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View Poll Results: Would you be interested in purchasing such a CDRom for $40.00?
Yes! 188 89.52%
No not really 22 10.48%
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Old November 17th, 2003, 09:45 PM
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Depending on price, yes I would be interested.

But I am more interested in FFE finishing out the CT Reprint run.
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Depending on price, yes I would be interested.

But I am more interested in FFE finishing out the CT Reprint run.
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Per the poll:

For $40 if it has a dozen or so books that I can copy text from (i.e. OCR) with errata at the *very* least included (if not fixed within).

Fancy packaging isn't that big a deal. Some basic label or text on the cd itself would be fine. Paper sleeves are ok though the slim cd jewel cases would also be fine.

Interactive forms would be great but I'd prefer to have the cd if having stuff like that caused too many problems.

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Per the poll:

For $40 if it has a dozen or so books that I can copy text from (i.e. OCR) with errata at the *very* least included (if not fixed within).

Fancy packaging isn't that big a deal. Some basic label or text on the cd itself would be fine. Paper sleeves are ok though the slim cd jewel cases would also be fine.

Interactive forms would be great but I'd prefer to have the cd if having stuff like that caused too many problems.

Casey
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Per the poll:

For $40 if it has a dozen or so books that I can copy text from (i.e. OCR) with errata at the *very* least included (if not fixed within).

Fancy packaging isn't that big a deal. Some basic label or text on the cd itself would be fine. Paper sleeves are ok though the slim cd jewel cases would also be fine.

Interactive forms would be great but I'd prefer to have the cd if having stuff like that caused too many problems.

Casey
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per Marc:

'So it should be clear that it would have the entire MT canon. In text editable and printable and searchable PDFs. '

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per Marc:

'So it should be clear that it would have the entire MT canon. In text editable and printable and searchable PDFs. '

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per Marc:

'So it should be clear that it would have the entire MT canon. In text editable and printable and searchable PDFs. '

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Any idea when this will be released?
Who will be distributing this?
When will you start taking advanced orders?
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When can I send the mony? [img]smile.gif[/img] [img]smile.gif[/img] [img]smile.gif[/img]
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Who will be distributing this?
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