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Gregory Clancey      
6 months ago
I'm at Expert 11 and making a slow, thorough crawl through to the last of the full roster and, by the way, am completely enjoying the experience.

I was curious, however: do your lesson videos (viewed streaming online within the course framework) enable any keyboard shortcuts? For example, a key combo to pause the narrative and allow for a quick interval for me to nip off and try some newly revealed secret in my own practice DB; and then, some way to likewise restart the lesson video upon flipping back from my intrepid recess?

I want to keep such new knowledge burning brightly as I bring it to my own code and, I fear, fiddling with the mouse (stylus, actually) often scrambles the spark and compromises the moment.
Adam Schwanz             
6 months ago
These are the ones I'm aware of, note that sometimes you have to click inside the video a second time to get the focus moved there it seems like.

Left Arrow/Right Arrow goes backwards/forwards 5 sec
Up Arrow/Down Arrow turns volume up/down
Space Bar pauses/resumes

If you download the videos and watch on whatever local media player you have on your PC, there are probably a lot more.
Adam Schwanz             
6 months ago
Also Ctrl+Left or Right Arrow skips a larger chunk, Ctrl + Up/Down max/mutes the sound
Home Key starts the video over, End Key goes to the end of the video
Gregory Clancey      
6 months ago
Thanks, Adam.

I don't know why, but [SPACEBAR] is not pausing the videos. In fact, if I'm viewing the lesson video in anything other than full-screen view, I get this distracting entire window scroll, which makes me jump like a startled, sleeping house cat. I think I'll try your download approach if the goal proves urgent enough for me.

I've avoided this because I'm old fashion and put a very high price on Rich's authorship of his intellectual property. I would never distribute such a download, of course, but have always felt a greater sense that I'm traveling the high road by shunning any such "near opportunity." But, since nobody else seems to, I guess I'll just have to trust myself!

Thanks for the snap response.

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