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djnick 
Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
Posted on 1-Jul-2012 23:38:10
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Thanks a lot! It won't open my "Pilici" video [just search for Pilici on Youtube], but can try to open few others I tried.]. It is not slow, it is 0.1 fps :D

Anyhway - how can I watch Youtubes on Amiga? Is it possible anyway?

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Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
Posted on 2-Jul-2012 1:07:31
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@djnick

Yes you can using MPlayer + ClipDown

http://os4depot.net/index.php?function=showfile&file=utility/filetool/clipdown.lha

This first solution still a bit difficult to configure but works more or less fine, or ... using MUI OWB + MPlayer and GetVideo --> easy solution

http://aminet.net/package/comm/www/getvideo

Once you have installed GetVideo, read the how-to on the MUI OWB readme included

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redfox 
Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
Posted on 2-Jul-2012 18:10:26
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My MicroA1 system has only 256 MB of RAM total. I had to get rid of my background photo and quit AmiDock to free up enough RAM to use Timberwolf Beta 4 with bookmarks. Otherwise there is not enough RAM for saving bookmarks.

This should not be an issue for people with more RAM.

My only complaint is a problem with the vertical scroll bar. When I release the left mouse button it keeps scrolling like I am still holding the button down. I have to click somewhere else on the screen to release the scroll bar. This has already been reported on os4depot.

Caps Lock does not work when I am typing comments at amigans and amigaworld. I have to hold down the Shift key to get Caps. For me, this is a minor niggle, just unexpected, not a show stopper.

I like cut and paste (using Edit menu). I can cut from NotePad and paste to Timberwolf or cut and paste using Timberwolf.


Thanks.
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MicroA1 with 750 GX CPU and 256 MB RAM
AmigaOS 4.1 Update 4

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TrevorDick 
Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
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@redfox

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My only complaint is a problem with the vertical scroll bar. When I release the left mouse button it keeps scrolling like I am still holding the button down.

Quick question. Is this related to the TW(FF) auto scroll feature which is activated/deactivated by clicking the mouse scroll wheel?

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Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
Posted on 2-Jul-2012 23:04:42
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@TrevorDick

I think not, although the mouse wheel have some problem too.

For the Vertical scroll bar i opened an issue on os4depot.

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TrevorDick 
Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
Posted on 3-Jul-2012 0:02:00
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@AmigaBlitter

Thanks, I will take a look.

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redfox 
Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
Posted on 3-Jul-2012 1:26:03
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@TrevorDick

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the TW(FF) auto scroll feature which is activated/deactivated by clicking the mouse scroll wheel


I assume you mean the scrolling feature that shows up near the pointer if I hold down the mouse wheel and move the mouse up or down. Very nice. Much faster than using the arrow keys.

Thanks for the tip. I was not aware of this feature.


I was scrolling by clicking the slider on the vertical scroll bar with the left mouse button. When I release the mouse button, the slider still moves up and down as I move the mouse.

Clicking down the mouse wheel and moving the mouse works much better for scrolling up and down the page.

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TrevorDick 
Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
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@redfox

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Thanks for the tip. I was not aware of this feature.

You are welcome.

As for the delayed scrolling, I don't see that on my A1-X1000. I wonder it if is to do with the speed of the CPU and graphics card?

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scabit 
Re: Timberwolf beta 4 available
Posted on 5-Jul-2012 5:21:50
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@redfox

Cool, I like this middle mouse wheel scroll feature!

My experience with Timberwolf B4 has been mixed so far. Of course, I read the instructions and did everything required. But, any time I try to save a bookmark, I begin to get program errors and ISI's after a very short time (a minute or two).
When i stay away from saving any bookmarks, it seems pretty stable.
I have 512M of RAM on my uA1. Yes, I added the Random device to start up.
Yes, I deleted the fonts file as specified in the directions.
Any other tricks I need to know about?

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