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Start by selecting a method from Popular Methods or CCCBR Library menu option
Version 2 Released 02-02-2020
Start with quick access to most Popular Methods each with a selection of touches. For other methods access the CCCBR Library of Methods, an extract containing the majority of Minimus, Doubles, Minor, Triples and Major methods known to mankind.
Smartphone users may use Quick Chart to view method diagrams in a variety of different styles and customised for any working bell, not just the heaviest Blue bell. Users of larger screen devices (laptop / desktop) can view or print diagrams using the normal Method Diagram format. Or for those who prefer to see their blue line horizontal and moving up and down, select the Roller Coaster diagram format.
All diagrams are customisable using the Settings Menu ⚙ to select the bell used for the blue line, one of eight different chart styles and the individual colours of the chart lines.
Learn the method's places with the Large Screen: Learn the Line tool, or the Smartphone: Quick Line screen. It can adapt to your improving skill by hiding the method line.
Create and share your own touch compositions with other band members. Explore touches with a lead by lead view of the lead head rows from the perspective of each of the working bells.
Importantly there are no charges for using the toolkit - It is FREE.
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About the Author
When I started ringing in 1993 as an adult recruit I found it immensely difficult. Using my computer programming skills I created a number of pieces of software to help me learn. With the coming of the Internet circa 2000, friends suggested making these tools available for others to download.
In the intervening years, people have moved away from desk top computers running Windows, to a plethora of other devices. In response to those changes, I launched this Internet hosted 'Change Ringing Toolkit' in 2011. In 2020 'Toolkit' was redesigned and relaunched in response to further changes in the way in which people access the Internet. I hope you find this suite of screens helpful to your change ringing activities.
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