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battleeditor Sponsoring Member of TMP01 Dec 2010 12:20 p.m. PST

Thanks to Midpoint, who has started another thread, but I wanted to point out to everyone that Battlegames 24 came back from the printers today and Caliver Books will be posting out to all 'paper' subscribers over the next few days.

Issue 24 can be ordered as a stand alone issue on paper at link and as a PDF download at link

If you haven't done so already, you can also sign up to our e-newsletter on the home page at (make sure your browser has JavaScript enabled).

I also have a handful of people who have signed up to the digital subscription, but whose notification emails bounced back this afternoon! Please ensure that I have your up-to-date email address and that it can accept incoming emails from!

Would the following people please get in touch via henry at battlegames dot co dot uk so that I can send their download links:

T Ponikiewski of Poland
D Williams of Australia

And finally, I'm looking at other e-publishing formats for the future too, though the iPad app GoodReader seems to be keeping people happy, and though it's tiny, I know I can read the PDf just fine on my iPhone too!


Not a Happy Bunny Fezian Inactive Member01 Dec 2010 2:45 p.m. PST

And if you aren't a subscriber, you jolly well ought to be. Battlegames is what a good wargames mag ought to be a pot-pourri of wargaming delights. Plenty of variety, plenty to read, plenty to look at and plenty to inspire you and get you thinking about the hobby.

My digital copy of issue 24 turned up this afternoon, and I have spent each of my few spare minutes since reading it. In fact, what am I doing typing this?



Who asked this joker01 Dec 2010 3:31 p.m. PST

Nah! I am not a subscriber. The higher price for non-subscribers is what keeps Henry in furs. Just doing my bit. grin


battleeditor Sponsoring Member of TMP01 Dec 2010 7:29 p.m. PST

The only furs I'll see are the ones currently being worn by polar bears roaming the snowdrifts of Sussex at the moment!


Craig Ambler Inactive Member10 Dec 2010 10:53 a.m. PST

Just got my Hard Copy today. Seems a good issue which after the last one is a nice surprise.

Well worth getting.


Jemima Fawr Inactive Member11 Feb 2011 11:45 p.m. PST

Henry, what's your e-mail address? Your website assumes that everyone uses MS Outlook, which I don't, sorry.



Count Belisarius Inactive Member12 Feb 2011 12:56 a.m. PST

If you are clicking on the link at the bottom of the page then if it isn't opening in your chosen email client then you have your default applications set wrong. This can be changed under preferences in Firefox. Not sure on IE as I don't do Microsoft.

It works fine for me launching Thunderbird under Linux. If you hover on the link you should also see at the bottom info bar in your browser.

Hope that helps.


battleeditor Sponsoring Member of TMP12 Feb 2011 7:38 a.m. PST


Sorry you've had trouble with the link, but my website doesn't "assume" anything -- it's just standard HTML code with a 'mailto' link. As a Mac user, I'm even less likely to make any such assumptions! :-)

As Andy has kindly indicated, the address is info at battlegames dot co dot uk.


Jemima Fawr Inactive Member12 Feb 2011 8:46 a.m. PST

Thanks Henry. My apologies – it was late and I was frustrated that I couldn't us the link and couldn't find the e-mail address written in plain text anywhere that I could cut 'n' paste into Hotmail. Sorry if I seemed snippy.

Unfortunately I don't have any control over the geriatric computer settings at work. Whenever I click on an e-mail link it tells me that my user is not entitled to use MS Outlook for external e-mail links. I did try hovering over the link, but nothing appears. Grrr.

Anyhoo, I've got an article for you – I'll drop you an e-mail.



10thFoot Inactive Member13 Feb 2011 2:44 p.m. PST

If you right click on the link, it should offer you the option to copy email shortcut. Then paste it into your email.

Jemima Fawr Inactive Member13 Feb 2011 4:27 p.m. PST

Cheers. Unfortunately, work has also de-activated all right-click functions… I ask you… Anyone would think that they wanted people working productively instead of browsing the web! ;o)

Count Belisarius Inactive Member14 Feb 2011 12:21 a.m. PST

That sounds a tad draconian! They're quite strict at my place, but a I work in the IT department I know how to circumvent most of the lockdowns! :) And besides, I'm a good foot taller than the IT security guy so he doesn't hassle me!


Jemima Fawr Inactive Member15 Feb 2011 6:44 a.m. PST

Unfortunately it's a national server (Network Rail) and the nearest IT bloke is 200 miles away from me! :o)

Marc the plastics fan16 Feb 2011 3:50 a.m. PST

Well stop surfing and make my trains run on time :-)

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