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bio website lumenaris.com
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I play lots of games, develop a few. Check out my publisher's page at lumenaris.com.

New games published in 2013:

Games published in 2012:

  • Caravans of Asia: Trading on the Silk Road in the days of Marco Polo.
  • Arabian Sails: An expansion for Caravans; sailing ships on the monsoon winds of the Indian Ocean.

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comment When did books start using underlines?
@DA01, "proper" typesetting or not, that is a typical example of underlines in a published work. When did those start occurring?
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comment Heading numbering without threading?
Out of curiosity, why don't you want text boxes to be threaded?
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comment When did books start using underlines?
Here's a typical example of where I've seen underlines in published works: books.google.com/books?id=72ArAAAAYAAJ
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comment When did books start using underlines?
@e100, are you looking for an example of a book with underlines, or a book without?
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comment When did books start using underlines?
@plainclothes, it's a real question. I know I've seen 20th century books using underlines, and I'm pretty sure I've never seen a 17th century book using them. Hopefully someone can narrow it down a bit more.