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Announcement   Announcement : Amiga Seeding the Success Campaign July 2008 Winner
   posted by DiscreetFX on 15-Aug-2008 7:38:34 (2907 reads)
Chicago, Illinois – August 15th, 2008

Amiga Seeding the Success Campaign July 2008 Winner

The time has come to reveal the next winner of the Seeding the Success campaign from DiscreetFX. July's winner is PageStream from Grasshopper LLC.

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Through good times and bad time PageStream has been a staple application on the Amiga platform. Now with all it's different versions it is truly a platform agnostic desktop publishing application. DTP programs on other platforms claim that their multi-platform but nothing comes close to being on as many operating systems as PageStream.

DiscreetFX congratulates their dedication and sticking with the Amiga through thick and thin. They adapted with change and also produced a MorphOS & Amiga OS 4.0 version. Classic Amiga owners are not left behind and even Linux, Mac OS X & Windows desktop publishers can get in on the page layout fun. Please follow our lead and support this hard working developer, the latest version 5.0 Pro has many cutting edge features and even allows you to edit some PDF files.

DiscreetFX has already sent this developer $100 via Paypal and has supported this great application for many years. Who will be the next winner of the Seeding the Success campaign. We are spreading positive karma though the Amiga OS, AROS & MorphOS communities.

Best regards

DiscreetFX Team
    

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tomazkid 
Re: Amiga Seeding the Success Campaign July 2008 Winner
Posted on 15-Aug-2008 9:29:34
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Congratulations


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nice one :D

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Congratulations to PageStream programmers.


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Could someone please add the following link to the press release.

www.pagestream.org


That's the URL if you want to buy the package for your operating system.


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The 5.0 pro version is available for amiga or it will ?

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@nubechecorre

It's available


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Quote:

Could someone please add the following link to the press release.

www.pagestream.org

That's the URL if you want to buy the package for your operating system.


Ha! I thought about doing that earlier today when I first read this. Hope it looks good to you now. It does to me.


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Thanx Moxee


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Any info on how Deron and his wife are getting on with their new home?

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CONGRATULATIONS!


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Good news! Congratulations.

But how about the availability for OS 4? Webstite states that this is still in development and that buyers receive a demo or something. Or does the 68k-version run nicely under OS 4?


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But how about the availability for OS 4? Webstite states that this is still in development and that buyers receive a demo or something. Or does the 68k-version run nicely under OS 4?


the os4 version only is available as a alpha/beta version. it runs and you can do most things - but not everything works. especially the new mui gui has some glitches.
but if you order it you are entitled to the older 68k version also (afaik). so you can run both.
and the old 68k version runs very nice.
you sometimes see a reaper but usually aou can continue.

i hope to see a newer beta for os4 soon. the current one is 2 years old

byebye...


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