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News   News : Total Amiga - Issue 14!
   posted by Adlib on 9-Feb-2003 12:46:52 (1491 reads)
The latest, eagerly anticipated Spring 2003 issue of Total Amiga Magazine coming soon via subscription, individually, and at an Amiga vendor near you! For more details including release date, visit our website.


HOLLYWOOD. "The new multimedia authoring package for the Amiga. But can it topple SCALA? Our reviewers sit in front of the screen and bring you their verdict."

Our main Feature is:- WEBDESIGN! "A true epic struggle, starring brave and determined reviewers, see if it can be done using an Amiga."

SOFTWARE TYCOON. "The good, the bad and the ugly. Oscar Nominee or Turkey of the Year?"

Quake II - "On the Amiga. A long established Title, but will the latest Hyperion Entertainment port leave you reaching for more popcorn or heading to the exit?"
    

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L8-X 
Re: Total Amiga - Issue 14!
Posted on 9-Feb-2003 17:13:51
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I just got a years sub!


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Re: Total Amiga - Issue 14!
Posted on 9-Feb-2003 19:15:00
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Same here even though i write for the magazine.
After this issue comes out it will need renewing.
I hope to renew it at Alt-WOA!

Hope to see you all there even though i dont know what you look like!


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Re: Total Amiga - Issue 14!
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Well I DON`T look like my avatar, so you`ll find it hard to spot me!


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This will make for an interesting read for me, because not only am I
interested in the new multimedia software review, but I'm extremely
interested to see what tools Total Amiga are using to write their
websites on the Amiga.

I can write and develop the code, let's be honest HTML isn't hard
(it's not really a programming language us it) but I've not yet found
a decent program in Amiga to do the graphics on. You need a program
that will make GIFs with transparent backrounds for you.

I'll wait with anticipation to see what their solution is!


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Re: Total Amiga - Issue 14!
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i don't know of any progs fro transparent back ground gifs but i know the best HTML coding prog around which is GoldEd 6. I have it and love it.

p.s. i hope to be at alt-WOA


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I would like to go, but its a bit far for me (Glasgow). I went to the woa 95 at Wembley what a journey that was left the house at 5.00am got the 6.00am train at glasgow central, got to Euston station, then went on underground, changed lines....got there for just after 2.00pm left at 4.30pm had to wait till after 12.00am for train home got in around 8.00am next day, NIGHTMARE JOURNEY Spent 2 1/2 hrs in total at show!

Only good thing was I enjoyed the show, and got to meet some mates I had spoke/wrote to that stayed down south.


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I live about half way between Glasgow and London so it is not so hard for me to get to WoAse but i really want to got to ALT-WoA, Didtpite it being so close to me i havn't been as i havn't had the money.

i hope to be there.


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