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Description: I was chatting to a mate on MSN who wants to get a Classic Amiga. He knows of the AmigaOne but wasn't aware that the Beta version of OS4 had hit any users.

Sooooo..... I threw a few applications on the screen, grabbed the screen & sent it to him.

Looking at the screen grab, I decided it was quite a nice pic. So here it is.

It was only when I ran Wipeout 2097 that my A1 started to feel the pressure. But not that bad, it was still very usable.

I'll let you into a little secret though, I had to pause MPlayer to get the right frame.

FuZion.


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Last Update: 6-Sep-2005 Hits: 18088 Rating: 8.83 (12 votes)Comments: 12 posts
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Curty 
Re: OS4 getting REAL busy
Posted on 10-Sep-2005 16:10:29
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Nice screenshot!


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Posted on 11-Sep-2005 13:11:59
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That sure is busy! Nice grab mate.


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I love it. 10*


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lol - cheat!

you could have been messing around for hours trying to catch the right frame when he's jumping on the car bonnet.

was it all running ok before you paused it? cos that's a really efficient machine if it can do all that with out slowing down.

god knows why you'd want to do all those though.!? lol

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FuZion 
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Hehe,

She did struggle a touch. Worst affected was MAME, which wouldn't react to any key presses once WipeOut 2097 loaded.

FuZion.

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i guess thats one way you can use msn messenger under os4


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That was the only reason I got a PC setup. So I can use MSN & AIM... Until Epistula comes through.

FuZion.

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That's a busy screen...

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Great! I really like it. Very busy screen.


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nice to see a WB screen doing what it does best, Multitask


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The C=64 in your MSN icon is upsidedown.

What did you use as the backdrop?

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The backdrop I was using at the time was the Gorillaz. It was on one of the album CD's.

FuZion.

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Great!

I love Out Run too especially on xMAME and I have a Wipeout 2097 demo on my Amiga One.What's the program to use PC stuff like the messenger?

I'll give it a 10.


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