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Software News   Software News : Atlas 2005 First images
   posted by amipuzas on 23-Dec-2004 6:55:33 (1670 reads)
First images of Atlas 2005 revealed!, limited but functional, fast scroll in zoom mode response, all the world countries, world locator, super finder included, is able to find countries inserting only 2 letters, Polytical and physical maps, detailed countries stadistics, country locator, zoom option, well and some more things to come...

well and some more extra, but this is in beta state yet, i need web space to upload the program,my server is full, if anyone can have the first bet in an own server you will have this program in short. Work fine under AmigaOS and Morphos, Amipuzas webpage:

Wolrd Atas 2005 images

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Re: Atlas 2005 First images
Posted on 23-Dec-2004 10:34:15
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Another interesting program on the way.
Have a good christmas everyone


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Re: Atlas 2005 First images
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Looks very nice (you've definitely got the skill of making user interfaces look great ) Only thing I'd worry about is the copyright for the images - do you plan to bundle the images in with the application, get people to download them seperately or grab them dynamically of the webserver? I'd have thought that you might need to get permission if you're going to include the maps...


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Re: Atlas 2005 First images
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Not too bad at all.

I'd like to see a better zoom (Sorry if there will be one, I've not read about it yet). As it is, we may as well use the AmiDock Lens to Zoom in & it's not TRULY practical just yet... Not until out screens are build using co-ords, vectors & other scalable elements where we can REALLY zoom in on what we want...

Hey, there's an idea for Workbench. a MASSIVE Workbench that you can zoom out of to see more & zoom in to when you wanna view a single window or app... Hmmm...


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