On the "demo" question...

Subject: On the "demo" question...
From: "Johnson, Dick D" <Dick -dot- Johnson2db8ef -at- PSS -dot- BOEING -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999 08:31:56 -0700

My company just produced two demo CDs. Both start
automatically. One runs through once and stops, while
one continuously loops until the user stops it (to be
used at trade shows, etc.).

One suggestion would be to name the single shot demo, "Demo" and the constant running demo CD, "Continuous Demo." "Run" and "Loop" are redundant, therefore not needed.

Also, it would be helpful to know if either is an interactive demo.

Dick Johnson

Monica said:
We are calling the first one simply "demo CD" but I'm
not sure about the current standard wording (if any)
for the second:
- Continuous Run Demo?
- Continuous Loop Demo?

Please help! Thanks,

Monica Milla
Hedgehog Communications
Richard D. Johnson Jr. (Dick)
Tech Writer, Software Documentation
425-234-7727, MS 6C-LU

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