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I've been practicing for a few days when I realize that I ran out of templates, I'm not in a area where it's convenient for me to obtain some new printouts. I was wondering if I should start using blank sheets of paper to continue, or I should just continue when a printer is available to me?


Tue Aug 12, 2008 5:01 pm
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The sooner you wean yourself off of the preprinted materials, the better.

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Alright thanks!


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Also if you don't mind me asking, but can you be to young to learn RV?


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I haven't seen data on this anywhere, but I would expect that there is some minimum 'seriousness' and grasp of reality would be required. You must be able to read and write, you have to be able to follow (and remember) the protocol.

I'm just guessing here, but I'd bet just about anyone old enough to read and write could do this, but to do it really well and in some meaningful way would require at least teen (or very mature pre-teen).

Your mileage may vary...

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Correct. (And I have talked about this, frequently).

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thank you for the reply


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Is it better to format your pages with S2, S3, S4, and the data category labels (T, C, S, T, T, S, D, AI) as you go, or to pre-format the pages with these headings before you start? I am familiar enough with the structure that I can format it as I go, but I don't know which is the better way.
I notice that many people don't label their data categories (texture, color, etc.) at all. Is it better not to label them if you have the order memorized?


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Yes. See my example session in the main forum as MY preferred way of laying out the templates. Others have slight differences.

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That was a question I had. Can I format the pages before I start? Page numbers, S4 columns, S3 headings, S.T. Heading, or should I just always do it on the fly?

And where can I find rvrobots example session?

Thanx


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On the fly, only.

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