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Subject:Re: Printing on CD Recordables From:scot <scot -at- HCI -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 24 May 1996 09:33:28 +1000
At 09:33 23/05/96 CDT, XBJH%mimi -at- magic -dot- itg -dot- ti -dot- com wrote:
>From: Bill Hartzer XBJH
>Subj: Re: Printing on CD Recordables
>>"You're not likely to be able to print anything on the R-CD itself. Just ma
>>the title on it as neat as you can with a felt tip marker. Make sure you
>>stick to the ink printed area. Maybe a -small- sticky label will be ok, but
>>I am not sure. Try putting a small label on a CD-rom demo that you have (an
>>don't mind sacrificing) and test to see if you can still read it in a drive
>Scott from HCI Consulting is absolutely wrong in what he said. IT IS NOT
I'm absolutely wrong in that I said to try a test first? So taking someone's
word on faith is better than trying it for yourself.
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