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Need Adobe Premiere Mac post from summer 2000

New Here ,
Oct 14, 2009 Oct 14, 2009

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Hi,

I know this must sound crazy, but I need to find a needle in a haystack -- in the summer of 2000 I posted on the Adobe Premiere Mac forums - it was a method of remapping the keyboard in Premiere 5.1c.  I'm pretty sure my screen name was "Graham Jones" -- I had over 600 posts.  It's possible it was "GrahamAJones" but I don't think so.

Does anyone know how I can retrieve a copy of that post and/or thread?

If it helps in searching, it talked about modifying the "keyboard.txt" file.

It's a long story, but I need evidence of that post for my green card application, and I am stumped without it.

Thanks,

Graham Jones.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Oct 15, 2009 Oct 15, 2009

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First, you most likely need to post in the Premiere forums

Second, the forum has changed software since then, and I don't think anything that old was saved in the migration

I don't use "news feed forum access" but you might check to see if there is a saved version from that long ago... sorry, I don't know how you search in the news feed history

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New Here ,
Oct 15, 2009 Oct 15, 2009

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Hi,

thanks;  I was hoping someone might have an archive saved on their computer.  I used to have such an archive, but lost it a few years back when I changed email clients.

I will indeed post on the Premiere forum as well.

Thanks,

graham.

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Oct 15, 2009 Oct 15, 2009

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slight chance, I suppose, I don't know how far back their archives go:

http://www.archive.org/web/web.php

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About the Wayback Machine

Browse through over 150 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. To start surfing the Wayback, type in the web address of a site or page where you would like to start, and press enter. Then select from the archived dates available. The resulting pages point to other archived pages at as close a date as possible. Keyword searching is not currently supported.

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New Here ,
Oct 15, 2009 Oct 15, 2009

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Hi,

wow, that's an awesome site!  I'm impressed that I can see the general forum index from 2001.  Unfortunately, the Premiere Mac forum was not included in the archive.

Any other ideas?

Thanks,

G.

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Oct 15, 2009 Oct 15, 2009

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I don't know if the fora (forums?) were also operating as NNTP newsgroups at that time, but if so, Google may have an archive of these (http://groups.google.com/) - you can do amazing searches on these archives (including date range, user profile, etc.).

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