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fxBlankers 1.1 for MorphOS released

Published 13.01.2022 - 14:17 by AndreasM

fxBlankers released three weeks ago in the Version 1.1 for MorphOS.


* Added a settings option to adjust the theme of the blankers (Fire, Purple, Blue and Green) [...]
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Kultmags: start of the year 2022 - 13x CPU

Published 13.01.2022 - 14:15 by AndreasM

Klaus Sommer wrote:

Let's start the new year with 13 more editions of the CPU!
All editions of 1983 and 1984 have just been added.
Many thanks again to Ralph Roeske, who made the issues available to me in paper form for the scan! [...]
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Amiga Future magazine & AFA Viewer index update

Published 13.01.2022 - 11:53 by AndreasM

News originally published on: 12.11.2021 - 13:25

The Amiga Future magazine index has been updated by Helmut Haake and now also contains the index of the latest edition of the Amiga Future.

The magazine index contains all article titles from the Amiga Future editions.
This makes it easier to find a specific article in over 20 years of Amiga Future.
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LOAD issues 5 to 7 available again from APC&TCP

Published 13.01.2022 - 10:53 by AndreasM

After a short time the issue 5, 6 and 7 of the German magazine Load from the "Verein zurhaltung Klassischer Computer e.V" in our online shop
If these 3 issues were sold out, they are now available again from us.

E-book in progress: Rom Kernel Reference Manual (for OS 3.2)

Published 09.01.2022 - 12:23 by osz

E-book in progress: Rom Kernel Reference Manual (for OS 3.2)

Camilla Boemann and Jason Stead are currently working on a book: ROM Kernel Reference Manual (for OS 3.2). The book is a reference for the AmigaOS 2.0 to 3.2 and is aimed at developers who mainly work with the C programming language. However, since the scope of the subject is enormous, the book must not be seen as a completed project. The decision to use it as a PDF is intended, updates are to expand the scope of the topic in the future. It can therefore initially be that some topics are not dealt with at all or are dealt with a little too briefly.

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More videos for Amiga online

Published 09.01.2022 - 12:07 by AndreasM

On the following links you will find your other Youtube-Video about the Amiga, which were released in the last days:

10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast: Amiga 600 RGB2HDMI Review - Episode 117 [...]
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Virtual dimension: Where the past meets the future

Published 09.01.2022 - 12:06 by AndreasM

35 years of gaming experience, as well as 20 years worth of Internet videos - Virtual Dimension has been dealing with the digital world for many years to report on interesting, as well as, background information. Whether that's the C64, Amiga, PC, Atari or Schneider: Virtual Dimension knows the history of computer gaming and so gives you the chance to glance backwards while at the same time looking forward to the future.

Since our last announcement, Virtual Dimension has now put the following videos online:

AmigaOS 3.2: Hintergründe und Installation (Virtuelle Welten) [...]
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Stuart Brow Documentation: Trackers - The Sound of 16-Bit

Published 09.01.2022 - 12:00 by osz

Stuart Brow Documentation: Trackers - The Sound of 16-Bit

Stuart Brow would like to build on his graphic documentation A Brief History of Graphics with Trackers: The Sound of 16-Bit. He takes us back to 1984, when 16-bit represented the new benchmark in computer technology and elicited completely new musical soundscapes from computers. The Amiga is not neglected either, among other things the trackers Digibooster, OctaMED and The Ultimate Soundtracker are discussed in the 41-minute documentary.

The documentation can be viewed for free on YouTube: [...]
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amigahid-pico: Use USB (HID) devices on the Amiga

Published 09.01.2022 - 11:44 by osz

amigahid-pico: Use USB (HID) devices on the Amiga

amigahid was developed as firmware for AVR chips with a MAX3421E USB host controller. The project of the GitHub user borb listens for keystrokes of a connected keyboard and sends them, translated in an understandable way for the Amiga, directly to the keyboard connection on the Amiga 500 mainboard to which it is connected. If you are looking for more information about the amigahid project, you will find it on GitHub:

There is currently a new project from borb on GitHub, which is supposed to provide the amigahid firmware for the cheap Raspberry Pi Pico. For this purpose, the Raspberry Pi Pico is soldered onto a circuit board specially developed for the project. The amigahid-pico project is still in development (work in progress), so not too much should be expected from the project yet. The great advantage of the Raspberry Pi Pico is that the RP2040 microcontroller provides a so-called on-the-go USB controller and a Cortex M0 dual-core CPU. Furthermore, it also enables additional devices (mouse and game controller) to be connected and their signals to be processed with comparatively little effort via the GPIO interface. [...]
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Amiga Future: New full versions online

Published 08.01.2022 - 15:16 by AndreasM

The download area of the Amiga Future was updated today. So, you can now find the following full versions online:

- Time

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