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ilbarbax 
VMT 1.0 is almost ready
Posted on 2-Jan-2017 12:40:06
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Joined: 17-Jan-2010
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From: Italy

HI guys,

I have completed my latest work with Hollywood/RapaGUI.
What is it VMT?, it is a program to manage your vehicles costs and reminders.

see here a preview of the outputs.

image jpg 3411-40


If someone wants help with some preliminary tests, supply the translation for his language or supply a set of icons I will be happy to send copy of what I have done so far. Drop me an e-mail at sb5@libero.it.

ciao

Last edited by ilbarbax on 02-Jan-2017 at 12:41 PM.

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Templario 
Re: VMT 1.0 is almost ready
Posted on 2-Jan-2017 14:05:14
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@ilbarbax
Good idea, to have other alternative programs for Amiga systems.

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VooDoo 
Re: VMT 1.0 is almost ready
Posted on 2-Jan-2017 20:16:33
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@ilbarbax


Looks OK!
I have interest for testing it , now using HomeBank.

mail sent

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Templario 
Re: VMT 1.0 is almost ready
Posted on 2-Jan-2017 21:11:11
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@ilbarbax
Does will be available for other Amiga systems?

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ilbarbax 
Re: VMT 1.0 is almost ready
Posted on 2-Jan-2017 21:59:05
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@Templario

Being developed in Hollywood it would work in any Amiga system.
I mainly developed it under os4, aros and w$. I haven't tested it under mos or classic but should work on them too

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Hypex 
Re: VMT 1.0 is almost ready
Posted on 3-Jan-2017 13:27:59
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@ilbarbax

Wow lots of details there and pictures. Nice one. Good job.

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