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AmigaRemix: New tracks online

Published 05.10.2019 - 08:12 by AndreasM

AmigaRemix is the page for remixed Amiga game and demo music and is accessible at the URL .

The collection contains more then 1,190 remixed songs.

The tracks are usually published by the composer and you can download them for free. [...]
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vbcc 0.9g release

Published 05.10.2019 - 00:04 by HelmutH

04.10.2019 vbcc 0.9g release

Changes since last release: [...]
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iComp does not exhibit on Amiga 34

Published 04.10.2019 - 23:33 by HelmutH

Message from 02.10.2019 iComp does not exhibit on Amiga 34 ... 4-aus.html

IComp comments why they are not listed on the exhibitor list of the Amiga 34,
although the iComp GmbH belonged to the original initiators of the Amiga 30 in Neuss [...]
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MUI 5.0-2019R3 for AmigaOS4/PPC and AmigaOS3/m68k released

Published 03.10.2019 - 12:06 by AndreasM

The MUI for AmigaOS development team is proud to announce the immediate release of version 5.0-2019R2 of the Magic User Interface for AmigaOS4/PPC and AmigaOS3/m68k. Please find the release archives in our download section .

Like all former releases a keyfile is required to enable all available settings. Old keyfiles from MUI 3.8 can be used without any restriction.

Please note that MUI5 for AmigaOS3/m68k is definitely targeted at powerful systems with a fast CPU and a fast graphic board. Although it is still possible to run this release on a real 68k machine an emulation like WinUAE is very highly recommended. Also colormapped screens with 256 colors at most are still supported, but MUI5 makes heavy use of fancy truecolor images and effects which cannot be provided on colormapped screens with the full range of possibilities. [...]
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Podcast Episode #75 - Christian Spanik's Digisaurier

Published 03.10.2019 - 12:03 by AndreasM

Christian Spanik is one of the best known IT journalists on the planet. From his start in journalism, to writing books, TV shows, and eventually joining Data Becker, he has had a hand in almost every facet of the computer world since the 80s. In this podcast, Christian sits down with AJ and Joerg to talk about his new project, Digisaurier, and about how changes in technology and our digital lifestyles impact the way that we consume information. (Interview begins at 14:53) ... gisaurier/

Amiga 34: Day plan Saturday

Published 02.10.2019 - 13:03 by AndreasM

Amiga 34: Day plan Saturday

10:00 Opening / Entry
10:10 - 10:35 Opening / Attunement Retro compote
10:40 - 11:05 Michael Parent (Bitbeamcannon) [...]
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Amiga Future Everywhere: AmigaOS 3 and 4 Dockie Update

Published 02.10.2019 - 12:49 by AndreasM

The Amiga Future AmigaOS 3 and AmigaOS 4 News Dockie released in the Version 1.05.

We are still looking for programmers for other systems (MorphOS, AROS, Windows and others).

The Amiga Future Everywhere 68k and AmigaOS 4 is a news dock. [...]
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MorphOS 3.12 - Public Release

Published 02.10.2019 - 12:46 by Amiga_4000

The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the public release of MorphOS 3.12. This new version introduces brand new dual-monitor capabilities to various Powerbook laptops as well as G5 desktop systems, and features improved thermal management, fan control and dynamic CPU frequency switching, which provide increased energy efficiency and reduced noise levels. Additionally, the Helios Firewire stack has been fully integrated into the core OS and we added support for hundreds of modern printers and scanners.

Furthermore, the Odyssey web browser has been upgraded and now utilizes newer and more modern components for handling connections, encryption, spell-checking, and low-level drawing operations. Plus, it features a redesigned and more adaptive user interface.

In addition, our official integrated development environment Flow Studio has been substantially updated and extended yet again bringing numerous usability and LUA scripting enhancements, full support for Hollywood, and code sensing as well as function listing abilities for many additional languages. [...]
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Amiga Art Contest 2019

Published 02.10.2019 - 12:46 by Amiga_4000

Turn on those Amiga's and launch DeluxePaint! It's time for the First Annual Amiga Art Contest! I have joined up with Pixel Vixen and Amiga on the Lake to host a fun art contest using our Amiga's as the paint brush.

The rules are simple:

* Use an Amiga to create the artwork. A real one or virtual one is just fine. [...]
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A pre-configured development machine for AROS

Published 02.10.2019 - 12:46 by Amiga_4000

Paolo Besser write:

One of the best (and also most scaring) features of AROS is its own build
environment, which is driven by metamake files and can be a little difficult
to understand. [...]
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