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synchro 03 December 2011 22:56

Workbench for Winuae!!
 
Gotta be carefull asking this so im wondering if anyone has an amazing workbench HDF for Winuae.....And if they could possibly post a piccy

Thats it really....for now ;)

Oh and would it look cool on an Amiga Launcher...

James 04 December 2011 12:25

1 Attachment(s)
OS3.9/AfA 512MB PFS hdf:

Attachment 30010

Freeware/shareware bundle built just for "fun". :nuts
If it was not for OS3.9 I would happily distribute this to anyone who would like a seriously bloated base system. :)
MUI is running in test mode with prefs taken from my full system.
There is a lot more to it than this one picture shows...

amiga_user 04 December 2011 12:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 788725)
OS3.9/AfA 512MB PFS hdf:

Attachment 30010

Freeware/shareware bundle built just for "fun". :nuts
If it was not for OS3.9 I would happily distribute this to anyone who would like a seriously bloated base system. :)
MUI is running in test mode with prefs taken from my full system.
There is a lot more to it than this one picture shows...

@James:

Where did you find that cpu/memory meter (I guess it is), on the top right of the screenshot ?

James 04 December 2011 12:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by amiga_user (Post 788726)
Where did you find that cpu/memory meter (I guess it is), on the top right of the screenshot ?

No, it is just a skinnable clock called SkinnableClock :):

http://www.bboah-works.de/phpbb33/do...7620bef130e4c0

There are extra images for it here:

http://os4depot.net/index.php?functi...ddonclocks.lha

attila06 04 December 2011 12:54

Terrible, can you put this workbench in download please ?

Retro1234 04 December 2011 13:02

Why not add an AROS setup and avoid problems.

CritAnime 04 December 2011 16:52

http://i.imgur.com/GQL23.png

Mine isn't anything too exciting. I use the ClassicWB pack, 68k, for my real Amiga and also the UAE version on my PC. However I am not near my main PC to show you that one :(

synchro 05 December 2011 20:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 788725)
OS3.9/AfA 512MB PFS hdf:

Attachment 30010

Freeware/shareware bundle built just for "fun". :nuts
If it was not for OS3.9 I would happily distribute this to anyone who would like a seriously bloated base system. :)
MUI is running in test mode with prefs taken from my full system.
There is a lot more to it than this one picture shows...

That does look very cool and it could run in winuae right ??

FOL 05 December 2011 22:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by CritAnime (Post 788758)

Mine isn't anything too exciting. I use the ClassicWB pack, 68k, for my real Amiga and also the UAE version on my PC. However I am not near my main PC to show you that one :(


You have ACA630, live a little and use the up market versions of classicwb, ;).

James 06 December 2011 00:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by synchro (Post 788949)
That does look very cool and it could run in winuae right ??

Yes, it is running on WinUAE.

synchro 06 December 2011 23:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 788995)
Yes, it is running on WinUAE.

Any chance of considering letting me use it on my Amiga Launcher ?
This version follows the C64 Launcher Collection..Not as previosly shown.

Basicly on the main page theres a workbench button as shown below
Click it and your workbench would load up....
Of course mod it any way you like to remove anything you dont want to supply

Interested ?

http://www.lastninjachronicles.co.uk/AMAIN

James 12 December 2011 01:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by synchro (Post 789144)
Any chance of considering letting me use it on my Amiga Launcher ?

I think Boo Boo had the right idea, use AROS and avoid legal problems...
AFAIK Haage & Partner have the distribution rights to OS3.9 (Amiga Forever uses a fake/new OS3.9). Has anyone checked with them recently to see if they would allow it to be distributed freely?

CritAnime 15 December 2011 02:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by FOL (Post 788978)
You have ACA630, live a little and use the up market versions of classicwb, ;).

Tell me which version to go for and i will give it a shot lol. I am new to this uber Amiga 600 lark lol ;)

synchro 15 December 2011 20:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 789885)
I think Boo Boo had the right idea, use AROS and avoid legal problems...
AFAIK Haage & Partner have the distribution rights to OS3.9 (Amiga Forever uses a fake/new OS3.9). Has anyone checked with them recently to see if they would allow it to be distributed freely?

The launcher is not for public release ( although it might get about ) its kind of a community thing i do. People email me for the link from here....Most of us own roms either real amigas or amiga forever.....

Using Aros wouldnt be an advantage if i want to put whd games within the workbench and as the launcher would be filled with games it kind of defeats the object.

It would be like saying your car is insured but not taxed....either way its considered wrong...

However with all my stuff its always been free and i consider them as preservation not piracy...I dare anyone to state they "only" use adf's or roms they actually own the real games for...also as with the Tribute dvd's i even put a link to Amiga forever to encourage people to buy...i own it....all of us should to be as legal as possible...Amiga forever makes it easy.....but thier config isnt always what we want so the launchers make it simple.

Lots of people wont agree with the way i think and i am happy just to make them for my own use but i choose to share to give others the benefit of playing the games in a nice tidy package.

I did not realise the Workbench shown above was using OS3.9 i would not use that as its still for sale but a nice HD of WB 2.0 or 3.1 would not really harm anyone.

Rodomoc 16 December 2011 00:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 788725)
OS3.9/AfA 512MB PFS hdf:

Attachment 30010

Freeware/shareware bundle built just for "fun". :nuts
If it was not for OS3.9 I would happily distribute this to anyone who would like a seriously bloated base system. :)
MUI is running in test mode with prefs taken from my full system.
There is a lot more to it than this one picture shows...

I like the graphic you chose after your first sentence. I have felt this way a time or two in my own Amiga endeavors. At any rate, I do like the distribution you have created. How difficult is it to copy OS3.9 stuff out, and how willing would you be to do such a thing and then distribute?:great

James 17 December 2011 23:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rodomoc (Post 790638)
How difficult is it to copy OS3.9 stuff out, and how willing would you be to do such a thing and then distribute?:great

Yes, I will look into doing this... :)

@synchro :agree

Rodomoc 19 December 2011 16:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by James (Post 791055)
Yes, I will look into doing this... :)

@synchro :agree

I think an alternative preconfigured OS in a more simplistic fashion, as you have constructed, would be a great thing to throw out there. I have been collecting the many software bits to do something similar. Perhaps over this winter season I will get the time for this. The last time I built an OS environment was literally piecemeal on an A3000. The experience was a useful one in the end but included many :banghead moments. Cheers!!!

arti 27 December 2011 19:10

@James

Hi, I'm NetSurf for Classic author.
Can you send me your buttons set ?

BTW. Nice Workbench, I'm looking forward to try it.

Regards

Kitty 28 December 2011 02:43

Old pics but hasn't changed since then.

http://i.imgur.com/81fSn.png

http://i.imgur.com/H4EDM.png

CritAnime 28 December 2011 23:38

Where did you get that wallpaper from? Not seen her for a long long time :)

I have been using AmiKit and thats pretty entertaining.


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