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software OS4   software OS4 : zTools 1.8 available on AMIStore
   posted by zzd10h on 1-Jun-2015 21:10:24 (1475 reads)
zTools 1.8, new free monthly update, is now available on AMIStore.


This version contains some enhancements for FastView & aTunes and minor updates for SysMon & FlipPaper.



Click READ MORE for details ===>



-FastView 4.1

Please, read ReadMe.txt for more informations.

* Added an new column to display thumbnail of pictures.

* Added an Autorotate option to automatically rotate JPEG pictures according to the rotation EXIF indicator.

* Added a parameter AutoRotate (ON / OFF, default OFF)

* Added a singlepicture switch AutoRotate =ON OFF (default OFF)

* Added a "Open in FastView" SinglePicture menu option to open current picture in standard FastView




-aTunes 2.9

* Added CLI support to add Songs/Drawers by CLI

* Increased the relative width of the Song Informations frame.

* Fixed a wrong ASL requester freeing.

* Fixed a non freed signal


-SysMon 5.1

* Added a shortcut and a bubble help for System/Libraries/FlushMUI button


-FlipPaper v2.4

* Modified menus "Send by..." and "Disposal"


See you for the next zTools package...maybe in september
Guillaume 'zzd10h'
    

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tommysammy 
Re: zTools 1.8 available on AMIStore
Posted on 2-Jun-2015 5:07:56
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Thanks :)


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Re: zTools 1.8 available on AMIStore
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Cheers mate :)

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Re: zTools 1.8 available on AMIStore
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Thank you


...oops, the default thumbnails cache drawer of FastView doesn't work.
I resent an archive to AmigaKit.

If you want, you can specify another drawer in FastView/Settings/Cache.

Thank you, Kicko, for the report...


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Re: zTools 1.8 available on AMIStore
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thanks


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