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Valentin Crettaz
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Sun has put together a cool concept map on the Java technology that...
"...provides an overview for developers who are new to Java technology and an introduction for non-programmers who want to improve their ability to converse with developers."

Check it out at http://java.sun.com/developer/onlineTraining/new2java/javamap/intro.html
 
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very
 
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WOW!

Anyone tried printing it out? Does it fit nicely on a A3?
 
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The dimension of the document are 1079.5 x 776.1 mm which would nicely fit on an A0 sheet (1189 x 841 mm) I guess
 
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Yeah, it's really informative for Java aspirants... Cool!!!
 
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Havent thought before that SUN will publish such a map.

Thanks for informing.

Nick
 
Chengwei Lee
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Originally posted by Valentin Crettaz:
The dimension of the document are 1079.5 x 776.1 mm which would nicely fit on an A0 sheet (1189 x 841 mm) I guess


wow, A0... the copiers in the office prints A3 max... a pity...

 
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Why would they use Macromedia Flash to publish such a document and not do it with an applet?
 
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wow, A0... the copiers in the office prints A3 max... a pity...

I have printed it on A4 sheets using the Poster feature of my printer, maybe you should investigate whether you can do that, too
 
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Originally posted by Valentin Crettaz:
wow, A0... the copiers in the office prints A3 max... a pity...

I have printed it on A4 sheets using the Poster feature of my printer, maybe you should investigate whether you can do that, too


I've tried printing the pdf file on A4 paper, but the words seemed too small to be read. You mean you could see everything clearly on your printout?
 
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I have used the Poster feature of the printer so that the whole map gets printed on 4x4 A4 sheets and I don't have to buy a magnifier to read the stuff
 
Chengwei Lee
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Wow, thats why cool! Could you tell me which printer (brand/model) you using? Or which software you installed to enable printing of poster?

Many thanks!

 
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Wow...!!

Its really nice.....



can anyone plssssssssssssssssssssssss tell me
how to get a print out of this map...
 
Valentin Crettaz
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Originally posted by Cheng Wei Lee:
Wow, thats why cool! Could you tell me which printer (brand/model) you using? Or which software you installed to enable printing of poster?

Many thanks!



It's an HP Laserjet 2300dn. The software is bundled with the printer
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Chengwei Lee
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I'm using a Xerox here & I managed to print the map on poster mode, however, the output isn't that fantastic as I anticipated. The fine-prints aren't that clear & the boundaries aren't clearly matched.
 
Valentin Crettaz
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You're gonna have to blame Sun for that
 
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Yep, was wondering why couldn't they make it available as an image file instead
 
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I just got round to converting the pdf file- a nice 85mb BMAP! I also did the history of programming languages poster at the same time. Ive put them both in a zip which is 5mb. If anyone would like me to send them (assumming its allowed) I can email it, if anyone wants!
 
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I am happy to send a printed copy of the poster to anyone who is interested. Just send me an email!

- Audrey
audcrane@dubberly.com
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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