bring bac k PDFS

Mac Format - - APPLE CORE -

As a long-time over­seas sub­scriber to the best damn Mac mag in the world, I still miss the now de­funct abil­ity to save ar­ti­cles as PDFs for fu­ture ref­er­ence. Imag­ine my de­light when I re­ceived an of­fer to com­bine my print sub­scrip­tion with a dig­i­tal one! But the dig­i­tal ver­sions don’t per­mit print­ing or sav­ing as a PDF. Your con­tent is too valu­able to dis­card. Howard Oak­ley’s ad­vice should be saved and eas­ily avail­able as re­quired.

In this dig­i­tal age, it’s ir­ra­tional to have to save each print edi­tion in one’s li­brary and then to en­gage in old-fash­ioned search and re­trieve meth­ods of find­ing what one is look­ing for. I am pre­pared to pay for the abil­ity to dig­i­tally save ar­ti­cles from your fan­tas­tic mag­a­zine.

Are you will­ing to make this pos­si­ble? by John M Bonn

Jo sa ys… Co­in­ci­den­tally, just ahead of re­ceiv­ing your email we were talk­ing with man­age­ment at our pub­lish­ing com­pany about the pos­si­bil­ity of some­thing like this. The ed­i­to­rial team agrees it would be a good thing to of­fer as a sub­scriber ben­e­fit, but it de­pends on man­age­ment’s agree­ment, as it would re­quire some back-end work on our sub­scrip­tions web­site. We can’t prom­ise it’ll hap­pen, but want to ac­knowl­edge we’ve heard your re­quest and will pass it up­wards.

The new Air sounds great, but it’s £1,399 if you want the 256GB stor­age we think is rea­son­able for most peo­ple.

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