hey stone ...
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
have a sip of water, take a deeeep breath and relax
if you put your mouse at the bottom of the page, a box pops up ..
enter a page number in the box and go directly to whatever page you want to go to ...
or just download the pdf, and enter the pagenumber to go to in the box ...
enjoy your coffee !
I was on my ipad... I had to click page by page... I got to page 10 and said screw this ... LOL
Originally Posted by jnanian
It's better on the Computer... I wasn't that upset, just think it's silly to format it that way.
I haven't had any issues with the format. Everything's clear and only took awhile loading at the beginning.
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
As far as the recipes being after the photos...I would think a rational reason would be that people who haven't tried it may want to have an idea of the quality offered...before they bother looking at recipes. If the results aren't up to standard, why would I want to see the recipes? So when I looked at it, I wanted to see resulting images before the recipes.
To each their own, but no need to call the people who assembled and designed the book idiotic.
The Caffenol Cookbook
I think giving examples of image with each type of recipe would make more sense...
Originally Posted by starcade design
Again I was on my iPad, I didn't have any loading time issues but on the iPad it licks you into the "mobile" site which is limited and you have to go page by law, also they have fixed it since I'm told.
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I have no problem with the format... just disappointed I'm not in it.
Congratulations to all involved.
Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada
Ansel Adams had the Zone System... I'm working on the points
system. First I points it here, and then I points it there...
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Would anyone like some cheese with their whine? Changed to visible navigation (and changed the front and backcover), added print and thumbs, should be easier for ipad´ers to navigate too!?!
Well, I just went back for a second look and I now find it a very easy to use book to view. I especially like the little slider bar at the tope that allows me to precisely size the book to fit my laptop screen. Kudos!
That was marvelous, nice clean design, straightforward information, and some amazing photos, esp Mike Owen's and Erik Roberts. Oh my. This is reminiscent of the early Pictorialist era when the photographers drove innovation and invention rather than the manufacturers.
Kudos to those involved for the production and FREE distribution of information. Thank you.
I TOTALLY just resurrected this thread.
And I'm TOTALLY digging that online book.
... thank you for that! didn't see this in 2012, so was happy you did...
Originally Posted by ChristopherCoy
found the pdf version easily usable and worthwhile... thanks to you folks who contributed to it... now i'll try some caffenol developer!