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  1. Version 2.0.x

    81 downloads

    BackyardNIKON user guide.

    Free

  2. Version 3.1.x

    185 downloads

    BackyardEOS user guide.

    Free

  3. Since the majority of BYE/BYN Users are sitting in the Dark, can we look at the possibility of a "Night-Vision Safe" color scheme to the User Guide PDFs in order to protect our Dark-Adapted Eyes while still providing basic User Support documentation?? A Color Scheme similar to either this Website or else the BYE Night-mode GUI would be GREAT!! There might be a few "Layout Challenges", but most of the Images are already "Dark" even though they are made using the Daytime GUI. There could be 2x User Guides supported, with the existing PDF activated while the User is in Daytime-mode and the "Night-Vision Safe" PDF activated when BYE/BYN is in Night-Vision Mode. If nothing else, it would be great if the existing User Guide PDF had a "Night-Vision Safe" 1st page - with a small warning that remainder of the PDF is "Not (yet) Night-Vision Safe".
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