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Re: A couple abandonware apps

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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
nagual wrote:
Any Interest in the English Ease desktop manual? Sadly the last version I have a manual for is v4 but I can put it up it someone wants it.
I have 2 different (in size) versions of english Ease 5 manual, so, I can upload to my Google drive and you can transfer to Dropbox - it's good to have all apps on one place:-)
Perfect! Thanks! :cheers:
Here's the links, 4 files, choose what you think is the best:-)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... FRWeGtDaVE
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... E5ydkRfbnc
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... nZMTzFVRTA
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... Ho2VlZZaEk

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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Ok I added Papillon 3.04 SP 1 German and the Papillon 3.04 SP1 English patch by DDP. Sorry I don't have a manual for it to scan in :(

*Edit* nagual you are fast! I was uploading the files and you had put a link already :lol:

:D :D :D :D :cheers: :cheers:
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Ok, thanks, I actually already had those in my archive. :D The German one is v5 but the English one is v4 from 1994. I have printed manuals of that release.

I put up Ease 4 English, Ease 5 German and Ease 5 German user manual links in the list. Can't find a English v5 release but if anyone has it please PM me.

I have an English v4 manual from 1995 so I'll scan that and put it up since it is newer. :cheers:

Here is what the cover looks like:

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Ooops, sorry, seems like I was a little bit sloppy... :?

Yeah, you're right...but I know that somewhere on my disk is Ease 5 english manual, or at least I'm pretty sure:-)

Anyway, I check my disc tomorrow :D

Sorry once again, I'm really pist of myself :evil:


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nagual wrote:Ooops, sorry, seems like I was a little bit sloppy... :?

Yeah, you're right...but I know that somewhere on my disk is Ease 5 english manual, or at least I'm pretty sure:-)

Anyway, I check my disc tomorrow :D

Sorry once again, I'm really pist of myself :evil:


Cheers ! :cheers:
Oh np, I really appreciate everyone's help! I've never seen the v5 English manual so that would be great! (Although Jinnee is the better desktop imo) :cheers:
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Here are a couple more - these were released with the permissions of the developers. most were previously hosted on Gerhard Stoll's website who gave me the permission to host them on ST-Computer's download page when he closed his website.

Phoenix 5.5 (database)
Escape Paint (paint program, includes source code)
PixArt 4.5 (paint program)
Chatter (IRC) an Teli (Telnet) - both with source code
Fiffi (FTP, includes source code)
iFusion patched (Interne gateway)
SysGem (GEM library)
and...
HomePage Penguin 3.05 ;)

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Wow:-))
Thank You very much for share:-)
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Re: A couple abandonware apps

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You guys are really awsome!!! Thank you very much for all the work you are putting into it!

Does anyone have Pure C, too? I think it's also missing here.
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Neurotoxic wrote:You guys are really awsome!!! Thank you very much for all the work you are putting into it!

Does anyone have Pure C, too? I think it's also missing here.
Here it is, version 1.1, german...

Cheers ! :cheers:
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penguin wrote:Here are a couple more - these were released with the permissions of the developers. most were previously hosted on Gerhard Stoll's website who gave me the permission to host them on ST-Computer's download page when he closed his website.

Phoenix 5.5 (database)
Escape Paint (paint program, includes source code)
PixArt 4.5 (paint program)
Chatter (IRC) an Teli (Telnet) - both with source code
Fiffi (FTP, includes source code)
iFusion patched (Interne gateway)
SysGem (GEM library)
and...
HomePage Penguin 3.05 ;)

http://st-computer.atariuptodate.de/ind ... t=software
Wow, thanks Matthias! This thread is becoming a comprehensive ASH compilation! :D

Updated the list to include the ASH released programs.

Matthias has several other great programs at his link so go visit. He also hosts Gerhard Stoll's Manitor 1.04 which is a neat program (original Manitor by Jinnee author Manfred Lippert).
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Neurotoxic wrote:You guys are really awsome!!! Thank you very much for all the work you are putting into it!

Does anyone have Pure C, too? I think it's also missing here.
Yes, I have plans for Pure C but I have to get everything together. In the meantime thanks nagual for the link.
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote: *Edit* Could you post a changelog for the 2.30 Beta or would that be not allowed?


Let’s see.
TheNameOfTheGame wrote: Also, I think I heard Texel was written with Pure Pascal? Since you can compile it
Yes, it compiles and it is written in object-oriented PurePascal. BTW: The compiler needs patches to be able to compile Texel, as the massive source breaks the boundaries. It can’t compile on an unpatched PurePascal.
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
Kobold 3.5 - English (Thanks fatrakoon for hosting)
http://fatrakoon.co.uk/awarez
The FatRakoon version of Kobold3.5, is German, not English... :wink:
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arf wrote:
TheNameOfTheGame wrote: *Edit* Could you post a changelog for the 2.30 Beta or would that be not allowed?


Let’s see.
TheNameOfTheGame wrote: Also, I think I heard Texel was written with Pure Pascal? Since you can compile it
Yes, it compiles and it is written in object-oriented PurePascal. BTW: The compiler needs patches to be able to compile Texel, as the massive source breaks the boundaries. It can’t compile on an unpatched PurePascal.
Thanks. That's great information! :cheers:
Playmobil wrote:The FatRakoon version of Kobold3.5, is German, not English... :wink:
Ooops, sorry, thanks for pointing that out! Updated list with true English version of Kobold 3.5. :cheers:
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
nagual wrote:P.S. Any news about Regent Base II ? :D
No news yet, he's supposed to send the software to my address so it may take a week or so. :cheers:
It's here!
http://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.ph ... 97#p328597
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Hey, great, thanks, but Christmas is just in three month...?!?!?
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1st1 wrote:Hey, great, thanks, but Christmas is just in three month...?!?!?
it's just a warming up :-)

I forgot how many and what programs I have, when you have a HDD full with Atari stuff without games, it so easy to missing some really important/excellent programs:-)

So, stay tuned:-)


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Updated links with ASH Emailer 2.3h English and German and ASH Emailer 2.3 user manual German.

The manual says version 2 but the disk that came with it was 2.3f so I'm pretty sure this is what ASH was shipping.

Included with the manual is a 2.3 update text file and a 2.3 history text file.
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Haven't looked for these as I have the disk :)

Twilight (screen saver)
Overlay (Video titling)
DynaCadd (full blown 3D version)
Phoenix (Xenomorph) Ami-Link- Rosetta- Chronos
(have the "Lee Siler" signed Falcon edition. One I believe still takes the read out of the manual password, think I have a "modified" version).

Think there is some "DA's" stuff.

InShape (V?)

Are these "out there"? If not, I'll dig them out.

What about an ancient program, Service Station?
Data base for running an old style Gas Station :)
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nagual wrote:
Neurotoxic wrote:You guys are really awsome!!! Thank you very much for all the work you are putting into it!

Does anyone have Pure C, too? I think it's also missing here.
Here it is, version 1.1, german...

Cheers ! :cheers:
Thank you very much. Software preservation is a very important but it's also a very laborious task and you have to invest much time for it. So it's very nice of you guys doing such stuff for the community. 8)

Does anyone have the german version of ArtWorx 2.09?

I think Chagall was a very good application, too. So why not adding it to this list? I've got version 2.0 in german. But I think that wasn't the latest one. Maybe that version 2.11 was the latest one?
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Rustynutt wrote:Haven't looked for these as I have the disk :)

Twilight (screen saver)
Overlay (Video titling)
DynaCadd (full blown 3D version)
Phoenix (Xenomorph) Ami-Link- Rosetta- Chronos
(have the "Lee Siler" signed Falcon edition. One I believe still takes the read out of the manual password, think I have a "modified" version).
Twilight was released as freeware by the developers: http://1x-upon.com/~despens/twilight/

The full version of Overlay (including Hypermedia) was published on ST-Computer's reader's disk 7/2001 and the Millennium Disk. Script 5 is also on that disk:
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Thanks again Matthias! :cheers:

This brings up a point I was wondering about. During my searches for information on Scripter I saw your AtariUpToDate entry which mentions it was included on "ST-Computer Leser CD 7/2001" http://www.atariuptodate.de/en/1810/scripter.

I don't have that CD (but I have the Millennial CD), but from your post it appears it may actually have been Script 5 instead of Scripter on that CD?
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Neurotoxic wrote:Thank you very much. Software preservation is a very important but it's also a very laborious task and you have to invest much time for it. So it's very nice of you guys doing such stuff for the community. 8)

Does anyone have the german version of ArtWorx 2.09?

I think Chagall was a very good application, too. So why not adding it to this list? I've got version 2.0 in german. But I think that wasn't the latest one. Maybe that version 2.11 was the latest one?
Yes, I agree about preservation. I'm trying to put up original images where possible. Any help would be appreciated to replace any cracked versions on this list. I have the original German install disks for PureC 1.1 which I will be putting up as part of the PureC entry once I get everything together. I have original disk of Chagall here somewhere. I'll check what version I have. :cheers:
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote: This brings up a point I was wondering about. During my searches for information on Scripter I saw your AtariUpToDate entry which mentions it was included on "ST-Computer Leser CD 7/2001" http://www.atariuptodate.de/en/1810/scripter.

I don't have that CD (but I have the Millennial CD), but from your post it appears it may actually have been Script 5 instead of Scripter on that CD?
The demo version of Scripter is included, as well as the full version of Script 5 (word processor).

I'm uploading the CD to archive.org right now - I suggest people who have CD images to do so as well. Unfortunately I don't own the other discs.
Software preservation is a very important but it's also a very laborious task and you have to invest much time for it.
Archiving software in good quality is easier than archiving print magazines. If you get hold of a copy that is ;) That's the true challenge. I'm still looking for Jim Kent's snake game which was only released on the reader's disk of German ST-Magazin.
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