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Editor's Thoughts and Introduction:

 Last month we remarked we hoped that OS4.0 would be available by this
time, and that news in the Amiga community would pick up. Well, one
out of two is what we got. There are more interesting stories to bring
your way this time, though news is still a bit "thin". As for OS4.0 -
nowhere to be seen yet, resulting in Amiga pulling out of CeBIT (as
noted below). Work continues we are told, and we believe it. We just
hope it continues as a project and not a lifetime career ...

 We received a note on the 27th from Andreas Magerl of APC&TCP
announcing they were now 11 years old as a publisher in the Amiga
market! That is really saying something - quite an accomplishment and
we congratulate them for their ability to reach this milestone.
 We understand they will conducting an on-line sale through the 30th
of next month to celebrate. You can join them at

 You will see an article below announcing the weekly question and
answer session with Amiga CTO Fleecy Moss on the Amiga World portal
site. Let me strongly recommend you take the time to look these
sessions over if you haven't. I think you'll find them a first rate
tie between users and Amiga. So far, the communication from Fleecy has
been first rate. There's a great opportunity here for people who may
understand technical matters but aren't familiar with the business
side of running a computer company to see in some detail how the one
impacts the other. "Hats off" in a salute to Amiga World and Fleecy
for making this collaboration happen.

 There are many things to read below. We hope you enjoy this issue.
 Brad Webb,

 A M I G A   C L U B   S L O V E N I A   I S   5   Y E A R S   O L D

19 March, 2003

 Today is the day. A group of Amiga users founded new Amiga users club
in Slovenia named Amiga racunalniski klub D.A.D. five years ago. So,
today our club celebrate the 5th birthday. We are happy that we are
still here, some clubs aren't anymore. We have had some really bad
times and some great times also. We have done a lot in those 5 years.
 We translated AmigaOS 3.5/3.9 and we are doing the same with the new
AmigaOS 4.0. The next year we will have the 5th Amiga Mini Show and we
hope that our club would do at least some difference in positive
sense to all Amiga community, we also hope that Amiga Inc. would
noticed us and help us to take care about Amiga future in Slovenia.
 Maybe this is the pace and time to call Amiga clubs together and
organize the Assosiation of Amiga users Clubs. Some clubs like ours
are very small with low number of members, we shoud stick together to
make louder voice and be heard. Visit our site at Amiga computer club

           A N N O U N C I N G   A M I W E S T   2 0 0 3

29 March, 2003

 AmiWest 2003 is rolling! AmiWest is still rolling and in its sixth
year. The AmiWest committee is proud to announce we are again hosting
this year's show in Sacramento, California, at the popular Holiday
Inn, Sacramento Northeast. This venue proved to be such a hit at our
last four shows that we are again holding it there. The dates are July
26th and 27th, 2003.

 AmiWest is in it's sixth year and is the only Amiga show produced on
the West Coast of the United States. The show has proved very popular
for Amiga enthusiasts in the Western United States and continues to
attract participants and attention worldwide.

 Space is available for rent to companies, clubs, organizations, and
individuals producing Amiga related products and services.

 If you know of any vendors, suppliers, or anything else AMIGA-related
that you think belongs at this show, let us know and we will contact
them. Alternatively, point them to our webpage at

 This weekend event will again showcase the progress that IS the Amiga
Community.The primary sponsors of AmiWest 2003 are the AmiWest
Committee, an activity of the Sacramento Amiga Computer Club, Amiga
since 1986.

 AmiWest 2003 location!

AmiWest 2003 will be at the
 Holiday Inn, Sacramento Northeast
5321 Date Avenue
Sacramento California 95841-2597
Phone 1-916-338-5800 or 1-800-388-9284 - Toll Free (Hotel directly)

 Please watch our website at for continuing news
and information regarding AmiWest 2003. We announced our dates at the
end of AmiWest 2002, and we are on target! See you there!

         A M I G A   B O W S   O U T   O F   C E B I T

6 March, 2003

 Late last year, Amiga announced its intention to launch AmigaOS4.0 at
the CeBIT show in Germany. Since then, the project has advanced into
its final stages but unfortunately not to the point where we are ready
to ship. We have thus decided no t to attend the Cebit Germany show.
Instead we are looking at other shows and opportunities in the near
future to provide a suitable platform for the launch of the new Amiga.
 We apologize to the commmunity for waiting until the last possible
moment to make this announcement but despite heroic efforts by all
concerned, even up to the last minute, circumstances have conspired to
push completion beyond the deadline. We have regretfully decided that
making CeBIT Germany the AmigaOS 4 launch platform is not a realistic
option at present. AmigaOS4.0 is coming. Beta-testing has been going
on since last September, the Club Amiga Magazine is previewing many of
the new features and AmigaOne integration is proceeding well. Amiga,
Hyperion and Eyetech are 100% committed to getting th e new platform
out into the world and reintroducing the world to the pleasures of
home computing.

-- The Amiga Team

  W E E K L Y   Q   &   A   S E S S I O N S   W I T H   F L E E C Y

16 March, 2003

 AmigaWorld are proud to announce that Amiga's Chief Technology
Officer Fleecy Moss has agreed on offering us weekly Questions and
Answers sessions. You can ask your questions and check already asked
questions here on our forums as well.

 Here's Fleecy's introduction to the sessions:

 Before getting down to the questions, I'd like to thank AmigaWorld
for suggesting this service and putting it all together for the
community. Whilst I will try to answer as fully as I can, it does need
to be understood that Amiga is a company and that there are many
things I cannot reveal or talk about. This is not a deliberate attempt
to castrate this service before it even starts but the business world
is a lawyer's world and I have to abide by it.

Fleecy Moss
Amiga Inc.

      Z E O N E O   A C Q U I R E S   C A N D Y   F A C T O R Y

 14 March, England - Zeoneo Limited is moving into the AmigaOS market
with the acquisition of the exclusive rights to the noted and highly
respected graphics application Candy Factory.

 Candy Factory® is a program for creating professional looking
graphics using bevels, glows, drop-shadows, bump-mapping, textures and
lighting effects. With the minimum of effort you can quickly produce
logos, titles, banners, headings, buttons and other similar graphics.
Instant visual feedback of the adjustments made means the settings can
be tweaked in real-time until you are completely happy with the

 A fully revised version of the program is currently in development.
Candy Factory 2 is being produced specifically for AmigaOS 4. "By
taking full advantage of the new operating system and hardware, we
expect Candy Factory 2 to be much faster and even more intuitive."
said Matthew Kille, Managing Director of Zeoneo Limited.

 The original author of Candy Factory, Milan Pollé, joined Zeoneo as a
full time employee early last year and is now collaborating in the
development of its successor. "I'm very happy to be able to work
together with Zeoneo in developing a new version of Candy Factory for
AmigaOS 4. I expect Candy Factory 2 to become much more powerful,
utilizing the brand new advances of AmigaOS 4 on the AmigaOne
platform. It will be another quality title in the Zeoneo lineup."

 For more information, write to Zeoneo at, or visit
our website

   D I S C R E E T F X   L O G O   C O N T E S T   -   P R I Z E S

 Chicago, Illinois -- March 03, 2003 --
 DiscreetFX LLC Inc., Real-time Broadcast Quality Visual Effects
developer for the Amiga/Video Toaster Flyer and Video Toaster [2]
announces a new challenge for Amiga/Video Toaster artists worldwide.
Deep in the labs of DiscreetFX we are looking for a new logo but we
can't find one and we are too lazy too design it ourselves. Also, we
know there are some damn talented artists in the Amiga & Video Toaster
community and wanted to give everyone a stab at doing it for us with
cash and product incentives of course. So here is the deal on our logo
challenge. We will allow you the Amiga & Video Toaster community to
design our new logo for us. Also we will post all submissions on our
website and allow you the community vote on which logo we will use. So
fire up those paint packages, animation packages and Flash creation
tools fellow artists. We would not dare limit your creativity so we
have very few limitations or rules for the challenge.
Artwork/animations can be submitted as still images (IFF, JPEG, TIFF
etc.), Flash animations, AVI files or whatever you wish. We only ask
that whatever you submit is your original work and that it does not
suck. What you submit must have the words "DiscreetFX" in some type of
fancy pose or flash animation. Be creative and use your mind, we don't
care if it is "Psygnosis" style or "New Age" style or "Retro" style.
We leave the talent to you, all we offer is an open wallet for the
winners. Don't forget that it will be voted on and judged by your
peers so do a good job! Create your masterpieces with FlashMX, ImageFX
4.5, Zbrush, Photogenics 5, or even Deluxe Paint version 1 on the
Amiga 1000, we don't care as long as the artwork is fantastic.

 The Winner takes home a prize of $100 via Paypal and one of the
products of his or her choice from our development team. Or if the
Winner is especially greedy they can opt for just $200 via Paypal and
skip the free software. There will be prizes for runner up contestants
as well. You will have to hurry though because this contest ends on
April 3rd, 2003. Please send your contest entries to All submitted artwork/animations become the
property of DiscreetFX but will never be used without compensation to
the artist that created them. Also please don't forget that we still
have a limited supply of the two CD set Amiga/Video Toaster version of
Pyromania and it will be available for a short time at the sale price
of $24.95. ScaryFX for the Amiga & Video Toaster is also still
available for $19.95. Visit for more information
and the latest tools for your Amiga & Video Toaster.

 Best regards

 Bill Panagouleas

             A L T - W O A   2 0 0 3   P O S T P O N E D

16 February, 2003

 The Huddersfield Amiga User Group has postponed the Alt-WoA 2003. The
Amiga show had originally been scheduled for 26th April 2003 in
Huddersfield, Great Britain, and will now take place on an as yet
undisclosed weekend on the occasion of the release of AmigaOS 4.0.
Further information about this has not yet been announced.

        C I N E M A W A R E   P R O B L E M   S T A T E M E N T

23 March, 2003 Cinemaware Statement

 Hopefully you know who we are as Cinemaware, as we are well known for
our past Amiga games. We are of course doing new titles as well as you
can see on our web-site We had also started a
series of "Digitally Remastered" ti tles with clickBoom for a while -
but unfortunately that has gone badly. [..]

 We understand that some of classic Amiga/Cinemaware fans have been
concerned about certain news spread around by clickBoom, the Canadian
developer which Cinemaware has employed to develop the "Digitally
Remastered" series of games. At this poi nt Cinemaware would just like
to make a simple statement that clickBoom's allegations are false and
misleading, and that we will issue an official statement in the future
regarding this matter.

 In reference to this, Cinemaware would appreciate if anyone involved
in the below cases come into contact with us as soon as possible,
writing to

As you can see history tends to repeat itself.

 In the meantime, we appreciate your support and understand your
frustration at not being able to see more "Digital Remasters" coming
out soon. We are working hard to resolve this situation. We are
looking for expert Amiga/PC coders to continu e the development of the

 Please look out for exciting news regarding Robin Hood: Defender of
the Crown soon!"

{We would welcome a statement from clickBoom. Brad}

      M U S I C   F I L E S   F R E E   D I S T R I B U T I O N

16 March, 2003

 Japanese Amiga artist start "Free Distribution Against the Carnage"

 Susumu Hirasawa, a Japanese Amiga artist start distributing his two
music files against the carnage, all his music is made with Amiga. You
could download from

 And you also could listen his music by peerCast now. Channels are the

1 @nifty AMIGA forum
2 Susumu Hirasawa - Free Distribution Against the Carnage

 {This a nd previous story taken from the great Czech Amiga News site.
Visit them at: Brad.}

     A L G O R   R E P L A C E S   H I G H W A Y   -   E 3 B

16 March, 2003

 E3B is pleased to announce the successor ALGOR of its well known
HIGHWAY Zorro USB controller. After several months of development we
can present now a Zorro USB controller which is tailormade for Amiga
Classic systems.

 For reaching this goal we have switched to the most powerful non-PCI
USB host controller which is available on the market now.

 As usual E3B has tried to implement as much customer requests in this
new product as possible. By using the new controller chip we could
implement most of the USB protocol handling completely in hardware
which reduces system load in the Amiga multitasking system. This is
especially important for systems with "small" CPUs. The request for
higher data throughput could also be fulfilled. The ALGOR internally
operates completely in 32bit technology and is addresses with 32bit
accesses on the Zorro II bus. As Amigas usually are operated with
32bit CPUs this implementation reaches data transfer rates on the USB
side which are near to the theoretical maximum values. The ALGOR
compares by this design with comparable PCI DMA solutions, even if
only "small" CPUs like the 040 are used in the system.

 ALGOR is shipped with an OEM full license of the famous USB stack
Poseidon by Chris Hodges. The Amiga Award Winner 2002 is completing
the ALGOR hardware with a field-tested software solution operating not
only on Amiga Classic systems.

 ALGOR is offering next to its USB functionality several expansion
possibilities. The HIGHWAY expansion port is also present on the ALGOR
and can be used to operate the NORWAY ethernet module. Moreover, a
512kB FlashROM has been integrated on the ALGOR to transparently
include the USB stack Poseidon right after a system cold powerup. This
allows to boot an ALGOR equipped system right off USB mass storage
devices, to use USB mice and keyboards during Early Startup Menu and
to include system patches like those from OS3.9.

 We have planned an end customer price for ALGOR (including 512kB
FlashROM, a full licence of Poseidon and all necessary cables) of
approx. 110 EUR. Bundles together with the ethernet module NORWAY and
various USB devices (like already offered with the HIGHWAY) are being

 ALGOR production has started right now. Availability of boards will
be announced after production has finished on all Amiga related news

Technical data

 extremely fast Zorro II bus interface by atomic 32bit accesses

 compatible with Zorro II / III busses

 compatible with USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 specification (no highspeed mode)

 integrated 3 port hub

 all ports are protected against overvoltage and short circuit

 integrated power management

 power saving 3.3V technology

 compatible with all 68030/040/060 and PPC turbo cards

 integrated 512kB FlashROM memory for Poseidon USB stack integration

 bus interface logic can be updated without hardware modifications !

 38pin expansion header for ethernet module (10MBit) or
serial/parallel port expansion (hyperCOM 3i)

 expansion header can be used simultanously with USB operations

 Software support

 compatible with AmigaOS 3.1, 3.5 and 3.9

 USB stack is fully compatible with MorphOS

 integration into Amiga OS via system conform drivers

 comfortable control of USB stack by GUI (MUI)

 driver for USB mouse and keyboard (HID devices), parallel interface
(printers) and flash card readers (SCSI emulation) are included

 further drivers (webcam, digicam) are available by third companies

 Included in delivery

 1 * ALGOR USB controller card
 2 * holding plates with three USB connectors
 1 * detailed English installation manual
 1 * registration card
 1 * disk with driver software


 Amiga OS 3.1 or higher

 Processor 68030 (25MHz) or higher

 100% compatible Zorro II / III bus

 power supply with 1.5 Ampere minimum on 5V (each used USB port will
use a maximum of 500mA, depending on connected device)


 two years warranty on parts and work

 excellent technical support team

 worldwide reputation for quality and durability

 online documentation and support messages

 Changes can be made without further notification. All trademarks are
property of the corresponding firms.

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2 March, 2003

 WinUAE 0.8.22 Release 5 (28.02.2003) is now available. New features:

 - configurable boot priority and device name for regular (non-RDB)
hardfiles and virtual directory filesystems

 - configurable filesystem for regular hardfiles. (Automount/boot for
example SmartFileSystem formatted regular hardfiles)

 - FPU state file support

 - configurable keyboard leds (DF0,DF1,DF2,DF3,POWER,HD,CD)

 - floppy write-protect state added to floppies-tab

 - implemented write-support for images that don't support writing
natively (compressed images, CAPS-images)

 - Amiga program p96refresh for selecting mousepointer refreshrates in
Picasso96 mode (Bernd Roesch)

 - "Middle-Mouse-Button -> ALT-TAB" works now in fullscreen mode

 - improved input-tab GUI, increased number of input mappings from 1
to 4

 - CD32 pads are now enabled in non-cd32 mode if configured in

 - state files are saved to SaveStates-directory (was Configurations..
Bugs fixed & more

More information below ...

WinUAE 0.8.22 Release 6 WIP (29.03.2003)

Expected release date: first half of April

Bugs fixed:

 - increased compatibility/display corruption fixes Future CAPS
releases, TerrorPods, Eliminator, Double Dragon 2, Wild Streets,
Liverpool, Banshee AGA, Alien Breed 3D, Skeleton Krew...

 - audio emulation fixes (noise and random popping)

 - input configuration saves autofire settings properly

 - crash when creating new CD32 NVRAM-file

 - compressed disk images can be write-enabled

 - more compatible with newer CDTV extended ROMs (still no CDROM
controller emulation)

 - disk emulation fixes (writing freeze, drive type, disk
eject/insert, more compatible disk change detection, writing to
multiple drives simultaneously)

 - stuck middle button when "Middle Mouse-Button -> ALT-TAB" was

 - don't crash if zlib.dll is missing

 - lost mouse input events when using high refresh rate mouse

New features:

 - compressed state files

 - rewritten and more compatible serial port emulation

 - more compatible blitter speed in non cycle-exact mode (Spindizzy
Worlds, PP Hammer..)

 - turbo-floppy speed enables fast writing

 - disable screensaver when WinUAE is active

 - improved configurable CPU idle-function

 - screenshots saved to ScreenShots-directory

WinUAE 0.8.22 Release 5 (28.02.2003)

Bugs fixed:

 - CD32-mode media change detection

 - SlowRAM detection fixes (Commando and more)

 - more compatible CIA keyboard emulation (Back to the Future 2 and

 - bsdsocket.library emulation updates (Stephen Riedelbeck)

 - state restore fixes

 - fixed mouse problems in Space Crusade, Billy the Kid etc..

 - writing to custom floppy images was unstable

 - primary sound buffer-checkbox removed and disabled. It is useless
and usually only caused huge slowdown problems.

 - PC Competitor interface's second joystick works properly

 - improved compatibility (fixes USGold Murder, Crack Down, Liverpool,
Pinball Hazard, future CAPS-images etc..)

 - SuperHires sprite fix (SkidMarks AGA)

 - another Pentium 4 JIT-crash workaround

 - improved Action Replay support (Mark Cox)

    P E R F E C T P A I N T   V 2 . 9 2   I S   A V A I L A B L E

10 March, 2003

Paint, Anim and manipulate pictures from 1bit to 24bits

 The most important changes:


 If you start PerfectPaint from shell, you can specify a filename like
this: "PerfectPaint:PerfectPaint DH0:MonImage.iff"

 Add Horizontal and Vertical Rulers in Pixels, cm and Inches.

New Effect:


New Arexx Command:



 Effect can now have his own Density mapping

 You can now load template (Some Template are available for CD,

 Update Localisation file.


 Improve 'New' requester:

 you can select the resolution of the picture (pixels/cm or

 You can enter the size of the picture in Pixels, cm or Inches.

 Improve Preview effect:

 Stencil and density mapping are showed now during the preview.

 Improve Density mapping:

 New requester, New options, New file requester with thumbnail.

 Improve Text requester:

 Arrows key (Up/Down) can be used to select next or previous vectorial

 Improve Processing tool:

 Much faster, Better aspect.

 Improve All blending Algorithm (Ouch!!):

 Better aspect and much faster.

 Improve Crop, Scale window tool and Crop&Past script:

 The current mask is not erased anymore.

 Note1: if you have some Problem with brush refresh, enable the
"Picasso96" tooltype. ( the scalepixelarray command will not be used

 Note2: If you can't save PNG with alphachanel, check that you have
installed the PBM datatype. because PfPaint save his mask in PBM
format and PNGtool read this format with the help of the datatype.

        P I X L O A D   V E R S I O N   3   A N N O U N C E D

2 March, 2003 

 {This story is actually a follow-up to the beta announcement in last
month's issue. Brad}


 This little "bar" allows to you load any program or script by one
click on icon. A recent Morphos version (1.3) corrects display of
icons and Pixload Prefs crash. The drag and drop is not possible yet
but be patient...


 - All icons can be replaced by a drag and drop from Pixload-Prefs

 - All formats for yours icons are allowed via datatypes (GIF, PNG,
PSD, etc...)

 - Number of icons increase (30 and more)

 - Drop Event icon settings : loading of program and file dropped on

 - Drop Event icon identification by a white triangular

 - Bugs corrected


 It is a borderless window with buttons including small IFF pictures.
Each click on button, loads a command line which loads a program. Drag
and drop is also possible anywhere on Pixload. It was made in AREXX,
RXMUI and MUI for graphic part. You can modify everything (colors,
aspect, etc...) from the Pixload contextual menu.


 There are two parameters to configure :

 - MUI (look at documentation). You can modify graphical Pixload's
part from contextual menu -> MUI settings. Prefs files
(Pixload.1.prefs and Pixload-prefs.1.prefs) are located at
SYS:prefs/env-archive/mui and RAM:Env/mui

 - Pixload-Prefs (look at help bubble)

 - Click on Pixload.prefs in the Prefs folder and choose :

 - Pixload's displaying : horizontally by default

 - Sound on/off

 -Sound level (%)

 - Numbers of enabled/showed icons

 N.B : (all icons will be showed from Pixload-Prefs, if you choose
some icons, others will be disabled.

 - Size of icons (%)

 - Name and path for each program used to read text, picture and music
module via drag and drop

 - for each line :

 - Icon (small IFF pictures) located in Pixload/icones folder. You can
replace them by drag & drop from pictures located in Pixload/icones
folder to Pixload-Prefs window.

 Attention : This is not really icon (newicon) in Pixload/icones folder but
a real IFF pictures with their newicon. You change create own icons with
Personal Paint. Load a newicon and save it in IFF ILBM format. This method
allows you keep all colors of you icon rather than newicon "lose" many

 - A Drop Event icon button which is marked by a white triangular
under icon sur l'icône. Dans ce cas, un petit triangle blanc
apparaitra en dessous de cette icône dans la barre

 - Path and name of program

 - Bubble help content showed if mouse pointer is over icon

 - Sounds for each programs launched

 - A sound test button

 Graphic interface from MUI, is available from the Pixload contextual


 Pixload reacts to icons dropped for several ways :

 Drop event icon : (with a white triangular located under)

 If you drop a "newicon" into a drop event icon, program linked to
this "drop event" icon will be loaded and your file A popup window
with the linked program bold name will be displayed.

 By example : By example : Drag and drop a text file on Editpad icon
will load EDITPAD and your file. This "reaction" is only available if
you can type : program + arguments :

 By example : under CLI, sys:tools/editpad ram:texte will work under
CLI, sys:tvpaint ram:picture will not work because TVPAINT refuses

A non Drop event icon : (without a white triangular located under)

 - If you drop a newicon into a non drop event icon,, there will be a
file type auto detection and, from your Pixload-Prefs settings,
Multiview will be loaded excepted for MP3 and 8SVX formats. A popup
window with a file type detected will be displayed in bold font.

 By default, Pixload analyses some file types (thanks to Filetypes
file in S folder) but it only reacts for : GIF, JPEG, PNG, PSD, 8SVX,
IFF, ILBM, ILBM24, Rexx, Text, Mod, Mods, Modules, MP3

 Attention :You must have all datatypes for each file types listed
above in Devs/datatypes and Classes. OS 3.9 is required because
Amplifier is used to read MP3 files, For very long 8SVX sound, Dsound
command is used (few CPU time).

 Drag a volume icon (except floppy !)

 If you drag and drop a volume anywhere on Pixload, (CD Rom, Zip,
etc), it will be ejected

 Rxmui 31.9 or more, is required - see at
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