Individual Computers write:
The RTG driver P96 enjoys growing popularity: More then 40 paid downloads (more than a third of them for the full price or more) during the weeks since version V3.2.0 has been published, have taken us over the threshold of 30% cost coverage since we've taken ownership of the software in 2016. We'd like to send a big thank-you to the Amiga community for strong support and detailed bug reports in our support forum, which help us improve the software on a regular basis.
Version 3.2.2 attempts one more time to deal with broken software: If a program like Descent opens a planar screen mode, but combines it with chunky rendering routines, the new version 3.2.2 can display a correct picture despite this evident software error.
Sprite colours are now switched if the sprite travels from one screen to another in a split-screen environment. This fixes the colour of the mouse pointer during screen dragging.
masked blitting of planar bitmaps has been fixed: This fixes the "Palette"-preferences program.
If a split-screen (dragged screen) is used on a PIV-card, the video-window will not be disabled, but will pan together with the front screen. Note that P96 currently does not support video or memory windows on the back screen.
The Amiga Future 154 was released on the January 5th.