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Announcement   Announcement : Total Amiga Magazine
   posted by Mikey_C on 21-Sep-2003 21:24:01 (4558 reads)
October 9th Will see issue 16 of Total Amiga Magazine released to the world.

Exclusive!
Going Industrial, Alan Redhouse on why Eyetech are moving away from the Amiga retail scene, the newest UK Amiga Dealer unveiled, his trip to China and all things AmigaOne Lite.


Plus! Fleecy Moss, Amiga's CTO, reveals why he's confident on the future of Amiga OS4 and more!

Fetaures in this astounding issue include, AmigaOne XE-G4 Preview, The Amiga Community and its Divided Loyalties.

Reviews of MorphOS 1.4, Algor USB, Hollywood 1.5, AmiAtlas 6, Perfect Paint 2.93, Mas-Player, Mediator and SuperTV, ScummVM and our PD Paradise section.

Special for this month in our Support Section!
Dave Pitcher a man who needs no introduction, starts a series of C tutorials. Want to cash in on the new Amiga wave? Learn to program and write that next masterpiece with the help of an expert. Plus Enhanced Scanning and digital Camera Images and Tales of Tamar Part 4.

For more details, including, how you can get hold of Total Amiga Magazine, please visit http://www.totalamiga.org

Total Amiga Magazine, setting the pace.
    

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Re: Total Amiga Magazine
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LOL @ above 3 posts


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Poster: pteppic Date: 22-Sep-2003 8:38:37

Just sent in my subscription order


I'm sorely tempted to do just that too. It has been a long time since I bought any magazines since my last subscription to an Amiga Mag ended (AmigActive -> Digital).


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@_Steve_

Send that sub request, you'll not regret it!


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@_Steve_

If you want to get a feel for the magazine, take a look at the PDFs in the "Back Issues" section of our website. We have all issues that have sold-out available for download. Issue 14 is a good example of a recent issue.

http://www.totalamiga.org/backissues.html

I should mention that issues 15 and 16 have been proofread much more throughly so they should be considerably better in that respect.

BTW, thanks to everyone for the positive comments in this thread. I hope you enjoy issue 16 when it arrives.

Robert


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If anyone here isn't subscribed then do now! I did, and haven't regretted it

BTW has the cover designer been reading too much Private Eye?

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@ TA team

You might want to have a look at the links on the website - clicking "current issue" twice takes you to issue 15, but clicking "current issue" then "next issue" keeps you on 16


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@alx

"BTW has the cover designer been reading too much Private Eye?"

Yes I think you are right there, I have spotted the odd copy at Roberts house! All is revealed


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@alx

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BTW has the cover designer been reading too much Private Eye?


:) The spoof cover should have been replaced by the real thing now (see also my avatar).

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You might want to have a look at the links on the website - clicking "current issue" twice takes you to issue 15


Sounds like a cache problem to me, when I try here the pages are all correct. Could you try again and reload the issue 16 page, hopefully you'll get the right cover image and links.

The site update is scripted using hsc so, theoretically, all the links should be updated correctly without manual intervention when a new issue comes along.

Thanks

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hmmz.. when does my subscription go out? will i be informed before i do so ? ...

ok i need some info on this one , also am i on a mailing list ? ..dont think so...

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@ Steve thank`s I really must learn how to spell.
Any one wanna buy me a dictionary for my birthday?

 
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@ Magic2003

Rather than use a printed Dictionary, why not use AmiDiction (an on-line dictionary) which is very good.

If you do not spell the word you are looking for correctly it reports back with a "did you mean" message with a list of alternative words that will usually include the one you are looking for.... sorted!

You can download it here http://us.aminet.net/~aminet/comm/tcp/AmiDiction.lha

Good word hunting my friend


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Plus! Fleecy Moss, Amiga's CTO, reveals why he's confident on the future of Amiga OS4 and more!


It seems everyone may have missed this.This could be very interesting indeed> Perhaps the non disclosure contracs have ended and he can now freely talk about many things he has been unable to in the fornightly questions?


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