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POLL: Rulebooks: Hardbacks or Paperbacks?


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unknown member writes:

I like the THW way, PDF for downloading – instant gratification – and for a few dollars more the softcover hard copy in the mail. Just like books (ever the printer's child) I prefer the heft of a booklet but can use the iBook app.

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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
perfectbound
7
4%
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no preference
41
23%
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coilbound
5
3%
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serial binding
0
0%
 
looseleaf
7
4%
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spiralbound
42
24%
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hardback
28
16%
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PDF
12
7%
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other (explain)
6
3%
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paperback
30
17%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

unknown member asks:

Do people actually play wargames with hardback books? Despite the nice appearance with lots of pictures, hardback books seem very impractical when looking up rules during a game.

So here is the question concerning the presentation and format of rules. Which do you prefer:

Poll set up by unknown member, based on this pre-poll discussion.