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Something is coming... (Update: RELEASED!)
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Remember the last teaser? Something is coming again. Something amazing

http://amikit.amiga.sk/

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Edited by AmiKit on 2014/12/2 10:53:52
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@AmiKit

I guess it's the AmiKit package based on an AmigaOS4 install under UAE?

People are dying.
Entire ecosystems are collapsing.
We are in the beginning of a mass extinction.
And all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal economic growth.
How dare you!
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@Raziel

AmiKit still focuses on 68k software. A package for OS4 would be a COMPLETE different project. Not this time, sorry.

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I finally have Amikit 7 running on my G5 but i switched with Almos build because more faster compared the old euae.
I had been disabled the jit because there is something who fight with Amikit7 an jit enabled. .. pratically euae crash. i had been reported to Almos , hope soon will have a fast amikit running on my G5 ;)

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Amazing news is around the corner. Don't miss it.

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More info soon. Stay tuned!

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Santa is coming, a comet, 3rd world war, batmas vs superman ?

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@Kicko

A 68k comet, last seen 17 years ago ;)

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Updated Scala?

AmigaOne X1000.
Radeon RX550

http://www.tinylife.org.uk/
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@ddni

That was 18y ago :P

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Personally I don't like those "lets make Amiga OS look like Windows" addons. How easy is disable that menu/taskbar? other word how it starts?

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@utri007

Thats amistart, best windows alike startbar i used. Even under os4. But since os4 got composition effects (transparency) i stopped using it. Dont work good together with that so one had to go.

Darius Brewka got ill in a if i remember right accident (car?) so theres no updating for it otherwise i would still use it. Good coder and really helpfull and he made alot of stuff i needed in it. Havent heard much after the accident.

Anyway, if you feel you dont like it, just disable it. I think its under wbstartup or something like that. Havent run emulator on my windows machine for long time. But i really need to setup an amikit installation one day :) I only have an own setup from my a4000 that i copied over to my laptop. Works but i never update it so amikit would be better.

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@utri007

Hide it using "AmiKit:Prefs/Screenmode AmiKit" (select screenmode and then choose hidden taskbar). Or remove AmiStart from WBStartup completely.

@Kicko

It's very easy to setup AmiKit, especially on Windows. All you need is OS&ROM and installer takes care of the rest.

Btw. I talked to Darius recently, he's willing to resume AmiStart development! Drop him an email to increase his motivation :)


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whaaaaaaat, is he in shape agaiiiiin :D
Sure ill mail him. Do you have his mail (pm me)

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@AmiKit

Darius is on Linux now and hes not much into amigaos since long time now. But he is interested in installing an emulator later. No promises as he dont know much about amigaos or amistart like before. So we will see.

The good thing he is in good shape :) And all this time i thought he was lying in some bed or a coma.

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Great news that he is fine. Hope he will realease a newer version.

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@AmiKit

Almos is working for find the jit bug on amigakit ... pratically with jit enabled amigakit taskbar and transparent thinks are not working .
Probably soon we will have a full working jit AmigaKit 7 on PPC machine on euae jit ;)

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@tlosm

WOW! Keep me informed pls!!

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AmiKit 8 with MUI 4 has been released.

http://amikit.amiga.sk/

Thank you all for your support.

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Is it possible to run it over RunInUAE with my X1000?

Amiga600/Vampire2/PrismaMegaMix​/32GB CF Card/2x Rys Mk2/A604n/IndivisionECS/Gotek
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Cool, ordered a flash :)

Alien Air Attack

SAM440@733 mhz as main amiga.
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