Thanks Arj0n and Peder. Using this info I've added what should be all the valid AGSA download links, regardless of whether the AGSA name is completely identical to the one in the AGS db.
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The broken download links list contains only reports from users/members as far as I know. In each entry the link 'If the download link or mirror link doesn't work, please report it.' --> then confirm broken link.Would it be possible to automate this? For instance, a script could automatically open all URLs and see which ones (1) return either a 404 or a Domain Not Found error, (2) go directly to an EXE file, which is assumed to be the valid download, or (3) show a webpage presumably containing a download link. The latter category would still have to be checked manually eventually, but this could be a big timesaver for categories 1 and 2.
Just change margin-top under #main_menu to -15px instead of -20px..
It should sort out the menu overlapping the header.
My entire entry for Troopers Tech Demo can be deleted, neither me nor anybody I know has the game anymore, there is no image either and it's 7-8 years old and way outdated anyways.The first entry (2 Dennis, 1 Bug) can be deleted as well. According to the MAGS thread of dec 2011, there's never been a successful release of this (controversial) game.According to this thread, 'Gerald Radcliff I' probably never saw the internet either.
Perhaps it'd be best if you would handle all the deletion requests, AGA?
(From some posts prior: I think it goes without saying that we don't edit "AGS Panel Review" entries! )The above was intended exclusively as info for the AGS Panel that the entry about that corrupt download was outdated.QuoteAGS Panel Review
"File downloads, but is corrupt. Marking download as broken."
The 'AGS Panel Review' comment might have to be adjusted?