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Same experience as Lee; SmartWorx is so convuluted. Too many hidden menus that aren't available until you press the Fn key which you wouldn't know ab [...]

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Lee, I hear you. I have to have reading glasses now when I am working at my desk. Now I need them when using the collector. [...]

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Lee, Understood. I need just to start a separate thread on that topic. I will need to be prepared for some brutal truth I am sure. [...]

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