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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   5/19/2014 9:35:31 AM
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@siddm: can anyone tell me how to view the videos / slides in this webinar Fundamentals of PCB Design

Sure -- you go to EETimes.com -- one if the navigation elements at the top says "Education" -- you use:

      Education > Courses > Fundamentals

Then you scroll through the pages to find the ones in which you are interested. The PCB one is on the 3rd page -- here's a direct link

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siddm   5/18/2014 10:11:32 AM
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HI

 

can anyone tell me how to view the videos / slides in this webinar Fundamentals of PCB Design

 

thank you

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Re: Where?
David Ashton   10/31/2013 7:32:37 PM
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@rfindley...all I did was post the copied text from the article into a comment - I didn't actually expect that link to show, or work, but it does.   I'd agree that the blue links are not very obvious and red would be much better.  Karen, are you listening, and can you get your guys to do this?

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rfindley   10/31/2013 7:02:28 PM
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Looks like I'm not the only one lamenting how non-obvious the links are on UBM sites.  The color difference between static text and links is too subtle.  I would love to see either underlines or a better-contrasting color (such as David's example below).

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Re: Where?
David Ashton   10/28/2013 9:30:12 PM
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@theslawek.....at the end of the first paragraph above is the line  "have dubbed the 50-minute Fundamentals of PCB Design a featured training course.

The words "Fundamentals of PCB Design" should be in blue; if you click on them it will take you to a Techonline page....go down a bit and you'll see a button "View" - click that and it will take you to a logon page.  You may have to register if you don't already have a logon, but once you've done that you go to another page where you get a button "View course".  Click that to start the actual course, which will open in a separate window - you may have to turn any popup blockers off as well.

Looks good, though I didn't have time to watch it all - I'm at work :-(

hope this helps you out / Cheers / David

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theslawek   10/28/2013 8:47:47 PM
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Forgive me if it's obvious, but where do I find the free seminar?



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