AmigaOS 3.2.2 update is out!

AmigaOS is undoubtedly alive, as proven by Hyperion Entertainment and AmigaOS developer team, who have just released another update.

In a nutshell, this update brings improvements and fixes to IconEdit, ShowConfig, TextEdit, RAM disk, several gadgets (listbrowser, sketchboard, layout), window.class, boards.library, and a couple of other things.

Check out Hyperion's press release for full information and download:

Some like it raw

When you develop software, more often than not you face what is called an “implementation dilemma”: a crossroads type of situation where you have to decide which way to go next. What makes the situation tricky is that, unlike Dean and Sal from Jack Kerouac’s On the Road, you’re not free to make an arbitrary choice. Bad design decisions always have consequences, often unforeseen and usually bigger than smaller. Take a wrong step, and you end up in a lot of rewriting!

S-Video is awesome!

Over the last decades I've tried countless different setups in order to properly capture the Amiga's video output. Pretty much all of them were unsatisfactory, way too expensive (think A4000 plus V-Lab Motion or PAR). Old PC analogue capture cards give quite good results, but device drivers and PCI slots for these are getting really rare. So - finally! - I've decided to drop my attempts with the Composite video connection, and build an S-Video adapter for the Amiga.

Apollo-X - Menu design time

 Here is the working design for the HiScore for Apollo-X, more details on my Patreon as far as animation elements to it and other screens :)

Have a great week :)

57 new links in the AMIGA alive Web Directory

Happy New Year! The AMIGA alive Web Directory got updated with 57 new links and a round of corrections - now 529 websites listed.

As always, if you're looking for something specific, make sure to check the "Misc / Mixed" section, as some websites cover multiple different subjects, e.g. software authors may have created very different applications. And/or try your browser's text-search functions to find keywords like application names, authors, game titles, etc.

Please leave a comment if you spot errors, broken links, or would like to see a (your?) website listed.

AmigaOS 4 Monthly Roundup – December 2022

AmigaOS 4 News – December 2022 Hi there, Thanks for visiting my blog, and welcome to the 12th edition of the AmigaOS 4 Monthly Roundup! This edition was released a day earlier than usual, since it is New Years Eve tomorrow. Please read on to find out what has been happening on the AmigaOS 4 scene since […]

AmigaOS 4 Monthly Roundup – December 2022

AmigaOS 4 News – December 2022 Hi there, Thanks for visiting my blog, and welcome to the 12th edition of the AmigaOS 4 Monthly Roundup! This edition was released a day earlier than usual, since it is New Years Eve tomorrow. Please read on to find out what has been happening on the AmigaOS 4 scene since […]

Gaming on AmigaOS 4 has moved to Old School Game Blog

Hi everyone, Thought I’d post here that Gaming on AmigaOS 4 moved to Old School Game Blog earlier this year, since I’ve been asked about why this website has not been updated in quite a while. All AmigaOS 4 related content from this website is available on Old School Game Blog. This includes the AmigaOS […]

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