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Cathy216
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re: Guidelines for early power analysis
Cathy216   2/17/2013 8:52:16 PM
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Just a note, Being able to see the graphics helps understand the author's information. Having a "Tell us what you think " blocking the graphics does little to educate the people who wish to learn from this site. Perhaps somebody's code went a liitle haywire. Can the article be fixed? I for one hope so. Thanks to the Author for trying,very help full. Richard Johnson

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BrianBailey   2/21/2013 6:36:39 PM
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Can you let me know what browser and OS you are using. I do not see these problems, neither do others who are viewing the site. Thanks for your help in improving the site.

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armstrong360   2/21/2013 7:07:28 PM
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Another viewer using chromiun on Linux can't see the graphics... Using firefox shows both the comments and graphics

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BrianBailey   2/21/2013 7:36:53 PM
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I am going to try and turn off the comments from appear towards the head of the article. Another way around this problem is to click on the Print button towards the end of the article. This will open a new window with the complete article in it.



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