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Software News   Software News : Navbar - a integrated file manager for the Workbench
   posted by Mason on 31-Mar-2007 23:11:38 (2816 reads)
Navbar adds a new funtionality to the Workbench. It is a file manager, but unlike like its predecessor, is full integrated into the Workbench.

Rather than running it as a separate program on its own screen or window, and switching to it whenever you need to copy, delete or view files, it forms an integral part of the familiar Workbench environment, adding its power and ease of use to all Workbench operations.

If you want to improve the speed and efficiency of Workbench in a way that suits your needs, Navbar is the way to go.

Navbar needs AmigaOS4 and AISS.
    

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Re: Navbar - a integrated file manager for the Workbench
Posted on 31-Mar-2007 23:24:59
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Trying again...

Excellent program Mason, I'm using it now...

I've been waiting for something like this for ages


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It's really nice Mason, thanks for both Navbar and AISS!


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excellent !

looks like DOpus (unless it is first april joke )

good job, Mason !

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Thanks Mason ;)

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@Mason

What, one year has passed again? ;)

And I thought "Kejo Piral" stopped coding for the Amiga (with OS4), he's a 68k ASM guy after all...

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Nobody noticed the sound effects yet?

Pretty cool.

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Am I missing something? Because when I try to install it all I get is a popup saying this is an April Fools joke.


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@Kraftwerk2

I think that is the point, though I found it interesting that this came out one day early.


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@Mason

Err, who do we sent bug reports to?


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Although I prefer two windowed file managers, I have to admit that this one is indeed looks nice and handy. Nice work!


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Kejo Piral April Joke


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ahhh...again Mason...boring!!!


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@Kraftwerk2

Quote:
Am I missing something?


Erm, a sense of humour?

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Not a day early, he released it at midnight HIS time... it's not our fault your slow


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@Severin

Heh, darn timezones.


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