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software OS4   software OS4 : SDK Browser v2.0.0.100 released to registered owners
   posted by JamieKrueger on 9-Dec-2016 5:11:23 (6180 reads)
Hello Everyone,

I am pleased to announce that the
first new release of the SDK Browser for AmigaOS4 in 10 years,
is now available for immediate download by all registered owners.

[Link to full size screenshot]

Version is a Release Candidate for the upcoming
SDK Browser v2.1.0.0,
which is intended to go public before Christmas this year.

This new version contains several important updates over the last public release (v1.6.0.0).
One of the most significant updates is the move to using newer style AmigaDOS API calls for
all file scanning and directory browsing functions, which now means that the SDK Browser
fully supports 64-BIT filesystems and hence very large drives.

Here is a brief overview of new features found in v2:
o Updated and built for the latest AmigaOS4 SDK
o Tested under AmigaOS4.1 FE [Update 1]
o Support for 64-BIT Filesystems
o New (STRUCT)ure browsing
o User settable Fonts and displayed Tab lengths
o Dynamic target screen selector
o Mouse Wheel Variable Acceleration Mode
o Enhanced user preference settings
o New "Find Files (in dir)"
o New "Search (in Search Results)"
o New "Open in File Browser"
o New "Open in Workbench window..."
o More...

For more information, visit

** SPECIAL NOTE to all registered owners of either the SDK Browser
or the AVD Suite: If you have not already received a direct email
about this release, please contact me at:
to update your contact information. Thanks.

Best Regards,

Jamie Krueger
BITbyBIT Software Group LLC

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Re: SDK Browser v2.0.0.100 released to registered owners
Posted on 20-Dec-2016 15:05:49
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Joined: 20-Sep-2009
Posts: 252
From: Germany

Thanks for your reply!
Once the SDK Browser is available at AmiStore i will purchase it ;) So fix the bug or release it to AmiStore (it is planned as i saw in some news/comments?)


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Re: SDK Browser v2.1.2.0 FREEWARE Edition Update
Posted on 23-Dec-2016 20:36:11
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Joined: 20-Jun-2004
Posts: 147
From: From the BITbyBIT lab: USA

@imagodespira (Thomas), @All
@Jamie: But if i QUIT the SDK Browser (in Menu), it also quits Amidock! Thanks for fixing ;)

I have just released a fix for this problem.

Please download the new SDK Browser v2.1.2.0 FREEWARE Edition
and give it a try: Download SDK Browser v2.1.2.0 [FREEWARE]

* This bug does/did not exist in the Registered versions, only the FREEWARE edition.

Best Regards,

Jamie Krueger
BITbyBIT Software Group LLC

Jamie Krueger
BITbyBIT Software Group LLC
PLEASE NOTE: I only speak for myself and my company,
and am not a spokesperson for Amiga Inc.

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