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Cannot find the Site Sculptor Documentation

Thread began 6/07/2010 8:28 pm by TheCore | Last modified 6/16/2010 8:45 am by TheCore | 1016 views | 4 replies |

TheCore

Cannot find the Site Sculptor Documentation

I cant find any (ANY) kind of help/documentation for Site Sculptor. When I try the Help option in the WebAssist help-menu I get a warning from Flash-player that it's trying to connect to a local file - over- internet (thats funny), and a lot of other rubbish. Of course, it could be a CS5-bug.
In my online download center at WA I find zero documentation. Is this a kind of "Microsoft's call-your-friends-to-get-help-approach"? Or, is the help documentation not ready yet? Is it me?

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Neil Beadle

Documentation for all WebAssist products can be found on the support page of our website support. Choose the product you are working with to see the available resources.

You should be able to load the built-in help documentation without any issues. It sounds like there may be an issue with your Flash Player settings in whatever browser you are using. On the support page for Site Sculptor there is a link to Built-in Help on the right hand side. This loads the same documentation and may work from there. If not, i'd suggest looking into your Flash Player settings or trying a different browser.

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segalmedia367166

gsg for site sculptor

I wanted to print off the gsg, I went to the support page, I clicked on the pdf link - it appears to be broken. Can you fix this link. point me to another place on your site to access it, or e-mail me the file?

Thanks,

Lisa

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Larry

I just tried and yes, the link to print the GSG is broken, please fix it.

Larry

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TheCore

Originally Said By: Neil Beadle
  If not, i'd suggest looking into your Flash Player settings or trying a different browser.  



Turned out to be a Flash Player setting issue. Flash Player don't have any setting options locally on my comp, so I had to turn to the online Flash Player Setting Manager at: settings_manager02.html

That fixed the problem. All fine now. Tnx!

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