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    Question Adding Data to DVD, Ecore CS4

    How do you add a data folder to Encore CS4 project? I cannot find a disc tab which is where it was located in CS3.

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    page 167 of the online PDF manual mate

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    To specify the location of the ROM content to include with the project, do one of the following:

    Choose File
    > Select DVD-ROM Folder. Navigate to the folder containing the ROM files and click OK.

    Choose Window
    > Build, select DVD from the Format menu, and in the DVD-ROM Content section, click Browse. Navigate to the folder containing the ROM files and click OK. (This setting also applies to Blu-ray projects.)
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    Choose File
    > Save to save the setting with your project.

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    Hey Alan- thank you very much. I actually found where I was making my silly blunder. When in the Build Tab of Encore I forgot that I had to SCROLLL DOWWWWN. I wasn't realizing that I was "in Kansas all the time"!

    Thanks again. I'm a new forum user and I'll be back. Hopefully I'll be able to help!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricksullivan View Post
    I wasn't realizing that I was "in Kansas all the time"!
    Nice one centureon - nice one! I migth use that line mysefl one day. lol.

    Glad you got it.

    As a side note have you foudn and downloaded all the online manuals yet? PM me if you can't find them. Damn nuisance them not being included anymore.

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    Default CS4 Manuals Online

    I would love to have a link to the CS4 manuals online if you have one. I miss the index that was easy and automatic to find in previous editions when you clicked on help in the CS3 and CS2 and others. Now I end up being delivered to Lynda.com videos that I would love to have free access to but don't.

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    OK, not a single link to all manuals but for each app click on Help -> About XXX Help and you'll go to an Adobe web page about the tool. Top rioght of that page you'll find a link that says something like "XXX Help PDS (printable)" - where XXX is the app in question. Just rigth click on that and Save as.

    That PDF is the manual you no longer get.

    Repeat for all Adobe CS4 apps you have.

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    привет, у вас интересный форум

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    Quote Originally Posted by evideo View Post
    привет, у вас интересный форум
    That's easy for you to say!!!!!

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