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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 12075 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > anyone knows what is the sbar module with the
    > camera icon on this screenshot?

    It's SchnitzelSchn├Ąpper, a screen and windows grabber by Gelb of amigazeux.

    https://morph.zone/modules/newbb_plus/viewtopic.php?topic_id=6014&forum=9
  • »08.11.08 - 07:24
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    amigadave
    Posts: 2794 from 2006/3/21
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    Quote:


    Phantom wrote:
    That's right. Papyrus Office needs work to be complete. I already bought it 150 euros some years back, so I hope when a new release comes up I will take it with some discount. 8-)


    150 euros for an unfinished program is a lot of money. I think I would have been very angry. Is your version usable at all, or so limited that it is not worth trying to use it. What is it that is unfinished for you to consider it NOT "complete"? I had seen some reviews long ago regarding it, but did not bother to read them closely as they were not favorable and I was not interested in an incomplete program at a high price.

    It is a shame, as the Amiga and MOS needs a very good Office Suite of programs. I hope this situation changes in the near future.

    [ Edited by amigadave on 2008/11/9 0:40 ]
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  • »09.11.08 - 08:31
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    Order of the Butterfly
    Posts: 423 from 2005/4/9
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    thx for answering!
    but as you now gelb's beta site is not available and theres no publicly released 3rd party sbar module afaik.
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    Nitro
    Posts: 106 from 2003/8/24
    From: Albuquerque, NM
    They should provide the 68k update for MorphOS users until the native update is ready. It would have been a better product if it was an all-in-one installer like Hollywood2 (the real Amiga Anywhere, AROS, MorphOS, Amiga 68k,PowerUp, WarpOS, OS4)
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    xyphoid
    Posts: 870 from 2008/7/11
    From: Delaware, USA
    couldn't someone load them an efika or something?
  • »09.11.08 - 14:56
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 12075 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > They should provide the 68k update for MorphOS users

    That's what Titan said they will do.

    > until the native update is ready.

    Please read my posting again.
  • »09.11.08 - 15:17
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    Nitro
    Posts: 106 from 2003/8/24
    From: Albuquerque, NM
    @ Andreas_Wolf
    Ok, I undersatand now. That's good to hear, thanks.
  • »09.11.08 - 16:58
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    Titan
    Posts: 1 from 2008/11/17
    Hi,
    an updated version of Papyrus Office will be available end of year. If you are not registered yet or ur email data have changed please send us an email.
    Topic : Papyrus Amiga update.
    Your name and address along with ur Papyrus registration code.
    email to: support [at] titan-computer[dot]com

    best regards
    Titan Computer Customer Support.
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    amigadave
    Posts: 2794 from 2006/3/21
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    Quote:


    Titan wrote:
    Hi,
    an updated version of Papyrus Office will be available end of year. If you are not registered yet or ur email data have changed please send us an email.
    Topic : Papyrus Amiga update.
    Your name and address along with ur Papyrus registration code.
    email to: support [at] titan-computer[dot]com

    best regards
    Titan Computer Customer Support.


    What will be the cost of the updated Papyrus Office for those that do not have a previous version?

    Do you sell direct, or must buyers go through a distributor/reseller?

    What does the updated version have different from the previous versions?

    Thanks
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  • »18.11.08 - 05:59
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    serge
    Posts: 725 from 2003/2/20
    Any news about this software?
  • »10.03.09 - 16:02
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    mobydick
    Posts: 179 from 2004/2/26
    From: Mordor, capita...
    Nothing...
    Titans promised update for 68k, but there is no any news during 3 month.
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  • Acolyte of the Butterfly
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    Nitro
    Posts: 106 from 2003/8/24
    From: Albuquerque, NM
    Well
    Any news about this software?
  • »29.10.09 - 19:40
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    mobydick
    Posts: 179 from 2004/2/26
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    Nothing... I think, we can forget about Papyrus Office. I use Ubuntu+OO.org 3.0 or Debian+OO.org 2.4.
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    Velcro_SP
    Posts: 929 from 2003/7/13
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    [ Edited by Velcro_SP 28.05.2011 - 06:19 ]
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  • »30.10.09 - 11:04
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 12075 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > after that I read that the developer's Pegasos was broken and progress was stopped.

    The broken Pegasos was not the reason for the progress stop, it rather was supposed to be the reason for lack of a MorphOS native fix. An m68k native fix was supposed to be released nonetheless.

    https://morph.zone/modules/newbb_plus/viewtopic.php?topic_id=6058&forum=9#60224

    > Now, I'm not even sure that Titan has a website. I can't find it anyhow.

    They had some but they're not online anymore. Last incarnations preserved by the Wayback Machine:

    http://web.archive.org/web/20080617191036/http://www.titan-computer.com
    http://web.archive.org/web/20071011021143/http://www.titan-computer.com/ami/index.html
    http://web.archive.org/web/20070626170626/http://www.titancomputer.de
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    DiskDoctor
    Posts: 306 from 2009/4/17
    From: Rzeszow, place...
    @thread

    All I can say is I'd like to start coding a spreadsheet app ASAP.

    I still have weird connectivity problems, to be fixed next Tuesday and thereafter I'll start looking around about my future MOS dev framework.

    There are many factors here, libraries' availability, source c-compiling efficiency, licensing, API accessibility etc. Fortunately I will have pretty much of my spare time devoted on it now.

    Do not want to be hung for it, still, but I can say that unless something realy nasty happens, MorphOS will have an Excel-like (simple) application in January 2010. I'll do my best to deliver one about that time, the issue is the features' #.
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    Velcro_SP
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    [ Edited by Velcro_SP 28.05.2011 - 06:17 ]
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    DiskDoctor
    Posts: 306 from 2009/4/17
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    Quote:


    Velcro_SP wrote:
    DiskDoctor, ah that was another thing that Papyrus did: spreadsheets. It was a full program. If you have some programming skills, maybe you could take over Papyrus development instead of coding a new spreadsheet app.


    I recall Papyrus as Mac or Mobile Office suite.

    I'm thinking of a spreadsheet yet, I like to code in Python, so I pretty much wish to do it on my own. An app is meant to be simple, I/O compatible with MS Excel (xls), also oocalc maybe, simple formulas, possibly graphics, csv/txt import. Also any other MorphOS platform-wise standards as input.

    Phew.. that's the plan.

    I will try to benefit from independent (read: non-MS) spreadsheets for Apple:

    http://www.plsys.co.uk/mesa.htm
    http://www.x-tables.eu/more/overview.html

    I planned to write that software two years ago but before I even started, Apple released this:

    http://www.apple.com/iwork/numbers/
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    Now: Amiga Forever 2010 with AmiKit and AmigaSYS
    Not used: Icaros Desktop 1.2 (reason: no wifi)
    Planned soon: an OS4 system
    Shortly then: a MOS notebook (wifi is a must-have)
  • »30.10.09 - 17:06
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