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Video Creations / Re: Grayshott Pottery
« Last post by Albert Ross on Today at 09:40:05 AM »
Before the delights of mobile phones were invented nobody that I knew ever took a photo of themselves, simply because there was no way of looking through the viewfinder to frame the shot, and even if they had pull out screens the camera needed to be held in both hands which meant you couldn't get the camera enough distance away.

I think we are at cross purposes Eric, when you said " It's not just modern cameras?" I assumed that you meant by that cameras that were manufactured before the invention of mobile phones,
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Video Creations / Re: Grayshott Pottery
« Last post by ericlnz on Today at 01:24:38 AM »
But surely Albert all cameras can take selfies.  It's not just modern cameras?


I assume you are talking about using a timer delay? That would need something like a tripod to keep the camera from moving, and not so convenient as holding it in the hand and pressing the shutter release.

My stills camera does not have a timer delay function, but then again it is over 40 years old and it does not require a battery to run it...

No, selfies to me are just folk holding their camera out in front pointing at themselves.  Often the picture includes the background to show where they are.  Usually the camera is a phone and that is where the practice started.  Plus you have Selfie Sticks which enable the camera (phone) to be held further away.  Possibly you need a delayed timer with these.  Don't you see Selfie Sticks in UK?  It's mainly folk from Asia who seem to love them so perhaps you don't.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selfie
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Video Creations / Re: Grayshott Pottery
« Last post by Albert Ross on Yesterday at 11:53:13 PM »
But surely Albert all cameras can take selfies.  It's not just modern cameras?


I assume you are talking about using a timer delay? That would need something like a tripod to keep the camera from moving, and not so convenient as holding it in the hand and pressing the shutter release.

My stills camera does not have a timer delay function, but then again it is over 40 years old and it does not require a battery to run it...
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Video Creations / Re: Grayshott Pottery
« Last post by ericlnz on Yesterday at 11:30:30 PM »
But surely Albert all cameras can take selfies.  It's not just modern cameras?

Nice A/V John but to me why use stills?  Video shots would have been more effective as people talk and move and the pottery machinery is seen in action not frozen.

A few years ago I thought of getting back into AVs and tried and purchased ProShow Gold.  Eventually I didn't go into AVs and didn't use ProShow Gold for anything serious.  But it was interesting as it had a different approach to a video editor.  A learning curve yes but probably more suited for AVs or slideshows than using a video editor.
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That's it. No hurry.  As time permits.  Even if Pablo fixed it tomorrow, it would be months before I would get the "fix" in a 90SWB update. Thanks for confirming it.

It was also interesting to me that when the "paste" takes place, what seems to get selected is the pasted item.  If you look in the Object Manager panel, your pasted object will be selected.  However, if you then drag that pasted copy, what you are dragging, and what is actually selected is the source item.  The focus instantly switches to the source object.  Again...not at all as expected. 
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90 Second Website Builder / Re: Bug-Improvement Reporting -- Separate Channels
« Last post by tomH on Yesterday at 11:08:23 PM »
I will look at it Lon, not sure if I can complete it this evening though. A quick test did prove that a copied/pasted object did end up in Object Manager limbo until I dragged  it into place despite it visually appearing on the (green) layer.
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That's terrific.  Can you see if you can duplicate my finding here? If you can, would you ask if it's expected behavior? Sure doesn't seem like it to me.

Thanks.
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90 Second Website Builder / Re: Bug-Improvement Reporting -- Separate Channels
« Last post by tomH on Yesterday at 08:59:05 PM »
 Got my copy of WWB 12 from Pablo and have registered on that forum, so I can report bugs and suggestions about the product to Pablo for board members.
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WebPlus / Re: WPX8 - not publising to web?
« Last post by Mick on Yesterday at 07:41:45 PM »
Sandy, if you are publishing to the server using webplus, there has to be a manifest file somewhere in the default upload folder. If you are adamant there isn't one when connected to the server using the information you have for ftp access, this suggests something has changed and you are not where you are supposed to be folder wise for the site files and could be the reason you are having issues uploading.

Check with your provider for the 4 main elements for your login,  ftp address, username, password and most importantly, your site folder name. Then create a brand new ftp account in webplus as the original may have some form of malfunction and often editing an existing account in the ftp manager of webplus doesn't retain the changes and I find making a new one much more reliable.

See how you go with the above
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90 Second Website Builder / BLOCKS - Hero Blocks
« Last post by Lon in NWArkansas on Yesterday at 05:10:53 PM »
Here is my first attempt at a Hero Block, and perhaps this thread could be reserved ONLY for Hero Blocks, with other threads for Structure, Headers, Footers, Articles....whatever, so that we build some sort of accessible and organized library of content that can be shared and easily found.

There are two files that always are created by a WWB or 90SWB project....the actual .wbs file, along with an image file that the .wbs file will always be looking for. The .wbs file and the image are attached here. If you already have the software, here's the recipe for making this work:

In your existing WYSIWYG folder, or in one you create, do the following:
- store the attached .wbs file in that folder
- create a new folder (within that same folder) with the identical name as the .wbs file, and store the image that is also attached here
- open your WYSIWYG program, and then FILE > OPEN, and browse to the .wbs file that you just downloaded
- instructions for swapping out the contained image are in NOTES in the file (won't show in preview)
- instructions for saving as a BLOCK are also in notes in the file (won't show in preview)

NOTE:  This .wbs file was created in 90SWB, v 12.0.5, and will run in WWB and 90SWB, since WWB is a newer version.  However, WWB .wbs files will not run in 90SWB currently, or usually, unless versions are compatible.  90SWB will recognize it as a file created in a newer version, and will refuse to open it.

EDIT:  Forgot to add that the effect of the Hero Page can't be seen unless the .wbs file is downloaded, installed, and viewed from within 90SWB or WWB-12. The attached image is just the one that the .wbs file uses.


DEMO:  http://lpleblanc.com/testhero/ (Text is not responsive)

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