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Hypex 
Re: Amiga Software
Posted on 3-Sep-2019 17:48:50
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@Rose

It's listed in the news section. Looks pretty big. With native OS4 support as well.

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@Amiga4000

It's a German-only manual unfortunately - I guess they mean the program itself comes in multiple languages, which it does. Which is a shame because it really is an excellent, detailed and professional, 150-page manual that I can sort of work through with my limited German, but there are no other options for the manual's language, either printed or on the CD. There are AmigaGuide documents that detail the changes from the previous version, and an English workshop in HTML that brings you through a number of tutorials.

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Re: Amiga Software
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@Daedalus

I had the same problem when I bought Papyrous Office for MorphOS, 15 years ago. Program was in english, but the thick manual was written in german.

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Re: Amiga Software
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@Trixie

Thanks for the list, a DVD/Blu-ray case is fine for me.
I guess a generic box would be okay but not as good as a box with good art work.

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Re: Amiga Software
Posted on 3-Sep-2019 18:49:20
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@Samurai

DVD case is fine.
I generic boxes are a partial solution.
It is not as good as a box with good art.

Books are slowly fading away.

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@Trekiej

Books will never fade away, magazines maybe. A good real book will always be a good book, and I prefer to read real books.

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@Samurai

I agree.
E-readers were on my mind at the time when I wrote that.
I still like buying books and paper backs like Jurassic Park, which is different than the movie.

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@thread

Interview with Oliver Roberts that might answer some of your questions

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@Trekiej

The last 3 releases by RGCD are for Amiga. Check out https://rgcd.bigcartel.com/

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@saimo @number6

I think I have an idea of something to do.
Will I have the time to do it?

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