Technical Notes: Video Series: Healing the Trauma of Incest

Case Study: Healing the Trauma of Incest

Technical notes


To open the product…

1) Insert the USB drive into an available USB port.
2) Wait for the computer to recognize the drive. “iHealthCtr” will appear with a drive letter [e.g., iHealthCtr (C:)] in PC Explorer.  “iHealthCtr” will appear in the Devices section of Mac Finder.
3) Click on the drive to display its contents.
4) Double-click “index.html” to open the program.

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This product requires a browser.

That allows it to work equally as well on PC or MAC. But, the appearance may vary slightly based on each browser or operating system.

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Screen Resolution

Screenshot of Healing the Trauma of Incest

The product is formatted at a fixed resolution of 1366 x 768. This is the most common resolution for laptop computer screens. If the window display is larger than your screen (i.e., if scroll bars appear at the right or bottom), use the browser settings to reduce the image size (e.g., 90%). This is most likely necessary if you view the product on a tablet computer.

 

It is unlikely this product can be scaled down to a smart phone.

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Video functions

Screenshot of a video from Healing the Trauma of Incest

Videos are set to play automatically when you select them.

 

See icons at bottom of video screen to view Full Screen or Picture-in-Picture. Press Esc at end of video to return to normal View.

Chapter selection from Healing the Trauma of Incest

Select Forward arrow at bottom of window to advance through the videos in order. Return Home, then Chapters, to view videos in any order.

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External Links

All text in the product is replicated in printable PDFs

External links to PDFs and websites respond based on Preferences within your browser. Clicking on such links takes you out of the product, but the product remains open in the Task Bar or Tabs.

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Close the product

Device ejection sequence in Windows 10

To end a viewing session, close the product’s Tab in the browser window. Closing the tab allows you to safely Eject Media prior to removing a stick from its USB slot. On the most recent PC operating systems, you do this by locating and clicking on ‘Show hidden icons’; allowing you to select which drive to eject.

 

If you received your product on a Kingston drive, that particular drive seems to refuse the request, saying there is a program still using data on the drive. I have pulled it out with no ill effects. If you are concerned about potential damage to your computer or the drive, Power off your computer, then remove the drive.
Mac does not seem to have the same issue. In most cases, drag the drive icon from the desktop into the Trashcan or Ejection arrow.

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Re-opening the product

Refresh browser window to ensure all objects appear correctly

If your computer goes to sleep or powers off while the stick is still inserted; in some cases when you power back on, some objects on the page fail to re-appear. If that happens, ‘Recycle’ the page (in the browser address bar, or as a menu command) to regain full functionality.

 

This product is not designed to remember, or bookmark, where you left off a prior viewing session. So, when viewing is interrupted, you may want to make a note of the last video you viewed.

If your computer goes to sleep or powers off while the stick is still inserted; in some cases when you power back on, some objects on the page fail to re-appear. If that happens, ‘Recycle’ the page (in the browser address bar, or as a menu command) to regain full functionality.

 

This product is not designed to remember, or bookmark, where you left off a prior viewing session. So, when viewing is interrupted, you may want to make a note of the last video you viewed.

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These notes last updated August 31, 2017

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