Sega2.doc Scans now in PDF

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Sega2.doc Scans now in PDF

Post by TulioAdriano » Fri Aug 17, 2007 4:25 pm

When you are bored without much stuff to do at work, what do you do?

Help the Sega Development community, of course! :D

I compiled all scans published by Eke on the other topic into a single PDF file. The size didn't reduce, but now you can read it at once without the need to be comming back and forward on the index page.

Also I added links to both Software and Sound indexes also a supplementary index was added on the sound part.

Here's the link, I recommend that you right click and save as instead of just click because some browesers may try to open on the Adobe Reader plugin: ... Manual.pdf

I don't know how long I may hold that link on the server (due to the file size), maybe 1 month, maybe forever, so feel free to copy and publish on your development websites!

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Post by TmEE co.(TM) » Fri Aug 17, 2007 6:49 pm

Awesome job !!!
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Post by commodorejohn » Sat Aug 18, 2007 1:48 am

Thanks, except that PDF is evil.

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Post by 8bitwizard » Sat Aug 18, 2007 2:48 pm

commodorejohn wrote:Thanks, except that PDF is evil.
Only if you don't use a Mac. Adobe's PDF viewer and web plugin for Windows takes forever to start up, which is the true evil, but OS X uses PDF as its basic graphics model and comes with a viewer which supported it from the start.

And this is nothing more than a bundling of the Rex Sabio gifs into a big PDF for convienence. I've done that to a few of the docs already in the process of trying to OCR them. It's separating the pictures from the text that is the hard part, and I haven't done any of that yet.

Anyhow, I've got an HTML version at but it's based on the old Word->HTML conversion and still missing those couple of pages about sprites.

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