I agree that the videos from Jennifer are wonderful, but I am one who learns equally, if not more so, from the printed (or digital) word. Having a COMPLETE user Manual will always be a blessing. Jennifer is always there if someone gets stuck and asks for a specific thing, but many of us do much better being able to look at a more complete User Guide than an assortment of videos covering specific things. A guide also helps when you need to refresh your memory by going off on a tangent that directly relates to making sense out of the current question you are asking.
When I set out to put such a guide out in the beginning, I really did bite off more than I could chew. My brain simply is not wired to write user manuals. (Thus I really feel for Joshua and all involved with Photopia's working to produce a manual. As well as with any author that has written a manual for using ANY program. THANK YOU!) Especially for a program that I am still not very comfortable with. And with my retired time I have many other things higher up on my "to do" list. I have a new Computer and am once again working with Photopia. In 5 or 6 years I might be able to help someone else figure out how to do something with it, but until then, it's Jennifer and her videos until Photopia is able to finish a guide.
P.S. I do NOT for a moment hold negative feelings towards the folks at Photopia for not having a guide ready to go. I am thankful they are making something available for those of us who really did enjoy Proshow.
P.P.S. If there are any authors out there who also know how to use Photopia. You can get my money by publishing a guide. 🙂
@dar4char Jennifer is the best! I'd be surprised if anyone here wasn't aware of her. She's also responsible for the official training Photopia provides.
Glad you're enjoying both her work and the Creator/Director software.