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Old 16 July 2020, 14:13   #121
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I have already followed the Art Contest 2019. These are very nice pictures. My personal favorite is the "Back to the Amiga" picture. Unfortunately I can only paint "as well" as you do Doug, otherwise I would participate. But I'm looking forward to the results. :-)
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Old 28 July 2020, 19:31   #122
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I have already followed the Art Contest 2019. These are very nice pictures. My personal favorite is the "Back to the Amiga" picture. Unfortunately I can only paint "as well" as you do Doug, otherwise I would participate. But I'm looking forward to the results. :-)
You should take a shot at it anyways! Try some photo editing, or maybe just play with the paint program a bit. You will do great!
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Old 28 July 2020, 19:32   #123
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This week on 10MARC I am presenting another Amiga Adventures video - This one on the beautiful Amiga 3000 computer. In my humble opinion, this is the finest machine ever produced by Commodore. It was designed to fix all the shortcomings of the Amiga 2000 computer and combine it with the beauty and style of the original Amiga 1000 machine. And I would say it succeeded! Join me as we go over the features of the Amiga 3000 and learn more about its history.

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Old 28 July 2020, 20:51   #124
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Each forum post announcing a new episode should begin with:

"Hi. This is Doug from Dynamic Computing and I've just released episode xx of 10MARC."
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Old 06 September 2020, 20:10   #125
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This week on 10MARC I am reviewing the Commodore Amiga A2088T PC Bridgeboard, and finally admitting the superiority of the XT/Windows 2.03/MS-DOS 3.3 combo over the Amiga.
Ya... that last part is a lie, but we do get Windows running on the Bridgeboard! Check it out and share it with your friends!
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Old 15 November 2020, 08:17   #126
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Well Biscuits and Gravy! I missed posting a few episodes here, but you can always catch up on my website www.10marc.com

This week on 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast, I am installing a Vampire 500 V2 into my Amiga 1000, and attempt to create one of the fastest Amiga 1000's that a person can. How will it work out? Come join me and take a look! Edu Arana's special CPU relocator makes a special appearance, too!
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Cool, thanks for the reviews!
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Old 24 November 2020, 04:26   #128
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This week on 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast I am reviewing the new Amiga AGA game "Wiz: Quest for the Magic Lantern" with my son Daniel. Join us as we explore this fun platformer and Daniel once again makes fun of his fathers gameplay skills.
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This week on 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast, I am setting up an FTP Server on my PC, and configuring my Amiga 1000 to connect to it via AmiFTP and the brand new RNOXfer program! Come join me as I show you how to do it! It makes data transfer a breeze!

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This week on 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast I am explaining and reviewing how to install the new Commodore 64 and NES Cores on the wonderful UnAmiga board from Edu Arana. Join me as we take a look at the new features!

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This week on 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast I am reviewing the awesome new Amiga Print Magazine, Amiga Addict! Join me as we peruse the magazine and discuss how it is 100% produced on the Amiga!
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This week on 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast I am covering Retargetable Graphics (RTG) on the Amiga, both classic and modern solutions. We also go over three different solutions for using a single monitor for both RTG and standard RGB Amiga graphics! Join me!
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Hello Doug,
you can buy the latest P96 driver version 3.0 from October 2020 at https://icomp.de/.
In order to be able to see "P96 RTG software" in the shop you have to be logged in.

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P.S.: Maybe this is interesting for you folks too.
https://forum.icomp.de/index.php?thr...nimigaga-core/

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Hello Doug,
you can buy the latest P96 driver version 3.0 from October 2020 at https://icomp.de/.
In order to be able to see "P96 RTG software" in the shop you have to be logged in.

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P.S.: Maybe this is interesting for you folks too.
https://forum.icomp.de/index.php?thr...nimigaga-core/
I find it a pain that it is so difficult to find Picasso96 on the icomp.de website. It does not make sense...
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I find it a pain that it is so difficult to find Picasso96 on the icomp.de website. It does not make sense...
Here you go, I was happy to give you the hint.

Yes, it is laborious to only see the P96 drivers when you are logged in. But maybe this is not the intention and the
shop owner only needs to be informed about the problem once.

You can see and buy another product only when you are logged in. The software "AmiTCP install disk (ADF)".
You and I use Roadshow, but maybe a test of this software would be something for a new episode of "10 Minute Amiga
Retro Cast". At least I would be interested in such a test.


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I find it a pain that it is so difficult to find Picasso96 on the icomp.de website. It does not make sense...

Downloads are delivered in the "order history" page of the user. A guest does not have that kind of page - naturally. So yes, it does make sense to keep a user from buying a product that can't be delivered in the end.


Note that delivering via eMail is not an option, as every update would mean mass-mailing, which the software doesn't support for select customers. So it needs to be the "order history" page that knows what you've bought and for how long you're entitled to updates.



However, I do agree that there's a better way - that would be to show the product, but keep you from checking out unless you're logged in. This way, lots of questions would be avoided, and the explanation "you need to be logged in" would come at a time when user attention is on the buying process, and not on finding the product.


I did relay this idea to the web developer, but can't say when this can be implemented. He's caught up in a completely different project that gives him "more than 100% work load" (aka "I'm not his only customer"), so I won't make any promises here.
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