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  1. Brent.A

    CL - B type link bars

    Hey Justin, TY for taking the time. So I discovered screencasting...lol. Went to make my first video to share, then dollars to donuts I was able to rotate as I recorded. Now my remaining issue seems to be establishing the linkbar as a structural connection. Linked below is my video to illustrate that. Any guidance? https://www.dropbox.com/s/6v7lqilx5y41ztr/2019-05-24 12-53-22.mp4?dl=0
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    CL - B type link bars

    What is the trick to get all of these to connect? It seems to auto rotate the truss segments, not allowing me to connect while rotated. Is there a sweet spot to overlay the forkend connectors?
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    Dual Machine License Vent

    Hey Klinzy, That worked perfectly. Many thanks. Flurry of new laptop, new desktop, poor license # discipline. Be well.
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    Dual Machine License Vent

    Is there any accommodation in the works to allow me to use my Braceworks subscription on 2 machines? Not concurrently, not trying to have 2 people use 1 copy... Laptop/Desktop is a peanut butter and jelly combo to my life (and I would assume most of us.) I just got back to my home office as was very keen to geek out on my desktop...only to find the Braceworks workspace not available to my desktop. WOMP WOMP.
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    CL - B type link bars

    Thank you very kindly. I will circle back with questions.
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    CL - B type link bars

    Brand new user. I have searched and not found this topic. Apologies if a redundant thread. Are the Christie Lites Linkbars functional with Braceworks?

 

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