[ModLib] The Great Gulliver Debate
ron at scribblemonger.com
Mon Sep 26 15:44:31 EDT 2016
That was not specifically mentioned; you can see the same thing on the
back where the "M" is on the edge. Also, the "SEND ME" text in the cut
out box is two lines on Matt's, typical of the wider #8 size. On the #7
size type g "written below:" is on a third line.
On Mon, September 26, 2016 3:18 pm, Chad Bernu wrote:
> I'm going with a trimmed jacket. Not only is the front graphic not
> centered vertically it is also off horizontally. If I'm not mistaken,
> which is happening increasingly often, standard 7's are shorter and
> narrower which would account for the front graphic shifting up (could
> have been down) and right. Excuse me if this point has already been made.
>> On Sep 26, 2016, at 1:56 PM, Ron Holl <ron at scribblemonger.com> wrote:
>> The link below provides comparisons between Matt's odd Gulliver and
>> standard off-the-shelf #7 and #8 stock.
>> A couple additional notes:
>> - The diameter of the circle on a #7 type g jacket is 2" and on the #8
>> type g jacket it is 2 3/16". Matt, can you measure the circle on the
>> odd Gulliver? Providing one of either diameter, radius, circumference,
>> or area will suffice.
>> - The height of the inner box (the blue area) on the front cover of a
>> Gulliver is 5" and the width is 3 5/8". Matt, can you measure that
>> - I've not seen 250 titles listed on a #7 type g jacket; it is always
>> or 268 or whatever and then says to choose from. Like it is an exact
>> number. With the #8 type g jacket it changed to "Over 250" titles to
>> choose from. Matt's jacket indicates the latter. I'd be interested to
>> know if anyone has a #7 type g that says "Over 250."
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