I set up the frame, then put the canopy on top of the frame, then put the front sticking out bits through the end, then fastened the back of the canopy to the press studs on the poles, then fed the end through and tied to the inner poles.Then set up guys. I think this is the standard way. However, I wasn't happy at having the front legs low because it looks like it bends the hooks and it is difficult unrolling the canopy on top of the frame.
Could I do it this way?
Feed the canopy through into the dandy and tie to dandy inner roof bars.
Assemble the front canopy frame, 2 legs, eaves poles and 3 crosses. Legs can be low but needs two people.
Put roof poles into canopy pockets and secure with guys. This will then stretch the canopy between the front frame and dandy.
Raise front legs to full height. Loosen guys slightly.
Insert a canopy roof pole into a cross, fasten press stud then hook the pole onto dandy. Repeat for the other poles.
Or is there an easier way?