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Ads in PD9 - can you turn them off?
NicolasNY
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Caracas Joined: Sep 28, 2008 17:49 Messages: 805 Offline
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Ok Bary, let’s get back to work...I never seen any other purchased program (apart of CL products), that have Ads on. This is a Japanese mentality. But any way, it doesn’t molest me and its worst the blank browser page in the Ads space (blocking them) than the full ads. That’s only reminds you that you have a new CL product. Sure it will more professional to remove those ads spaces. It’s like riding a Lamborghini car and in the front panel you have a Amazon.com ads displaying all the new offers.

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Dafydd B [Avatar]
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How many of you drive a car with an advert on it - hands up?

Look at your back window for the sellers' sticker and on the number plate maker/supplier. Not to include the emblazoned car manufacturers name badge slapped on front and rear. Though give a thought to some of those pick-up trucks with the company's name on the tail-gate.

For those of you who want to eliminate adverts then just check your firewall program settings and have done with it for goodness sake. Just make sure you've activated all the functions in PD9 first.

For newbies - please leave the adverts as you'll see a popup to the tutorials which you should view.

Dafydd
PS Did I mention the adverts on trainers (shoes), on sweaters with that little icon... has anyone got a baseball cap with.... an advert on like "Lalley Column Corp"... say Barry was that one from you
BarryTheCrab
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: USA Joined: Nov 06, 2008 22:18 Messages: 6156 Offline
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My Dear Dafydd,
you didn't pay for the cap, nor help design it!
The first thing I did to my pickup was remove the dealer plate-frame.
The ads don't bother me so much, if I'm rendering, I'm off doing something else, or minimized the screen, but it does seem to make quite a few folks bothered.
It's the pop-ups that I find irritating, they make it appear as if I'm not up-to-date.
I keep checking.
UpgradeUpgradeUpgrade.
I'm fresh out of emoticons...

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NicolasNY
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Caracas Joined: Sep 28, 2008 17:49 Messages: 805 Offline
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Quote: How many of you drive a car with an advert on it - hands up?
thats why CL have to take they ads out from PD LOL

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RobertJ/OZ [Avatar]
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Melbourne Australia Joined: Aug 14, 2006 02:26 Messages: 1209 Offline
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Hi Guys,

Everyone seems to be getting a little testy over these ads, for goodness sake guys, who cares about them, lets concentrate on getting all the bugs resolved, that is the only important issue here. PDR9 will be the best video editing software, in its price range, when most of the reported problems are fixed.

Robert















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NicolasNY
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: Caracas Joined: Sep 28, 2008 17:49 Messages: 805 Offline
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for goodness sake guys......Robert dont you realise that we always have a topic to have fun with? Have fun!
Dafydd B [Avatar]
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Then I'll call a halt.

Post locked.

Dafydd
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