amiga-news DEUTSCHE VERSION
.
Links| Forums| Comments| Report news
.
Chat| Polls| Newsticker| Archive
.


.
  pro Seite
Show titles only
Category
.


Archive 07/2004


07.Jul.2004
Lou Vidal (ANF)


Queens Amiga User Group: Website updated, "CD32 Video Editing Station"
The Queens Amiga Users Group website has been updated. The expanded member project section now features pictures and a short description of a video editing station based on a CD32.

Along with the announcement of the resumed summer meetings the site features the latest in the ongoing OS4 demos, visit QAUG for more info. (cg) (Translation: cg)

[News message: 07. Jul. 2004, 23:11] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
07.Jul.2004



New Amiga dealer - handle with care
An amigaworld.net member pointed out that there's a new presumably British Amiga dealer called amigashop.co.uk. But just a few hours later, there are lots of indications suggesting that one should be very cautious when dealing with this entity:

The only means of contacting the dealer (apart from a HTML form) listed on the website is a mobile phone number, there's no postal address or proper imprint available.

There are AmigaOne motherboards available from the webshop, yet the manufacturer Eyetech states that they never heard about that particular vendor. The domain amigashop.co.uk is owned by pc-x-treme.net, a company that has allegedly cheated PC customers in the past and falsely claimed to be a subsidiary of a reputable hardware manufacturer.

More information and links to further evidence can be found at amigaworld.net. (cg) (Translation: cg)

[News message: 07. Jul. 2004, 21:33] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
07.Jul.2004
Amiga.org (Website)


Amiga.org Magazine: Spare issues of the pilot still available
There are still some spare issues of the pilot of the 'Amiga.org Magazine', a currently frozen international print magazine in English language, available as Ron van Herk ('Palpatine') just reports at Amiga.org.

The reasons for the frozen status of that magazine are said to be not enough time by the editors and the overall situation of the Amiga market which is not the best condition for a needed and secured market demand.

Financing and material for articles as well as advertisers were not the critical problem, thus giving hope the status might change for future releases again when more Amigas, independent which manufacturer or brand they will be, within the market.

Further information and how to obtain one of the last issues is to get at the title link. (snx) (Translation: ub)

[News message: 07. Jul. 2004, 13:04] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
07.Jul.2004
Amiga.org (Website)


Fileshare game: Secrecy
Secrecy (38 KB), is a strategy game for two to four players. It is a so called file share game i.e. one does a turn, saves the game and sends the file to the next player. An editor for different arenas is included with the game. (snx) (Translation: ub)

[News message: 07. Jul. 2004, 11:29] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
06.Jul.2004
ANN (Website)


AROS: New ata.device finished
How AROS-Exec tells, the AROS-Exec a new ata.device was finished by Michael S. The drive is completly new.

The new ata.device supports all PIO-Modes and allows a theoretical transmission of 14 MB/s (snx) (Translation: gf)

[News message: 06. Jul. 2004, 21:58] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
06.Jul.2004
ANN (Website)


Event: NASS IV (France)
On July, 10th and 11th the event NASS IV in La Rochelle in France take place. Showed are the AmigaOne XE/G4, AmigaOS4 and the game 'Shadow of the Beast' in a deluxe-version (snx) (Translation: gf)

[News message: 06. Jul. 2004, 13:26] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
06.Jul.2004



WinUAE 0.9.90 announced
The WinUAE team announced the next version of the emulator yesterday: WinUAE 0.9.90 ("WinUAE 1.0 public beta"). Changes since the last version:

New features:
  • New Quickstart-panel. Easy and fast way to run disk-based games or demos. Simply select Amiga model, compatibility level, disk image and click start!
  • Hardware and host configuration separated. Create and use your own custom host configurations instead of build-in host configuration data from standard configuration files.
  • Kickstart ROM scanner and autodetection (only official ROMs supported)
  • User configurable graphics filter presets.
  • Scaling support in all software filters.
  • Paths-panel added. User configurable ROM, statefile, screenshot etc. paths.
  • Automatically return back to GUI if Kickstart ROM fails to load
  • Added help-tooltips here and there
  • More compatible paraport direct parallel port support
  • Mapped filesystem P-flag to Windows System-flag, H-flag to Hidden and fixed inverted archive-flag

Bugs fixed:
  • ECS Agnus was always reported as an OCS Agnus (0.8.26)
  • 68000 cycle-exact mode compatibility (0.8.26)
  • floppy emulation writing bug (0.8.26, fixes SWOS disk error when saving)
  • dialogs in fullscreen mode
  • on the fly switching between A1000/CDTV/CD32 modes
  • swapping disk image sometimes changed another drive's disk image
  • German keyboard #-key
(cg) (Translation: cg)

[News message: 06. Jul. 2004, 01:52] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
05.Jul.2004
amigaworld.net (Website)


AmigaOS 4: ClicketyFlip and CPUClock
The commodity 'ClicketyFlip' from Peter Gordon flips screens when the user double clicks with the middle mouse button. The same author is responsible for the AmiDock extension (i.e. a 'Docky') 'CPUClock' that contains a CPU time meter and a digital clock.

Direct download:

ClicketyFlip.lha (31 KB)
cclock_docky.lha (9 KB) (cg)

[News message: 05. Jul. 2004, 23:27] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
05.Jul.2004
amigafuture.de (Website)


Script based demo creator: Karate-Fighter 1.0
Karate fighter is a script based demo creator used to create visual ('scene') demos. The program requires at least a 68020 CPU, supports AGA and RTG and has been successfully tested on various emulators. (cg) (Translation: cg)

[News message: 05. Jul. 2004, 19:23] [Comments: 1 - 09. Jul. 2004, 11:17]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
05.Jul.2004
Martin (DaFreak) Rebentisch (ANF)


Music: Liquid Skies records #074
The scene group "Liquid Skies" released their 74th music pack today containing the track "Fantazja" from the Polish musician Maxus. The cover has been designed by DaFreak.
  • Title: Fantazja
  • Artist: Maxus
  • Style: Trance
  • Length: 4:21
  • Format: mp3
  • Size: 4.0 MB

The zippped file is available for download here. (cg) (Translation: cg)

[News message: 05. Jul. 2004, 19:18] [Comments: 0]
[Send via e-mail]  [Print version]  [ASCII version]
<- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ->

.
Masthead | Privacy policy | Netiquette | Advertising | Contact
Copyright © 1997-2019 by amiga-news.de - all rights reserved.
.