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Commands and Symbols Part 2


Timothy Jenney
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This webinar [and its associated thread] covers all the stand-alone commands except fuzzy, which was covered in part 1. This includes the five connecting commands [Link, Contents, Hits, Infer and Merge], as well as the five various miscellaneous commands [Range, Count, Key, Style and Field] It also covers the "Search Back" feature available through the Resource palette.

 

Please note that we will not be able to cover all the practical applications of these commands in a single webinar. This thread would be a great place for users to share the ways in which they use those commands in their daily work. [Hint]

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After trying [for a week!] to cram all the other commands into a single webinar, it's become obvious we just can't do it. The result would have been a cursory coverage of everything, with little time for good examples or attendee questions. :(

 

So, we have decided not to cover the following commands in this webinar: Infer, Merge, Search Back. We'll defer those to [yet another!] segment in the Commands and Symbols webinar series.

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Thanks, I have never liked drinking from a fire hydrant!

Blessings in the King, Steve

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Thanks, I have never liked drinking from a fire hydrant!

Blessings in the King, Steve

 

[Chuckle] Thanks, Steve!

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I tried several times to download the keynote from this webinar, and each time the download quit before it was done downloading. At least once I was told the download was finished, but Preview could not open the file, and the file size was too small. I finally tried to use curl in Terminal. The file size at the end was right, but the file still would not open. I tried reissuing the curl command, and got this message:

 

transfer closed with outstanding read data remaining

 

Any ideas?

 

Lorinda

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Hi, Lorinda!

 

We've had several complaints about that file. We've just replaced it with another one. See if the new one works better.

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Firefox stilled choked on it about half way through. No error message, it just stopped downloading, but the file was too small and would not open.

 

The curl command in Terminal, however, picked up where Firefox left off and downloaded the rest just fine.

 

Let me know if you would like me to post the instructions for using curl. I'm too tired to do it properly tonight, but I adapted these instructions for using curl to apply to the webinar download.

 

Lorinda

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