Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 618’

Fish-disk 618 content: Beach

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A great new animation from Eric Schwartz. In ‘A Day at the Beach’, Flip the Frog and Clarisse the Cat head out for a day at the beach where they run into MoonDoggie. Needs 3Mb or more of memory. This is part 2 of 2. Part 1 is on disk 617. Author: Eric Schwartz

Fish-disk 618 content: Contact

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A memory resident ‘pop-up’ program for maintaining a list of names, addresses and phone numbers, or other flat file database applications. Can print labels in up to four columns, to PostScript printers, or any preferences supported printer. Up to two phone numbers can be stored with each entry, and dialed automatically using pulse or tone dialing. Unique sorting feature allows the user to specify the sort key of each record. Addresses can be imported and exported via the clipboard, or output using the unique ‘type’ feature. Notes can also be associated with each entry, using your favorite editor. Has full ARexx support. Version 2.0, binary only. Author: Craig Fisher, CMF Software

Fish-disk 618 content: VoiceDemo

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Illustrates the programming techniques required to use the voice.library to teach your Amiga to learn and recognize spoken voice commands. A simple program that will teach your Amiga to recognize and repeat back to you the spoken words ‘Peter … Piper … Picked … A Peck Of … Pickled Peppers.’ Include example source. Author: Richard Horne


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