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Thank you so much for archiving these. 

 

I don't know if you know this or not but when scanning manuals, if you stick a black piece of paper behind the page your scanning, it will reduce the amount of bleed-through from the back side of the page.

 

I have done a few manuals myself.

 

https://archive.org/details/@allan52

 

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44 minutes ago, Allan said:

Thank you so much for archiving these. 

 

I don't know if you know this or not but when scanning manuals, if you stick a black piece of paper behind the page your scanning, it will reduce the amount of bleed-through from the back side of the page.

 

I have done a few manuals myself.

 

https://archive.org/details/@allan52

 

Thanks for the tip.  Now I nee to find a black piece of paper.

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3 hours ago, SoulBuster said:

Bellcom Public Domain 30

Just to let you know that this is disk D30, I believe the D stands for double density. There are over 100 disks in the Bellcom Dnnn series, and over 700 in the nnn series.

 

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4 hours ago, BillC said:

Just to let you know that this is disk D30, I believe the D stands for double density. There are over 100 disks in the Bellcom Dnnn series, and over 700 in the nnn series.

D=Double Sided Theme Disks

 

Interestingly this is 2 90k SD disks, whereas the copy from the PoolDisk is 2 130k ED disks. The 1989 Bellcom catalog describes D-30 as "THE DIGITAL EDITOR" whereas 1992 Bellcom catalog calls it "D-30 THE NEW DIGITAL EDITOR v. 3.6".  This one appears to be the earlier version.

 

BTW, Disk 12 above is an exact match for the version on the Pooldisk.

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2 hours ago, Atari_Ace said:

D=Double Sided Theme Disks

 

Interestingly this is 2 90k SD disks, whereas the copy from the PoolDisk is 2 130k ED disks. The 1989 Bellcom catalog describes D-30 as "THE DIGITAL EDITOR" whereas 1992 Bellcom catalog calls it "D-30 THE NEW DIGITAL EDITOR v. 3.6".  This one appears to be the earlier version.

 

BTW, Disk 12 above is an exact match for the version on the Pooldisk.

I checked the Page6 PD library, both versions are available:

DS#59 - THE DIGITAL EDITOR

DS#69 - THE NEW DIGITAL EDITOR

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