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Poster: Jason Scott Date: Mar 15, 2021 2:49pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: HTML files do not work.

Hi, Henri.

In the name of security, HTML in the main public collections doesn't "just work" anymore. That said, we're now tracking down legitimate examples of hosting via this method, and moving them to where they will work.

I moved your item to another collection, and it should be working now. Let me know if more items need to move.

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Poster: dadadies Date: Dec 10, 2021 2:20am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: HTML files do not work.

I Jason. I registered to thank you for helping archive In-Mood - Last Unicorn. It's no longer on YouTube except a really low quality version. I want you to know that I have at least $1,000 waiting for you in the near future for this specific archive. I thank you and archive.org for your works. I apologize for posting here but I see no other way to contact you. Unfortunately no one archived a homemade music video called Roman Tombs - Maybe Tomorrow, unless I am remembering the title wrong. Of all videos and things i have searched for for years, that is the thing that has disappeared perhaps forever and it pains me greatly. Thanks again.

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Poster: E Pelaez Date: Sep 28, 2021 6:05pm
Forum: forums Subject: The Avalon project

I would love to learn more about the band or more music from them a buddy of mine was a fan and I’d love to show him more!

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Poster: dddexperiments Date: Mar 16, 2021 11:37pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: HTML files do not work.

It is working now indeed, thank you so much Jason!

If possible, I have 3 more items that would be benefit from HTML being enabled as well:
- https://archive.org/details/seattle_artzoom_panorama : one of the first gigapixel panorama captured.
- https://archive.org/details/photosynth_ps1_dddexperiments_selection : my selection of photosynth 1.
- https://archive.org/details/photosynth_ps1_of_dddexperiments : another selection of photosynth 1.

The last 2 can be viewed online with a hacky webgl viewer but I also built a viewer using Electron which let us experience the original thing using silverlight + firefox portable (I'm planning to write another post to describe how it works and share the download links).

Thanks again for your help!
--Henri

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Poster: dddexperiments Date: Apr 10, 2021 2:27pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: HTML files do not work.

Would it be possible to also move the following 3 entries to the "Microsites: Small HTML Cul-de-Sacs" collections?
(see context in previous messages)

- https://archive.org/details/seattle_artzoom_panorama : one of the first gigapixel panorama captured.
- https://archive.org/details/photosynth_ps1_dddexperiments_selection : my selection of photosynth 1.
- https://archive.org/details/photosynth_ps1_of_dddexperiments : another selection of photosynth 1.

Thanks again for your help fixing the photosynth2 archive entry!
(https://archive.org/download/photosynth_ps2_heroes/index.html)

Best regards,
--Henri

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Poster: Jeff Kaplan Date: Apr 10, 2021 11:21pm
Forum: forums Subject: Re: HTML files do not work.

moved.

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Poster: assenort@netscape.net Date: Mar 19, 2021 5:33am
Forum: forums Subject: Re: HTML files do not work.

Hi Jason:

First, I hope you see this post, and second, I apologize in advance for using someone else's thread in regard to something that concerns me and has nothing to do with the topic at hand. The reason is that I just cannot figure out how otherwise to contact you personally with my question (which is very frustrating since such basic functionality should exists on this site).

With all this said, here is my question - a few years back you uploaded this:

https://archive.org/details/Corel_Painter_6_for_Macintosh_and_Windows_Corel2000Disc_2

and I was wondering if you have and could upload CD1 of this program. I have been looking for years for the full version of it (2 CDs) for PC, and it frustrates me to no end that CD1 uploaded on Archive.org is only the Apple Macintosh version.

Hope you respond to my post. Thank you very much for your attention.

Kind regards!

assenort@netscape.net