Firstly, check the following list of required box scans needed to complete the archive. We don’t want anyone to waste their time scanning something that’s already available!
Space Fox, Space Shark, Solitaire & Cribbage, Solitaire Volume II, Mad Match, Mean 18 Famous Course Volumes, Mighty Marvel/Mighty Nerd and Hostage.
Color Plus, Designer Prints, Designer Puzzles, Mercury, Smart Money, Master Tracks Jnr, Nexus, ANSITerm v2.1, PMP FAX, ProTERM 3.1, Prosel, Font Factory, Independence, Life Guard, Prism, SuperConvert 4, Switch It!, Flash Boot, Hyperlaunch, Second Chance, Transprog III, VirusMD, FAXination, Beagle Compiler, Call Box, GSBasic, Lisa816.v5.433, LogoWriter GS, Spectra Graphix 256.
Color 'n' Canvas, Kid Writer Gold, Reading Magic - Jack & the Beanstalk, Once Upon a Time I & III, Storybook Weaver, My Paint, Mr Py and I, Inner Body Works, InfoLab Chemistry & Life Science, Animal Tracker, Dueling Questions, Volcanoes Deluxe, First Letters, First Shapes, KidTalk, MathTalk Fractions, Mad Libs, Super GS Award Maker, Talking Academic Quiz Kid, Computer Video Reader: World of Nature - Reading About Animals, Reading About Sharks, Reading About Reptiles, Reading About Fish, Weather, Global Express Atlas, Aesop's Fables, All About America, Animal Kingdom, Arabian Nights, Kinderama, Magical Myths, Math Wizard, Word Master, Logic Master, Aubudon Whales.
Publication Cover Scans
GS+ Magazine Sep-Oct 1989 through to Nov-Dec 1990, Apple 16: A Comprehensive Guide to Apple IIGS Computing, Programming the Apple IIGS in C and Assembly Language, The Complete Apple IIGS Programmer's Guide, Your IIGS Guide.
If you have one or more of the above, here’s the best way to scan and submit them:
1) Set your scanner software settings to default/factory reset.
2) Clean the box from dust. Ensure the surface of your scanner is also clean.
3) Lay the object down flat to the scanner’s glass and try to ensure that the item is straight (Your scanner might have bevelled edges whereby you slot the item up against keeping it at a right angle).
4) Scan the image in at full RGB colour, 100% of original size and at 300dpi. Use a 133dpi de-screen or ‘General’ descreen if your scanner software doesn’t display anything more specific. Do not use unsharp mask or allow the software to auto correct colour and tone.
5) Save as 90% quality JPG.
If you're intending to submit more than one scan, archive them together as a .zip file and upload that single file. Please be patient after pressing the submit button; as an example, it may take 2 or 3 minutes to upload 5 megabytes of data. Upon successful completion of the upload, the site will give you a 'Thank You' message for confirmation.
Additionally, if you have any IIGS promotional materials such as brochures, advertising, etc, you can also employ this method of scanning for best possible quality.