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Poll Option Votes Graph
$40 - 420x1204mm photo paper (metre+ wide!) 64
90% 
$30 - 297x851mm photo paper (A4 high A2 wide) 5
7% 
$20 - 420x1204mm regular paper 0
 
$15 - 297x851mm regular paper 0
 
These are all too expensive 1
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I know a cheaper printer 0
 
I want an even BIGGER poster 1
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Taipan Super Topo - Free to Download!

jay590
13/12/2011
7:25:55 PM
Thanks neil. Really appreciate it

Pat
13/12/2011
8:48:08 PM
Wasn't joking, but didn't know at the time of purchase that it wasn't money making - assumed it was and this shows how little I know about publishing.
Marssan
13/12/2011
9:30:22 PM
Awesome, thankyou!

Jodestar
13/12/2011
9:33:47 PM
Thanks Neil, you're a legend!
pecheur
13/12/2011
9:42:44 PM
Thanks Neil that's awesome.

Miguel75
13/12/2011
9:57:26 PM
Thanks for going to the trouble to find this pic. Absolutely awesome!
pecheur
13/12/2011
10:38:45 PM
On 13/12/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>On 13/12/2011 gfdonc wrote:
>>So did you happen to find my Crux #7 cover while you were poking around?
>>
>>
>
>That was an interesting photo that generated a bit of discussion
>about an "all backassward" (thanks Phil box), clip in progress.

Thank you M9 for digging that up, that was an awesome read.

Superstu
14/12/2011
7:50:05 AM
On 13/12/2011 nmonteith wrote:
>OK - try this people.
>
>http://www.4shared.com/document/aZDgMFPQ/TaipanTopoFinalA3.html


I follow the link and it wants to install some .exe virus/malware thingie.

Can you just flick me a copy in email and I'll post it somewhere safe, like Rockies or VCC websites?

nmonteith
14/12/2011
8:34:27 AM
On 14/12/2011 superstu wrote:
>I follow the link and it wants to install some .exe virus/malware thingie.
>
>Can you just flick me a copy in email and I'll post it somewhere safe,
>like Rockies or VCC websites?

Click on the blue download button in the middle of the page, not the big green one at the top of the page which is just a banner ad.

Organ Pipe
14/12/2011
8:48:21 AM
Thanks for putting it up Neil, downloaded it last night, happy dreams.


grantoss
14/12/2011
9:04:12 AM
On 13/12/2011 pecheur wrote:
>Thanks Neil that's awesome.

+1!
climberman
14/12/2011
10:33:42 AM
Ta !
rolsen1
14/12/2011
11:14:46 AM
Yep, thanks as well.

Duang Daunk
14/12/2011
11:28:37 AM
On 14/12/2011 Nmonteith wrote:
>On 14/12/2011 superstu wrote:
>>I follow the link and it wants to install some .exe virus/malware thingie.
>
>Click on the blue download button in the middle of the page, not the big
>green one at the top of the page which is just a banner ad.

Good trap Neil! Thanks for the download+.
tinman
19/12/2011
11:23:31 PM
thanks for the file :)

can anyone suggest a place to print the poster?

Neil
19/12/2011
11:37:53 PM
awesome thanks lots for that
gfdonc
20/12/2011
9:24:43 AM
On 19/12/2011 tinman wrote:
>can anyone suggest a place to print the poster?

Melbourne?
http://www.prismcolor.com.au

They can take large files via ftp and print longways to the full width of a roll of paper. Price list and dimensions on the web site.


ajfclark
20/12/2011
9:56:07 AM
I've had a few things printed on canvas and mounted by Genius: http://www.geniusprinting.com.au/
tinman
22/12/2011
11:55:46 PM
thank will check th3m out and yes im based in melb

cheers

tin
pecheur
23/12/2011
8:12:07 AM
On 22/12/2011 tinman wrote:
>thank will check th3m out and yes im based in melb
>
>cheers
>
>tin

(Not having a go at Neil), but before you print, when I did a quick calc, at the large poster size, there just weren't enough pixels to start with to make this sharp at 300 dpi. If you want a nice sharp poster you're going to have to drop it down a size, but then again if you're not getting too close to it the large size is probably okay.

I'd be interested to see what it looks like on canvas though, my gut feel tells me the route names wouldn't look that sharp, but I'd like to see it in the canvas.

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