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Software News : Emojis and more: Pangomonium 1.0 released
Posted by softwarefailure on 2024/3/18 18:30:55 (270 reads)
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Airsoft Softwair, the hardest working men in code business, are proud to present a massive new plugin release for Hollywood: Pangomonium - The Ultimate Text Engine for Hollywood. Pangomonium is a plugin of epic proportions and the first plugin only available for Hollywood 10. Pangomonium contains an ultramodern, state-of-the-art text engine that can be used to draw text in almost any language of the world. On top of that, it also supports advanced text features like fonts with colored glyphs. This finally makes it possible to write programs which support emojis on Amiga! Pangomonium is based on the established Pango and Cairo text and vector graphics libraries and also allows you to access the complete Pango and Cairo function set directly from Hollywood scripts. Of course, there is also a high-level interface which allows you to conveniently draw text without having to delve into Pango and Cairo programming. Pangomonium has been two years in the making and is now finally ready for release exclusively for Hollywood 10.0.

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Amiga Events : Interview of Ján Zahurančík
Posted by glames on 2024/3/10 22:58:58 (280 reads)
Amiga Events

We've put online an interview published in the seventh issue of our magazine dedicated to the Amiga, BOING: Ján Zahurančík talks (in English) about his Amikit product line dedicated to emulation.

You can also read all our English/Spanish interviews published in BOING mag here.


Publications : Amiga Future: New full versions online
Posted by AndreasM on 2024/3/10 22:58:20 (327 reads)

The download area of the Amiga Future was updated today. So, you can now find the following full versions online:

- The Puzzle Gallery: At the Carnival
- Jonathan

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Publications : Amiga Future issue 167 released
Posted by AndreasM on 2024/3/5 15:11:36 (255 reads)

The English and German issue 167 (March/April 2024) of our print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from our editorial office at Amiga Future, and from other Amiga dealers that stock it.

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Publications : New articles on Obligement
Posted by daff on 2024/3/2 20:48:46 (291 reads)

The following articles have been added to the website of the Amiga magazine Obligement (http://obligement.free.fr) during the last two months:

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Software News : Rave audio editor version 1.7 released
Posted by trixie on 2024/2/26 14:49:56 (442 reads)
Software News

An update to the Rave audio editor has been released on OS4depot.

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Publications : Amiga Future 167 Preview online
Posted by AndreasM on 2024/2/25 5:28:50 (365 reads)

These comprise of the full colour preview and excerpts of our Amiga Future issue 167 (March/April 2024) which can also be viewed online on the Amiga Future website.

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Publications : Roadshow 1.15 released
Posted by AndreasM on 2024/2/15 17:51:06 (682 reads)

Slightly delayed by only 18 months (we are getting faster), the free Roadshow TCP/IP stack 1.15 update is now available to all customers.

This update is focused on improving installation and maintenance tasks, as well as making the installation documentation more useful and accessible. The single documentation file, still small in 2014, became increasingly unwieldy and has become a set of shorter files, each focused on one single aspect of Roadshow. By request, new documentation has been added which details all the files which will be installed for Roadshow.

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Publications : Amiga Future is looking again for reinforcements
Posted by AndreasM on 2024/2/9 17:13:40 (298 reads)

Seeing as our printed edition of Amiga Future has now been published for over 25 years, we are at a point when we need to massively increase our editorial team for the magazine and also the home pages for our website.
The idea behind this is to relieve the workload on more of our entire team, to better distribute the load amongst all our editorial staff, and in so doing reduce the stress and workload on everyone involved, while at the same time further increasing the magazine's overall quality.

It is all in the hope that the next 25 years will be a little easier for everyone in the editorial team, and even better for our readers. :)

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Publications : Amiga Future: New full versions online
Posted by AndreasM on 2024/2/3 12:52:10 (388 reads)

The download area of the Amiga Future was updated today. So, you can now find the following full versions online:

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