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  1. I don't know how many years I've tried to help users of Roxio's Mac products in these forums but it's time for me to pass this on to others. If you know a thing or two about Toast or some of the other apps, please visit the forum periodically and offer your help and advice. I started when my brother had a problem with Toast 4 and I visited the forum to try to find an answer. What I found were dozens of unanswered questions by others, a few of which I knew how to resolve. What surprised me was that reading the questions forced me to learn about many of Toast's capabilities and about workarounds to get it to do what it is supposed to do. Reading the posts is a great learning tool. Every version of Toast is not quite right. Changes in the OS make some things very wrong. Roxio introduced new versions before problems were resolved in earlier versions. And the new versions introduced new problems. Sometimes while reading a post I screamed like Charlie Brown when Lucy yanked the football. On the other hand, there's been tremendous innovation and amazing flexibility. My favorite part is when someone is grateful that they were finally able to create the project they wanted; and probably couldn't have done so without my help. Certainly there are others willing to feel the reward of helping other Toast users. I'll keep with this until the end of 2012. I probably will continue to drop in at times, just not every day or even every week. There's a lot of good advice in these forums, so be sure to use the Search command to see if your issue is already addressed.