Christmas 2021 was approaching fast and it was clear to me that I’d miss the magic release date again. Sigh. I had been working on the Rave audio editor for well over two years, and you can imagine how frustrated I was that I still wasn’t ready to put out a working version, with all the features I had envisioned for the initial public release. Worse: I began to fear that – despite documenting the development process on this blog and posting screenshots on Facebook – some of my followers might have got sceptical enough to believe that the program is nothing but vaporware!
AmigaOS 4 News – February 2022 Welcome to the second edition of the AmigaOS 4 monthly news roundup! It is the last day of the month and once again it is time for a summary of what has been happening during the last month. New Hardware It is safe to say that the biggest and […]
First and foremost, I must apologise for the long gap between my last blog post in December to now. I hope your 2022 is going well, and that you and your families are doing well.
I have been so busy with work commitments this year due to a promotion into a global role, and that has left little time for me to do justice to any significant blog entry.
Hi everyone, ACube Systems have announced a pre-order for a brand new batch of Sam460 boards! The board is called Sam460LE and is a bit different from the previous ones, since it has extra space for a double-slot graphics card. This is important, since the graphics drivers from A-EON Technology are getting better and better. […]
Update – 11th of February 2022: Hi everyone! Holy smokes, it has been a long time since I wrote this post, but finally I have an update. I tried the solution further down in this post and it worked for me right away. Tried launching the game a few minutes a go and tested a […]