Re: [76attendees] realtime scripting...

Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@google.com> Thu, 12 November 2009 09:59 UTC

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2009/11/12 Samuel Weiler <weiler@watson.org>;:
>
> I do.  I find it easier to assimilate the presentation when I have the
> option to go back and reread the bit that I wasn't paying enough attention
> to or which confused me.  Accordingly, more lines of history shown on the
> screen would be better.
>
Besides, it'd be great if the word processor can be set to not show
page breaks or at least not render them as lots of vertical
whitespace. At least I assume that's what happens right now every
"few" lines. :-/

The transcript is fantastic. I have little problems following the
accents but it's a great way to catch up after one of my many moments
of mind-absence. :-)


Wilmer.