How to use the journals CDLB and CDLJ
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Some technical requirements and recommended specifications
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Hard Disk, Memory (RAM) and Modems
Accessing and reading the journal does not make heavy demands on disk storage. The journal is only resident on your machine while you are reading it. As long as about 5Mb are free, then there should be no problems. Reading the journal is not heavy on memory, providing that the machine has enough memory in the operating system. Current configurations of 128+ Mb RAM should experience no difficulties. Files and queries may tax the capabilities of modems transmitting at 56Kb and lower.
Screen, Keyboard and Pointing Device
Articles are not designed for any particular screen resolution. Some papers may be better viewed at a different resolution but accessibility should not be affected. Navigation around the journal can be with a mouse or similar pointer. The keyboard is only necessary in some data interfaces and the search facilities. The journal does not require the use of function keys or CTRL sequences; only ASCII characters are needed.
Operating System and Browsers
The journals will work on the three major platforms - PC, Mac and Unix/Linux. Journal articles are tested in both Netscape and Internet Explorer browsers. Articles are designed using IE, but care has been taken to ensure that the journal can be read by as many browsers as possible.