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Re: A couple abandonware apps

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Added links for the last release of MagiC. Haven't see the full 6.20 out there and ASH stopped selling it last year so I put it up.

Also added the English Patch (UK and USA) and Documentation, Extras and Networking archives. :cheers:

Anything else from ASH anyone wants? I know FatRakoon has several titles at http://fatrakoon.co.uk/awarez but I have most of their other stuff.

Can't put up Signum 4.4 and MagicMac since they still sell those.
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Added links for the last release of MagiC. Haven't see the full 6.20 out there and ASH stopped selling it last year so I put it up.
Thank you !
Do you have any information about MagiC for Hades
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Thanks again :-)
Incredible work :-)

Do you have MagicPC and manual ?
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Kroll wrote:
TheNameOfTheGame wrote:Added links for the last release of MagiC. Haven't see the full 6.20 out there and ASH stopped selling it last year so I put it up.
Thank you !
Do you have any information about MagiC for Hades
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nagual wrote:Do you have MagicPC and manual ?
Nope sorry, just have MagicMac and manual. I'm not sure if they are still selling MagicPC or not. :?:

*Edit* Actually I have a cracked version of MagicPC 6 by Vectronix. Do you want that?

*Edit2* Not my files, but if you look here https://www.mediafire.com/?zw34o3s7y57db and download "Atariz.zip" it looks like there is a MagicPC registered in the zip.
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Yes, please :-)
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But no rush, take your time, you made this weekend one of the best in last couple of years:-)
Thanks again:--)
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nagual wrote:Yes, please :-)
Ok, PM sent.
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Ah, what can I say except again - thank you:-)

And one small digression - I'm looking for Regent Base II - do you maybe have it ?
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nagual wrote:Ah, what can I say except again - thank you:-)

And one small digression - I'm looking for Regent Base II - do you maybe have it ?
I don't think so but I'll look through my archives.

*Edit* Nope, don't see it. I'll keep an eye out though.
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Added Jinnee 2.5 full multilingual; English, French and German and also the English user manual.

Added Cab 2.8 full German, English patch and user manual (sorry only have English manual for 2.5 - never have seen a 2.8 manual in English)

Added iPRN 2.02 English registered. Great print accelerator. I think this was the last version released. If anyone knows for sure, please post :cheers:
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TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
bj wrote:Thanks for these. Great stuff! You are on a roll keep it going. You're sharing much appreciated! :-)
Np, just hate to see these apps die out when they can be useful to Atarians.
Great Atarian !!

Thank you very much.
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Updated the Scripter archive with the actual install program and serial # for 1.1 along with the 1.2 executable.
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Huge thanks
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Slight update to Scripter. I was having suspicions that the 1.2 folder was actually German 1.1 so I made a script to check version numbers and it was same for the 1.1 English and the supposed 1.2 German.

Anyway, I think we just have 1.1 so I took out the 1.2 folder. If you want the English version just use the setup program included.

Now was there ever a Scripter 1.2? If any knows please post here or pm me.
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Hey thanks. I agree there are a lot of good Atari programs that can still be very useful but may now be thought of as abandon ware.
IMO they deserve not only to be preserved for historical purposes but also used as an ongoing testament to the achievement
of their authors. It's amazing to me just how much technical capacity Atari ST programmers crammed into so little memory
resource requirements!
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Added E-Copy 1.7 English and E-Copy 1.72 User Manual.

If anyone has the English version of 1.72, I would greatly appreciate it if you could pm me.
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thanks
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Added Smurf 1.05 and User Manual.

1.05 is the last English commercial version from 16/32 with manual.

If you like Smurf, there is a 1.06 which is GPL now.
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Thanks:-)
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Could you add a brief description of these in the original post? It would be helpful for people who don't know what these all do. Like I have no idea what Smurf or Scripter do.

But this is awesome. I started a thread in the opposite direction, asking for programs that are still being developed.
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Huge thanks to you man !

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leech wrote:Could you add a brief description of these in the original post? It would be helpful for people who don't know what these all do. Like I have no idea what Smurf or Scripter do.

But this is awesome. I started a thread in the opposite direction, asking for programs that are still being developed.
Scripter is GEM scripting language, mostly for MagiC with syntax similar to C - strong and powerfull software !
Smurf is graphic programm, with a lot of editing and effects functions, I use it a lot :-)
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thx mate!
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leech wrote:Could you add a brief description of these in the original post?
Well I included the User Manuals for almost everything so I thought that would help, but maybe I could add a brief description.
It would be helpful for people who don't know what these all do. Like I have no idea what Smurf or Scripter do
And that's exactly why I'm putting these abandoned apps up. Hopefully people will discover them and find them useful on their Atari computers! :cheers:
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