Tuesday, June 28, 2011

New Lulu PDF Trial

As I mentioned, there will be issues involving the current crop of Stonehell PDFs available on Lulu starting in the middle of next month. I've been making the necessary changes behind the scenes to (hopefully) allow for an uninterrupted availability of those files. To make sure all is working as intended, I'll need a little help.

If you have a moment to spare, could you please download Stonehell Dungeon Supplement One: The Brigand Caves to your computer, mobile, or whatever medium you use to view such files? Please use the link in this post. This is not a new edition and is theoretically identical to the original. However, you may wish to save it in another location on your device so as to not overwrite your current working version just in case there is a problem.

Let me know if there are any issues in downloading or reading the PDF. I'll keep my fingers crossed.

14 comments:

nextautumn said...

No trouble whatsoever.

Anthony said...

Just tried it twice in Opera 11.11 and it crashed the browser both times.

Neil said...

Downloaded fine on the iPad and opened fine in Goodreader. I expect the same results on my Mac using Safari.

- Neil.

Neil said...

@Anthony - did you right click and select save as, or did you just click the link and it tries to display the PDF in the browser? Might be that Opera's PDF plug-in is broken.

- Neil.

Bob said...

I was able to download and read it just fine using IE 9. The only problem is that the cover shows the subtitle as Supplement Two: Buried Secrets, while everything else in the pdf indicates it should be Supplement One.

Anthony said...

@Neil

Thanks for the suggestion -- that worked, so I assume the problem is in Opera. Anyway, the supplement itself looked fine, other than the mislabled subtitle Bob notes.

Lord Gwydion said...

Looked fine in Firefox um, what version is this? 9 maybe?

Antion said...

Opens right up in Chrome, in browser.

But yeah, subtitle appears to be incorrect (show "Buried Secrets"). Otherwise looks good.

Michael Curtis said...

I have no idea how it got the old cover with the second supplement title. It's been fixed and should show up if you first delete the file with the bad cover and then download the new one.

brink. said...

Everything worked well for me (on a Mac running Firefox, if you must know).

James said...

D'loaded fine with Chrome.

Michael Curtis said...

Thank you all for taking the time to check this out for me. I'm now much more confident that the change-over won't be the nightmare I envisioned (other than correcting the links in various places).

I'll make a formal announcement once everything is swapped over and live.

Simon Forster said...

Worked fine for me too (using Google Chrome).

Lord Auron said...

Tried it in Safari, Opera, and Firefox. Crashed Safari and Opera, downloaded but was a corrupted mess through Firefox.