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Archive 12/2001

Carsten Siegner (ANF)

Audio: AHI 5.20 beta including alpha version for Amithlon
On 21st December 2001 beta version 5.20 of the popular soundcard driver system AHI has been released. Besides a version for 68k Amigas and MorphOS there is now a first alpha version for Amithlon.

Attention: before using the Amithlon version you should make a backup of the old version. (ps) (Translation: rh)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 20:53] [Comments: 0]
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Computer club: APC&TCP dissolved (Update)
On 23rd December 2001 APC&TCP announced officially that the computer club APC&TCP was dissolved. The APC&TCP distribution continues to exist. (ps) (Translation: rh)

Update 31. December 2001:
Kilian Servais, issuer of the APC&TPC disk magazine NoCover (German) wrote to the German comments on this article:

Dissolving of the club in deed is not that tragical, because the only service, which alwas has been taken consequently, was the NoCover. Meantime this became freeware and everybody, who would like to, can registert to the email distribution list free of charge - just send an email to! In the times of Internet and email a club, like the APC&TCP has been, only makes sense in a very limited way, anyway, cause the Community will stay alive in any case. All users without Internet account can get the NoCover on floppy disk, as well. Due to the club dissolving the yearly charge slipps, but though we will try to offer as much services as possible.

So, at heart dissolving of the club is no step back but a step forward. The NoCover can get well as freeware, Andreas can concentrate on the Future (German Amiga games magazine), etc., etc.. So people: We'll keep at it!! What ever may come!!

Kilian Servais / Hersg. der NoCover
(mj) (Translation: mj)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 20:42] [Comments: 0]
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Carsten Siegner (ANF)

Audio: RAPlay update (support of Realmedia streams)
The well-known audiostream player RAPlay has been released in the final version 3.0 and is available for download at the title link. Also, the player will appear soon on Aminet.

What's interesting about this player is not only the support of RealAudio 1-2 streams but now also the support of RealMedia in the codec versions 1, 2 and 3. (ps) (Translation: rh)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 20:28] [Comments: 0]
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Quantum Leap / Luca Diana

Quantum Leap: Pictures from a visit at Amiga Inc.
Luca Diana from the Italian online magazine 'Quantum Leap' has visited Bill McEwen last month in the bureaus of Amiga Inc. in Snoqualmie and put some pictures of his journey online. He came back with the impression that Amiga has chosen the right path.

At the title link you'll find the pictures with English and Italian subtitles. (ps) (Translation: rh)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 18:30] [Comments: 0]
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Phone costs: TTimeDeluxe version 3.19
With TTimeDeluxe you can keep track of your online costs. This update of version 3.18 to 3.19 makes TTimeDeluxe ready for the Euro. The switch to Euro should not be made before 01.01.2001 or there may be rounding errors otherwise. TTime is now Freeware.

IMPORTANT: TTime just changes the currency name and updates the TTime logfile. You'll have to change the prices in the preferences and the saved projects yourself. (ps) (Translation: rh)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 18:00] [Comments: 0]
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Titan Computer (ANF)

BurnIT: New master driver for CDR writer
There are new master drivers for current CDR writers available for download for the CDR recording software 'BurnIT' by Titan Computer. The following models are supported:
  • Yamaha2100
  • Plextor1210S
  • Ricoh7200A+S
  • Traxdata2410
  • Yahama8824S
(ps) (Translation: rh)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 17:41] [Comments: 0]
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Olaf Köbnik (e-mail)

Amiga Arena: PuzzleBOBS update
An update for the demo version of "PuzzleBOBS" is online. The update contains some new features as well as bug fixes. Also, an FAQ is contained in the archive of "PuzzleBOBS". The update for the full version follows.

Distribution: Fun Time World
Contact: Sebastian Brylka -

Support: Amiga Arena
Contact: Olaf Köbnik -

Developer: Nexus Development
Contact: Emanuele C. - (ps) (Translation: rh)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 17:38] [Comments: 0]
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Vlad Vinogradov (E-Mail)

Amiga Information Center: Russian Amiga News Site celebrate 2nd birthday
The most famous Russian language news site for amigans - Amiga Information Center (title link) celebrate the 2nd birthday. Please review this event by yourself. Congratulations! (ps)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 14:07] [Comments: 0]
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Telepolis: Mail for you!
An initiative wants to retaliate upon AOL - they return one million CDs to sender.

In his article Torsten Kleins talks about the return of one million AOL CDs planned by Nomoreaolcds from a completely different point of view.

»Christmas is the time for giving. Our cupids get extensively packed presents from indoctrinated salespersons, donation collectors leave houses with filled collecting boxes, even postmen and garbagemen - sorry: post deliverers and garbage technicians become the target of our lordliness.
But there are only a few companies as involved with the latter two professional guilds as AOL is. What the fist one puts into our postpoxes in exhausting legwork the second one comes to pick it up shortly after: AOL CDs. It is the time to say thank you to the friendly provider from America. Let us send a parcel to AOL.«
See title link for the complete Telepolis article (German). (ps) (Translation: mj)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 14:00] [Comments: 0]
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Pawel Filipczak (ANF)

New TaskiSMS
New (2.59) version of TaskiSMS has been released.
News in this release:
  • updated DiAx plugin
  • updated ICQ plugin
  • updated Idea plugin
  • updated EraGSM plugin
  • updated PlusGSM plugin
  • added 12sms plugin
  • added VLF plugin

Using this program you can send SMSes to cellular phones to over 160 countries around the world. You can download demo version from TaskiSMS home page or from AmiNet. (ps)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 13:42] [Comments: 0]
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Jens Schönfeld (ANF)

Individual Computers: xsurfadsl.device Snowflake-Bugfix
A new update of the PPPoE-driver for our networking card X-Surf can be found in the support-area of our website. The last bug in the core routines has been removed, so a connection to the internet is stable at full transfer rates for several hours. Since this version has only been tested shortly, it remains in beta state. The archive contains an English readme file for the first time.

The driver is free for owners of the X-Surf ethernet card. It lets you connect to DSL and cable modem services that use the PPPoE-standard without the need to buy expensive additional software. In Germany DSL is marketed as T-DSL by the Deutsche Telekom, but smaller providers like 1&1, Hansenet and some local services also offer this broadband technology.

We want to remind our German customers of the new terms and conditions at the Telekom: If you order DSL before January 1st, you'll get the DSL modem for free. After that, you'll have to pay 119,95 EUR for the modem! (ps)

[News message: 28. Dec. 2001, 13:40] [Comments: 0]
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gene of kultpower (ANF)

Event: Mekka & Symposium 2002 at Fallingbostel
Announcing mekka & symposium 2002!
The MS organizer team wishes you a Merry Christmas! As a Christmas present, please find enclosed the definite, first official announcement that we're going to hold a mekka & symposium 2002 for sure! As if this hadn't been clear from the beginning :-)

The date is March 29 to April 1, and the location is again Fallingbostel. Everything else worth knowing will be put up on the webpage within the next couple of weeks. See you at the The Party, then! (ps)

[News message: 27. Dec. 2001, 19:22] [Comments: 0]
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Jan Andersen (ML)

Virus Help Denmark: Safe V17.6
First we would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas, and an even better Happy New Year....

Now to the news part. A new update of "Safe" has been released today. Here is some info about the archive:

Name: Safe v17.6
Archive name : Safe.lha
Archive size : 40.427
Date : 27 December 2001
Programmer : Zbigniew Trzcionkowski Requires : OS 2.04+, xvs.library

Changes in the archive:

Safe v17.6: - nothing

WatchDog v1.5:
- Harrier generic memory removal
- Vaginitis clones generic memory detection

Integrity v1.0: - first working GUI-based version of integrity checker

Download shortcut (ps)

[News message: 27. Dec. 2001, 14:58] [Comments: 0]
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Amiga Future

Amiga Future: Interview with Eric Schwartz
Today on the Amiga Future homepage an interview with Eric Schwarz was published (for the English version please have a look at here). (ps) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 27. Dec. 2001, 10:53] [Comments: 0]
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Peter Eriksson (ANF)

AROS Update
Although nothing much has been heard from the AROS Development Team for a while, the team is making progress. More on this can be found over at the AROS website ( In summary of the more recent work, some bugs have been dealt with, the Palm port of AROS is gaining momentum, the new AROS object oriented framework is evolving and hardware access to PCI busses is shaping up.

Merry Christmas everyone! (ps)

[News message: 26. Dec. 2001, 19:11] [Comments: 0]
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Amiga Future

Amiga Future: Interview with Eric Schwartz
The Amiga Future (German Amiga magazine) published an interview) with Eric Schwarz on their homepage. (ps) (Translation: mj)

[News message: 26. Dec. 2001, 14:31] [Comments: 0]
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Matthias Münch (ANF)

AUG99 Homepage Update
The homepage of the Amiga User Group 99 got switched to PHP, entirely. We hope that no bugs happened. If something does not work, we would be happy about a short email to the webmaster. Furthermore we would like to remind you of links to be set only to the .de domain, cause the .com address will be disabled, soon.

Due to the holidays and vacation time our next club night will not take place in January but in February, while initial organizations regarding the next "Amiga Inside Party" is being done. More inforamtion to follow in time.

In this sense have nice holidays and a Happy New Year. (ps) (Translation: mj)

[News message: 26. Dec. 2001, 05:01] [Comments: 0]
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Matthias Münch (ANF)

DJBase: X-MAS 2001 song
Matthias Münch:
Indeed, Christmas has already started but I have composed a little song with my Amiga and the program DigiBoosterPro which fits to the season.

You can download the song here: X-MAS.mp3

I hope you enjoy this kind of music. ;-) Wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. (ps) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 26. Dec. 2001, 04:58] [Comments: 0]
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Daniel Orth (ANF)

amiga-topcool: Interview with Petro Tyschtschenko
Petro Tyschtschenko who was formerly the second chairman of Amiga talks to the amiga-topcool-editing about his past under Bill McEwen. Besides this he gives a statement to AmigaOne and Pegasos and reports also about his impressions of the Amiga 2001 which took place in Cologne. (ps) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 26. Dec. 2001, 04:53] [Comments: 0]
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Chris Perver (ANF)

Textviewer: EvenMore Updates
I have reworked the GUI pens code to allow the user to select which colours they want for each part of the window using slider gadgets instead of the old pens method. EvenMore will automatically allocate these and shaded pens of that colour for the bevelled edges of the GUI.

I have created a new ProWrite2text conversion plugin. All plugins are now updated, to now show which plugin is being used for the current file using the keyword %pl in the info bar string.

Also, Russian and Portugues catalogs now available courtesy of Raul Silva and Vitaliy Chepeleff! Download now for free at (title link)! (ps)

[News message: 26. Dec. 2001, 04:50] [Comments: 0]
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