'm not sure if the voice file work, but you canhtm
> >check.It's a wma file.I have added some comments above each screen
> >shot, in case you the voice file doesn't work.Please go to the
> >following URL to see the page:
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- Hi all - and particularly Buth who did the recording and made a fine
homepage for the Hawaii presentation with Michael Aiden, Daf and
I enjoyed listening with no major problems, and was able to
understand almost everything said by Michael, Aiden and Daf (thanks
to Daf for speaking so distinctly and slow :-). And I enjoyed the
thought provoking questions from the audience, one asking for visual
clues. But then, it came to Jonathan's presentation and a homepage
was projected to my own computer (see URL below) - and my listening
pleasure was disrupted. It was too late in the evening for me to get
back and find out how to override this bug, or whatever you would
call it, in teh recording player. And, after all, I had the PPT
instead, so I got an idea of Jonathan's message anyway. See it at:
Any other experiences?