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News   News : AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
   posted by choochy on 24-Apr-2004 20:42:59 (2223 reads)
As at 25 April, the AmigaShare website has been released to a select number of Amigans for testing the Phase I functionality.

The test period will conclude on 30 April. Then, on 1 May, the site will have its official release to the entire community. Meanwhile, AmigaShare is now available for all to view in a 'limited functionality and access' mode.



"We are excited by what we are hearing within the Amiga community and the positive emails we have received. It?s obvious everyone understands what we are trying to achieve and our focus on the new OS4 technology. Mostly, we are looking forward to getting feedback on the website itself and using this phase I to set the direction for its evolution. So, please come visit us soon.", says Chris Nillissen, co-founder of AmigaShare.com.

Regards,

The AmigaShare Team
    

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Kneedeep 
Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 24-Apr-2004 23:23:27
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Thanks for the post.

It will be worth watching :)

I am hoping to see some new apps for OS 4 :)

Here is wishing you the best.

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Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 25-Apr-2004 5:51:57
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A nice easy and simple "feel" to it now...

The "About Us" section reveals a very impressive sounding team as well.

Look forward to more........

Bob C.


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choochy 
Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 25-Apr-2004 7:53:09
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We have been having a few outages since the new sites activation. So if you cant get to the site at anytime, please bear with us and check back again later.

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ikir 
Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 25-Apr-2004 9:11:40
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Simple and nice looking.

I see a white zone in the upper bar (white->red). Probabbly a missed image? Try to check the website with a higher resolution tha 1024x768, like 1280x1024.


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paulsamiga 
Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 25-Apr-2004 10:01:02
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Looks realy good


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choochy 
Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 26-Apr-2004 3:27:38
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@ikir
I am running 1280x1024 and everything seems fine. what browser are you using?

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olegil 
Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 26-Apr-2004 8:16:31
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Dude, try to validate the source with http://validator.w3.org/.

And seriously, DO NOT USE FONT-TAGS AND CSS AT THE SAME TIME.

Thank you for listening.


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Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 26-Apr-2004 8:45:43
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I love the look on the site! Pure "Amiga" feeling. Lovely!

Is AmigaShare supposed to be the next Aminet? I think a lot of old Amigans will look at Aminet for OS4 stuff.

OT: Btw. What's the deal with Aminet these days, will we continue to mix Classic binaries with PowerUP/WarpUP and OS4 and even MorphOS binaries.. It's quite annoying to find what you're looking for just to see that it's for another platform.

Hey! Why not include MacOS binaries while we're at it


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ikir 
Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 26-Apr-2004 9:36:15
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@ choochy

Mozilla 1.6


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Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
Posted on 26-Apr-2004 12:14:04
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@ikir

Thanks for that, it should be all fixed!

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Re: AmigaShare.com in Test Mode
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And seriously, DO NOT USE FONT-TAGS AND CSS AT THE SAME TIME.
Dude, why would you use font tags at all in this day and age? I mean, surely there is a CSS capable browser on just about every platform by now?


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