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This is the first parent textual chapter (a dummy chapter) along tier 2. It is the parent of 3 children, C9VA1, C10VA1, and C11P1. On the other hand, by numbering from HOME at the first tier, this is fourth chapter in sequence from HOME and then in sequence along tier 2; from still another perspective, this is the third chapter along the horizontal axis of tier 2. If you go to the cluster of navigation bars in the MASTERBORDER to the left, all parent textual chapters, as well as the children of each of these parent chapters are accessible with a click or two. Three pages at tier 3 are children of this parent page (Text 1-X) and are accessible in the cluster to the left. Two children follow parent, Text 2-X, and four children follow parent Text 4-X. If the reader will go to navigation bars in the cluster on the left, or in the cluster at the end of the page and click on VISUAL AID 1, he will gain access to tier 3 and to the respective pictorial (SxtrC9P1-1). If he then clicks on the navigation bar NEXT PAGE (a sequence oriented bar), he will gain access to SxtrC10P1-1 (the next pictorial along the horizontal axis of tier 3 and a child of the same parent textual chapter as SxtrC4 (Text 1-X). Another click and he will gain access to Sxtr C11P1-1. Another click and he will be back at SxtrC9VA1-1. If he wishes to gain access to pictorials SxtrC15P1-1 & C16P1-1, he will have to click on the appropriate bar in the first cluster (in the blue cluster, he should first select Text 2-X [SxtrC5]), or the second cluster. At either of these pictorials along tier 3, the NEXT button will be operative but will only provide access to the children of the respective parent textual chapter 2 (Text 2-X). The same basic procedure will have to be repeated to gain access to the four “children” pictorials of chapter, Text 4-X. The BACK button has the same spatial limitations as the NEXT button; its functions are not the same as those of the browser’s BACK button; the browser’s BACK BUTTON has a temporal quality.

 

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