contact me and i'll explain.
in my point of view
by seeing an object from top gives us an top view..by seeing an object from side gives us side view..
You can't completely remove timeline from your account, but you easily remove / disable Facebook Timeline in your own browser so that you can view all personal Timeline pages in the old profile style format. To do this you just need to follow the simple guide here: http://fbpurity.com/remove-timeline
A revolved section is made by revolving a cross section view 90° about an axis of revolution and superimposing the section view on the orthographic. A removed section is similar except the view is removed to another part of the drawing. : )
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Click on the Storyboard view.
Are you sure you are on the Time-line? 'Cause you won't see movement in Storyboard view.
Down on the bottom, click on the arrow beside where it says Storyboard. It will give you the Time-line.
difference between isometric view and isometric projection
If you are dragging it down into the time-line from the collection pane, it is in the time-line somewhere. If you are using the Storyboard view, look further down in the project imports. If your clip is not visible in the collections pane, or does not show up in the time-line or storyboard then it is either corrupt or not compatible with the program.
What is the difference between a process view of distributive justice and an end-state view?
In computer language, I perceive the difference between "see" and "view" as the difference between "see" (mere ocular recognition) and "read". For instance, "Click one of the documents you see on the screen to view it".
Once the facebook timeline is there its there. It is impossible to remove.
I think both are same. There is difference between isometric view and isometric drawing that is of size.
You can view everything they've posted on their timeline.
go to a friends page who has the Timeline and then choose to accept that type of view for your own page.