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  • WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

    For those that won't be at the show this year , this is a great opportunity to catch some highlights.

    WhatTheyThink.com today announced the opportunity for industry professionals to attend a free printing industry educational webinar conducted in partnership with NAPL. Graph Expo Post-Show Review, led by industry experts Barbara A. Pellow, Director of the Business Development and Custom Communications Services for InfoTrends. Pellow will be joined by Ray Prince, NAPL Vice President, Senior Consultant, Operations Management, and Jim Hamilton, Group Director of InfoTrends’ On Demand Printing & Publishing, Jetting Technology Opportunities, and Wide Format Printing Consulting Services. Sponsored by EFI, the program will be held Wednesday, September 19th, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm EDT (-4 GMT).

    No-charge registration is available at this special Internet page

    http://members.whattheythink.com/hom...rationform.cfm

    Read more here:
    http://members.whattheythink.com/home/wttnews070910.cfm

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    Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

    Just a reminder that this free webinar is coming up on Wednesday.

    You can register here:
    http://members.whattheythink.com/hom...rationform.cfm

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      Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

      How about something for Mac (computers that are actually used in graphic arts) users that is using Quicktime?

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        Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

        I'm on a mac. Most all of WTT uses macs. Webinars are viewable on a mac. I have used both Safari with Real Player as well as Firefox.

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          Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

          What if I don't want to use RealPlayer? Do I have to be forced to get and use RP?

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          • #6
            Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

            of course you're not forced to...

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            • #7
              Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

              Yes I am . Why don't you next time make sure it works with QuickTime?

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                Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

                Have you tried an archive to see if it works? I just tried with Safari and Firefox and both Real and WMP works fine. With the current webinar solution, Quicktime is not supported. Try this and let me know what happens:

                http://members.whattheythink.com/Web....cfm?ID=119968

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                • #9
                  Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

                  Nothing happens just my screen blinks as I click on the link, speaker icons for WMP or RP. I don't have either one loaded on my Mac. I watched many webinars before w/o RP or WMP. I guess they were using java...

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                    Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

                    you need to have WMP or RP installed in order to view the webinars.

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                      Re: WTT and NAPL to Conduct Unique Post-Show Webinar Following Graph Expo

                      No. Thanks.

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