Talk:Commodore 64 Programmer's Reference Guide

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A very good article, but I have a few things to remark:

  • It is better and easier to use the code text format only for programming code and for the table of contents.
  • Using low tables are also better.
  • Please, see the similair article on We using there only a correct quotation with references in normal wiki text format. The advantage is, that you can format the text and insert picture easier.
  • Please, use only reviews copies from not commercial websites. It is better to use only own reviews!
  • Another short remark: I hope, you use only own pictures or you have ask the photographer! --Jodigi 22:54, 27 September 2014 (CEST)
Jodigo, thanks. I'll answer the bullets in the same order:
  • Understood. However using normal text to clarify the text simply looks awful. Having a monotype font available just looked much better.
  • I do not know what low tables are. Is that CSS?
  • I looked on with no luck. It did not appear by typing "Programmer's Reference Guide" neither was it obvious on the "Literatur und Medien" portal.
  • I used the Amazon quote because nobody has reviewed the book. It looked better than being blank. I'll just have to review it myself!
  • The pictures can be used under "fair use" as "criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright". Each website on which I found the pictures also allowed them to be reproduced for non-commercial purposes. Amazon and eBay do not own the copyright of the CBM book, and by using the pictures solely for "comment" or "research" I am not taking custom from the third party vendors. :--Charliefourzero 23:38, 27 September 2014 (CEST)
Thanks for your answers. Sorry for the confusion! I mean with low table, that tables not should be used for design the whole articles. Please, use wikitables only for real tables!
The German title of this book is "Alles über den C64". Now the ilink is in the article! --Jodigi 05:55, 28 September 2014 (CEST)