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digital subscription with archives accessibility question?

Postby kernel09 » Wed Oct 16, 2013 4:00 pm

Hi,
i plan on subscribing the digital version of this magazine.
but i'd like to go through some of the archives to read some contents there as well.
i think only the print subscriber be able to access archive section. i'm not in the UK and i'm in US and i know it takes few weeks to get here so thought i rather subscribe digital version of it so i can use in my ipad to read.
but some of the archives seems so important for me to go over and i'm wondering is print subscription the only option?
if so how long would it take here to reach in US...like timeframe after it releases.

thanks much.
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Postby net-knave » Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:49 am

I live in California and have had a hard-copy subscription for the past couple of years. I have not paid real close attention, but my impression is that my LXF issue has always arrived within a couple of weeks of my seeing the 'on sale now' announcements.
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Postby kernel09 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:18 pm

net-knave wrote:I live in California and have had a hard-copy subscription for the past couple of years. I have not paid real close attention, but my impression is that my LXF issue has always arrived within a couple of weeks of my seeing the 'on sale now' announcements.


thanks for the info.
i wonder how many days would be home delivery after it hit newsstand in US.
i won't mind to get digital but sometimes it would be very nice to have archive to go back & grab some stuffs to read.
by the way i'm in north cali.

thanks
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digital subscription with archives accessibility question

Postby DavidMcCrossan » Mon Oct 28, 2013 2:08 pm

Hi Guys!
I am a Brit living in Spain and I received LXF177 today, which has been the norm for the last few years. I got the slow burro again.
To be fair, it has never failed to deliver, so I just wait and read the posts of others who got the hard copy earlier.
Now I will sit in the corner and read LXF from cover to cover - O happy day!
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Postby towy71 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 2:24 pm

Re the post and your sig, when you're in the corner I hope you ain't el caganer ;-)
still looking for that door into summer
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Postby DavidMcCrossan » Mon Oct 28, 2013 5:39 pm

Hi Towy!

Not in Collins 5th ed Spanish - possibly a bit rude??

Still in shorts and clear blue skies abound, but all this is about to change....

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Postby towy71 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 7:12 pm

still looking for that door into summer
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Postby DavidMcCrossan » Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:23 pm

Hi Wylie!

Thanx for the HUD.

From the latin, just because you are in the mire does not mean that you necessarily created said mire. Only that you appear to have a lot clinging nearby.

The Nativity Cribs in this region do feature the Caganer as a feature, even tho´ Catalonia is way to the North.

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