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marcusjambler wrote:This is sounding sooooo.... EPIC
I have everything in the house crossed
Yes, it would be shame if this all just faded away at this stage! Let's hope danielj gets his hands on the discs soon.
leenew wrote:I am still holding my breath for this one!
Did Daniel ever receive the discs? were they unreadable?
Erm, I don't think the discs have actually been posted yet!
Ever since the author agreed to send Daniel the discs, about two months ago, I've been emailing him to remind him to do so, but although he has said that he would get round to it, more recently he's been saying that he's very busy and that posting the discs isn't a high priority for him.
I think he's a bit sick of me pestering him now, but if anyone else wants to contact him and give him a polite, friendly nudge, just to show how keen we all are to preserve and play his game, please feel free! It would be such a shame if Bladedancer just drifted off and became a distant memory.
triaxcaribdis wrote:danielj wrote:So, I could slit them and put the disk into a clean, flat sleeve? That would lessen the risk of the buckling actually putting excessive pressure on the disk surface and destroying the media?
That would be fine by me. They're useless as they stand, it'd be nice to get SSD images.
danielj wrote:*wakes up* Hello? Was there something I was meant to do?
Not really, but if you feel like it, maybe email the author and remind him you're standing by..?
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danielj wrote:Oh heck, don't tell me it's him doing the delivery. It's probably halfway up a cow's bottom or something...
you noticed that too, makes a dogs ear of everything, then when he fixes his mistakes , folk think he's great
Luckily not Special Delivery, Jess would eat it