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4 thoughts on “LEAF 2011 Fall Guide

  1. mike

    is there really no way to read this other than craning one’s neck or printing?

  2. OUM

    Really: couldn’t do this in HTML? PDF? Capture the images in page size segments and use the normal web?

    The layout is confusing and a bit unclear. So, I reserve the right to throw you out and fine you….
    /..

  3. jay

    Ridiculous website this year. Cannot even read or plan the weekend from this program because of advertisements on side making program too small. Come On

  4. Jeff Fobes

    Jay,
    Did you click on the guide image, so that it shows in “full screen” mode? This way, the text is pretty big on my screen.

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