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    Quote Originally Posted by lpseifert View Post
    When I run the videos in Firefox I don't get the entire screen;
    What version of Firefox are you using? It looks OK in the latest version (3.5)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADTutor View Post
    What version of Firefox are you using? It looks OK in the latest version (3.5)
    Firefox v 3.0.13. I'll get the latest version and try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lpseifert View Post
    Firefox v 3.0.13. I'll get the latest version and try again.
    That's weird though, I also have 3.0.13 - and it looks exactly the same in Firefox as in IE
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    Quote Originally Posted by lpseifert View Post
    Firefox v 3.0.13. I'll get the latest version and try again.
    I updated to Firefox v 3.5.2, rebooted (new version of Adobe Flash Player was installed) and still get the same results. Still looks fine in IE. Must be something about my machine.

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    I'm also using Firefox 3.0.13 and thought I had the latest version... what is this 3.5.2 you speak of...?
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    CADtutor it does look great, I also have the problem of not seeing the full screen, but i also wanted to say that the speed is fine i have been helping a friend learn CAD, and when you are just learning you want someone to go slow so they don't miss anything. Thanks for the videos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post
    I'm also using Firefox 3.0.13 and thought I had the latest version... what is this 3.5.2 you speak of...?
    Here's where I found it
    http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBUG42 View Post
    ...the speed is fine i have been helping a friend learn CAD, and when you are just learning you want someone to go slow so they don't miss anything.
    Yes, it did occur to me that the experts on this forum may not be the best judges of the pace for these tutorials. I'll be testing them with my students in 6 weeks time and that may be a better test since they will not have seen AutoCAD before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADTutor View Post
    Yes, it did occur to me that the experts on this forum may not be the best judges of the pace for these tutorials. I'll be testing them with my students in 6 weeks time and that may be a better test since they will not have seen AutoCAD before.
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