OT Anybody else do Netflix?


J

John Doe

Just wondering if anybody knows how to use the fast-forward and
reverse shortcut keys in Microsoft's Silverlight? And whether
anybody might know where a Silverlight software users guide might
be? I actually haven't looked hard, but I doubt there is easy to
find documentation on it.

Using the shortcut keys to preview movies is very useful.

Thanks.
 
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K

KR

Just wondering if anybody knows how to use the fast-forward and
reverse shortcut keys in Microsoft's Silverlight? And whether
anybody might know where a Silverlight software users guide might
be? I actually haven't looked hard, but I doubt there is easy to
find documentation on it.

Using the shortcut keys to preview movies is very useful.

Thanks.



We use these things called bit torrents, or search sites like www.filestube..com
and end up with an industry standard AVI or MPG file which can then be
played in standard software
such as VLC media player or similar. This way you don't have these
problems.
 
J

John Doe

KR said:
John Doe <jdoe usenetlove.invalid> wrote:
We use these things called bit torrents, or search sites like
www.filestube.com and end up with an industry standard AVI or
MPG file which can then be played in standard software such as
VLC media player or similar. This way you don't have these
problems.
Stealing intellectual property is counterproductive. The makers do
not care what pirates and thieves want to see/use, so you will
always be a follower. You will always be watching/using what
paying customers enjoy.

Besides... Instant streaming media is easier than stealing movies.
I can watch a movie on Netflix in a matter of seconds, much
quicker than downloading a stolen movie. Putting their movies on
Netflix is a good way for movie producers to advantage those of us
who actually pay for their movies. Pirates/thieves can download
movies, but you cannot enjoy them instantly like the rest of us.
All movie producers should give their paying customers Netflix
style instant streaming access, and rightly get paid for it in
return. If nothing else, the $8 per month encourages the way
movies should be offered.

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See also Google Groups
 
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F

Flasherly

return. If nothing else, the $8 per month encourages the way
movies should be offered.
I'm moving to Tibet. Quick, tell me where I can insert my hot, hot,
creditcard# into the $8 men NETFLIC community.
 

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