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Posted By: pegasos-sigi2. on 2014/12/8 19:41:59
Powerpoint Loader for Calimero 0.4 at cristmas timeA beginning feature for Calimero 0.4: A Powerpoint (.ppt) loader.

The screenshot shows the beginning of this pice of software. Many many letters they told me the structure of a ppt-file.

The parsing of pure Text in ppt files is a not existing problem. Parsing of pictures are more dificult, but i have a little helper: A Webside, who told me how i can find pictures in a ppt file.

More are in not to far future.
Posted By: Papiosaur. on 2014/11/24 8:07:45
Carsten 'pegasossigi' Siegner has just released Calimero 0.2, the future native word processor for MorphOS.

Planed features:

- Export to epub, pdf and html format;
- Import/export to amigaguide, odt and txt;
- Import from doc ;
- Create whole homepages (+ upload to http server...);
- Printing (postscript);
- Add Pictures.

See a snapshot.
Download Calimero_0.2.lha.
Visit his website.

Don't hesitate to support Carsten in this project participating to the dedicated bounty available on www.warmup-asso.org.
Posted By: Papiosaur. on 2014/11/17 22:43:21
Carsten 'pegasossigi' Siegner has just released a new alpha version of Calimero, the future native word processor for MorphOS.

Planed features:

- Export of ebooks, pdf and html ;
- In/export of amigaguide, odt and txt ;
- Inport of doc ;
- Create whole homepages (+ upload to http server...) ;
- Printing (postdcript) ;
- Add Pictures.

See a snapshot.
Download Calimero_0.1.lha
Visit pegasossigi website.

Don't hesitate to support Carsten in this project participating in the dedicated bounty available on www.warmup-asso.org.
Posted By: jPV. on 2014/11/17 18:11:42
Finnish Amiga Users Group's Saku 2014 event was held in Tampere, Finland, on September 20th and the event was crowded by an estimated 200-300 visitors.
Posted By: AndreasM. on 2014/11/4 15:29:51
The English and German issue 111 (November/December 2014) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine. This issue features a special on MorphOS and office software, and articles about many other topics.

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=article&k=4661
Posted By: Daff. on 2014/11/2 17:00:37
The following articles have been added to the website of the french Amiga/MorphOS magazine Obligement (http://obligement.free.fr) during the last two months:

- Septembre/October news.
- Old articles from Amiga News 60 to 62 : Review of AMOS Pro 2.0, Review of CanDo 2.5, Hardware: CD32, Review of Brilliance, Interview with Spina, Report: World Of Commodore 1993 Pasadena, Hardware: Emplant, Review of Real 3D 2.0, Hardware: Vidi Amiga 12, etc.
- Interview with Philippe Guichardon (games developper).
- Interview with Randy Platt (developper at Cinemaware).
- Review of VR Slingshot.
- Review of AMIStore.
- Review of Speed Dreams 2.
- Comparison : multimedias software from 1988-1993.
- Update of the glossary.
- File: the Amiga CD32.
- Tutorial: Wi-Fi on MorphOS.
- Tutorial: installation of AmigaOS 4.1 Classic on WinUAE.
- Tutorial: Retr0Bright (update).
- Special quizz about the graphic cards.

Rendez-vous on http://obligement.free.fr for this nice reading.
All translations are welcome. Please contact David "Daff" Brunet for more info.
Posted By: Papiosaur. on 2014/10/29 10:53:23
Last weekend took place the third edition of the μAlchimie to Clérieux (France) organized by the TrippleA association. A gathering of AmigaNG users (AmigaOS 4.x and MorphOS), Amiga Classic, retro consoles and computers.

The general assembly of the association WArMUp took place during this event. The new statutes of the association are available on this link.

Here are photos and videos of the gathering proposed by K-L:

http://www.amiga-ng.org/resources/MicroAlchimie2k14
http://www.afle.org/Images/MicroAlchimie3/index.html
http://kickstart.id1945.com/Micro-Alchimie3/index.htm
http://cpcrulez.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5323#p27086
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-I1NINdWUM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8gjhtBPB6Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hFjcpGLrzU

A podcast (in french) produced by BatteMan during this μAlchimie III is available on AmigaImpact.
Posted By: neoman. on 2014/10/27 12:14:41
The well-known mail client SimpleMail for MorphOS got quite outdated and incompatible recently, so mail servers like Google Mail were not functioning properly with SSL anymore. Also AmiSSL is quite patchworked, so I ported OpenSSL into SimpleMail. All newer SSL/TLS protocols are working with SimpleMail-MOS now. Additionally I fixed a bug in the IMAP folder index implementation, so huge IMAP accounts can be fetched now.

I released that as a fork called SimpleMail-MOS in which I will add features and fixes particular for MorphOS. When the authors of SimpleMail make some changes to their client in future I will merge them into this fork to keep it up-to-date.

You can find the source and a download link here: https://code.google.com/p/simplemail-mos/
Posted By: Krashan. on 2014/10/25 11:19:40
While DigiBooster 3 replayer routine is available from some time as a static library, having it as shared one has some advantages. First applications using it may be smaller, secondly, updates of the player engine may be installed by users, applications need not to be recompiled. The library may be downloaded from MorphOS Files. The archive also coinatis developer material and source code. The package is licensed on BSD licence.
Posted By: jPV. on 2014/10/24 15:22:50
Finnish Amiga Users Group hosted the traditional Saku 2014 retro and vintage computer event in Tampere, Finland on September 20th, 2014. International guests of honor were former Commodore/Amiga president Petro Tyschtschenko from Germany and Cloanto/Amiga Forever's Michael Battilana from Italy. Over 200 people attended the successful event. Petro (and Michael) were interviewed in front of the audience by Finnish Amiga Users Group's Janne Sirén and video of the speech is now on YouTube.