Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 832’

Fish-disk 832 content: NameThatMonster

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A commodity for use with Moria and similar games that use the slash key for identification. It allows you to identify a monster or object with a single press of the middle mouse button. Requires 2.04 or higher and a three button mouse. Includes source in F-Basic. Author: Douglas Nelson.

Fish-disk 832 content: Term

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A gift-ware telecommunications program written for AmigaOS 2.0 or higher. Features include total configurability, full ARexx control, Xpr-transfer support, filetype-identification after download, cut & paste/point-and-click on screen, auto upload and download, unlimited size scrollable review buffer, solid and fully-featured VT102/VT220/ANSI emulation, support for external terminal emulation libraries, optional fast atomic terminal emulation, hotkey support, powerful phonebook and dialing functions, ability to save and print the contents of the screen as IFF-ILBM or ASCII file, full overscan and screen resolution support (AGA and ECS screen modes included), asynchronous operation and a lot more. This is version 3.1, an update to version 2.3 on disks 725 and 730. This is part two of a three part distribution, and contains the main program as a 68020/030/040 executable, and the program source code. Author: Olaf `Olsen’ Barthel

Fish-disk 832 content: FakeKey

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A utility for use in scripts with programs like Diskcopy that require the user to press a key before the program runs. It sends a user-specified key press to the active window, after an optional delay. Requires AmigaDOS 2.04 or higher. This is version 1.0. Includes source in assembly. Author: Douglas Nelson

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