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Unmask update

Contributed by UltraGelb on Apr 07, 2005 - 07:28 PM

Here's a small update to unmask.

Additional modes were suggested by Ingo "analogkid" Schmitz.

Changes V1.4 (07-Apr-2005)

- Added 2 more modes to hide the active window and/or the active application.

- Added cycle-chains.

Download now!


amifish update

Contributed by UltraGelb on Apr 07, 2005 - 06:32 PM

Babelfish changed 2 letters in their interface and amifish stopped working. Here's an updated amifish that compensates for such genius.

Changes V1.160 (07.04.2005)

- Once again Babelfish wasted some time in changing their interface and once again this means amifish needs a new version.

Download is available at amifish.amigazeux.net


Watch out! (Uhr heraus!)

Contributed by UltraGelb on Apr 03, 2005 - 12:10 AM

Watch out! Something useful came out of our random code generator. This time it's CLONCK!

If you ever missed an important date or a tv-show, don't install this clock because looking at it will make you forget time and space. Yes it is the most beautiful and feature-packed clock that has ever been released for your favourite AmigaOS!

Download is available at clonck.amigazeux.net


Unmask your Ambient

Contributed by UltraGelb on Mar 08, 2005 - 11:54 PM

You know how it feels like being lost in lots of windows on your Ambient and the need to rearrange them one by one to be able to simply click an icon hidden behind all that mess. Here is the cure to this annoyance.

Unmask is a small commodity which hides all windows on the desktop with one

keypress and brings them back with another keypress. Read the readme for more information.

Update

V1.3 (23-Mar-2005)

- Now displays left/top edge and dimensions of each window in the context menu.

Download now!


FindModule 1.4 - Get ready to rumble

Contributed by Ingo on Mar 04, 2005 - 10:40 PM

FindModule V1.4 is a tool to help AmigaE-Developers to find the module

that holds a certain TAG or function.

New in this version is support for modules compiled with ECX by Leif

Salomonsson.

Get it here.


Native amifish for MorphOS

Contributed by UltraGelb on Feb 05, 2005 - 12:07 AM

Ooops, we did it again. This time amifish gets its own MorphOS native version. Big thanks once again to Leif Salomonsson and his ECX!

Download is available at amifish.amigazeux.net


Native RDesktopMUI for MorphOS

Contributed by ToDi on Jan 30, 2005 - 10:29 PM

The Remote Desktop Client GUI for all Amigas including but not limited to OS4 got an upgrade with a native client for MorphOS! Thanks go to Leif Salomonsson who made this possible.

Download is available at rdmui.amigazeux.net


What's the time?

Contributed by UltraGelb on Jan 30, 2005 - 01:45 PM

Once again the recompile'o'mania has struck. The result: ClockToy now also comes in native MorphOS ELF flavour thanks to Leif Salomonsson's ECX!

Feel free to use it - or not.

Download now!


Melting your CPU for free

Contributed by UltraGelb on Jan 30, 2005 - 12:00 PM

New version of Meltium available.

This time it comes in MorphOS native ELF flavour thanks to Leif Salomonsson's ECX! And that's about all the changes it got. So if you want to have an even faster graphical CPU-usage meter to previous versions, you have no choice but to...

Download now!


AmigaZeux announce continued support for MorphOS

Contributed by ToDi on Jan 25, 2005 - 11:00 PM

AmigaZeux announce continued support for MorphOS thanks to the Genesi/Freescale developer support program.

Our promised ODW's arrived just yesterday and today. Big thumbs-up to Genesi for making this support possible in the first place for an OS that many people already see dead and unsupported. If "dead and unsupported" means developers still get free hardware for developing software, we wonder what it would be like if MorphOS was fully supported. :)

(The following text includes some pictures. If you are on a slow line please be patient)

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