If you get an error message, just hit the back button and try again.......keep repeating this process and eventually
it will download.........
A giant thank you to Pete for his generosity
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I just had to say Thanks for all the great comments about my styles. I'm really sorry you're having trouble downloading them. I've contacted the Company that host my website and they are still looking into the problem. I will let you know if and when they find a solution. I'm working on a new website at the moment, so I hope we get this problem resolved before I upload it.
Apart from trying to get a new website together, I've had an idea for a new style. It's a Rubik's Cube that moves like a standard cube - the only problem is it needs so many images (9 with each turn). It's still on paper at the moment, but as soon as I get it into ProShow Producer, I'll let you know.
I'm very new to the world of forums, so I'm still finding my way around. Is there anywhere here I can post styles or shows? I must spend some time searching.
Thanks again. I hope I find some of you online next time I drop by.
Welcome to the forum, and also a big thanks for sharing your slide styles!
Sharing templates is encouraged, as well as appreciated. If you have a web site, which it sounds like you do, you can post messages in this section labeled "Member Web Sites" advertising your content. The only real rules are that you don't abuse the privilege by posting a lot of announcements making it come across as spam, and that you keep the promotions of your content to this area. Other than that, the members here will appreciate having access to your content.
You can post shows in the "Sample Shows & Feedback" sections of the forum, but first you must read and comply with this thread. It's a basic procedure that all members need to go through. We've had some issues in the past so this helps alleviate any future incidents.
Thanks again, and enjoy!
Tks for joining our friendly well informed forum.
I have enjoyed all your styles.
I was spending time on how to end the images before the next image comes into view. Drawing lines and squares as part of your slide styles has solved my problem. It is quite imaginative.
Your video clips on youtube are very well done.
Tks for sharing your slide styles with us.
We hope to see some exciitng ideas from you.
Now it seems majority of the styles return a 404 error? I tried redownloading them but still a 404 error, might have to try another time.
But thanks again!
New and Updated with new tutorials and tips.
I'm sorry to say that I haven't yet solved the download problem with my website. But that's not to say that I've given up. Far from it, I'm actually working on it now.
If you visit the site over the coming week (from Sat.6th March) you might find it has vanished. Don't worry, it will reappear. It's down today while it is moved to a new server, and over the coming week I will be making changes to it, so you might find it, or part of it, has gone or is not operational. With any luck I hope to have it all back by the end of the week. Sorry about this.
On a happier note, I'm getting on well with the Rubik's Cube type puzzle. That should be finished soon and I'm sure you'll find it interesting - I hope so.
More in a day or so.
Cheers for now
Great Job! Thanks for the Great Slide Styles. Looking forward to Rubics Cube.
Silverfox in Central California
It describes how he prepares for a slideshow and how he creates a show.
Then he explains how to make a simple grid.
Pete is an amazing person. He offers a ton of styles for free and now he finds time to explain many aspects of producer.
The stats on downloads is impressive: Total number of styles downloaded 32,443
After viewing the slide styles I can see why so many have been downloaded.
For some time I've been playing with an idea to create a Rubik's Cube. This isn't easy as to do it properly you would need to be able to set different values to the four sides of a square. Something I really wish Producer was capable of doing. Not to be defeated, I decided to concentrate on just one face of the cube. The result is a Rubik's Cube type Puzzle.
Having made one puzzle I got a bit carried away and very soon two more were in my styles library.
I have now added these three Puzzle Styles to my website, so you can download them if you feel like using a puzzle in one of your shows.
If you want to have a look at the effects you can do so by going to the link below.
I hope you find them interesting and useful.
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