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Postby Fab » 22 Jun 2007 08:43

The easy way was given by Kanzi.

I now have them all.
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Postby Harry » 22 Jun 2007 09:52

MATT!!! YOU ARE MY HERO!! IT WORKS! :)

thx mate!
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Postby Fab » 22 Jun 2007 11:39

BTW Harry, you mentionned something about the various authorships in Mair's books, but I can't remember what...
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Postby Axel » 24 Jun 2007 09:27

Angantyr wrote:Nice find, its beautifull! I am only waiting for the day someone makes a good translation and sends it out in a nice package, all in collor of course...

edit: Right click seems to work for me so far...


It seems some ARMA members working on a translation of the polearms section of Mair.

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Postby Anders Linnard » 24 Jun 2007 15:24

I am sure it works fine. But not for me. I tried following your instructions, but there is something I am missing I suppose.

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Postby Brian Hunt » 02 Jul 2007 01:14

It seems some ARMA members working on a translation of the polearms section of Mair.


Hi that would be David Knight and myself. The translation is actually done and in the printers hands. We are just waiting for Palladin publishing to tell us when the printing is done and to announce a release date. Unfortunalty due to a changing of the guard over at Palladin things are a little behind schedule in this department so while the release was supposed to be this year, it may have been delayed to 2008. :(

thanks for the interest

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Postby Axel » 02 Jul 2007 08:48

Brian Hunt wrote:
It seems some ARMA members working on a translation of the polearms section of Mair.


Hi that would be David Knight and myself. The translation is actually done and in the printers hands. We are just waiting for Palladin publishing to tell us when the printing is done and to announce a release date. Unfortunalty due to a changing of the guard over at Palladin things are a little behind schedule in this department so while the release was supposed to be this year, it may have been delayed to 2008. :(

thanks for the interest

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Hi Brian, thats great news, thanks for the effort you and David are putting in for HEMA!

Do you have any thoughts of working with the other sections of Mair aswell?
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Postby Brian Hunt » 02 Jul 2007 21:56

Yes I do,

I currently have several sections of the manual translated and I am in the middle of typing up and refining them. I plan to release it in sections since the thing is so big and the cost to get permission to print the images is horribly prohibitive, so unfortunatly the images will be in black and white because the cost to obtain color images would never be realized by a publisher. Vienna quoted something like 10,000 dollars to obtain and use color images of the manuscript, but the folks at the Dresden gave us permission to use the black and white images we already have that was affordable. I wanted to do color but that quickly became out of reach. :(

There will also be an upcoming book (that I am not currently allowed to say much about) that will have translations of Mair's flail and peasant staff plates that I did.

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Postby Axel » 02 Jul 2007 23:37

Brian,

even without color plates, you already have a dedicated fan here :D.


Im too technically challenged to
understand how to use Kanzi's instructions, but when I click on the thumbnails "save image as" they are saved in original size, I got myself a new screensaver.
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Kanzis Instructions dumbed down

Postby Paul B » 03 Jul 2007 09:01

To those who cannot get Kanzi's downloader thingy to work:

1 - install the downloader program from his first post

2 - open your web browser and look at one of the pages in the manuscript. You dont have to do anything more with the browser.

3 - Go to your destop and look in >start menu >programs>accessories and open notepad.

4 - paste the command lines as in his post into the notepad.
eg) fusk http://mdz10.bib-bvb.de/~db/bsb00006570 ... b00006570_[00001-00626].jpg

5 - go to >file >save as

6 - save the notepad file as "Mair1.flux" - making sure to change the file type drop-down menu to "All files" - this is just underneath where you type in the file name when saving. You will have to type in the ".flux" part of the file name as well. Save it to your desktop.

7 - close the notepad and look at the desktop. You should now see your flux file on there with an odd icon - blue lettering "URL toys"

8 - double click on that file. You will get a pop-up window with several option buttons. Click on "Download/Get"

The downloading will commence - it will save the images in a file folder called "00001" on your desktop.

Only for personal use now- copyright theft makes baby jesus cry.

Cheers Matt!
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