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Catweasel Imagetool updated
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Amiga news
Written by Demon Cleaner   
Wednesday, 16 May 2007
We're providing a hotfix for the Catweasel drivers that corrects writing of Amiga-disks. The only updated file is the Imagetool, please only use it with the latest beta-drivers V2.3.0.0.
Imagetool hotfix
Caution: This hotfix has only been tested with Amiga-disks!
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 May 2007 )
WinUAE 1.4.2(a) final
(3 votes)
Amiga news
Written by Demon Cleaner   
Wednesday, 16 May 2007
WinUAE 1.4.2 final has been released, and after 11 beta versions, they even noticed another bug in the final release and released a hotfix.
WinUAE 1.4.2 (12.05.2007)

New features:

- "Windowed fullscreen" for users with multiple monitors, fullscreen
Amiga on secondary monitor, Windows on primary monitor, no more lost
fullscreen when focus changes to Windows program.
- A600/A1200 and A4000 IDE harddrive (HDF) hardware emulation, includes
also "4-Way IDE" / "IDE splitter" emulation.
- Directory, HDF, IDE and Picasso96 statefile support. WARNING: data loss
possible if data in HDF has changed between saving and restoring!
Picasso96 statefile support not 100% compatible yet.
- 68030 and 68060 (with FPU. 68060.library required) emulation. (no MMU)
- 68881/68882 FPU type selectable.
- Global brightness, contrast and gamma adjustment.
- "PAL" TV-like filter, with brightness, contrast, gamma, scanline level,
blur and noise adjustment.
- GUI debugger, debugger improvements. (xx switches debugger modes)
- New GUI font if running under Windows 2000/XP/Vista.
- Interpolation and filters supported in 4/6 channel sound modes.
- Log and debugger console position stored in registry.

Bugs fixed:

- Improved CDTV emulation compatibility.
- 1.4.0 FPU clamping fix.
- Missing channels in 4 channel sound mode. (Emu10K based cards)
- 10x+ performance increase during "decrunching" color effects when
no filters enabled and only background color was visible.
- Crash when loading config and specific chipset extra model was selected.
- Direct HD support improved, SyQuest removable drives detected properly.
- Minor custom chipset emulation updates.
- Rare emulator crash when running Amiga program crashed badly.
- Filter centering improved.

WinUAE 1.4.2a (13.05.2007)

Bugs fixed:

- Path handling problems fixed. If you still have problems with paths,
select Paths-panel "WinUAE default (old)" and click "Reset to defaults"
and then manually adjust paths if needed.
- Windows 98SE (and ME?) incompatibility.
Direct downloads can be found below:

WinUAE 1.4.2a final (installer)
WinUAE 1.4.2a final (archive)

Classicamiga has a new home!
(9 votes)
Latest site news
Written by Harrison   
Tuesday, 15 May 2007
Classicamiga has moved home to a nice new server.

This has speeded up the site greatly and made it much more usable and enjoyable to browse around the content. It has also expanded the site's storage space ready for future content we are getting ready to add to the site.

I hope you all find the speed increase from the new server a welcome addition to the site and enjoy your visit.

And don't forget to visit the forum where we are about to launch our latest Amiga Game Hiscore Competition as well as the current Quiz which is under way. We hope to see you there. Have fun.



Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 June 2007 )
Amiga Inc. begin trial versus Hyperion
(0 votes)
Amiga news
Written by Harrison   
Thursday, 10 May 2007
It is very sad news to see that the dispute between these two companies has now reached this stage.

Amiga Inc v. Hyperion VOF
Plaintiff: Amiga Inc
Defendant: Hyperion VOF

Case Number: 2:2007cv00631
Filed: April 26, 2007

Court: Washington Western District Court
Office: Seattle Office [ Court Info ]
County: XX US, Outside District
Presiding Judge: Hon. Ricardo S Martinez

Nature of Suit: Intellectual Property - Trademark
Cause: 28:1338 Trademark Infringement
Jurisdiction: Federal Question
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

You can read more about this at the official justice site here.
Old Skool Magazine #5 released
(6 votes)
Amiga news
Written by Demon Cleaner   
Monday, 07 May 2007
The old skool magazine is an newsletter totally written in ASCII code. There have so far been 5 releases, with the last one released just three weeks ago.

Here are the links to all 5 magazines:

Old Skool Magazine #1

Old Skool Magazine #2 (unfinished)

Old Skool Magazine #3

Old Skool Magazine #4

Old Skool Magazine #5

You can also visit and register on their boards by clicking on the image below to get to Old Skool UK.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 08 May 2007 )
AmiKit 1.3.3 LIVE Update
(1 vote)
Amiga news
Written by Demon Cleaner   
Thursday, 03 May 2007
"The update brings you another exclusive content: more than 100 new Dual PNG icons painted by Ken Lester as well as newest Amijeweled 1.2 special demo for AmiKit.

Check the screenshots !

Lots of software has been updated too. As always, get it through the Live Update.

- ADDED: Amijeweled 1.2 Demo (special AmiKit version) by Insane-Software!
- ADDED: AWeb nav buttons by El Amigos (AmiKit:Internet/AWeb_APL/Images/ElAmigos/)
- ADDED: EasyACCDA 1.9 by Allesandro Marinuzzi (AmiKit:Utilities/EasyACDDA/)
- ADDED: Leon 64k intro by Elcrew (AmiKit:Demos/Leon/)
- ADDED: More DualPNG icons painted by Ken Lester
- ADDED: More French translations by Eric Luczyszyn
- ADDED: Shiny theme created by fishy_fis (run "MorpheuZ" to enable it)
- UPDATED: AfA_OS icon_lib.exe (now compatible with Scalos, OS4 and MOS icon format)
- UPDATED: akJFIF DataType 45.60
- UPDATED: akLJPG DataType 45.60

- UPDATED: akNAIL DataType 45.60
- UPDATED: akPNG DataType 45.60

- UPDATED: akSVG DataType 45.60
- UPDATED: akTIFF DataType 45.60
- UPDATED: AmiKit LiveUpdate 1.3
- UPDATED: AmiKit - MorpheuZ 1.3
- UPDATED: EvenMore 0.64 + AISS ToolBar

- UPDATED: FryingPan 1.2.3
- UPDATED: LimpidClock 1.18 beta

- UPDATED: microgolded 8 SP9
- UPDATED: MMKeyboard 3.25
- UPDATED: playOGG 6.6
- UPDATED: Smart Filesystem 1.270

NOTE: After the update, one more reboot is required to activate the new AfA_OS. Otherwise the icons might be misplaced.

Fred Fish passed away
(0 votes)
Amiga news
Written by Demon Cleaner   
Monday, 23 April 2007

The author of the Fish disks has passed away on Friday, 20th April 2007. He was well known for his collection of this Public Domain
Software, which made him popular in the Amiga scene. There were about 1000 Fish disks released, officially known as AmigaLibDisks.

"Fred Fish was a computer programmer notable for work on the GNU Debugger, as well as his series of Fish disks of freeware for the Amiga..."

Click here for the whole article at Wikipedia.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 24 April 2007 )
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