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    Danish Amiga Magazines

    Nope, I don't speak Danish but as someone has gone to the trouble of scanning every issue of two Commodore/Amiga publications, I thought I'd share the links.

    RUN - Dansk Commodore Magasin 1984-1988

    http://www.mipeha.dk/?page_id=12


    COMputer (Det Ny COMputer) 1985-1994

    http://www.mipeha.dk/?page_id=13

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    Great links, but no danish here too

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    I can read Danish, so just give me a shout if you need something translated. Teho can help as well. Norwegian and Danish are very similar in writing.

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    I had a quick look at them, the scans seem pretty good. Should perhaps download the lot in order to preserve them, but there doesn't seem to be a way to do that. Only able to open one page at a time. Will have to take a closer look to see if there's a way to get the whole bunch in one go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teho View Post
    I had a quick look at them, the scans seem pretty good. Should perhaps download the lot in order to preserve them, but there doesn't seem to be a way to do that. Only able to open one page at a time. Will have to take a closer look to see if there's a way to get the whole bunch in one go.
    They're numbered sequentially so NetTransport2 can be set to batch dld them.

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    I've not tried Net Transport 2. How good is it? And how does it compare to FlashGet? Is it free or commercial?

    If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!


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    Commercial but seemingly unrestricted apart from a nag screen (there's probably a crack for it somewhere).

    I haven't used FG for a few versions, but from what I recall of it NT is not as professional looking or as slick as FlashGet but at the time had the batch download function which wasn't in FG (or didn't work as well, or something).

    It's one of those programmes that works so I haven't bothered looking at alternatives.

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    The latest version of FG can now also be updated via internet, no need to d/l the newest version every time. I has a slight different look now, and you can also use it for torrents, not tested by me yet, as I use uTorrent.

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