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funny little mag with some clean coding articles i would say
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Fleur #3

Fleur #3 was originally planned for June or July 1999, but eventually it was already released on May 11th, 1999 (on the same day as Hugi #15). The graphical design of this issue was done by Xtro of Rhyme and Ludwig of Dinasty. The music was composed by Optic of TRSI and ATX of Chrome.

Fleur #3 features 320 kbytes of articles. It spoils the reader with some long, personal and therefore interesting interviews with grands personnages of the scene such as Hellfire, Danny, Lluvia, Mrock, Nitro and Fred, various insiders' opinions on the latest party-releases, and up-to-date charts.

For the first (and last) time the Fleur staff got enough votesheets to open a Dutch and a German charts section apart from the Hungarian, Polish and world charts.

Instead of party reports, Fleur #3 includes a list of upcoming events and some photos. In the section "Articles" we can find a lot of less interesting stuff on the one hand, and interesting stuff on the other (e.g. "The Brazilian demoscene", "The Hungarian Amiga scene in 1999", "How does real art influence the Demoscene?"), as well as a novelty: coding tutorials. They were written by the Dutch fellows from Quad.

There are three hidden parts in Fleur #3, which were made for three persons: One of them is Rod of Mandula, the others are D-Lee and me (Adok of Hugi). On entering Rod's hidden part, a file called fleurx.zip will be created, which contains the original program that was used to format the articles for Fleur. I think that was a nice idea! Unfortunately it eventually had no use because Fleur #4 was never released. To access Rod's hidden part, run Fleur with the parameter "/kellettnekedsecret?". For D-Lee's hidden part, run it with "/schumi" (D-Lee is said to hate Michael Schumacher!).

D-Lee managed to introduce a happy, cheerful atmosphere to the mag. It can be noticed that the editorial team of Fleur knows the demo scene well. Unfortunately, the grammar is worse than in the previous issue, as D-Lee's English is not so good as Ezah's and Jabberwock's. But apart from that, Fleur #3 isn't a disappointment at all.
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