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Software News   Software News : Malibu 1.3 released
   posted by softwarefailure on 24-Feb-2012 22:31:04 (1744 reads)
The Malibu plugin, which enables Hollywood to run those hardware-banging Scala scripts 100% RTG friendly on your Workbench, is now available in version 1.3. This version is enhanced for Hollywood 5.0 and brings some improvements and bug fixes over the old version. It is available as a free download for all registered Malibu users from the Airsoft Softwair homepage.

Please visit the Malibu product page for more information and a download link for the update. The big news in this version is that Malibu is now also available for AROS (i386) and Microsoft Windows. Users who have bought Malibu can request the AROS and Windows version via email for free.

Here are some screenshots of Malibu 1.3 running Scala scripts on Windows from the Hollywood 5.0 IDE:

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Re: Malibu 1.3 released
Posted on 24-Feb-2012 23:57:05
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Verry nice way to continue Scala over time, bit expensive. But to clarify it enables IMPORT and EDITING (+adding Hoolywood stuff), not just PLAYING

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Re: Malibu 1.3 released
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@vox

Yes, it converts your SCALA into full editable Hollywood.

@Andreas

Thanks - I was waiting for this update!


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Re: Malibu 1.3 released
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i never got this to work :(

i have made lots of wild demos for the demoscene with scala scripts back in the day (was a nice way to stream/play fmv's etc).

that said, i never upgraded malibu after the first version (hollywood1.0,designer1.0 etc) but maybe i should now :)

edit: malibu 1.1 (2005) and designer 1.03 . hollywood 2.0 or something

i'll get hollywood 5.0+latest designer anyway so i'll get malibu too even if its just for converting my old scala wild demos :)

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