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Offline develinTopic starter

New software releases by OnyxSoft
« on: December 11, 2009, 03:05:29 PM »
OnyxSoft releases two updates of our software!

Annotate, MPlayer-GUI

Updated programs
Annotate v2.7 - (OS3,OS4,MOS,AROS) A very comprehensive text editor with a lot of functions such as syntax hignlighting.
Annotate can now be compiled for MUI instead of ReAction which made an AROS port possible! And it works better on MorphOS and OS3 too.
Added simple project support to be able to save the state of all opened files.
It is now possible to drop icons on Ann's windows.
And other fixes and improvements.

Annotate is also available as an auto-update if you prefer that feature :)

MPlayer-GUI v1.47 - (OS4) GUI for MPlayer.
Made use of application.library which now also takes care of sending the filenames to an already opened MPlayer-GUI.
Found a cool feature in intuition. Have compositing enabled and you can't miss it ;-)

If you know a bug or have a suggestion, please don't hesitate to drop us an e-mail :-)

I, Daniel, have just got a new job and will move to Norway on monday so expect future development to be A LOT slower for at least a few month. But that doesn't mean I don't want bug reports or feedback ;)

Offline develinTopic starter

Re: New software releases by OnyxSoft
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2009, 09:37:02 PM »
I just wanted to add that there was a couple of glitches in the AROS binary in Annotate.
So incase you downloaded the archive from our homepage earlier, please re-download the new archive (at the same place). This only affect the AROS binary!

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Re: New software releases by OnyxSoft
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2009, 06:27:35 AM »
Many thanks for your efforts making an Aros version !
AmigaOS or MorphOS on x86 would sell orders of magnitude more than the current, hardware-intensive solutions. And they\\\'d go faster. --D.Haynie