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A young, alert student and a zany professor
 team up to decipher the first messages
 from the Chromes

e-fiction by Joseph Corrado

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Viewing

Use the  Internet Explorer browser (4.0 or later) on a PC with 1024 x 768 resolution for best display.  If you use Mozilla FireFox or another browser, you may not be able to view all interactive features of this story. 
Your browser should be Java-enabled and have the RealAudio (or similar) audio plug-in. 

Navigating

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Activate a view or process in the story by clicking on the accompanying controls or graphics. For example, if this mouse icon precedes a set of control buttons, you can click each of the buttons to activate a related function.

Jump to an explanation or comment for the text adjacent to a gloss button.  For example, if a gloss button comes at the end of a sentence, you can click it to read more detailed, related information. After reading a gloss, you can close the Gloss window and  jump directly back to where you left off in the story. Or, you can peruse the other entries in the Gloss window. Like footnotes, each gloss button and related gloss entry is numbered. 

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Continue to the next page. The next-page button is in the lower-right corner of each page. Next-page and previous-page buttons are also located in the upper-left corner of each page.  In the lower-left corner of each page, you can also use:

PAGE UP control

Go to the top of the current page.

 

Cover button

Return to this title page (nthis page).

Previous-page button

Go back to the preceding page.

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