Does anyone know of any good training providers anywhere in the world? I know some of you might suggest online training such as through Lynda.com tutorials but i’d prefer something more hands-on.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Wow, really like that idea; never saw this before. Could be useful on my next item
Yea, i found it quite useful for a project i was working on. That’s when i discovered that it doesn’t work too well when used on an iPad which is why i was looking for some alternative.
I might have to get my hands dirty and try fix it to work as it seems there’s nothing else available.
You might want to have a look at the 2.0 version of FlippingBook Publisher. It has support for iPhone/iPad and other mobile devices.
A double tap zooms the image in, single tap brings up controls (only next/prev arrows and a page title though, no print etc.)
The basic version which includes mobile support will cost you 199 EURO but if you’re going to be using this for more than one project it might be worth the cash.
I think what haicamon is trying to say is how will a seller know that a buyer is not using a single license item for multiple sites/resale items rather than buying an extended license.
Could be wrong.
Judging from the amount of sales she’s probably just overwhelmed with support questions. Have some patience, she’ll get back to you sooner or later . Try reading through the comments or FAQ ’s in the meantime as those usually hold some answers to a few questions that buyers may have had in the past.
I would probably open a dispute case through PayPal. If you have the proof that you’ve ordered from them in the past and the product was delivered then that should be enough. More so the fact that their system allowed you to “check-out” even though they won’t deliver to your country.
I wouldn’t worry about getting any sort of negative feedback or account closure from PayPal’s side but it might take some time to resolve the issue and get your refund so be prepared to wait.
I think qTranslate is probably your best bet:
But there are plenty more if you just take the time to search for them:
Whoah! A lion headed rabbit?? Never heard of that. Do all three of them get along?
Prince (the lionhead rabbit) lives with me in my apartment. The other two live at my folks place a few hours away so i see them on the weekends.
Garfield and snoopy (original names, i know!) get along just fine believe it or not. Snoopy tends to harrass her a bit but he just loves to play
Lionheads are awesome, everyone who sees him thinks at first glace that he’s a dog or a cat lol. You can actually get some breeds that are just pure fur balls and look nothing like a rabbit at all. Check out some of the breeds here: http://bit.ly/dEisfh