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Posted By: jPV. on 2017/10/6 12:39:14
A new version of the comic book reader is released.

New features in version 1.1:
- Added UnRAR/XAD selection to the settings menu. Using UnRAR increases compatibility and speed with .cbr files.
- "Show in OS..." option works under MorphOS and OS4 too, in the history GUI
- "Open file" now loads comic archives, and picture files also
- Some tweaks, and improvements to the GUI
- Auto resize didn't work as intended for small images

Update it with Grunch or check download links at its homepage.
Posted By: pegasos-sigi2. on 2017/9/10 13:11:36
A new version of "Epub" has been released: Epub_mcc.0.3

Changes include:  improved CSS support (Take a view: My Testprog and OWB with the same e-book page), inline CSS support, inline SVG support, support of unlimited number of css files, dynamic rendering (now you "see" the page parsing, like in OWB), and full asyncronous page processing (ou can change any settings while rendering.,).
Posted By: jPV. on 2017/9/6 9:38:51

RNOComics is a comic book archive viewer that can open almost any archive file, or a directory with unarchived images, and display the images in it in a GUI designed to read comics.

RNOComics (Comic Book Reader)

Please visit the RNOComics homepage for download links or use Grunch to install it (Grunch configures the related filetypes too).

Posted By: pegasos-sigi2. on 2017/9/2 20:16:00
Epub.mcc 0.2

New features:
  • SVG: All shapes, textures, styles, colors, simple text and gradients was supported. It's possible to decode base64 encoded images. But no animation, scripts or "css styles in svg".
  • Hyperlinks: This version can decode hyperlinks and set an inputhandler for them. (internal and external ones)
  • Better page decoding: Now the result of decodings looks much better. Any image layout rules are included.
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2017/8/21 11:14:42
A new version of the Folio word processor has been released. It contains numerous improvements and new features. Please note that this version is likely to still have issues. Please do not hesitate to test and report your findings in the comments.

Folio v1 - Public Beta
Posted By: jPV. on 2017/8/8 18:02:08
New versions of both RNOAnim and RNOInfoScreen have been released.
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2017/8/8 10:38:21
Folio is a technical proof of concept that leverages the sophisticated Webkit layout engine included in the Odyssey Web Browser to provide a modern word processing tool that fulfills most common needs. Its current feature set and capabilities are comparable to those found in Microsoft WordPad and Apple TextEdit.
Posted By: stefkos. on 2017/7/3 16:48:51
Filip "widelec" Maryjański released a new version of KwaKwa with fixes for various minor bugs and an updated gg.module with fixes for sending pictures via the GG protocol.

Please read the included documentation for more details.
Posted By: jPV. on 2017/4/2 15:41:42
The first version of RNOAnim has been released. RNOAnim is a compact animation player that also has some conversion and editing functions. It supports IFF, GIF, and AVI (uncompressed/MJPEG) anims internally, but also allows a wide range of other formats via plugins and datatypes.

Get the program from Grunch (Grunch also configures Ambient mimetypes), Aminet, or MorphOS Storage. Screenshots can be seen at program's homepage.
Posted By: igracki. on 2017/3/18 15:03:51
If you are using an AutoScroll screen (where the real width of the screen is greater than the visible width) and it annoyed you that not all sbar modules, especially the clock;) are visible if you are "working" on the left side of the screen, then you should my new screenbar module!

If the "left" side of such a screen is visible, then some of the screenbar modules aren't visible in the titlebar because they are adjusted to the right and therefore (partially) in the invisible area.

AutoVisible.sbar adds an extra empty space (depending on the position of the screen) to the titlebar, to have all your sbar modules in the visible area. Well, only if you are not having that many modules, that they don't fit into the visible area;)