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Old 27th October 2005, 03:30 PM   #21
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InDesign is good for this stuff (and pdf output is built-in).
Just downloaded InDesign by Adobe..202mb..
there no way I would use this..massive learning curve...I'll just stick to my caveman method.
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Old 27th October 2005, 03:47 PM   #22
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Great job..............I hope you will entertain some solid state designs too.

Speaking of which I might have some curry recipe's too...........

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Great job..............I hope you will entertain some solid state designs too.
Offcourse! Deliberately did not call it the valve underground or something like that..it is about all kinds of diy audio.
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Old 27th October 2005, 06:33 PM   #24
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Will you consider condensing some popular project threads? Assuming diyAudio will allow...
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well done m8ty

full of good reading....many thanks for listing my prototype arm
best wishes for now and keep up the good work
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Excellent work Bas. I might have to contribute a veggie receipe though for the next edition...

Not sure about the constant switching from one to two column layout and back again though!
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Just downloaded InDesign by Adobe..202mb..
there no way I would use this..massive learning curve...I'll just stick to my caveman method.
Give it a chance. It is actually easier to use than Word (and doesn't keep driving you to do it its way). Just like in Word ignore most of the tool-bar.

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Not sure about the constant switching from one to two column layout and back again though!
Yeah..good point..I thought about it..and thought..a what the hell...varition is a good thing.
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Sure John...which one's do you have in mind?
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I think AudioOrigami's floppy drive TT motor would be a great article.

I won't mention the AlephX or Krell threads!
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