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  • Solo Strings manual update

    Hi,

    there's a new version of the Solo Strings mapping documentation online in the user area at http://www.vsl.co.at/en-us/68/375/241.vsl">http://www.vsl.co.at/en-us/68/375/241.vsl.

    The update mainly concerns velocity mapping information (which by and by I'll include in the other Collections' documentation, too) and a few corrections.

    Have fun,
    David
    VSL Manuals

  • Hi, Thanks for the update. Is there a way to either print out or save these manuals as a PDF. When I try I just get the page I am on and not the complete document. Cheers.

  • chris, this simply depends on your browser and plugin settings (possible dialog options are open, save or nothing and performing the default option)

    you can force a download by rightclicking the link and select *save target as* or wirh a 1-button mouse holding down the CTRL-key when clicking on the link.
    christian

    and remember: only a CRAY can run an endless loop in just three seconds.
  • Many thanks. Switched from Safari to Internet Explorer and everything is tickity-boo. Thanks again.

  • AFAIR on the mac you can also hold down the mousebutton instead of just clicking on a link until a context-menu appears which should also give you several options (open, save, open in new window, ect)
    christian

    and remember: only a CRAY can run an endless loop in just three seconds.
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    @Another User said:

    on the mac you can also hold down the mousebutton instead of just clicking on a link until a context-menu appears

    Sadly, this does not work with Safari. However, if you hold <ctrl> and click-hold on a link, this contextual menu does appear.
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    David, thanks for that. Is there a manual for Saxophones to download?