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software Classic   VIDENTIUM PICTA v2.10
  software Classic posted by Templario on 25-Jan-2020 17:15:17 (87 reads)
Videntium Picta (from latin words Picture Viewer) is a FREEWARE&PORTABLE image viewer
program made with Hollywood™ and show almost all image formats.

You can make with this program:
- See/Retouch the image: Save or change the format, rotate, mirror, turn, change the size
by percentage or pixels, sharpen the image.
- See the image: More or less zoom, special zoom 1x-2x-4x with the third mouse button.
- Work with the file: Delete, rename, copy, move.
- Extras: Make directory, screen shot.
- Save/Convert in different formats: gif, bmp, png, lbm, jpg, jpeg2000, tiff.
- Zip one picture with two modes: Normal or Password Protection with Winzip™ AES-256
encryption. Note: The program not ziped folders or several pictures.

Vindentium Picta display the next multimedia formats currently:
- jpg, png, gif, lbm, bmp, in native way.
- svg, jp2(jpeg 2000), tiff, pcx, using the Hollywood™ plugins.

Available in the next languages:
Spanish. English. Français. Italiano.
And for all Amiga systems.

New features v2.10 (26 January 2020):
- Bug fixed.
- Improve the routine to show the pictures inside of the window program.
- Resize the window program and save it for default.
- Optimized the code.

Available here:
Morgue Soft site
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hardware OS4   Interest in the Amiga Tabor surges as AmigaKit sells out A-EON's AAA bundle
  hardware OS4 posted by Petah on 23-Jan-2020 13:48:18 (933 reads)
Hot on the heels of 10+ Minute Amiga Cast's highly anticipated interview with A-EON's head honcho Trevor Dickinson, the UK-based Amiga retailer AmigaKit has announced that the A-EON AAA bundle completely sold out on January, 22nd. While the bundle includes both some basic hardware (such as an Amiga.org branded mouse) and software (like ImageFX and the Enhancer 2.0 software suite), it is essentially meant to serve as a way of letting interested Amiga users get first dibs on A-EON's upcoming Amiga Tabor - a brand new, PowerPC-based Amiga meant to serve as a cost reduced way of getting onboard the next generation of Amiga computers.

In an updated FAQ entry, it is stated that every single owner of the AAA bundle will get the chance to sign up for a Tabor motherboard as part of the Early Adopter Program. Early adopters are promised a "special introductory offer price" that is yet to be announced. Shipping of the ~100 units that are part of the AAA bundle offer will, according to the launch plan, start in Q2, 2020. After an undisclosed period of time thereafter, the Amiga Tabor is expected to be available to the general public.
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Miscellaneous News   A1200 Metal Case Badges From Amiga Kit
  Miscellaneous News posted by amigakit on 21-Jan-2020 0:06:13 (579 reads)


AmigaKit Ltd are pleased to announce that we have a range of new A1200 case badges now in stock now at the Amiga Kit Amiga Store.





  12 comments  

software Classic   Grimorium PDF v2.10
  software Classic posted by Templario on 11-Jan-2020 15:50:34 (489 reads)
  Grimorium PDF is a little program to open documents in PDF format thought to read little files like bills, receipts, blueprints, etc. created in this format and with the help of powerful zoom cans read the small letter even export the pages to graphic format like jpg, lbm, bmp, png, gif.
With the advantage to be a program portable, light and fast besides to be free.
Programmed with Hollywood™ for Windows™ systems, MorphOS™ 2.x-3.x, AmigaOS3.5-3.9™ and AmigaOS4.x™.



  Available in the next languages:
    Spanish.   English.   Français.   Italiano.

  New features v2.10 (11 January 2020):
1. Added support for Italian language.
2. Bugs fixed.

Available here: www.morguesoft.eu
  9 comments  

News   Amiga Future issue 142 released
  News posted by AndreasM on 9-Jan-2020 13:35:41 (327 reads)
The English and German issue 142 (Januar/Februar 2019) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Special FPGA Amiga Clone
Review Blastaway
Review DiskPrint

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: https://www.amigafuture.de/app.php/kb/index?c=13
Orders: https://www.amigashop.org
  1 comment  

News   What OS should be proposed by retailers regarding Vampire V4 Standalone?
  News posted by AmiDelf2 on 2-Jan-2020 13:37:07 (3002 reads)
Help the Apollo Team to decide where to go with their new Amiga Compatible motherboard
Vampire V4 Standalone.

What OS should be proposed by resellers as an option for the Vampire V4 Standalone?

Amitopia Amiga Magazine is supporting the Apollo Team and all of the Amiga Community so that the Amiga future is promising for everyone. We were asked to put this here because of many retailers and Apollo Team. We hope that this will help sales.

Vote here on Amitopia website

You need a CSS capable browser. Works in OWB. Happy New Year from Amitopia Amiga Magazine to all of you and AmigaWorld.Net which is the perfect Amiga Community Portal.
  50 comments (1 , 2 , 3)  

News   New articles on Obligement
  News posted by Daff on 1-Jan-2020 10:07:38 (379 reads)
The following articles have been added to the website of the french Amiga magazine Obligement (http://obligement.free.fr) during the last two months:

- November/December 2019 news.
- Old articles from Joystick Hedbo 34 to 43 : Review of DragonScape, Report: Personal Computer Show 1989, Review of Chicago 90, Review of Carrier Command, Review of Stormlord, News: The demo of Shadow Of The Beast, Review of Bloodwych, News: The deception of Tintin On The Moon, Review of Total Eclipse, Review of RVF Honda, etc.
- Interview with Henk Nieborg (graphist of Lionheart, Flink and Xeno Crisis).
- Interview with Andreas Magerl (editor of Amiga Future).
- Interview with Stéphane Pitteloud (Apollo team).
- Comparative: IBrowse 2.5 vs NetSurf 3.10.
- Review of Tower 57.
- Review of Reshoot.
- Tutorial: print with MorphOS 3.12+.
- Hardware: Amiga 500++.
- Point of view: The delivery difficulties of the Amiga 4000.
- File: The new MorphOS memory system.
- Gallery: Amiga hardware adds.
- Special quizz about Vampire V4.

Rendez-vous on http://obligement.free.fr for this nice reading.
Feel free to contribute. Please contact David "Daff" Brunet for more info.
  2 comments  

Amigaworld.net News   Amiga Future monthly News December 2019
  Amigaworld.net News posted by AndreasM on 30-Dec-2019 13:43:46 (417 reads)
9.12.2019
*********
Amiga Future 142 Member-CD-Cover online

From today, and available online to all Amiga Future 1-Year-Subscribers, in the Member-Part of the Webpage are the CD Covers of Amiga Future magazine - Issue 142, so you can download them, and print them out if you wish to save you from cutting out those pages from our beloved magazine.

http://www.amigafuture.de/viewtopic.php?t=1172


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software OS4   MiniGL for GL4ES
  software OS4 posted by kas1e on 31-Dec-2019 17:41:36 (797 reads)
Daniel made a Xmas present to all of us, I just quote what he wrote on his Facebook page:


Merry Xmas and a happy new year 2020 to all the AmigaOS4 crowd around the globe :)

For all the poor souls with a Polaris card and thus without full 3D support this little gift might come handy, now available on os4depot:

*** MiniGL4GL4ES ***
a set of MiniGL and GLUT replacement libraries which are built on top of GL4ES and therefore allow you to play (many of) those old school MiniGL games for AmigaOS4 with Polaris.

Why aren't MiniGL games running on Polaris in the first place? That's because the original MiniGL sits on top of the old school
Warp3D driver which hasn't been implemented for Polaris.

However, in the meantime, ptitSeb and kas1e ported ptitSeb's GL4ES to AmigaOS4. Just like MiniGL it's a desktop OpenGL implementation. But in contrast to MiniGL it doesn't sit on top of the unsupported Warp3D driver but instead works on top of my OpenGLES2 (hence 4ES), which sits on top of W3DNova for which Hans provided support for Polaris.

So I sat down and hacked together those libraries here. Unfortunately GL4ES has not been designed to be used as a shared library, which is why there are certain issues. I was able to mod GL4ES to behave pretty well inside the lib - as long as you

DON'T TRY TO RUN MULTIPLE MINIGL APPLICATIONS AT ONCE!

Other than that, have fun! As always many thanks to Kasie Kasovich "kas1e" for testing and moral support :)

Cheers and happy new year,
Daytona675x
  5 comments  

software OS4   ZitaFTP Server Gets a Docky - Epiphany Update
  software OS4 posted by Hans on 30-Dec-2019 4:50:03 (501 reads)
Two anonuncements of news:
- ZitaFTP Server gets a docky, and
- Epiphany special: get ZitaFTP Server for the original release price (15% off standard).

I'm pleased to announce that ZitaFTP Server has the first part of the planned GUI. It was supposed to be released before Christmas, but got delayed. So, it's now done, so this is the Epiphany update
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