A guide to make your Intuitive Plant Medicine experience as smooth as slippery elm tea.
2. Connect to Broadband internet
If you have a slower connection the videos might take longer to load.
3. Download a PDF reader
The exploratories and downloadable text for each module are formatted as PDFS. In order to read the documents and make changes on the editable exploratory worksheets you will need a PDF reader. We recommend Adobe reader, it’s free and you can download here. Adobe acrobat pro and Adobe preview work as well.
4. Observe Login Etiquette
Only log in from one browser at a time, this will keep all your deets in order. Log out when you’re ready to end your session.
5. Be aware of Virus software
Norton and AVG virus software, though excellent at keeping bugs at bay, can cause problems with viewing the course. If you have these two virus softwares installed on your computer, you may have to disable them in order to view content.
6. Clear your Cache
Uncleared caches can lead to all kind of murky waters. If you’re experiencing an issue with the site, try clearing your cache. Learn how here. If the site isn’t working property log out of your account, close all browser windows, clear your cache, and log back in.
Sparking Wands: Troubleshooting Queries
Problem: The pages/videos are taking eons to load
Solution: Try refreshing the page and let the video buffer. Make sure you are using a broadband Internet connection and check to see if there might be an issue with your connection. If you have a slow connection, the videos will inevitably take longer to load. Check out this wikiHow to learn how to check the speed of your connection and give you tips to maximize it.
Make sure you are using a good browser and that you have downloaded the most recent version. Chrome and Firefox are both great options for Macs and PCs. Learn more about choosing a browser for Macs or choosing a browser for PCs.
Problem: I can’t open the PDFs
Solution: Make sure to download a PDF reader on your computer!
We recommend Adobe reader, it’s free and you can download here. Adobe acrobat pro and Adobe preview work as well.
Problem: I’m having trouble downloading the audio
Solution: Try clearing the cache, logging in and out, or changing your password.
All audios will download as a .zip. Select “open with Archive Utility”. In your download folder (or desktop if that’s where you have selected them to go) the program will “unzip” and the audios will be downloaded.
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If you are tuning in on your mobile device you’ll be able to watch the videos and listen to the audio easily.
If you’d like to download anything, however, you will need to have the Dropbox app and a free Dropbox account, or another app, in order to download them to your device. Download the Dropbox app for iTunes or for Android.