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  1. Hello, Since I am entering the final analysis and write-up stage of my PhD thesis, be forewarned you will be hearing from me a lot. I will be working with both the Mac and Windows versions of NVivo simultaneously. I would prefer to work in entirely in the Mac version as it is much more intuitive and easy on the eye. But there are issues with the Mac version that prevent me from doing so. As such, please take my coming posts, as much as deadlines and time allow, as my little way of helping out to make the Mac version even cooler! Okay, on to the first issue. I am importing transcripts that were not time stamped into the audio file. Then I have been adding the time stamps within NVivo. The problem is that when I pause/stop the playing of the audio file, the exact point of time (example: 00:01.15) disappears in the audio file wave view. In the Windows version, the exact point of time appears at all times. If I point the cursor over the audio wave, there is a millisecond appearance of this information. Am I doing something wrong, or is this a feature yet to be added? Looking forward to hearing from you. Cheers! Darren McDonald Japan (Soon to be in the UK for a year)
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