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Fan in training

One problem and many thoughts................


I am a very new (1 day) to ocPortal.

First of all thanks to all those that have contributed to what appears to be a very comprehensive & professional CMS solution. The online tutorials and documentation look great.

1) Problem - When trying to watch any of the Quicktime training videos the initial 50% plays OK then the download "stops". If i try to refresh (after waiting 2-5 mins) the video starts downloading again from the start and stops at a similar place). I have tried 5 different videos all have same problem (on my two PCs). Any thoughts on how to fix?

2) Thoughts & Suggestions:
a) Can I download directly the videos ( I can t see how to do this)?
b) I see an old (2008) download for all online help for local/offline install - is there any plan to do the same for the latest version?
c) Is there a PDF book or similar on ocPortal (i.e. all the online documants put into one downloadable PDF file) - I still like to print out manuals and read offline.


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You can also find the video tutorials on Youtube:
YouTube - ocportal

We don't keep the documentation download up-to-date or package up alternate versions I'm afraid.

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Fan in training

Hi Chris

Thanks for the quick answer….and on a Saturday too.

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