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Software News   Software News : AKDatatypes Updated (45.7)
   posted by _Steve_ on 28-Oct-2002 17:25:03 (1867 reads)
Due to a screwed test setup, a buggy akJFIF 45.6 version went to Aminet. As a result, 45.7 of all three datatypes now is available for download on my website (www.ar-kleinert.de)

This is because Aminet has a 10 day upload delay for updates - and additionally I might not be able to do any uploads the first week of November.
    

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