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Re: Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

John Gregory <stratplayer@...>
 

Hi Gene,

Seems reasonable to assume that the error relates some how to the tags, but
have looked through the tracks that generated the Lame error and the tag
info appears to be in tact and correct. The track also plays perfectly. Had
a quick Google of the error, but didn't really come up with much, although
the error has occurred in various forms. I did get a result relating to CDex
and this error, but it was not in English, so had no idea as to the content.
Hey ho., tracks are ripped and the tags seem OK, so may just be a buggy type
message that pops up from time-to-time.

John.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Gene
Sent: 30 April 2017 22:25
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

This sounds as though it has nothing to do with actual ripping. It sounds
as though it has to do with the ability to create tags for the file, that
is, text information such as artist, title, genre, that you can read when
you look at information presented by the file. I don't know why that is nor
why the Lame encoder is presenting it. Perhaps the Lame Encoder has the
ability to create tags.

Gene
----- original Message -----

From: John Gregory <mailto:stratplayer@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 4:12 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message


Hi Carlos,



Have recently been ripping some CDs and thought I'd try out CDex. Managed to
rip 5 CDs without any problem, then I inserted a CD which on occasions came
up with the following error:



Error Mesage Starts ----



Lame_Enc.dll Dialog



Error updating Lame_Tag Frame:



Can't open file for reading and writing



OK



Error Message Ends ----



The Cd has 25 tracks on it and this error only occurred on 6 of the tracks.
When I pressed the 'OK' button the track continued to rip and, as far as I
am currently aware, didn't appear to affect the ripped track. Will have to
do some further investigation as to whether the track info is OK, but just
thought I'd run this one past you to see if you had come across this error
while using CDex and what, if anything, it means.



Thanks.



John.


Re: technology and transportation

Lenron
 

Woohooo well I wish you great luck with the opening and hope to be out
there soon. Will have to make contact when I am.

On 4/30/17, Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...> wrote:
Believe it or not, my two gray-headed sisters, actually one
of them has snow white hair, are driving from near Dallas,
Texas to Colorado in two weeks to get some medical marijuana
for the white-headed sister's son, who has advanced ALS.
Their thinking is that if it gives him a greater level of
comfort, that will be good. I cautioned her that if it did,
then there would have to be continued trips to get it in
order to have it on hand - well, one thing at a time. She
tells me that the medical contains no TCP, I believe it is
called. They are hoping that it will improve his recent lack
of appetite.

Bye for now,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Olusegun --
Victory Associates LTD, Inc.
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 3:22 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] technology and transportation

Lenron, rent is a fiasco now in Denver. You know, everyone
came here to prospect for oil from the Colorado oile shales;
then, Colorado became what Netherlands is to Europe! The
only difference is that we call it marijuana for medical
purposes; the City Council here in Denver just voted last
week to allow pot shops to stay open until 10 PM effective
tomorrow, Monday, May 1; previously, they had to close at 7
PM. California and New York City are here, smoking
themselves to ashes, <LOL>!!

As for the weather, it's the big thing that keeps me here
for eternity! Low humidity, winters are far more tolerable
here than in the midwest. And yes, I know the difference, I
am an honored graduate of Indiana University, Bloomington
and I know how the humidity in Bloomington drove me off the
wall and snow never remembered to melt until mid-May. In
the mountains, it could be 16 degrees F., whereas in Denver,
temperature will be 65 degrees F. It has been snowing here
since Thursday night, but NOT A SINGLE DROPLET of it is
sticking to the ground. That's Denver, the Mile-High City
... Got to love the Broncos, Colorado Rockies, pat the
Nuggets on the shoulders and hope for the best for the team,
and yes, don't forget the Colorado Rapids if soccer rocks
your boat! 54 mountains to boot for the Centennial State,
the closest ones about two hours drive away. I have a young
chap who goes to Fort Lewis College in Durango in the
southwestern part of our great state; it is a seven-hour
drive away from Denver nonstop, or 14 hours round trip, the
latter being a-one way flight to Brazil from Dallas, TX.
Want to see where four states come together? Yes, it's
right here in Colorado: Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and
Colorado all come together at the same point. No kidding!
It's a 9 and a half hour drive south of Denver!

For transportation, it is, for the most part, pretty good!
Some bus routes run 24 hours, not too frequent at night when
the routes are reduced to every
40 minutes or so; otherwise, in the major areas, a bus is
there every 7 to
10 minutes! Example, my store is located on East Colfax
Avenue, same as 15th Avenue for us. Its buses are every 7
to 10 minutes without fail!
Where I live, 15 minutes from Denver International Airport,
the bus is every half hour until 2:45 A.M. daily. Then it
shuts down for an hour and starts up again at about 3:50
A.M. Our paratransit runs pretty much the same way as the
buses in terms of hours, but you do need to preschedule, no
same-day schedule.

Want to come play ball with us at Savanna Coffee? Yes,
there'll be two cups of Cappuccino waiting for you !! Four
shots of espresso in each cup, more than enough caffeine to
last a day, <LOL>! Just tell us whether you want a large
cup, or a venti cup, but don't report us for making you
drunk on caffeine!

Anyway, keep me in your thoughts and prayers; I'm almost
there, the space to be used for business is almost ready.
So far, everything has checked out with the City & County of
Denver Department of Health, as well as the building
department. Hope to install equipment towards the end of
May, testing and training scheduled for June and, with God's
help, the doors will be flung open after July 4th and, if we
happen to miss that date, first week of August for sure!

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado









--
Lenron Brown
Cell: 985-271-2832
Skype: ron.brown762


Re: Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

John Gregory <stratplayer@...>
 

Hi Carlos,

Version 1.85

John

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of
Carlos
Sent: 30 April 2017 22:19
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

Hi John,

I don't recall ever seeing that error, but I haven't used the program
recently. Are you running the latest version?

----- Original Message -----
From: John Gregory <mailto:stratplayer@...>
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 5:12 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message


Hi Carlos,



Have recently been ripping some CDs and thought I'd try out CDex.
Managed to rip 5 CDs without any problem, then I inserted a CD which on
occasions came up with the following error:



Error Mesage Starts ----



Lame_Enc.dll Dialog



Error updating Lame_Tag Frame:



Can't open file for reading and writing



OK



Error Message Ends ----



The Cd has 25 tracks on it and this error only occurred on 6 of the
tracks. When I pressed the 'OK' button the track continued to rip and, as
far as I am currently aware, didn't appear to affect the ripped track. Will
have to do some further investigation as to whether the track info is OK,
but just thought I'd run this one past you to see if you had come across
this error while using CDex and what, if anything, it means.



Thanks.



John.


Re: Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

Gene
 

This sounds as though it has nothing to do with actual ripping.  It sounds as though it has to do with the ability to create tags for the file, that is, text information such as artist, title, genre, that you can read when you look at information presented by the file.  I don't know why that is nor why the Lame encoder is presenting it.  Perhaps the Lame Encoder has the ability to create tags.
 
Gene
----- original Message -----

Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 4:12 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

Hi Carlos,

 

Have recently been ripping some CDs and thought I’d try out CDex. Managed to rip 5 CDs without any problem, then I inserted a CD which on occasions came up with the following error:

 

Error Mesage Starts ----

 

Lame_Enc.dll Dialog

 

Error updating Lame_Tag Frame:

 

Can't open file for reading and writing

 

OK

 

Error Message Ends ----

 

The Cd has 25 tracks on it and this error only occurred on 6 of the tracks. When I pressed the ‘OK’ button the track continued to rip and, as far as I am currently aware, didn’t appear to affect the ripped track. Will have to do some further investigation as to whether the track info is OK, but just thought I’d run this one past you to see if you had come across this error while using CDex and what, if anything, it means.

 

Thanks.

 

John.

 


Re: Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

Carlos
 

Hi John,
 
I don't recall ever seeing that error, but I haven't used the program recently.  Are you running the latest version?

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 5:12 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

Hi Carlos,

 

Have recently been ripping some CDs and thought I’d try out CDex. Managed to rip 5 CDs without any problem, then I inserted a CD which on occasions came up with the following error:

 

Error Mesage Starts ----

 

Lame_Enc.dll Dialog

 

Error updating Lame_Tag Frame:

 

Can't open file for reading and writing

 

OK

 

Error Message Ends ----

 

The Cd has 25 tracks on it and this error only occurred on 6 of the tracks. When I pressed the ‘OK’ button the track continued to rip and, as far as I am currently aware, didn’t appear to affect the ripped track. Will have to do some further investigation as to whether the track info is OK, but just thought I’d run this one past you to see if you had come across this error while using CDex and what, if anything, it means.

 

Thanks.

 

John.

 


Question for Carlos Regarding CDex Error Message

John Gregory <stratplayer@...>
 

Hi Carlos,

 

Have recently been ripping some CDs and thought I’d try out CDex. Managed to rip 5 CDs without any problem, then I inserted a CD which on occasions came up with the following error:

 

Error Mesage Starts ----

 

Lame_Enc.dll Dialog

 

Error updating Lame_Tag Frame:

 

Can't open file for reading and writing

 

OK

 

Error Message Ends ----

 

The Cd has 25 tracks on it and this error only occurred on 6 of the tracks. When I pressed the ‘OK’ button the track continued to rip and, as far as I am currently aware, didn’t appear to affect the ripped track. Will have to do some further investigation as to whether the track info is OK, but just thought I’d run this one past you to see if you had come across this error while using CDex and what, if anything, it means.

 

Thanks.

 

John.

 


Re: miniguide manual

Carolyn Arnold
 

Oh. I have some vibrating glasses, and they are pretty good. Nothing is going to be perfect, but they're better than not having them.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Peter Spitz
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 4:14 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] miniguide manual

Joe:

Try this link the the Mini Guide website and you will find a link for the product manual which is in an MS Word .Doc format.


http://www.lssproducts.com/product/Miniguide-Mobility-Aid/cane-accessories


I've had one for about a year but I don't use it as often as I thought I would. There is definitely a learning curve to get used to the different vibrations and I don't like using the earbud option since I can't hear anything else around me. Also, the batteries seem to die fairly quickly so go on Amazon and buy some highly rated Lithium Ion multi packs if you are going to use it frequently.

Good Luck!

Peter

On 4/30/17, Joe Giovanelli <joegio100@...> wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have just purchased a Miniguide and looking forward to receiving it.

I looked for a manual on the APH site. All I found was a cryptic set
of quick instructions.

Do you have any more info than I have?

I thank you very much.

Joe Giovanelli




Re: What are the steps to use BARD?

Carolyn Arnold
 

Thanks loads - probably call library Tuesday, as Monday is a
busy day, part of it out of the house.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 4:11 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] What are the steps to use BARD?

Hi Carolyn,

Searches are easy. So don't sell yourself short.

But, we all will wait to see how you do when you start
logging into BARD, and attempting to do some Book Shopping.


You'll be fine.

And if not, plenty here will give you good coaching.

Grumpy Dave


--
Dave <dlh007@...>


Re: miniguide manual

Peter Spitz
 

Joe:

Try this link the the Mini Guide website and you will find a link for
the product manual which is in an MS Word .Doc format.


http://www.lssproducts.com/product/Miniguide-Mobility-Aid/cane-accessories


I've had one for about a year but I don't use it as often as I thought
I would. There is definitely a learning curve to get used to the
different vibrations and I don't like using the earbud option since I
can't hear anything else around me. Also, the batteries seem to die
fairly quickly so go on Amazon and buy some highly rated Lithium Ion
multi packs if you are going to use it frequently.

Good Luck!

Peter

On 4/30/17, Joe Giovanelli <joegio100@...> wrote:
Hello everyone,

I have just purchased a Miniguide and looking forward to receiving it.

I looked for a manual on the APH site. All I found was a cryptic set of
quick instructions.

Do you have any more info than I have?

I thank you very much.

Joe Giovanelli




Re: What are the steps to use BARD?

Dave
 

Hi Carolyn,

Searches are easy. So don't sell yourself short.

But, we all will wait to see how you do when you start logging into BARD,
and attempting to do some Book Shopping.

You'll be fine.

And if not, plenty here will give you good coaching.

Grumpy Dave


--
Dave <dlh007@...>


Re: technology and transportation

Carolyn Arnold
 

Believe it or not, my two gray-headed sisters, actually one
of them has snow white hair, are driving from near Dallas,
Texas to Colorado in two weeks to get some medical marijuana
for the white-headed sister's son, who has advanced ALS.
Their thinking is that if it gives him a greater level of
comfort, that will be good. I cautioned her that if it did,
then there would have to be continued trips to get it in
order to have it on hand - well, one thing at a time. She
tells me that the medical contains no TCP, I believe it is
called. They are hoping that it will improve his recent lack
of appetite.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Olusegun --
Victory Associates LTD, Inc.
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 3:22 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] technology and transportation

Lenron, rent is a fiasco now in Denver. You know, everyone
came here to prospect for oil from the Colorado oile shales;
then, Colorado became what Netherlands is to Europe! The
only difference is that we call it marijuana for medical
purposes; the City Council here in Denver just voted last
week to allow pot shops to stay open until 10 PM effective
tomorrow, Monday, May 1; previously, they had to close at 7
PM. California and New York City are here, smoking
themselves to ashes, <LOL>!!

As for the weather, it's the big thing that keeps me here
for eternity! Low humidity, winters are far more tolerable
here than in the midwest. And yes, I know the difference, I
am an honored graduate of Indiana University, Bloomington
and I know how the humidity in Bloomington drove me off the
wall and snow never remembered to melt until mid-May. In
the mountains, it could be 16 degrees F., whereas in Denver,
temperature will be 65 degrees F. It has been snowing here
since Thursday night, but NOT A SINGLE DROPLET of it is
sticking to the ground. That's Denver, the Mile-High City
... Got to love the Broncos, Colorado Rockies, pat the
Nuggets on the shoulders and hope for the best for the team,
and yes, don't forget the Colorado Rapids if soccer rocks
your boat! 54 mountains to boot for the Centennial State,
the closest ones about two hours drive away. I have a young
chap who goes to Fort Lewis College in Durango in the
southwestern part of our great state; it is a seven-hour
drive away from Denver nonstop, or 14 hours round trip, the
latter being a-one way flight to Brazil from Dallas, TX.
Want to see where four states come together? Yes, it's
right here in Colorado: Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and
Colorado all come together at the same point. No kidding!
It's a 9 and a half hour drive south of Denver!

For transportation, it is, for the most part, pretty good!
Some bus routes run 24 hours, not too frequent at night when
the routes are reduced to every
40 minutes or so; otherwise, in the major areas, a bus is
there every 7 to
10 minutes! Example, my store is located on East Colfax
Avenue, same as 15th Avenue for us. Its buses are every 7
to 10 minutes without fail!
Where I live, 15 minutes from Denver International Airport,
the bus is every half hour until 2:45 A.M. daily. Then it
shuts down for an hour and starts up again at about 3:50
A.M. Our paratransit runs pretty much the same way as the
buses in terms of hours, but you do need to preschedule, no
same-day schedule.

Want to come play ball with us at Savanna Coffee? Yes,
there'll be two cups of Cappuccino waiting for you !! Four
shots of espresso in each cup, more than enough caffeine to
last a day, <LOL>! Just tell us whether you want a large
cup, or a venti cup, but don't report us for making you
drunk on caffeine!

Anyway, keep me in your thoughts and prayers; I'm almost
there, the space to be used for business is almost ready.
So far, everything has checked out with the City & County of
Denver Department of Health, as well as the building
department. Hope to install equipment towards the end of
May, testing and training scheduled for June and, with God's
help, the doors will be flung open after July 4th and, if we
happen to miss that date, first week of August for sure!

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado


Re: miniguide manual

Carolyn Arnold
 

What is a Miniguide?

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Giovanelli
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 3:12 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] miniguide manual

Hello everyone,

I have just purchased a Miniguide and looking forward to
receiving it.

I looked for a manual on the APH site. All I found was a
cryptic set of quick instructions.

Do you have any more info than I have?

I thank you very much.

Joe Giovanelli


Re: What are the steps to use BARD?

Carolyn Arnold
 

Do you get that from the Play Store on an Android product?
Or will the library have to tell me where and how to do
that?

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Ann Parsons
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 2:18 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] What are the steps to use BARD?

Hi all,

You can download them to your tablet, but you need the BARD
app to play them.

Ann P.

--
Ann K. Parsons
Portal Tutoring
** New EMAIL: akp@...
web site: http://www.portaltutoring.info
Skype: Putertutor

"All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost."


Re: Window-eyes question

Gene
 

I don't use Window-eyes but I know something about it.  If the paid version supports a symthesizer, the free version does.  The only difference is that the free version doesn't come with the bundled eloquence or Dectalk because those are licensed and G W Micro can't give them away for free. 
 
Gene
----- original Message -----

Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 2:30 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Window-eyes question

Does the free version of window-eyes that you can get if you own Ms Office support the legacy synthesizers like the serial DecTalk?
 
Thanks,
George


Re: What are the steps to use BARD?

Carolyn Arnold
 

I would think that a search might be daunting. I select
faithfully from the catalogs and sometimes ask for
recommended books. Most weeks I read two to three books,
well over a hundred a year.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Dave
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 1:29 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] What are the steps to use BARD?

Hi Carolyn,

BARD is nice. Thousands of Titles, and Searches can be run,
to find titles covering the subjects you enjoy. Fiction,
Non-Fiction, a bit of everything, even magazines.

A client can look up books by Author, Title, Book Number,
and even by Subject. Such as Mysteries, Suspense, Cooking,
Sports, , or even Romance for those who are into that kind
of book.

The library isn't exhaustive, but there are a hefty
selection of titles.

Grumpy Dave





--
Dave <dlh007@...>


Re: What are the steps to use BARD?

Carolyn Arnold
 

Thanks. I also think I found the place for the thumb drive
on front of the computer. I think I will be happier with the
tablet as my reader, once I am really familiar with it.

Bye for now,

Carolyn

-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io
[mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Olusegun --
Victory Associates LTD, Inc.
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2017 1:01 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] What are the steps to use BARD?

Sis Carolyn, once you install the BARD Mobile app on your
Shiny Toy, you can download your books and, as Josh said,
enjoy reading them right there on your tablet. No need for
any extra cables!

I don't have the BARD app on my Shiny Android toy, but just
so I can help you with it, I will install it today and start
playing with it. Earth help me remember my login password
to BARD, guess I'll have to change it in order to login on
my Shiny Android toy!

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado


Re: Window-eyes question

Rob <captinlogic@...>
 

George McCoy <slr1bpz@...> wrote:
Does the free version of window-eyes that you can get if you own Ms Office support the legacy synthesizers like the serial DecTalk?

The free version supports all the synths of the paid version.


Window-eyes question

George McCoy <slr1bpz@...>
 

Does the free version of window-eyes that you can get if you own Ms Office support the legacy synthesizers like the serial DecTalk?
 
Thanks,
George


Re: technology and transportation

Olusegun -- Victory Associates LTD, Inc.
 

Lenron, rent is a fiasco now in Denver. You know, everyone came here to
prospect for oil from the Colorado oile shales; then, Colorado became what
Netherlands is to Europe! The only difference is that we call it marijuana
for medical purposes; the City Council here in Denver just voted last week
to allow pot shops to stay open until 10 PM effective tomorrow, Monday, May
1; previously, they had to close at 7 PM. California and New York City are
here, smoking themselves to ashes, <LOL>!!

As for the weather, it's the big thing that keeps me here for eternity! Low
humidity, winters are far more tolerable here than in the midwest. And yes,
I know the difference, I am an honored graduate of Indiana University,
Bloomington and I know how the humidity in Bloomington drove me off the wall
and snow never remembered to melt until mid-May. In the mountains, it could
be 16 degrees F., whereas in Denver, temperature will be 65 degrees F. It
has been snowing here since Thursday night, but NOT A SINGLE DROPLET of it
is sticking to the ground. That's Denver, the Mile-High City ... Got to
love the Broncos, Colorado Rockies, pat the Nuggets on the shoulders and
hope for the best for the team, and yes, don't forget the Colorado Rapids if
soccer rocks your boat! 54 mountains to boot for the Centennial State, the
closest ones about two hours drive away. I have a young chap who goes to
Fort Lewis College in Durango in the southwestern part of our great state;
it is a seven-hour drive away from Denver nonstop, or 14 hours round trip,
the latter being a-one way flight to Brazil from Dallas, TX. Want to see
where four states come together? Yes, it's right here in Colorado: Utah,
New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado all come together at the same point. No
kidding! It's a 9 and a half hour drive south of Denver!

For transportation, it is, for the most part, pretty good! Some bus routes
run 24 hours, not too frequent at night when the routes are reduced to every
40 minutes or so; otherwise, in the major areas, a bus is there every 7 to
10 minutes! Example, my store is located on East Colfax Avenue, same as
15th Avenue for us. Its buses are every 7 to 10 minutes without fail!
Where I live, 15 minutes from Denver International Airport, the bus is every
half hour until 2:45 A.M. daily. Then it shuts down for an hour and starts
up again at about 3:50 A.M. Our paratransit runs pretty much the same way
as the buses in terms of hours, but you do need to preschedule, no same-day
schedule.

Want to come play ball with us at Savanna Coffee? Yes, there'll be two cups
of Cappuccino waiting for you
!! Four shots of espresso in each cup, more than enough caffeine to last a
day, <LOL>! Just tell us whether you want a large cup, or a venti cup, but
don't report us for making you drunk on caffeine!

Anyway, keep me in your thoughts and prayers; I'm almost there, the space to
be used for business is almost ready. So far, everything has checked out
with the City & County of Denver Department of Health, as well as the
building department. Hope to install equipment towards the end of May,
testing and training scheduled for June and, with God's help, the doors will
be flung open after July 4th and, if we happen to miss that date, first week
of August for sure!

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado


miniguide manual

Joe Giovanelli
 

Hello everyone,

I have just purchased a Miniguide and looking forward to receiving it.

I looked for a manual on the APH site. All I found was a cryptic set of quick instructions.

Do you have any more info than I have?

I thank you very much.

Joe Giovanelli

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