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Internet News   Internet News : Pagestream back on track
   posted by tomazkid on 12-Sep-2007 0:31:39 (2431 reads)
Some good news on the Pagestream homepage, new versions available for Linux and Windows and this message:
2007-09-07 - New Linux and Windows downloads are now available. Been a long time coming, but we are back up and running. Sorry to everyone for the delay, but the good news is we are back on track!

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Re: Pagestream back on track
Posted on 12-Sep-2007 7:27:18
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Yeah! Great news.
It is worth to mention that all platform based on the same source core. So every new Linux or win release means the new features, bugfixes are placed already to our next release.

Last edited by Lazi on 12-Sep-2007 at 07:54 AM.

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Re: Pagestream back on track
Posted on 12-Sep-2007 10:18:46
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Ive managed to lose my Pagestream disc. So I wonder what do I do? I would like to run Pagestream 4.1 or 5 on my MorphOS machine.

Ive used Pagestream for my magazine back in time. Is there some way to get the right code?


Michal, Amiga user since 1988

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Re: Pagestream back on track
Posted on 12-Sep-2007 10:39:49
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Ive managed to lose my Pagestream disc. So I wonder what do I do? I would like to run Pagestream 4.1 or 5 on my MorphOS machine.

If you have your serial number and username details you can login to the pagestream site and downlaod the latest stable, and beta, of the version you bought. Then just unarc and install.

Peter Swallow.
A1XEG3-800 [IBM 750FX PowerPC], running OS4.1FE, using ac97 onboard sound.

"There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary, and those who don't."

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Re: Pagestream back on track
Posted on 12-Sep-2007 19:57:40
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Any news about a Mac OSX version of Pagestream? Mac OS is blessed with the high priced top end of DTP and some really poor low end/shareware DTP programs. I think Pagestreams high end spec and low cost could make a killing with Mac OS, I really do!

SAM 460 with 2GB or RAM, 1000GB HD, 4 port SATA, DVDRW drive and Radeon HD 4650 GFX card.

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Re: Pagestream back on track
Posted on 12-Sep-2007 21:13:15
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Hi Sicky

Mac OSX version is in Alpha only, stagnated due to deron's upheaval, no work since Jan 2007

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen

Some people are like slinkies. Not really good for anything but they bring a smile to your face when pushed down the stairs.

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Re: Pagestream back on track
Posted on 13-Sep-2007 2:57:16
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Hi ajs,
If you take a look you will see actually that a new OSX alpha was made available last month, and work continues there.

I was lucky enough to get a MacBook Pro in April and have been using that as my main development system. It was just these last few weeks that I've had enough room and electricity to run a desktop computer.

To stay on topic (Amiga!), I found one of the two tubs with my Amiga/MOS computers. I still have to sand and paint in the room/office so I may not get them out for another week (but I'm still looking for the last box!) Then I can compile up Amiga releases. Of course, I still need to finish the house, fence, and get a windmill up for better power but at least that all can play second fiddle now.

Thanks for keeping an eye out for me, friends! (ain't google grand? I would have never seen this thread otherwise...)


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