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02.Jan.2008 (website)

Event: CommVEx 4 on July 26/27 (USA)
The Commodore Vegas Expo 4 is set for Saturday and Sunday, July 26/27, at the third floor Jockey Room 1, Plaza Hotel & Casino, 1 Main Street, Las Vegas, Nevada. Official times are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Unofficial times are whenever the Jockey Room 1 door is open.

Admission is $10, whether you come for one day or for both days. Raffle prize tickets are one for $10, three for $20. Door prize tickets are given to each attendee. Eight to ten Commodore and Amiga systems are set up for attendees to use. Presentations and exhibits are still being lined up. (snx)

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David Brunet (ANF)

New articles at the Obligement website
The following articles have been added to the website of the French Amiga/MorphOS magazine Obligement during the last two months:
  • Amiga and MorphOS news of november/december 2007
  • Old Amiga news of january/february 2000 and march/april 2000
  • Report: Alchimie 7
  • Report: Colmar Multimedia l'Expo
  • Interview with Robert Norris (AROS developer)
  • Interview with François Revol (Haiku and Texas Instruments calculator developer)
  • Review of AFA 4.0
  • Review of Shadow Fighter
  • Review of Battle Isle
  • Review of Kick Off 2
  • Review of Racter
  • Point of view: ACK Software Controls, king of the vaporware?
  • Point de vue: 20e anniversary of the Amiga 500
  • File: BBCode
  • File: Scoopex - part 2: a growing legend
  • File: History of the Amiga - year 1985 and 1986 (update)
  • Quizz of november/december 2007
  • Special quizz about Alchimie 7

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Bobic^BTTR (ANF) rewards best Amiga demos 2007
The scene website has published the yearly review 2007. The editors has chosen the best PC demos and intros of the last year as well as the best Amiga demos 2007. (snx) (Translation: dr)

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MorphOS: Emulatoren Bochs 2.3.6 and FUSE 0.9.0
Under the title link 'Q-Master' has published updated versions of MorphOS ports of the emulators Bochs (x86-PC) and FUSE (Sinclair ZX Spectrum). (snx) (Translation: dr)

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01.Jan.2008 (Webseite)

MorphOS: Fragment 1.5, CVS 1.12.11, makedepend 1.0.0
Christian "Tokai" Rosentreter has published new versions of the Unix ports CVS and makedepend. Additionally there is an update of Fragment (Screenshot) which is a tool that shows the fragmentation of the memory. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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Martin Merz (ANF)

AmigaOS 4: Further Masonicons
There are several new and reworked 32-bit icon archives available on the Masonicons website and the complete 2007 Masonicons Collection (19 MB) is available on OS4Depot.
    • Disks&FoldersMI - a very small update of the disks and folders archive
    • DelfinaMI - an icons and drawer set of the Delfina tools
    • IDEfixMI - a complete icons and drawers set for IDEfix
    • MFCMI - a full set for the Multiface card tools
    • PIVToolsMI - an icons and drawer set for the Picassi IV tools
    • VLabMI - a complete set for VLab
    These archives are aimed at the users of AmigaOS 4.0 Classic.
    • SimpleMailMI - a complete icon set for SimpleMail
    • YAMMI - icons and a drawer for Yam with three image sets, incl. a set with small folder images and a 256 color set reworked by Ken Lester
    • RangerMI - a icon and drawer set for Ranger
    • TtravelerMI - a icon and drawer set for Timetraveler
All files are available on the archives section of the Masonicons website.


An archive with small startbar icons (24 x 24) is available. Add them to your Push4Dock startbar and edit your AmiDock Prefs.

For further information and themes please visit the Push4Dock section of the Masonicons website.


The complete 2007 Masonicons Collection (19 MB) is available on OS4Depot now. It features all icon sets of 2007, Wallpapers, the latest releases of AISS and Push4Dock with all Masonicons themes. (snx)

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Project Moana: Statement of the developer
In December a CD image was available which was supposed to make it possible using AmigaOS 4 on certain PowerPC models of the Mac mini supplied by Apple. At the author of this CD, the AmigaOS 4 developer Andrea Vallinotto has warned to use or copy this CD which is based on Moana .

"Regarding the thread about the project Moana files, I'd like to point out some facts that I would like to acknowledge as an moderator. First of all, I'm the author of said port, done over an year ago on behalf of ACube, you can contact me directly at email removed . In the thread I'm referring to, you (and others) are discussing the content of the CD, some even had it running on MacMinis. Such ISO image not only contains parts of OS4 (a commercial product) but also contain modules that are NOT part of either OS4 for A1 nor Classic, and are fully copyrighted by me. I never gave permission to anyone, least this AmigaMac guy, to distribute these files. So owning and using those modules is breaching my intellectual property (IP) and is a clear act of piracy. So unless is a forum which allows and is favorable to piracy, I suggest you post a notice on said thread and stop discussing about it. You can quote this message if you want. As you probably have seen by the european lawsuit, between me, the two Friedens and against Hyperion and AInc, I'm more than willing to protect my IP from piracy or any other form of unauthorized use. For the record, that ISO image was obtained from a stolen laptop and there is a police report about that (in the USA). That AmigaMac guy is not some benefactor, he's a criminal. So far I hadn't written or posted anything because I didn't want to stir up more mess that it was already, and because the (micro) kernel on that ISO image will crash after few minutes of intensive use. But seeing one of the moderators of happily displaying a list of stolen files seems an endorsement of piracy from I can't let it pass." (snx) (Translation: dr)

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