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What do you prefer

  • A redirect link, that opens up a file without having to download it?

    Votes: 9 100.0%
  • A file that you have to download before going through the file?

    Votes: 0 0.0%

Manuals section

2658 Views 7 Replies 7 Participants Last post by  curtisfox
Hi everyone,

Firstly, the manuals are all up and back where they belong, but I do want to solicit some opinions,,
So, I've added a poll to this thread and looking for your responses. Both sections here take you to the same manual.

This is a redirect, M9 & N9 Op Manual 9-51134_watermarked.pdf

This is a file you download,


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Compared to a real computer my chromebook has somewhat limited memory, the more I load on it the slower it gets and more malfunctions requiring restarts. So I voted for the first one.

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Either works fine for me. I do get Gordy's concern though.
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I’m with Gordy. First one. Thank Lionel for doing all that work. :)

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I picked the first too. I use my phone or tablet for all my forum needs. We actually all internet things. Rarely do I ever go to Adobe to find downloaded files ive stored. I dont have seperate folders for everything ive downloaded. I just go to the forum library. When I find what I'm looking for most of the time it asks me to download again or to just go to my downloaded copy. I've printed off the main parts manuals I've needed and added them to my collection of manuals I already have.

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The redirect link works me Lionel. If that best helps everyone I vote for the redirect link.
Thanks everyone for voting,
I think, everyone prefers redirects, so I'll make sure they are all available over the weekend,,
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Thank you for taking all the time to do this, and getting it right. ...........Curt
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