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  • Last Activity: 19 January 2017 13:15
  • Join Date: 07 February 2007

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  1. Hewitson
    01 October 2014 11:44
    Hewitson
    Yeah of course, what's your email?
  2. ajack
    01 October 2014 09:25
    ajack
    Hi Hewitson,

    Can I ask you for a copy of the AmFTP keyfile?

    Thanks,
    ajack
  3. Hewitson
    08 April 2011 16:28
    Hewitson
    Haha, cheers. Can't quite remember what the previous one was.
  4. Eamoe
    08 April 2011 15:11
    Eamoe
    Hey Hewitson, I appreciate your new avatar nearly as much as the previous one! :D
  5. midnitoker
    26 July 2010 16:17
    midnitoker
    Hi Hewitson,

    Seems that I was a bit late trying to post this, the thread is closed now.

    > midnitoker: Thankyou very much for your kind offer, a picture of the books
    > would be great. I do not mind paying the high shipping prices if I am happy
    > with the condition.

    You are quite welcome, and true to my hacker nature, I decided to go one better, and just run kallery on linux to set up a page with a bunch of pics and placed it on my site - http://far-out.eu/amibooks/index.html - Simply click on a thumbnail to get a full size view - and there are Prev - Next buttons under each large picture for navigation between them...

    Of course they are not quite full size, only around 860 x 650, but still fill up a browser page, while full size would be good enough to print posters from - DPI res -> 128.7 x 96.5 cm; 50.7 x 38.0 inches. Originals are 3648 x 2736 Pixels (9.98 MPixels) (4:3) from my Canon digicam.

    If interested, my email is: paul AT far-out.eu - which is the e-mail I use with PayPal too. The postage prices I quoted in the forum are from a Royal Mail booklet, and usually close enough to counter prices.

    BTW - did you see the latest Natami video on YT ? Real awesome specs !

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rydE7wa_5d0&fmt=35


    C`ya,

    Paul.
  6. midnitoker
    26 July 2010 15:48
    midnitoker
    Hi Hewitson,

    Seems that I was a bit late trying to post this, the thread is closed now.

    > midnitoker: Thankyou very much for your kind offer, a picture of the books
    > would be great. I do not mind paying the high shipping prices if I am happy
    > with the condition.

    Right, I decided to go one better, so I used kallery on linux to set up a page with a gallery of pictures. Click on a thumbnail to get a full size view - well, not quite, they`re only around 860 x 650 or thereabouts, while full size would be good enough to print posters (from DPI: 128.7 x 96.5 cm; 50.7 x 38.0 inches). In pixels, that is: 3648 x 2736 Pixels (9.98 MPixels) (4:3) from the Canon.

    The url is here: http://far-out.eu/amibooks/index.html - and there are Prev - Next buttons under each large picture for navigation between them...

    If interested, my email is: paul AT far-out.eu - which is the e-mail I use with PayPal.

    C`ya,

    Paul.
  7. Hewitson
    06 June 2010 07:50
    Hewitson
    Unlike Windows 98, the 68000 processor is still well worth using.
  8. Minuous
    05 June 2010 14:49
    Minuous
    Don't be ridiculous, who gives a fuck about the 68000 processor? which predates Win98 by approx. 20 years.
  9. Hewitson
    02 November 2008 08:31
    Hewitson
    http://aminet.net/package/dev/gui/classact33

    A recent build of AWeb APL for 68000 is available on aminet.

    Cheers
  10. domleg
    26 October 2008 21:18
    domleg
    Hi!

    Just found your old thread about making aweb work on 68000 processor. In one of posts you write:

    "Seems 3.2 and 3.4 need 68020, they crash with #80000003

    Edit: Got it sorted, the ClassAct I had installed needed 68020+. AWeb 3.2 works fine, 3.4 does need a 68020."

    I've got exactly same problem, but I can't find ClassAct version that would work on my amiga 600. Do you remember by any chance which version did you use? I'm struggling with that aweb for last 2 weeks and I'm slowly losing hope :(

    thank you!

    Dominic

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