Started by Gryzor, 13:51, 19 April 16
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Quote from: Clive Bellaby on 16:34, 04 May 16I have a set of WACCI magazines from issue 1 onwards, it should be a full set, there may be one or two of the final issues missing. These can be delivered locally (East Midlands Area, England) or posted to an agreed location if it will help. I have no problem with any of the articles I wrote, or any of the magazines I produced being copied to, and distributed by an electronic format (or similar) for distribution to CPC enthusiasts. The only restriction, is as usual, these should not be used by commercial, for profit use.There should be a complete set of the public domain software somewhere, there is probably a reference to it in one of the magazines. This software was, and still is public domain, and again it can be distributed freely, but not for profit.I may be able to get some of the magazines transferred to electronic format, with a selection from PDF, TIFF, JPEG or XPS.It would be nice to be able to remove the spelling, punctuation and context errors at the same time, but even with todays technology this is not practical.I miss the early computers, they were fun, slow and clumsy, but who cares, they were fun."Uncle" Clive (Bellaby)
Quote from: Gryzor on 20:08, 07 May 16This is just superb indeed... thanks so much, Clive, for posting here!Unfortunately I'm nowhere near Midlands,I'm in Greece, so postage to and fro would be rather hefty, but I think it's worth it...Also, thanks for your permission, too It's amazing that you have all of them issues (though not all of them are needed). If you could register for an account here so I can contact you or if you could send me a message to: [attachimg=1] it'd be great. It'll be a long and slow job, but I'm confident I can make it...Regarding spelling errors, I don't really think it'd be that nice. Original material should not be touched, if you ask me OCRing it is another thing, and yes, it'd be nice, but can also be done at a second stage.When you say you can transfer them to electronic format, how do you mean it? Use the original files or scan them?Thanks again for taking the time to post!@Craigsbar : I'll make such a list
Quote from: Gryzor on 11:28, 03 May 16@remax : well, it's possible to output/print to a file, I'm sure you can manipulate it to create a PDF afterwards; that's why I was asking...Everyone who, for SOME reason can't be bothered to wait 30 seconds to download a file or can't click a button: . Going to delete it soon.
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