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ST Placement of T & I
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Author:  mindscape [ Mon Oct 17, 2005 12:02 pm ]
Post subject:  ST Placement of T & I

I know this process fixes it’s self out later but for now…
Should T&I be placed near similar ST forms -
eg. place tangible words “wires & pipes” to ST forms which look like wires & pipes.
Or should I spontaneously label them.

ST Placement of AI & EI
I know this process fixes it’s self out later but for now…
I found it very hard in placing AI/EI’s in the ST. Can I write them in groups beside the ST draw eg:

Author:  David Roseta [ Mon Oct 17, 2005 2:16 pm ]
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It sounds like you're going about it wrong. Placing AIs, EIs, Ts, and Is, on your Site Template is NOT a, "process." It's a hard-and-fast protocol -- just like when you number your pages! Numbering your pages is NOT a, "process."

It sounds like you need to re-watch the LearnRV DVDs where Stage 4 is taught, as well as where combining your Analytical Sketches onto one page to create a Site Template is taught. When you have re-watched and reviewed this portion of the LearnRV DVDs, you will know that Stage 4 is a page where you have S, D, AI, EI, T, I, AOL, and AOL/s across the top of the page. During Stage 4, you fill in that page as you perceive the target.

When you've nearly completed your session, and are ready to compose your Site Template, you gather all your S3 Analytical Sketches, and COPY them onto one page. You can't alter your S3 Analytical Sketches -- but you DO get to decide how big or how small to copy them, as well as where to place them on the final page.

When you're done arranging those Analytical Sketches onto one page, you label each of them with their corresponding AIs, EIs, Ts, and Is from your Stage 4's.

Author:  mindscape [ Tue Oct 18, 2005 11:45 am ]
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on another note - I will be very interested in seen your ST layout is it possible to post it?
or PM it to me.

Author:  David Roseta [ Tue Oct 18, 2005 2:51 pm ]
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Go here:

That section of this forum has many individuals' postings of various Site Templates.

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