Re: Harmonigopher FAQ
I've got alot to say about all this, but I don't have the time right
now (too damn many programs to do).
I'll just address (briefly) the things in this message (since I
thought I could do it quickly). #:)
timm@xxxxxxxxxx (Tim Moody) writes:
>To Jack Ely,
>: Perhaps selecting HARMONICA TYPES from the main menu could open up a
>: sub-menu such as....
>: HARMONICA TYPES
>: 1. The 4 (?) major types of harmonica
>: 2. A brief history of the harmonica
>: 3. Development of the major types... (might come under #2 above)
>: 4. Detailed descriptions of various harmonicas
>: 5. ASCII layouts of ....(maybe include with #3 above)
I like the thoughts Jack (and Winslow who started us off on this one).
>Jack, this is the Gopher. Why not a gif of the different layouts? ASCII
>varies from editor to editor. It seems more suitable to gopher use.
Tim makes a good point, we SHOULD use picture files to represent this
things. But I think we should ALSO use the ASCII pictures. Not
everybody in this wonderful CyberWorld have the neat-O picture viewing
capabilities that some of us have.... So we need to have some sort of
goodies for the TEXT-only viewers as well as the Fully Graphics
Capable systems (I use TEXT-only terminals most of the time myself).
Besides, I just LOVE Jack's ASCII Harps...they're so neat....
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