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News   New articles on Obligement
  News posted by Daff on 1-Mar-2023 13:43:01 (426 reads)
The following articles have been added to the website of the Amiga magazine Obligement ( during the last two months:

- January/February 2023 news.
- Old articles from AmigaDP 5 to 8 : Review of MultiDOS 1.12, Review of FontViewer 1.2, News: The end of the Fred Fish collection ?, Review of Delitracker 1.30, Tutorial: Optimization of the Workbench 2.x/3.x with public domain tools, File: AMOS 1.3 problems and errors, Review of RGE 2.1, Review of MFR 2.0, Interview with François Lionet, Review of Necromancer 0.3, Review of DiskPrint 3.5, etc.
- Interview with Nikola Tomic (Amiga musician).
- Interview with Damiano Gerli (video game journalist).
- Review of Infinity Music Player 3.360.
- Review of Cro-Mag Rally 3.0.0.
- File: Light Shock Software.
- File: Amiga Games List (update).
- Point of view: The development of Rave (part 5).
- Tutorial: FTP server configuration on MorphOS.
- Tutorial: LightWave - Create a perfect Boing Ball.
- DIY: Creating a 4-bit processor - Part 1: Logic and combinatorial circuits.
- DIY: Installing a Replay FPGA Arcade board in a Morex Cubid case.
- Special quiz about the year 2022 on Amiga.

Rendez-vous on for this nice reading.
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  Post comment News   AmiModRadio v0.99998 News posted by tygre on 28-Feb-2023 23:41:52 (302 reads)
Hi all!

I'm happy to release AmiModRadio, v0.99998! It fixes fixes bugs #115, #125, #127, #128, #133, and #134. I think that I finally got the HTTP/S right (?) and now allow quitting at anytime.

As usual, it can be downloaded, along with its source code:

- Via HTTP, on my Amiga Web server ;
- Via HTTPs on Aminet of course ;
- Via HTTPs on BitBucket;
- Via HTTPs on SourceForge.

Special thanks to AmigaSystem and Leof for their tests and feedback!
Please contribute by asking for features, reporting bugs, or offering translations!

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software OS4   Rave 1.6 released for AmigaOS4
  software OS4 posted by Trixie on 28-Feb-2023 11:24:24 (305 reads)
An update to the Rave audio editor has been released on


- Import and export of raw files.
- Saving in the Ogg Vorbis format.
- Reworked the IFF-8SVX saver, which now also supports stereo.
- Saving WAV files is no longer limited to PCM: several other data formats and encodings can be selected in the WAV configuration window.
- Reworked the MP3 saver configuration window for better user control.
- When using the Save function, compressed files (MP3, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis) are no longer overwritten silently, without giving the user a chance to review/adjust the compression parameters.
- Added a Save As button in the program toolbar.
- Added a Pause button in the transport bar.
- Linked with the latest versions of libogg and libvorbis for improved Ogg Vorbis support.
- Various other smaller improvements and fixes.
- Updated documentation.


Just extract the program drawer to a suitable location on your disk, making sure that it has plenty of free space. Replace any previous installation of the program.


- AmigaOS 4.1 Final Edition Update 2 or newer.
- Enhancer Core classes (toolbar.gadget, infodata.gadget, select.gadget, shared.image).


- A modern, configurable graphical user interface (GUI).
- A tabbed environment for managing multiple projects from within a single program window.
- A powerful custom file requester with preview playback and other useful features.
- A wide selection of editing functions with unlimited Undo.
- Asynchronous operation: performing a task in a project doesn't block the other projects.
- Support for multiple clipboard units.
- Modular design with an object-oriented plugin system, which makes the program easy to extend.
- A wide range of supported audio file types and formats.

See the included documentation (or its online version) for more information.

(c) 2022–2023 Rear Window Software

Homepage and blog:
You can support the development of the program at
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Announcement   REV'n'GE! #143
  Announcement posted by Seiya on 25-Feb-2023 15:22:03 (680 reads)
The current release of Rev'n'ge is now available.

  1 comment  

Announcement   Hollywood 10: Xcelicious out now!
  Announcement posted by softwarefailure on 26-Feb-2023 13:36:30 (547 reads)

After 2 years of development, Airsoft Softwair, the hardest working men in code business, are proud to announce the immediate availability of Hollywood 10: Xcelicious. Hollywood is a programming language that can be used to create a wide variety of programs, ranging from games and GUI-based applications for desktop systems to mobile apps for Android and iOS. Hollywood's special feature is its support for retro platforms (e.g. AmigaOS, MorphOS, AROS) and modern operating systems (e.g. Windows, macOS, Linux) alike. It comes with a library of over 1000 commands and its functionality can be extended further through over 30 plugins which are available for free download.

Version 10.0 is a major update and comes with many new features. Here is a non-exhaustive list of what's new in Hollywood 10:

* Almost 100 new commands for lots of new programming fun!
* Text and font engine is now completely extensible by plugins
* Support for the macOS arm64 platform (Apple Silicon)
* Vector text objects are now supported
* Layers can now be grouped or merged
* Support for charspacing and linespacing
* Popup menus (aka context menus) are now supported
* New serialization modes for the JSON serializer
* Advanced console functions for creating TUIs
* Support for filesystem plugins
* Greatly improved joystick support
* Support for AmigaInput on AmigaOS 4
* MagicBeacon and Ranchero support
* Greatly improved plugin interface with user tags
* Custom vector brushes can now be used
* Advanced locale functions like date and number formatting
* Ready for at least three 10.0-exclusive plugins!
* Over 100 new pages of PDF documentation, 1272 pages altogether!
* Lots of other changes, optimizations and bug fixes

  2 comments | Read more News now has over 300 members News posted by Torque on 24-Feb-2023 20:42:35 (301 reads)
Hello dear Amiga friends!

As of today the registers over 300 members!

Many well-known Amiga personalities have registered. Among others there are the following legends: AmigaBill, Matt from Amigaland, Jan from AmiKit, AndreasM, AshSaidHi, Petro T. Tyschtschenko, David Fox, Trevor D. and many more.

Here you can see all VIPs and friends of the forum:

We would be glad to welcome you as a new member. Become a part of a friendly community whose common hobby is "AMIGA".

Kind regards,
Jörg aka Torque
  Post comment News   HGui for Hollywood finally released News posted by Allanon on 24-Feb-2023 15:43:19 (311 reads)
Today I'm very proud to announce that, after 14 years of development, the first public version of HGui is available on GitHub.

HGui is a GUI ToolKit for Hollywood-MAL written completely in plain Hollywood, the only needed requirements are the includes provided with the HGui distribution.

HGui offers unique features to you but the main purpose is to allow the programmer to have cross-compile applications that are able to render the exact same interface on all the platforms supported by Hollywood.

You don't need any external plugin to use HGui.

  Read more News   Passione Amiga #12 (March 2023) is published! News posted by Mod3mski on 21-Feb-2023 18:35:05 (205 reads)

Passione Amiga is back! In this issue, the richest ever, you will find a lot of exclusive content, including:

Cover designed exclusively by Eric Schwartz
Ring around the World, new graphic adventure reviewed in world premiere!
Video games reviewed: Turrican II AGA, Abu Simbel, Crimbo, AmiBlock, Agonman, Maria Renard's Revenge, Kulki
Reportage Amiga Ireland 2023
Reportage Press Start 2022
Museums with Amiga in Italy
Archer MacLean
AmigaGCC - introduction
Corso di Blender, part 4
Commodore CD32 FMV
Interview with Eric Schwartz
And also: Games news, Tech news, THEA500 Mini news, Tricks and Solutions, Demo Scene, New Talents, Mailbox

  2 comments | Read more News   AmiFox Changes WWW Browsing for Amiga Users News posted by AmiDelf2 on 21-Feb-2023 14:31:05 (406 reads)
Hello. I am from Amitopia AmiDev Team together with alb42 and mcdope.

We have made AmiTube before that lets you browse and watch YouTube clips on 68k Amigas. This is done by using the Amiga CDXL video format.

However, now we go one step further. AmiFox is here! You can read more about it at Amitopia. But the most important info is that this is a WWW browser capable of showing CSS websites on any Amiga. But don't expect horsepowers on a 68000 Amiga. But it will work! Recommended is 68020+!

The purpose of AmiFox is to give 68k Amiga and PowerPC low-end users CSS, SSL, and Javascript browsing possible on 68000, 68020, 68030, 68040, 68060, PiStorm, and Vampire +++!
AmiFox is not an ordinary HTML/CSS browser but it requires a WRP Server to work.

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News   The Amiga Future magazine Issue 161 - preview is now available to view online
  News posted by AndreasM on 18-Feb-2023 14:15:39 (386 reads)
These comprise of the full colour preview and excerpts of our Amiga Future issue 161 (March/April 2023) which can also be viewed online on the Amiga Future website.

Some of the interesting articles in this issue are:

Interview Colin Vella
Review AmiCygnix 1.7

Of course there's actually so MUCH more in the magazine.

Needless to say you will often get other versions of software, some of which were commercially available, as well as some of the latest try-outs or freely released software applications and games for, hopefully, every Amiga variant of Operating system, so that's Amiga 'Classic', OS4, MorphOS, and AROS, including some PD software for these systems, all on the Readers' cover CD.

A detailed description of the varied content and excerpts of our current issue can be found at:

Read more..

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