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Fish-disk 935 content: AmiCDROM

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A CDROM disk filing system for the Amiga. It supports the ISO-9660 standard and the Rock Ridge Interchange Protocol. The CDROM drive is mounted as a DOS device (e.g. CD0:). You can access files and directories on a CDROM disk by the usual syntax, e.g. ‘type cd0:foo/readme.txt’. Version 1.7, includes source. Author: Frank Munkert

Fish-disk 935 content: LazyBench

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A little utility for lazy people with a hard disk crammed full of goodies which are too difficult to reach because they are buried away in drawers inside drawers inside drawers inside drawers… LazyBench installs itself as a commodity, adds an item under the Workbench ‘Tools’ menu and waits in the background. Use its hot key combination to pop up its window and then select an item. Now OS 2.xx only and fully ‘User Interface Style Guide’ compliant. Font sensitive (uses the Default Screen Font) and each gadget has a single key equivalent. Version 1.12, an update to version 1.10 on disk number 894. Binary only. Author: Werther ‘Mircko’ Pirani

Fish-disk 935 content: ClipWindow

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A program that makes it easy to put frequently used text on the clipboard. It opens an AppWindow on the Workbench which accepts Project icons and associated text files. The text is copied to the clipboard ready for pasting. Text may be in a separate disk file or directly entered as Tool Types in the Project icon. Also included is ConPaste, a Commodity by Carolyn Scheppner which allows pasting clipboarded text almost anywhere. AmigaDOS 2.0 or higher required. Version 1.0, includes source Author: Jim Harvey

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