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Andrew Shaw       
48 days ago

None of the videos in Access Beginner 3 have times associated with them.  If I leave the site and come back later it can get confusing to figure out where I left off.  There are not titles on the videos either, so that time is crucial.  Thanks!
Sami Shamma              
48 days ago
I just tested it and it works fine. Try another browser. Are you watching it on the site or YouTube?

You can always use bookmarks. Wherever you want to leave off or want to come back to a certain point, click on the bookmark under the video. Then you can find them in the bookmark tab on top.
Richard Rost             
48 days ago
Andrew, I'm not sure what you mean. Can you show me a screenshot? All of the videos have time and titles. And like Sami said, you can use Bookmarks to mark your spots - and one is created for you automatically based on the last video you watched.
Andrew Shaw       
47 days ago

Andrew Shaw       
47 days ago

Andrew Shaw       
47 days ago
For the record, I love the videos.  I'm just whining.  I watch these between two computers and my apparently my phone too.  On a list of to-do's this should be about 100,001.  :)
Alex Hedley             
47 days ago
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Adam Schwanz             
47 days ago
I don't see times on beginner 3 to developer 1 that I've looked at, I see them on beginner 1&2 and developer 44, so I'm guessing something got changed that removed the times during an update at some point with current videos, and only new/remade videos have times? I looked at using firefox and chrome
Richard Rost             
46 days ago
Oh, yes, I see what you're talking about now. So all of my older videos, which is basically everything recorded before Developer 14, were imported from my old theater system. I did not have time for those in the file names or descriptions, so I would have to go back through and add them for all of those videos by hand, which is not something I'm going to do. Sorry LOL. I did start adding the times with Developer 14 and on, and that's why Beginner 1 and 2 have them because I recently re-recorded those. I could probably write a program to automatically add them all, but it would be a lot of work. And, since to be quite honest, Andrew, you're the only person in the past 10 years or so that has asked for that, your wheel is just not squeaky enough by itself for me to give it that much grease. LOL
Richard Rost             
46 days ago
But if you use the fantastic Bookmarks feature, then you'll be able to see exactly where you left off, and if you want to set manual bookmarks for your favorite spots in the videos, you can do that as well. The site will automatically create a bookmark for you (the AUTO one) as you watch videos, so you always will be able to return to exactly where you left off. You know, like when Netflix says, "do you want to finish watching..."
Richard Rost             
46 days ago

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