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CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09

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Offline an0n

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Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #50 on: 07 / December / 2009, 04:31:33 »
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For anyone interested, the beginnings of the new CHDK User Manual are now at - http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK_User_Manual, basically the contents of the 2009 CHDK Quick Start User Guide.
I am thinking this could be the beginnings of a comprehensive manual. So, take look and see how it could  be built upon. Close to the beginning is a link to Old Resources, which somebody had already had on the page, it means we could just have that link, together with this new one on the Home page, and remove all the other old Usage manual links, anyway I hope it's helpful.
Cheers.
A720IS.

Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #51 on: 17 / January / 2010, 22:15:45 »
hello,i'm from china,your have done a good job, thank you. i'm using canon sx200is, and i've been using chdk succesivelly, and i can zoom in continually when recording,but one question still there that when recording still can not foccus, after zooming in the distant object, it's still blured. only it can be clear and foccused when you manually foccus it before recording. i want konw how can we manually or ato foccus when recording and even when you zooming in.thank you.

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Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #52 on: 18 / January / 2010, 00:43:08 »
@gdx74,
you need to set the AF key to "Shutter" or "Set", you can then use that key to force an AF scan during video recording.
OldGit
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Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #53 on: 25 / April / 2010, 22:04:14 »

A CHDK installation guide in pdf format is now at the Drop IO with the User Guide, it is made as
printable A4 size book and a booklet size. Hopefully it will help new users to do the installation
without having to refer to many pages at the Wiki. Please report back if there are any inaccuracies
or omissions.
http://drop.io/chdk_new_UserGuide_booklet_pdf
A720IS.


Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #54 on: 30 / May / 2010, 11:28:02 »
Sorry Guys Must be doing something wrong or missing something.
I,m only getting half the print out the right way. The other pages are like back to front and mirrored?
Even the wrong way onscreen ???

Got the latest flash updates.

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Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #55 on: 01 / June / 2010, 03:16:22 »
Hi Woolfy,

Your'e asking about the booklet printing, to print that you need auto duplex printing, if your printer can do that then
print all pages with auto duplex on, then take pages out of printer, staple them and then fold them for a handy booklet !
Otherwise, use the A4 version and print auto duplex and you will have normal size that you can then bind.

HTH.
A720IS.

Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #56 on: 14 / July / 2010, 10:16:46 »
I can't download the pdf because it asks for a password. What is it?

Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #57 on: 14 / July / 2010, 19:30:30 »
I can't download the pdf because it asks for a password. What is it?

I'm having the same problem.


Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #58 on: 14 / July / 2010, 20:05:50 »

Re:  an0n has created an updated version of the guide.  Find it here...
http://drop.io/chdk_new_UserGuide_booklet_pdf

This page asks for a login password.
How do I get the CHDK pdf manual?

Re: CHDK End-User's Guide - 24-APR-09
« Reply #59 on: 26 / July / 2010, 18:03:39 »
Ignore the login password part ..( that I assume is  for "anon" to alter the "drop" ) the links lower down to the various guides and booklets on that page work just fine without any "password" ..
From your link ( cullings ) ..click link ..then on page ..right click any of the red links ( depends which one you want )..then select "go to file" and left click ..when you reach the page the file will open ..to save it to your machine ..look to the right side ..and you'll see "download" ..left click that link ( if you look at the "status bar" at the bottom of your browser ( in the "chrome" ) when you hover over the link it will say "original content" at the end of the link ..click it and it will open the file on your machine ..then you just have to save the file ..once saved ( if you chose a PDF )..you can print it ..

HTH :)

« Last Edit: 26 / July / 2010, 18:08:16 by Lghost »

 

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