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Natalia Mueller

Thanks David. I made the screenr but  I can't seem to publish it. :(   I've tried before with the same result so maybe it's a firewall issue? Serious bummer. This isn't as cool, but here's how I did it

Vicki- if you end up wanting to use this head-on version and take out/inset a folder, here is another version with a folder coming out. Feel free to desconstruct this file and use it however you want.

Vicki Frucci

That's terrific.  Thanks.  I have expanded it to a 3 drawer and got the file folder to raise up and go to the right and I've created another folder to try to set up the drop down and open up, but I can't figure out how to make it turn sideways and the illusion of opening up.  Any ideas on that one?

Gina Hoekstra

I'm thinking your best bet is to rotate the folder 90 degrees, then do a wipe on a copy of the folder without the tab and then have a paper image appear (the paper could be a small snagit image of whatever document you will be looking at) or something like that. Here is my idea (edited from yours)...

Natalia Mueller

AWESOME screenr, Gina! I love how you made that folder open. I have been enjoying the collaborative efforts of the community for a while now so I'm happy to get to contribute something myself. I know it will be a little late, but I'll see if I can get my screenr to publish from home tonight.

Natalia Mueller

Alright- I know it's old news at this point, but I did manage to get MY VERY FIRST SCREENR published on how to create the filing cabinet. If anyone is still interested, here it is

https://player.vimeo.com/video/204930641

PS- if anyone else has trouble getting screenr to publish, I upgraded my browser to Google Chrome and that took care of it

Nadine Calac

Gina Hoekstra said:

I did this one really quick too. (from the side visual). Obviously I didn't edit the colors, but you get the point.

https://player.vimeo.com/video/1193780


Wonderful, I will use your file cabinet idea in the next future to illustrate different steps of one course and using hyperlinks to go to one step or another

many thanks to share with us

Nadine

Harry Carter

Natalia Spurgin said:

Alright- I know it's old news at this point, but I did manage to get MY VERY FIRST SCREENR published on how to create the filing cabinet. If anyone is still interested, here it is

https://player.vimeo.com/video/204930641

PS- if anyone else has trouble getting screenr to publish, I upgraded my browser to Google Chrome and that took care of it

Very nice, fantastic actually...your tutorial was helpful in numerous ways...thanks
Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Kristin Savko said:

Someone did a follow up screenr on this where she used Natalia's awesome cabinet idea and made a folder come out of the drawer and open. Does anyone know how to find that? I've exhausted myself looking!  

THANK YOU!


Hi Kristin and all,

I'd done a screenr also where a folder comes out of the drawer. My approach was different from Gina's neat one. So, another idea!

https://player.vimeo.com/video/149064875