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Le 2011-05-14 13:04, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :

do you have a place that sells green LightScribe media? I have about 5
DVDs left, so I would need to buy more soon if I continue using them.

I normally buy mine in Canada from or BestBuy owns FutureShop but sometimes the price difference is considerable. I am sure that you can buy these locally.

I also agree with the comment that "lightscribed" discs tend to look
amateurish. However, from an amateurish point of view, they may look
more professional which may be fine for passing it on to new members.

For me, paper labels are worse than LightScribe labels. Also they tend
to bubble up in humid conditions, for some reason. So the only option is
to use direct printing to printable media. I hope to be able to buy one
in a few months. Then I will be set. The media does not cost too much
more, until you add the shipping. Maybe I will find some local business
that still sells them in 25 or 50 packs. I buy "normal" DVDs and CDs in
the 50-packs.

I also agree, I used to do paper labels, but never quite got it right. Direct printing is the best way to go.

Actually, if I knew that I would not have any expenses, except for food,
this month, I could buy it now. The printer have 5 color cartridges and
the black. Be cheaper than using a tri-color printer.

Hopefully, if enough people sign up on the membership chart, we could then work on community involvement in burning/printing up LibreOffice DVD and accompanying materials at no cost to the membership. We should really have a fundraising model for this type of thing.



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