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    If I'd of found this ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXFGRta98rs&t=57s ) sooner, it would have made understanding what I was doing right and (mostly) wrong. You know what the weather is going to be doing now that I want to try putting my new found knowledge to the test!!!!

    It sucks to be a visual hands on learner rather than a reading learner!

    Hope it will help new-comers to guiding. The "Impatient Instructions" will make the program work, but understanding the settings options is the difference between "working" and "working well".
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