Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 913’

Fish-disk 913 content: StickIt

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A computer replacement for the ol’ Post-It note. It allows you to stick notes onto your screen which will be displayed every time you re-boot, useful to remind you of things to do. Features: Unlimited number of notes on screen, Notes remember where you left them, User-defined font name/size, User-defined note size, User-defined text/background colour (yep, they can be yellow if you want !), User-defined delay at startup to avoid disk thrashing, User-defined filename for note information. Requires AmigaDOS 2.04+, version 1.02, includes source. Author: Andy Dean

Fish-disk 913 content: AssignManager

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A new prefs editor which handles your custom assigns in a friendly, all-encompassing way. No more fiddling with Assign commands in User-Startups. Now you can use AssignManager to edit your list of assigns to your heart’s content. Version 1.00, binary only. Author: Matt Francis

Fish-disk 913 content: Moontool

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A port of John Walker’s moontool program for UNIX. It gives a variety of statistics about the moon, including phase, distance, angular, size and time to next full moon. A schematic of the current phase is also shown as a picture. This is illustrative only, the accurate phase is shown in the text. Now font-sensitive and will automatically use the user-defined system font (non- proportional). If the font is too large, the program will fall-back to Topaz 8. Version 1.1, an update to version 1.0 on disk number 800. Binary only. Author: John Walker, Amiga port by Eric G. Suchanek


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