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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : OS4 Zone - Have you seen the latest?
   posted by Mikey_C on 24-Jun-2005 8:17:24 (1970 reads)
Just a friendly reminder that Amigaworld's OS4 Zone continues to grow, here is a selection of our latest articles....

*Classic AmigaOS Emulation - A Guide for WinUAE (6 pages) (12-Jun-2005)
*AmigaDOS 3.1 online reference manual
*Amiga C tutorial
*Im a newbie, help me!
*AmigaWiki - Development Section

And many more, zip on over to OS4 Zone today!
    

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Re: OS4 Zone - Have you seen the latest?
Posted on 24-Jun-2005 9:06:09
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Needs a lot more work before its anything I would be particularly proud of, work I dont have time to put in on it at the mo.

 
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You are far too modest, it's a good reference guide


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@Wiffy

I was reading the section on opening screens, seems strightforward
enough. But how does one open a screen from the screen's database
eg; for GFX cards instead of the chipset (ECS, AGA etc).


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OS4Zone is not a good name as It sounds like MorphZone. Not enough to duplicate the system with OS4, all sites must be duplicated?

If we have two OS, It's better to not doing exactly the same things or at least rename it

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Tetuzo,

It's just a name!

Relax,
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Not enough to duplicate the system with OS4

I don't get it.


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There's nothing wring with the name Tetuzo, and bear in mind, it is not an individualised website at this moment.


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Uhhhh! What does WinUAE have to do with OS 4?


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One thing confuses me. There are 3 (?) porting requests but when I click it shows only 1 software, FreePascal. Does it mean that 3 requests are done for FreePascal, or...?

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@wolfe

Good point, it shouldn't be in there, I thought it was a E-UAE guide for AmigaOS.

I shall ask to get it moved to articles, it doesn't belong in OS4 zone.

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@Mikey_C

The article is already in the "Tutorials" section of the site, and shouldn't be showing on your OS4 zone. It isn't a case that it has been added to the wrong place.

However, while it isn't E-UAE specific, general points and tips within the article can be applied across any of the UAE ports.


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