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59 votesOpen - Planned · AdminThe British Newspaper Archive (Head of Data Development, The British Newspaper Archive) responded
We have developed a prototype data feed from the digitisation workflow software which will provide much more granular data in future. Now we are looking at ways too feed this data through to the website and make it presentable
135 votesPending - For future development · AdminThe British Newspaper Archive (Head of Data Development, The British Newspaper Archive) responded
We are looking at ways of developing a way for you to select an area from within the image viewer and print or download just this section.
5 votesJan Pedersen commented
Thanks for your reply, but I still find it hard to believe that 100 pages per day is a limit that you`ve never had to enforce. When researching at my local library, scanning through six months` issues of the Folkestone Herald on microfilm would take on average just over two hours, and will mean searching through on average 400 pages. You never know what you`ll find until you look at the page, so I still say that approximately six issues per day under this system can hardly be classed as an unlimited offer.