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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


Origyn 1.9 now available

Date 12-Feb-2008 22:31:15
Topic: Software News


Another Origyn update was released on Tuesday February 12th, bringing up the version number from 1.8 to 1.9. Changes include a new progress bar, Workbench tooltype support, a home gadget and a few bug fixes. As always, the complete program can be found on strohmayer.org as a 2.3 MB 7 Zip-archive along with a complete changelog.



About Origyn
Origyn is a free web browser originally designed for cell phones, set top boxes and other consumer electronic gadgets. It rests on a SDL -implemented version of Apple's WebKit rendering engine. The AmigaOS version is available exclusively for OS 4.0 and is to this date the only Amiga HTML browser with official support for Cascading Style Sheets. Since the its introduction in December 2007, Origyn has for AmigaOS has enjoyed several updates stirring up quite some interest among Amiga users in the process.



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