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No souund files and trying to set up folder for storing info.

I just upgraded to 1.3 and I went into the folder of clipstory and couldn't find and sounds .....what happened....also I am having touble trying to setup Listner and then can't find out where the files are stored.....I saw the test, do i elemenate the test and that becomes the folder that the stuff is stored in....please help me
   Thank you
     Dave Herschberg
     Daveh334@aol.com

by David Herschberg on May 18 2010 2:04am Reply

No souund files and trying to set up folder for storing info.

Hi Dave,

Please refer to this forum post here:
http://www.iconico.com/discussions/view.aspx?id=14344&forum=35
and let me know if you still have questions.

Thanks!
by Constantin Florea on May 18 2010 7:55am Reply

No souund files and trying to set up folder for storing info.

I still can't find where or how to save any text files.....I would like to be able to store them and be able to find them.  Sorry I am having so much problems.

by David Herschberg on May 18 2010 3:05pm Reply

No souund files and trying to set up folder for storing info.

by Nico Westerdale on May 18 2010 5:56pm Reply

No souund files and trying to set up folder for storing info.

Clicked on hyper-links and it didn't go nowhere....sorry ....still have problems finding where and how to set up listner folders and then accessing the flies.

by David Herschberg on May 19 2010 2:32am Reply

No souund files and trying to set up folder for storing info.

Hi,

Please see the latest post here:
http://www.iconico.com/discussions/view.aspx?ID=14376&forum=35
describing in very much detail how you can set up a text listener in Clipstory.

Also you can read this post here (after you have read the post above):
http://www.iconico.com/discussions/view.aspx?id=14344&forum=35
which describes how you can create other types of listeners: audio, image, html, file/folder, and binary listeners.

Thanks!
by Constantin Florea on May 19 2010 7:39am Reply

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