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Darrin 
Re: Dr Who Demo
Posted on 4-Apr-2012 0:32:26
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@TrebleSix

Oh, downloaded and installed your Welsh calendar. I have it in the top corner of my Windows 7 display with teh transparency set. One problem, the font used it too large and dates with 2 digits can't display correctly. Is there a way to change the font used?

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Re: Dr Who Demo
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@Darrin

The font is embedded.
Can you send me a screen grab.


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Darrin 
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@Franko

Bugger!

Any here fancy Dodo?
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Dodo: "Does my bum look big in this?"

apart from Steven who would obviously bang anything in the best tradition of Capt James T Kirk:
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Re: Dr Who Demo
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@Franko

I will have a look, but those DMS files are all i have.

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Franko 
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@TrebleSix

Still trying to get it working with what's on the disks, I'll need to use hex editor and check out all the files as the mysterious "DrWho.2" file is nowhere to be found as you can see from the listings...

Maybe just an error in the script for some reason (or the DMS images are faulty), hopefully I can figure it out and get it working, as I'm now dying to see the thing...

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Darrin 
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@TrebleSix

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The font is embedded. Can you send me a screen grab.


Sure. I've emailed it as requested.

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Toaks 
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Posted on 4-Apr-2012 6:38:22
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@Darrin

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You're cruel! Poor Bonnie.

On a similar matter, am I the only one here who actually wasted money by buying a copy of Dalek Attack for the Amiga?


I bought that too along with Allo Allo!.
Both is really not worth owning unless youre a fan! (like me).

As for your drwho demo, i remember someone gave it to me over irc many many many years ago and i still have em i guess, maybe your dms's are faulty?
Do you know the name of the demo archive (the orginal name), if so then i can look it up in my collections.

Some very nice pictures of Bonnie there mate.

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g0blin 
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@TrebleSix

Wow, such an interesting thread and it only goes back and forth from UK to US.

Come on guys, am I the only italian guy here who likes Dr. Who?

The show wasn't very pupular over here since, up to very few years ago, we only had the chance to follow it in 1983 (Tom Baker was the Doctor at that time).

Today is a different story. You can get anything you like from Sat TV.

I would really love to watch that demo, so keep up the work.

Best regards to y'all.

@Darrin

My 7 year old son loves that TARDIS, and so do I.

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Franko 
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@TrebleSix

Well after checking everything thoroughly on the disks there is just no way of getting it to run...

The missing file "DrWho.2" is the main cause of this as it needs to be joined with the Splice command to the file "DrWho.1" to produce an executable file called "DrWho.exe"...

The file that is there "DrWho.1" is crunched/ packed with the "Titanics Cruncher 1.1" but you can't even unpack/ decrunch this as it throws up an error, which of course is because it's not the complete file made up from files .1 & .2...

So unless you can find the "DrWho.2" file or the already joined "DrWho.exe" then from the contents of the disks sadly there is no way to ever getting it to run...

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@Franko

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So unless you can find the "DrWho.2" file or the already joined "DrWho.exe" then from the contents of the disks sadly there is no way to ever getting it to run...


So our only hope rests with Toaks! Let's pray he may find the right file.

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Franko 
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@g0blin

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So our only hope rests with Toaks! Let's pray he may find the right file.


I never actually though about it until I read Toaks post...

I've got a DVD with thousands of Demos on it somewhere, think I need to dig that out and have look too...

That doubles the chance of finding a working copy now...

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g0blin 
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@Franko

Excellent!

Good luck with your quest, then.

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@TrebleSix

Here in Spain I was the last seasons of this TV serie and I like it, the old seasons here never I saw because here the TVs channels always have USA series or they put the serie once and eternal loop, for example with the BelAir Prince with Will Smith.

The Demo I don't loaded because I'll like in a file for OS4.

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BillE 
Re: Dr Who Demo
Posted on 4-Apr-2012 15:29:06
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@Darrin

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Great. Dr Who and bow ties are cool.
Here's a pic of the TARDIS I made for my kids:


Wow. Excellent.

You should start up a company doing Tardis computer cases. I'd even throw away my nice White X1000 case for one of those !

BTW. Liz Sladen was the best who companion ever - beats the rest by a mile.

I never really liked Bonnie Langford much nor the one that follwed her.

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Franko 
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@BillE

You mean Sophie Aldred (ACE)...



I kinda liked her, even though she walked with a lisp...

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Hypex 
Re: Dr Who Demo
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@Franko

Ace: I was just about to ask about her. She was my favorite Who girl.

Now before I lose my Who cred do you have a hotter picture of her?

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Darrin 
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@Hypex

I'm at work at the moment so I can't post one. Wait until I get back to the hotel.

Dig out the Curse of Fenrick DVD and watch her climb down the church wall in that short skirt and black stockings for a quick thrill.

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Franko 
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Wouldn't exactly call em hot but these should keep you occupied for the next 30 seconds...





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Franko 
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Well I've been through all the Demo's I have but sadly it can't be found, guess it's down to Toaks now to find it...

I did find this one on YouTube though made by Nebula on the miggie...

AMIGA-Demo "Nebula: Doctor Who 30 Years Birthday

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g0blin 
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@Franko

Man, what a blast from the past.
I just received my Hollywood 5.0 upgrade this afternoon. Looks like I should put a "Dr. Who demo" on top of my priotities......

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