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    Slavomir,

    As Norway is outside the European Union, are the euro prices on your site completely exclusive of tax?

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    Yes. Our prices are exclusive of taxes. Tax could be added at the customs of your country. Depends of amout materials ordered.

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    Thanks for making that clear. As you're online, have you heard anything more about the fomatone emulsion on a white base paper that was mentioned sometime last year?

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    Is´nt it Fomatone MG 532 II? Closes to white fomatone we´ve got?

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    Slavomir,

    I think this was supposed to be a gloss surface. I'll try and find the reference:

    http://www.timrudman.com/newsletters...009-newsletter

    'The good news:
    Foma show no signs of reducing their range of excellent papers, which lith well. On the contrary, in addition to the recently introduced foma 123, with a surface similar to Agfa MCC they are shortly bringing out Fomatome 133, the Fomatone warm tone emulsion with the MCC-like surface. Freestyle should have this in stock in the next month or so.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    Slavomir,

    I think this was supposed to be a gloss surface. I'll try and find the reference:

    http://www.timrudman.com/newsletters...009-newsletter

    'The good news:
    Foma show no signs of reducing their range of excellent papers, which lith well. On the contrary, in addition to the recently introduced foma 123, with a surface similar to Agfa MCC they are shortly bringing out Fomatome 133, the Fomatone warm tone emulsion with the MCC-like surface. Freestyle should have this in stock in the next month or so.'

    Tom
    I was just in Prague a couple of weeks ago - visited the FOMA store.
    He told me about this paper, and that it is on its way.
    He had examples of it, but not paper in the store yet.

    however, the fotoSkoda (the big store) had it on the shelves...

    So it is there!

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    Emil,

    This news is very interesting as I would use a lot more Fomatone MG if available in the new surface and colour. I should note that Tim Rudman published the comment on April 30, 2009. i.e. just over a year ago. Wasn't Foma supposed to have bought up some old Agfa stock to coat their Fomabrom Variant emulsion on, e.g. 111 type?

    Is fotoSkoda a factory store?

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Lindan View Post
    This use of "sensible" seems common in Europe. If you look in a Langenscheidt dictionary it is easy to see how the confusion arises.
    This sentence in common swedish: Vad är du för en? Jag känner inte igen dig translated word for word would in english become: What are you for one? I feel not again you.

    Känner can mean feel and know. Känna igen = feel again = recognize = get the feeling (again) about knowing (about) something/someone.

    Sensitive = känslig in swedish, and the word have the same root as känna. It's also related to sensible.
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    I have unfortunately not heard from the factory yet... but I just sent another mail, and attached a couple of images, so they (and you) can see the problem your selves...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails transperant-lid-1.jpg   transperant-lid-2.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    I have unfortunately not heard from the factory yet... but I just sent another mail, and attached a couple of images, so they (and you) can see the problem your selves...
    Wohow... :o that is not just a "little" bit transparent, but a whole lot... Now if they had inadvertently chosen red lids, the problem might have been a bit less acute...

    Still, good to hear you managed to safe most of the emulsion.
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