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Posted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 4:47 am   Post subject: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

Hi iSpring Support & Friends,
My PowerPoint presentation originally done with Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 or PowerPoint Xp version installed in Win-xp, Win-7 & Win-8 PC. Two of my similar files saved in .ppt and .pps format are all good and continue updating for the Auto-Date-Time in 3 PC's -- BUT my iSpring saved in .swf version has locked the Auto-Date-Time function so it CAN NOT follow PC system time to make update one slide in the presentation.

Is there a solution to fix or to unlock the synchronization of Calendar and Time for the .swf file? Can iSpring Pro fix it and saved in HTML format?

Thank you for any suggestion or helps from you.
--Rino


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Posted: Wed May 28, 2014 11:07 pm   Post subject: Re: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

Dear Rino,
Thank you for the post!
Actually iSpring doesn't have any time synchronization options and can hardly influence the locked slides in the original PPT presentation.
Thank you for understanding!


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Posted: Fri May 30, 2014 12:24 am   Post subject: Re: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

Hello Julia,
I want to let you know that I view your reply -- Thank You!
Regarding my original post and I wish iSpring can updates their version to accumodates this Date & Time Synchronization to follow PC system time. This is a nice features most people wanted. If I'm still young I will study software programmer to dig this out for iSpring.

It were possible in Microsoft PowerPoint 2002 or their latest version and why it can NOT be done in iSpring?

Regards,
Rino


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Posted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 2:27 pm   Post subject: Re: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

I have forwarded your request to our Development Team, thus perhaps they will add it to our feature request list for future versions.


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Posted: Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:09 pm   Post subject: Re: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

Thank you Julia,
I believed your action taken as seriously as it is recorded here, for I've also received via eMail many many months ago the same action for iSpring development Teams BUT no news came out so far. Hoping others company have not taken advantage on this.

Regards,
Rino


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Posted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 4:05 pm   Post subject: Re: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

Dear Rino,
Thank you for the post.
Usually our developers decide to add a new option for the product when we receive several similar requests from our customers. At this time we have only one request for the Auto Date Time in iSpring.
Also we have a scheduled development plan for several following months.
Thank you for understanding!


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Posted: Thu Jun 05, 2014 5:25 pm   Post subject: Re: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

Dear Julia,
I think with your much helps and persuadness -- your Teams will act by the good numbers who viewed -- it is now reaching 96+. You cannot concluded all who views are not interested. Just remember the old saying: "IF you built it they will come". One good example is Cache Creek Casino Resort in Brooks, CA -- built alone in BIG farm land but their cars parking spaces are full pack of cars coming from far distant Cities. Google to find out their business secrets but not until you been there to find out more. I'm hoping your good Teams will do something rather to remained idle for their good salary. Lastly, people will vote "YES" IF your portal has that features. Many Thanks for our good chat!


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Posted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 11:15 am   Post subject: Re: Can iSpring FREE follow AutoDateTime?

Dear Rino,
Thank you for a wise story )
We always try to do our best to make our customer happy while using the product.
Please feel free to contact us with improvements you'd like to see, as well; we welcome criticism and compliments alike.


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