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favorite tutorials 09 Mar 2015 15:10 #128212

  • Tribblemom
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Sorry the hearts are gone. However, you can search both shows and classes for specific topics. Put your mouse on either "Watch" or "Learn" at the top of the screen. A pop up menu will appear - select Search. A list of shows or classes will come up and at the top of the list on the right side is a space to type in what you are searching for. When the show or class you are looking for comes up, notice the time mark in the right hand column that tells you at what point the topic you want appears in the video. Click to view the video and then slide the time bar to the point you want to view.

I recently notified John that the search engine has not been updated to include the most recent series, so we will be working on updating that.

Kathy
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favorite tutorials 09 Mar 2015 13:22 #128204

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Great question. I also liked the use of the "Favorites Heart," and wonder where they went. Any possibility of finding them again? They were a wonderful way to navigate all the great information on this site.

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favorite tutorials 09 Mar 2015 08:51 #128195

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I was able to mark my favorite tutorials with a heart. This made it very easy to return and view them again and again. What happened to this system? Are my favorites still available or do I have to search them all out again? Since changing the appearance of the thequiltshow.com I am still trying to navigate around the new layout.
Last Edit: 09 Mar 2015 08:53 by geob6. Reason: spelling error
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