Started by Gryzor, 13:51, 19 April 16
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Quote from: CraigsBar on 07:31, 27 April 16I am in Florida (for work) this week. So a little but separated from my CPC magazine collection. I'll take a look once I get back.. And have got some sleep.
Quote from: CPC_Fan on 21:11, 28 April 16I suppose we should ask for permission really.
Quote from: Gryzor on 19:35, 01 May 16I just did a test scan of #86. Take a look and tell me what you guys think.
Quote from: Gryzor on 10:54, 02 May 16@pelrun : the faint image is from the reverse side, not from the next sheet, so I'm not sure if a black card will help to tell you the truth...?
Quote from: AMSDOS on 13:21, 02 May 16I think @pelrun meant blank.
Quote from: Gryzor on 13:22, 02 May 16Same difference.
Quote from: Gryzor on 13:24, 02 May 16For the purposes we're talking here the result is the same.
Quote from: Gryzor on 10:54, 02 May 16@CPC_fan : the file is there. I don't know why Uploaded is giving you the German version, but basically there are two big buttons on the page, the first (grey) one being the Free Download (30 seconds wait) and the second (blue) is for account holders.Ha, I had forgotten there are some online already! Cripes!@pelrun : the faint image is from the reverse side, not from the next sheet, so I'm not sure if a black card will help to tell you the truth...?By the way, I also got permission (and a few pointers) from a very kind Steve Williams (who apparently still signs his emails with "Sent from my Amstrad CPC464" ). I was wondering, what if we could find the original dtp files? Would it be possible to print out to a file and convert to pdf or images? Would it be worth it to ask any editors I locate?
Quote from: Gryzor on 19:35, 01 May 16I just did a test scan of #86. Take a look and tell me what you guys think. Not a permanent link, preview purposes only... I won't do any more until we have tried to get permission.WACCI 86 - 199502.pdf (19,00 MB) - uploaded.net
Quote from: pelrun on 16:13, 02 May 16Guys, I meant exactly what I said. A black (opposite of white) card placed behind the page you're scanning will hide the faint image from the reverse side of the page. Because the scanner light is extremely bright, it shines through the paper, is reflected off the surface behind the page, and back through the paper to the image sensor. That little bit of extra light highlights the image on the other side of the page. If you put black paper behind it, then most of the light that gets through the paper is absorbed, and the reverse image is much less obvious.
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