Anyone? Anyone?

So, I think I've got most of the big bugs out of the website now. I'd appreciate comments form anyone who's found a problem, but remember that none of the product pages (names like AG0000.php) are converted yet, so don't worry about them. Please post your note as a comment to this blog entry by hitting the "comments" link below, then scrolling to the bottom of the next page and hitting "post a comment". Thanks for your help!


  1. FYI, the Ars Magica 5th edition picture links to That link doesn't work. Rest of the site looks awsome!

  2. The site look great, but on an 800 x 600 display, it's just a few pixels too big on the right-hand side (assuming there's a scroll bar over there, as there is on all the pages I've seen), which rather annoyingly cuts off the last few letters of any text over there.

    Scott Orr

  3. Scott Orr --

    Can you send me a screen shot?

  4. The link on page
    to the Ars Magica Writer's Guide links to the 2002 4th edition version, alas.

    Sheila Thomas

  5. On the Ars Magica 5e page, the link to the Semita Errabunda general description isn't finding the file. Did the file get lost? Renamed? Or Removed For Dire Purposes Unspeakable?

    Bob Portnell

  6. I just fixes Semita Errabunda. I know David gave me the new writer's guidelines, but I just asked him for the most recent version. It'll go up as soon as he has a chance to send it.

  7. Actually, the new Ars Magica Writers' Guidelines are confidential, and thus won't be going on the web. Obviously I never got around to telling Michelle this... Sorry about that.

  8. Following the retailer locater link, then clicking on California pops me to the Dispatches: News from Atlas Games Special Ops Quarterly Drawing Blog entry.

    Doing further clicking I find that clicking on any state does the same thing.

    Thought you might want to know.


  9. Aaack! How weird! However, seeing as how we'll be switching over to an entirely new system for the retailer locator at the end of the week, I'm inclined not to worry about it. More on that when it goes live ...