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Old 21 December 2008, 18:59   #441
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can anyone move the LIgtwave folder into rare_apps and remove the lightwave...lzx from rare_apps TIA

Edit: what command are you using, to move files? 'site' command doesnt gave much options.
Done (I always wanted to say that )
Dunno which command it is because with Cute FTP and FileZilla you can do it with drag & drop and the delete key.
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Old 22 December 2008, 02:16   #442
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Question Organize the FTP-Server

Suggestion on how to get things organised on the server.

Move rare_apps and new apps folders to the Apps folder.

Move rare_games, new games and PD Games folders to the Games folder.

Move AFCD, CUCD and AACD folders to the Coverdisc's folder.

That's only a suggestion of how to get the Root folder a bit more tidy.
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Old 22 December 2008, 09:21   #443
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Suggestion on how to get things organised on the server.

Move rare_apps and new apps folders to the Apps folder.

Move rare_games, new games and PD Games folders to the Games folder.

Move AFCD, CUCD and AACD folders to the Coverdisc's folder.

That's only a suggestion of how to get the Root folder a bit more tidy.
Very good suggestion ma693541 I have moved the stuff to the new folders 'Apps', 'Coverdiscs', 'Games' and 'Music'. Please have a look and tell me if it's okay for you all and/or what else could be done
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Old 22 December 2008, 11:44   #444
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I think it's quite organized, TCD. The root folder know resembles to a proper librarian catalog.
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Old 22 December 2008, 12:10   #445
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I think it's quite organized, TCD. The root folder know resembles to a proper librarian catalog.
It was about time to clean it up a bit and ma693541 gave the idea on how to sort it. Hope everybody else is happy with the new folder structure too
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thanks for moving. i'm a commandline junky, so i still have to figure out
looks better now, but Apps has some folder (candy, caligari, opus and amiunix) which schould moved to "rare apps"

Edit: someone was still busy
found the comandline way: rename oldfilename folder/newfilename

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thanks for moving. i'm a commandline junky, so i still have to figure out
I think you can use 'rename' to move files and folders from the command line

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looks better now, but Apps has some folder (candy, caligari, opus and amiunix) which schould moved to "rare apps"
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tnx, found the "rename" comand now
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Thank's for all your answers on how we can have a nice, clean Root folder.

It was only a suggestion from me. I had a look on the Server and it look's fine now.
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AWESOME..thanks Magix
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Hi,


All quiet on the western front... ahem... (last post about new stuff being uploaded was a couple of weeks ago, apparently).

I thought some of you might like to know I have uploaded F.E.A.R. soundtrack (Monolith FPS) to our FTP. It's unreleased music to my knowledge (it was captured via a PC running the game, not from a CD, anyway).

Hope you'll enjoy it !
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Hi Deleauvive,

thanks for the upload, but do you really think it's suited for the FTP? I mean F.E.A.R. isn't Retro nor Amiga, so what about hosting it on your site instead?
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3 years is an awful lot of time in terms of next-gen FPS evolution ! I've been told F.E.A.R. would be nearly considered retro in a few months from now .

Sure, I might think about it although I am not sure people will find out about the soundtrack since I don't publicize this kind of upload on my web site.

I'll move it in a short while (3-4 days) if that's OK with you .
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No worries, your Voyages of Discovery soundtrack is still very welcome up there Just thought that this is a bit too far from the whole idea of the FTP
I won't delete it, but since space on the FTP is limited it would be nice if you can move it.
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Smile

Almost forgot....
Hope you had a very Merry Christmas
Happy new year to all, and long live the Amiga !



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wasted, hell yher

ok guys and girls finally done a bit of scanning of he cd covers

only done a few just as a test and for a bit of feed back

done at 200dpi and they can be found in my folder user/cosmic

so any suggestions or are they ok for ppl ????????
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Old 28 January 2009, 11:59   #457
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Yours scannings are good, can continue..
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Old 28 January 2009, 16:09   #458
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Scans are ok. I normally Scan things in 300DPI and resize them for the needs but 200 DPI is ok too. Keep going.
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Just my bit of knowledge (I'm a graphic artist).

The best way is:
- scanning at 600 dpi (color or bw)
- de-screening (the descreen utility for Photoshop, by Sattva, is probably the best)
- scaling down to 300 dpi
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What does descreening do?
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