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Posted By: ASiegel. on 2017/2/23 8:23:50
Between March 31 (Friday) and April 2 (Sunday), the Amiga Club Osnabrück & Amiga Club Steinfurt will be hosting another user meeting.

You will be able to gather information about upcoming MorphOS releases, get in-person technical support, try out new software or just enjoy talking to the other developers and users.

If you would like to bring and use any hardware, please inform us as soon as possible because the space and number of dedicated seats are limited. Of course, you can always just stop by for a quick visit if you like.

As always, the entrance to the event is entirely free of charge.

More information: www.geit.de
Posted By: jPV. on 2017/1/25 17:14:31
A new subtitle editing program Slarti is now freely downloadable for MorphOS, but you can still donate to open downloads for other platforms or just show the support from MorphOS users (you can indicate your platform when donating).

Information from Slarti's home page:

This program was created to help making or modifying video subtitles. A subtitle file is contains the timing information of each text line which the video player can display while plays the movie. While the subtitle file is a simple text file, editing it manually can be very complicated.
This is where Slarti comes and help you.
Posted By: Daff. on 2017/1/17 7:41:00
The "Amiga Games List", document created and maintained by David Brunet since 1991, was updated the 16th january 2017. The Amiga Games List is the most extensive collection of its kind on Internet. Beside other news and corrections, the games created in 2016 was added. The total reaches now 12 623 games, level editors, data disks, extensions and interpreters subdivided into the categories as follows:

12 076 games
320 extensions and data disks
143 game and level editors
84 interpreters

There are now 475 MorphOS native games.

Link : http://obligement.free.fr/articles/listejeuxamiga.php
Posted By: Daff. on 2017/1/1 12:59:12
On January 2017, the french Amiga magazine Obligement is now 20!
The following articles have been added to the website (http://obligement.free.fr) during the last two months:

MorphOS related:
- November/December 2016 news.
- Tutorial: presentation and utilization of the Screenbar Modules on MorphOS.
Posted By: jacadcaps. on 2016/12/30 8:35:43
Trashcan for MorphOS ReleasedThe first release of TrashFileSystem is now available!

Features:

  • Can trash files and directories on any writable volume
  • Collects all trashed files/dirs into a virtual Trashcan volume
  • Files in Trashcan: are read-only. Directories can only be restored (no read access)
  • Has 2 virtual disk.infos for empty/full state - the only file that can be written
  • Supports removable volumes

Ambient integration:
  • Trashcan icon on desktop - can be emptied with the context menu, supports dropping files
  • Regular listers/icon views - files can be trashed with a hotkey or context menu
  • Lister/icon view inside Trashcan - files can be restored to their original location

Download: https://tunkki.dk/~jaca/trashcan.lha
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2016/12/24 8:07:50
Happy Holidays!
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2016/12/15 10:31:42
As an update to our previous story on 500 million accounts that had been hacked, Yahoo announced today that one billion accounts may have been compromised in a hack that is separate from the previous one. The company does not currently know how exactly the data has been obtained by a third party. The stolen information includes names, passwords, contact lists, and personalized answers to common security questions.

If you own a Yahoo user account, please update your password as soon as possible.
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2016/12/15 10:23:48
To anybody interested in escaping the pre-holidays hectic with some light reading, Stefan Stuntz, the original creator of MUI, is currently touring New Zealand on his bicycle. He posts photos and reports about his experiences in a German online travel log which he updates frequently.

Links: Tour Overview - Travel Log
Posted By: walkero. on 2016/12/5 8:34:37
AmiCamp #5, the Amiga event for all the Greek Amiga User, will take place in Athens - Greece on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th of December. It will be open to the public and all the Amiga enthusiasts who keep using and having fun with their Amigas, especially the Next Generation ones.

Visitors will have the chance to watch presentations about the major operating systems (AmigaOS 4, MorphOS). Computers such as AmigaOne X1000, AmigaOne 500, Pegasos II will be available among the best Classic Amiga models, which they can use and test. The gaming will also be part of the event, as well, and a SWOS competition will take place.

More information you can find at the official website http://www.amicamp.gr.
Posted By: Daff. on 2016/11/5 7:49:53
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:

MorphOS related articles:
  • September / October 2016 news.
  • Review of MultiRacer 1.0.4.
  • Tutorial: utilization et configuration of SCANdal.
  • DIY: overclock PowerPC 603e and 68060 of a BlizzardPPC.

Rendez-vous on http://obligement.free.fr for this nice reading.
All translations are welcome. Please contact David "Daff" Brunet for more info.