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Trouble reading Mira SD card into Eclipse

Hi, I'm using the student version of Eclipse and am wondering if there's a way to take the SD card out of my Mira and read it into Eclipse. I've switched my "read from" to the drive where the card is…Continue

Tags: SDcard, Eclipse, Mira

Started by LizBeth Dec 21, 2009.

Mira Screen died! 5 Replies

Has anyone else had this problem? In the middle of a realtime job the screen died, the connection still held and the realtime still appeared on the laptop, but my Mira screen is just dead. Any ideas…Continue

Started by Michelle. Last reply by Ryan Dec 12, 2009.

Archiving SD cards 2 Replies

Does anyone have any good ideas for archiving SD cards? They're fairly cost-effective, so I tend to just hold on to them. But they're so small that I haven't figured out a decent way to identify…Continue

Tags: cards, SD, Archiving

Started by Susan A. Zielie, RMR, FCRR. Last reply by Susan A. Zielie, RMR, FCRR Oct 16, 2009.

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Comment by Drew Elizabeth Coverson on December 14, 2009 at 17:38
Thanks Allan. I'm going to try that!
Comment by Allan Dyer on December 14, 2009 at 17:36
Adjust the S to fix your problem with the 1, and the T to fix your problem with the 2 Adjust each letter one click lower.

If you are missing all of your numbers, and they are showing up as letters, then adjust the number bar adjustment wheel lower.
If you are missing one number, and it is showing up as a #, then you need to make the coresponding number more sensitive, so one or two clicks lower.

Allan Dyer
Comment by Kim Little on December 13, 2009 at 4:30
I think you're right, it must just be that those two fingers are the weakest. I am going to try to adjust the sensitivity of my number bar.
Comment by Drew Elizabeth Coverson on December 12, 2009 at 7:52
I've had that problem too. I've had my Mira for about six months, and after some adjusting, I too love it. Usually for me it's the number 1 or 2 that's missing. I don't think there's much we can do, except changing the way you write numbers. I'm not going there cause that would be wayyy too much work and affect my number conversion. I usually just always look at my screen while doing numbers, so that I can restroke it really quick or change it on the computer screen as soon as I get a chance.
Comment by Kim Little on December 12, 2009 at 3:49
I have been using the Mira A3 for three years now and love it. The one problem I have is very often, unless I hit my number bar very precisely, I get the # instead of the number. This happens most often with the number 1, probably because the left pinky is the weakest of my fingers. I am considering changing the way I write numbers, writing them out instead of using the number bar. Does anyone else have this problem?
Comment by Gina DiLuzio on October 13, 2009 at 14:20
what is the purpose of the Audio OTG on the A3? It's great that it records from the writer, but how can I listen to it from my writer later when I've re-opened the file? That's what I would like it for. Seems like you can't do that, only can listen to audio in the current file while doing realtime. What's the purpose of that??? Isn't audio for backup for later on...LOL

Anyways, I have a prison depo on Friday morning and can't bring my laptop to do realtime for myself, thus no audio backup. But you know I thought having the audio on the A3 that wouldn't be a problem...but, no.

Any input on this would be appreciated? BTW, I'm not on CaseCatalyst.


Comment by Linda Hecht on October 1, 2009 at 18:36
Audio hookup question. I'm trying to figure out how to use the audio capability on the Mira. I plug in my mic, I go to set up, then go to audio, and when I scroll down through the mic gain, headphone volume, then I get to "Record Audio During Job" and it just skips over that one. There's no curser for me to click on. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

Comment by Allan Dyer on September 24, 2009 at 10:16
If you have any questions about adjusting your contact assembly or any other adjustments on the Mira post them here or call me at 206-284-7492.
Some Mira and Cybra machines develop a repeating letter/splitting stroke problem and that can be solved.
Comment by Susan A. Zielie, RMR, FCRR on September 12, 2009 at 19:59
I didn't think there was really all that much difference in the thouch between the Mira A3 and the Stentura. But I've been using the Stentura in court for the last two weeks, and I was WRONG! Now when I got back and forth to the A3, the writing is so much easier! It's actually fun to write.
Comment by Lauren Deerman on September 12, 2009 at 17:46
thanks a ton!

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