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Announcement   Announcement : The Crypt issue 31 is now out.
   posted by Zola on 7-Sep-2003 10:57:07 (2402 reads)
What can an Amiga still do? Check out our "Rocket Scientist" Article.

Check out our reports on BareED, a New Amiga Text Editor with a surprising feature. Sort out all your time troubles with your battery backed clock by using TimeSwipe or Facts.


Would you like to know exactly whar size that Drawer in your partition is, Easy with Drawersize. Are you still using AGA and Workbench 3+, Then We have a real treat for you, Get your self SystemPatch and see the increase in speed (Certainly when loading Web graphics).


This and a lot more in the current issue "The Gunslingers"

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herewegoagain 
Re: The Crypt issue 31 is now out.
Posted on 7-Sep-2003 13:45:10
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http://www.thecryptmag.com

Try that link

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heh, I still can't work out the purpose (focus wise) of the mag... it is really trippy.


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Re: The Crypt issue 31 is now out.
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Also of note is the interview with Gerd Frank (current maintainer of OctaMED Soundstudio). The Rocket Scientist/other articles are in the "Featured Links" section, in case anybody is still looking for them

Thanks for the Facts article Ian

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Am i the only one who gets confused when navigating The Crypt? It is a good read, but finding any information is a nightmare! And having to go through all those pages of graphics just to get into the "mag" must be annoying for those not in broadband.

Good read, bad presentation (IMHO of course )

Gemini


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Zola 
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What sort of web paster doesnt get his own URL right?

Doh!

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Zola 
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To Gemini:-

As you probably know, The Crypt used to be a floppy only disk magazine, which has now moved onto the WWW.

We wanted to keep the look and feel of reading through a disk mag, which meant 4 or 5 loading pages before you got into the actual issue.

But we take onboard everyones views, and are always looking to improve. So I thank you for the comments. We`ve cut down the loading pages to just 3 now, but do you think it would be better to go straight into each issue from now on? But doing that would we loose the Amiga disk mag feel to it?

Comments anyone?

Steve Evans

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gemini 
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@Zola

Sorry I just re-read my message, I didn't mean it to sound so harsh.

Never having seen a disk based mag b4 I don't know what it the Crypt feels like compared to one, but from a personal perspective, it is a wee bit annoying. However, i am not going to say you should drop them

Gemini


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I think it's okay Zola. It did seem to have a few too many clicks to get to the meat and potatoes. It's always kept that Amiga disk mag feel, so I don't think anything else is required.

As for the articles, yes I did read the Octamed article. Good read.

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Zola 
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Poster: Herewegoagain Date: 8-Sep-2003 12:54:37

Perhaps we should run a poll and see if people would like the loading graphics removed.

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Zola 
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For herewegoagain and others who would prefer to read the magazine without the loading graphics, I have made a quick link button which takes you srtaight to each issue, so hopefully we can keep everyone happy so they will want to keep coming back for more Crypt madness

Steve Evans

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