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Help, Suggestions, Future of The D-Word

Difficulties with The D-Word? If you can't find the right answers on our Help page, please post in this topic. Ideas for future D-Word releases or projects can be posted here as well.

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James Longley
Thu 10 Feb 2011Link

Am I the only person who is seeing all the D-word topics in a big alphabetical list now?


John Burgan
Thu 10 Feb 2011Link

Working here – you can organise by category, posting date or Topic Name – click at the top underneath Discussion Topics


James Longley
Sat 12 Feb 2011Link

oh thanks – I didn't even realize those options were up there. Must have clicked it by mistake with my crazy iPad.


Craig Schneider
Sat 26 Feb 2011Link

Hi, where can I find information on d-word on making a master DVD using Compressor and iDVD? I don't think my Quicktime file to iDVD workflow is yielding the highest quality HD product for replication. I feel like I've lost something in the output, but I can't be sure. Thanks.


James Longley
Sat 26 Feb 2011Link

You can ask that question, but I would suggest asking it in the Final Cut Pro topic, which seems to be where the Apple software post-production questions end up. This topic is for silly people like me who can't figure out how to navigate this extremely well-designed website.


Catherine Stratton
Sun 6 Mar 2011Link

Okay, please don't judge me but I cannot figure out how to join the d-word facebook page – can someone please help me? I've used FB help but their directions don't seem to apply since I can't find the icons they refer to one your page.


John Burgan
Sun 6 Mar 2011Link

As long as you are logged into FB, you just need to click on the "like" button just to the right of "The D-Word"

Edited Sun 6 Mar 2011 by John Burgan

Jo-Anne Velin
Sun 20 Mar 2011Link

to move a discussion from one topic to another, linking between topics in other words, how does one do this with a track pad on a powerbook? The instructions say 'right click to copy', but with the track pad? Thanks.


Ben Kempas
Sun 20 Mar 2011Link Tag

Like on any mac, hold down the Control key and click.

Even this PC guy knows that! ;-)


Jo-Anne Velin
Sun 20 Mar 2011Link

Ben, I NEVER use the right click on the mac. thanks.


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