[sib-access] Re: Back on-line

Dear Dan,
welcome back. Glad to know you didn't suffer too much from your hard drive 
crash. I'll patiently wait for what ever comes next.
Cheers,
JPR
http://myspace.com/jeanphilipperykiel

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Dan Rugman 
  To: 'Sibelius Access List' 
  Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2008 3:50 AM
  Subject: [sib-access] Back on-line



  Dear all,
   
  as you all know, I had a few technical problems recently but I'm now up and
  running again.  All it took was a new hard drive and a full windows install
  from scratch.
   
  One of the first problems I encountered was in not being able to log on to
  my pop3 email server.  Things started to get rapidly worse from there and I
  eventually determined that the cause was a failing hard drive.  Fortunately,
  I'm rather fussy about back-ups so, nothing of import was lost.
   
  It's going to take me a while to trawl through the backlog of messages but
  I'll reply to anything which hasn't been covered in other peoples replies.
  In the mean time I ask for your patience.
   
  I know that you're all wondering about the next beta version.  I was
  estimating that it would take about a week to finish beta 2 before my system
  went down.  Unfortunately things are a little busier with Christmas coming
  up and it will take a day or too to get my head back in the game.  I'd like
  to get something out in time for the new year but I can't make any promises
  so please don't get you're hopes up too much.
   
  One thing which I will be doing over the next few days is giving the website
  a full make over.  Most of the pages are already written so it's just a
  question of proof-reading and uploading them.
   
  It might seem strange to make the website a higher priority than the scripts
  themselves but we've received several support enquiries which could have
  been covered in a more detailed set of pages.  I'll be including a list of
  minimum requirements, a list of contributors, a brief overview of what
  Sibelius can do and I'll put the guide up as an on-line resource.
   
  I'm only working on the documentation for beta 2 which is significantly more
  detailed than that for beta 1.  I'll put the beta guide on-line when beta 2
  is released.  There's no point in doing it before then because there are a
  large number of small changes to JAWS messages which will cause confusion.
   
  Dan Rugman
   
  visit the new on-line resource for visually impaired musicians and home of
  Sibelius Access.
  www.musicaccess.co.uk <http://www.musicaccess.co.uk/> 
   

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