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Old March 10th, 2010, 04:26 AM
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Default Beginning OS X Snow Leopard Programming

As there is no dedicated forum, I assume this is the best place to post this.


I tried over the form to submit this errata, but the form said a required field was missing, despite all fields being full. Anyway....

Beginning OS X Snow Leopard Programming
ISBN 978-0-470-57752-3
Page 5 point 5. "Export a slideshow as ....."

The neither the compiled or the compilable example program have an export facility.
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Have submitted this to errata and just got confirmation of submission. Will post when I get further response.
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Thanks. Strange I couldnt submit it. Maybe the site doesnt like Mac and Safari!
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Response:

Per editorial, upon further investigation:

>>This is a remnant from an earlier printing. We cut the Export to Quicktime portion of the book out to make room. It was a late decision, and apparently we missed this reference to it in the first chapter. Step 5 should be removed, step 6 should become step 5.<<

We apologize for this confusion.

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Will see if this can be added to the errata page...
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...Cd-ERRATA.html
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Hmm...I've just spent 5 mins raising the same issue. Wish someone would get on and add this to the errata page (and wish I'd looked here first)
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Lightbulb About the export to Quicitime

Wouldn't it be nice that instead of an errata, you would actually fix it and add the function to Slide Master.

Right now it doesn't master much
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