On 04-Jul-00, Nicolas Welte wrote: > I just found this site: > http://www.c64-forever.de/print/index.htm > > It has the most recent version of the C64 service manual and also the > C65 technical manual online, though only in a 72dpi version. The 300dpi > version can be ordered on CD-ROM. Maybe I can talk them into uploading > the stuff to funet. To use a cliche, it never ceases to amaze me that people scan black and white documents into JPEG files. This is about the worst possible file format for that type of image. Were the document to be scanned in monochrome at 300dpi, file size would be easily manageable and it would look good both when printed out (unlike greyscale JPEGs) and on screen. If/when I ever get a scanner, I hope to scan the manuals that I have properly and make them available. (But I only have Amiga-era service manuals, nothing earlier.) -- Mark - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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