New software releases by OnyxSoft

Date 27-Jul-2007 14:51:12
Topic: Software News

OnyxSoft is releasing a full 6 software updates!

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Annotate v2.6 - (OS4) A very comprehensive text editor with a lot of functions. These are the major updates since the public release v2.5: Syntax highlighting with current support for C/C++, Amiga-E, AmigaGuide and XML. Unlimited Undo/Redo. Ann can remember where in a file you last edited and scroll there when the file is opened. Double/tripple-click to select word, syntactic phrase, line or bracket contents. Plus a few bugfixes since v2.5.3.

AllKeys v2.2 - (OS4,MOS) Hotkey program supporting most multimedia-keys and mousebuttons. Fixed a problem with the ARexx command being split between the ARexx command and CLI command fields.

BackUp v1.45 - (68k) Backup program that mirrors a directory structure. Fixed the annoying hit (=Grim Reaper on OS4) when starting the program.

DRemind v1.71 - (68k) Reminder program with Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Yearly/Single/Day- or Time interval reminds which will show as a small window and/or execute a file or Arexx command. Fixed a couple of more bugs regarding the prefs file and other things. You may get a warning if you have made reminds using DRemindPrefs v2.70.

DECH v1.48 - (68k) A small GUI for CLI-only compilers such as ec, gcc, vbcc, make, etc. Now using the system font also for the main GUI. Fixed the annoying hit (=Grim Reaper on OS4) when opening any of the config windows sometimes.

JoinSplitter v1.31 - (68k) Split and join files with a GUI. Fixed the annoying hit (=Grim Reaper on OS4) when starting the program.

This is mainly a maintenance update with a lot of bug fixes all over. The exception is Annotate which has got the biggest improvements ever between v2.5-v2.6.

Note: The OnyxSoft homepage will be updated shortly. The files on the page are the new ones (even if it won't look like that!), but the visuals will be updated shortly.

Remember: The more you nag about bugs or lack of features, the more frequent the updates will come!!

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