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    I've tried describing these processes, particularly the timing adjustments in emails to various forum members with varied success. I've found these videos on YouTube which pretty much cover what is involved. I take no credit whatsoever for their production or content. They are posted here for information only.







    Or of course you can spend hours reading the manual and diving into the software to have a play, which is what I did.

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    You need Hyper Cam!

    http://www.hyperionics.com/

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    If I was going to do one I would probably use Camtasia. But i'm not. I don't have enough time. Maybe one day.

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    Demo of HyperCam - though I suppose you'd need a microphone on your PC...


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    To use the "L" feature: Press "L" on your keyboard to select the current point. Use the arrow keys to move to the next point you want to get to, then press "L" again. This forms a straight line between L1 and L2.

    EDIT: Whoops! I see by Video 3 you'd already learned that. You're fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeP View Post
    To use the "L" feature: Press "L" on your keyboard to select the current point. Use the arrow keys to move to the next point you want to get to, then press "L" again. This forms a straight line between L1 and L2.

    EDIT: Whoops! I see by Video 3 you'd already learned that. You're fast!
    F2 gives all the shortcuts. I'm not sure who did these videos but he covers all the basics pretty well. If and only if I get time when I do the 1250 build, I can do some that are specific to the XR though in many ways it is pointless because these videos cover it anyway

 

 

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