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Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 08 Feb 2011, 11:30
by TorbenGB
Here is an archive of the FingerWorks.com website from 2007, courtesy of ivanw.

It's my goal to convert the MHT files into regular webpages and host this archive in the same way we host the read-only FW forum archive. But until that's done, the archive is available here.

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 08 Feb 2011, 15:17
by TorbenGB
Note to self:
There's no need to manually save each MHT file as separate HTML/CSS/image files.
MHT files can be unpacked using extractors such as this one:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/O ... rter.shtml

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 09 Feb 2011, 15:43
by ivanw
Good finding! ...each day has it's load of good and bad things... does that mean that I must be ready to be hit by a bus now ?

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 09 Feb 2011, 15:53
by TorbenGB
Not by a bus -- this find wasn't that big. Maybe by a snowflake?

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 25 Apr 2011, 02:14
by tom
From your files and a few other bits 'n pieces I've put together this mirror:
http://www.dustyneuron.com/fingerworks/
Feel free to copy it - the more the better, I reckon!
There's also the wayback machine at http://web.archive.org, although it's currently down :o

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 25 Apr 2011, 17:13
by dongadoy
Awesome! You never know when that info will be handy.

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 27 Apr 2011, 11:02
by ivanw
tom wrote:From your files and a few other bits 'n pieces I've put together this mirror:
http://www.dustyneuron.com/fingerworks/


Google just knocked at my door this morning, telling me something happened concerning Fingerworks and walked me to your entry page... At first I did not understand what I was looking at... Kind of strange reminder of the past, then I had a look to my fingerfans View new post page and it made sense!

Great job! -- Perfection as would say 7o9 :wink:

BTW, If I did not react earlier it's because I recently found another matter to indulge into - yet another kind awesome stuff: Thrustmaster Warthog HOTAS + DCS: A-10C sim + TARGET scripting language ...just my way. Maybe I can get some to drown with me? ;)

Thanks tom ! Something that Apple won't keep buried under its pile of patents. In fact, it seems we can breathe without having to owe them after all.

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 27 Apr 2011, 20:17
by TorbenGB
Hello Tom, and welcome!

That website copy is awesome! I'd like to somehow include it here. Do you want me to link to your site (I could redirect the existing link in the Support Central), or would you prefer the whole thing to be hosted here? I'd be happy to receive e.g. a zipped copy to host.

Re: Copy of FingerWorks.com website

PostPosted: 02 May 2011, 17:46
by tom
Thanks all!

A link to my site would be cool, but for redundancy you could put up your version with this zip file: http://www.dustyneuron.com/fingerworks/fingerworks-dn-v1.zip (~30MB).