UltraGelb was sitting in IRC minding his own business when a guy called Jobbo sent a skin and wanted him to make a simple digital clock using it.
Now here's the result of a whole 2 hours of non-stop work. It's MorphOS's first graphical clock that can handle 12 hour clock without telling you its 04:00pm in the middle of the afternoon, or something.
Feel free to use it - or not.
UPDATE 10.09.: Small bugfix release
Meltium is a small graphical CPU-usage meter which displays a user selectable picture and applies some colourisation using a user selectable alpha map and colour table to it. Additionally the CPU-usage is also displayed in the screentitle when Meltium's window is the active one.
UPDATE 07.09.: Small bugfix release (another one)
We would like to invite all amigazeuxers to SNDF in Frankfurt on 30 September. You can attend the Tech Show in the morning and attend Workshops. In the afternoon we will have some special Pegasos oriented presentations, including a series of workshops on AltiVec. Lunch is included and developers who have been pre-approved and attend will be given a brand new Open Desktop Workstation compliments of Freescale and Genesi. :-) In exchange, developers need to file a monthly report on what they
Euph0ria is a PowerPC native visual plugin for AmiNetradio which is exclusively available for MorphOS. Besides the usual vizualization Euph0ria also features a lot interesting extras like an inbuild Snake game or Overlay fullscreen modes.
Just when you thought we alienated the whole AmigaOS scene, we go one step further and release a quick update for AmiNetRadio for your personal pleasure. This release fixes some serious issues with the previous version, includes one new 68k library and crashes a lot less. Have fun.
#AmigaZeux Mansion, - April 37, 2004. #amigazeux and the AmiNetRadio development team are extremely pleased and relieved and excited to announce that after nearly 9 months of painstaking development the successor of ANRG2, AmiNetRadio Generation 3 Party-Pack Non-Developer Post-release, has gone gold and has been sent to the webspace Friday, April 37, 2004.