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I saw it last night in 3D and I thought it was fantastic. So much so that I want to see it again. I enjoyed the story and the characters, and the CGI was mind-melting. :P

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Here’s mine…

twitter.com/mograph_mills

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Congratulations kramz!

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For DVDs, ImageBurn or PowerISO.
For CDs, EAC .

Go to forum.doom9.org for the best DVD burning advice.

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This is slightly off-topic but I have to vent. I’m at college and the computers we use have IE6 on them, to get around a problem with the online learning resources (something to do with certification). No tabs, no bookmarks toolbar, no spellcheck… it’s hellish.

I assume they still have USB ports somewhere accessible so why not use Firefox portable? http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable

Just put it on a USB flash drive and you’ll have FF with you all the time. :-)

Unfortunately, we’re not allowed to use or install any software that isn’t already on the system. I’m not sure if this would include FF portable, but I’ll find out.

Thanks for the suggestion and link :)

EDIT : Also, FF is already installed on the system I use, but it doesn’t work.
if your at college then you’ll have to alter the connection settings, it probably goes through a proxy server… look at the IE6 connection settings and copy / paste ;)

I’ll give it a shot. Thanks :)

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This is slightly off-topic but I have to vent. I’m at college and the computers we use have IE6 on them, to get around a problem with the online learning resources (something to do with certification). No tabs, no bookmarks toolbar, no spellcheck… it’s hellish.

I assume they still have USB ports somewhere accessible so why not use Firefox portable? http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable

Just put it on a USB flash drive and you’ll have FF with you all the time. :-)

Unfortunately, we’re not allowed to use or install any software that isn’t already on the system. I’m not sure if this would include FF portable, but I’ll find out.

Thanks for the suggestion and link :)

EDIT : Also, FF is already installed on the system I use, but it doesn’t work.

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Good idea, but I’d like to know if this could be done if your preview included, for example, an audio track that is only allowed to be used with the preview?

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This is slightly off-topic but I have to vent. I’m at college and the computers we use have IE6 on them, to get around a problem with the online learning resources (something to do with certification).

No tabs, no bookmarks toolbar, no spellcheck… it’s hellish.

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IMHO , non-exclusive should be set at around 40% and exclusive should start at 50% and end at 75%.

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What felt said.

I’d far rather see a lot of ‘under-the-hood’ changes to improve the speed and functionality of AE than any tacked-on ‘features’.

A 64 -bit version would be nice too :)

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