you should be able to...
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They are in a video format, but I believe the screen capture is done as one file, then the camera video is combined with it ... and the two are out of sync (very obvious when she is typing, audio of her keyboarding is out of sync from the characters appearing on the screen). I don't think there is any for us to fix this after the fact, but hopefully we can do better at making these two streams stay in sync during creation.
Something that would be really cool would be launching a C9 screencast in VS and having the code in the video automatically written to your VS text editor. So, your text editor extensibly replaces the one in the video stream...
I think Erik already wrote something like this about a year ago... you should bug him about it
We are looking into why this doesn't play for you folks, but in the meantime here is a direct link:
I think Tommy's client was for people without the SQL Management Studio... I can't really see why you'd need it if you had access to SQL Server 2008's client, with intellisense and server connection support built right in.
C8 will get this soon
Nothing we had to code for this one; we just received a new silverlight.js and published it out, it contained a fix to the browser detection logic making FF3 work.