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xenophobe
11-23-2006, 1:55 AM
Please make a file for this at this location.... there are dozens of websites that have linked to it at this address:

http://www.calguns.net/a_california_arak.htm


There are also formatting issues.


Just FYI.

Kestryll
11-23-2006, 8:43 PM
Good idea, I have reset the link on the front page and renamed the file. The links elsewhere should now work.

As far as the formatting goes, I don't have the original to work with or from. The file was not part of the database I got from Ramon and Bill was using Calguns as live storage. What I have now is a copy I was able to salvage from a Google/Yahoo cached display. I copied the bolding and italics as best i could but it was a salvage operation.
What are the issues with the formatting? Maybe they can be fixed.

blacklisted
11-24-2006, 9:14 AM
Kestryll:

I have the original, recovered from the web archive.

http://thegunwiki.com/pub/Gunwiki/HistoryOLL/a_california_arak.htm

There are a few formatting issues, such as ' being replaced with "�" and bullets being replaced by "▪", but it's probably better to work with than the other version you have.

Good idea, I have reset the link on the front page and renamed the file. The links elsewhere should now work.

As far as the formatting goes, I don't have the original to work with or from. The file was not part of the database I got from Ramon and Bill was using Calguns as live storage. What I have now is a copy I was able to salvage from a Google/Yahoo cached display. I copied the bolding and italics as best i could but it was a salvage operation.
What are the issues with the formatting? Maybe they can be fixed.

grammaton76
11-24-2006, 1:52 PM
Kestryll:

I have the original, recovered from the web archive.

http://thegunwiki.com/pub/Gunwiki/HistoryOLL/a_california_arak.htm

Yeah, I think Bill saved it in unicode, which explains all the funky characters and such. There was a LOT OF Microsoft markup that was playing havoc with the CSS on thegunwiki, too. It certainly wasn't "lean HTML". :)