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Old 20 April 2005, 14:30   #31
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Old 20 April 2005, 14:43   #32
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Old 20 April 2005, 14:55   #33
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hey there, most welcome

just had a look at the pages, and the commentary is very good!!! just some helpful criticism though, the layout of the pics with text may need tweaking, and on one where you used yellow text, it may be an idea to find somthing which shows up better as at one point i had to glare a bit closer. obviously these are just little tiny things to think about, but i would say for a first set of issues, very good, and its always nice if a magazine takes the suggestions of its readers, unlike those other rib magazines out there, haha
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thanks xpertski

with that page w/ the yellow text we spent a whole week trying to find something that would work. The problem is we really liked the picture and didn't want to compromise it by adding white text box. In the print version of that issue it should be a lot easier to read.

as far as the pictures. Every issue so far as been different as we try to figure out what works best and what people want to see so I would love to hear what you think. How would you like to see the pictures laid out on the pages?
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There's only one RIB International eh Andre

I will subscribe being vaguely North American now.
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Old 21 April 2005, 17:54   #38
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what does being a trade member involve?

please dont say more work {crosses fingers}
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Erica,
It involves you taking out a subscription (a modest amount) to contribute to the upkeep of this fine website. Would seem like the decent thing to do as you have got some subscribers to your magazine by posting here.

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Or contact John Kennett who is master of all that you survey here, benevolent dictator, tall bloke and webmaster!
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