Serbo-Croatian 101-102 @ the ASU CLI

Technical Details

Browser
This course is optimized for the Windows platform and Internet Explorer 5 and higher. If you are using another platform and/or browser, some segments of the course can be displayed improperly. Similarly, the optimal display resolution for this course is 1024 x 768 pixels.

Keyboard
Windows 98/2000: Do the following: Choose Start->Settings->Control Panel->Keyboard. Click on the Language tab. Click on the Add button. Choose Croatian or Serbian Latin. Press OK. Choose the sequence which will toggle between the keyboard layouts (e.g., Left Shift-Ctrl). Press OK.
Windows XP: Choose Start->Control Panel->(if you are not in the category view, press the Switch to Category View button->Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options->Add Other Languages->Press the Language tab-> Press the Details Button -> Add -> Choose Croatian or Serbian Latin-> Press OK -> Choose the Keys settings
Other systems: You can always copy the five specific characters from the top of the screen whenever you need them. Just click in front of the character, drag the mouse over it and press Ctrl-C. Then click where you want your character to be pasted and press Ctrl-V.

Audio, video, and printing
All audio files are provided in the mp3 format. If you cannot hear them, which is highly unlikely, your audio player (e.g., Windows Media Player, Real Player, etc.) or your browser will prompt you to install the mp3 plug-in. Once you do it, you will be able to listen to the sound clips. The video materials are provided in the .mov format. Again, if you do not have it installed, your video player (e.g., Windows Media Player, Real Player, etc.) will prompt you to install the .mov plug-in. Alternatively, you can install free QuickTime Player. The materials intended to be printed are provided in the .pdf format. If you cannot open those files on your computer, you can download and install free Acrobat Reader. You can download lesson printouts from the left-hand side navigation bar of each lesson. All sound clips used in the course can be downloaded at http://www.asusilc.net/clips. Just right-click on each clip (or clips.zip, which contains all clips packed) and choose "Save file as".

If you still have problems with any technical details, please do not hesitate to contact me at Danko.Sipka@asu.edu

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