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Fish 1095 

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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:54

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bBaseIII 3.04 Full-featured easy-to-use database

bBaseIII is a full-featured, graphically interfaced, reasonably fast
and, I think you will agree, quite an easy-to-use database program.
Basically, it will sort, search for, display and print out stored
information, but wait, there's more!
Refer to Section 1.2 - `Feature Summary'.

Once a database has been loaded from disk, all modifications are done in
computer memory, and will NOT be permanently saved until the database is
saved to disk. This can be done using the menus, the function keys,
or upon quiting.

Almost all functions of bBase may be accessed from the menus, and most
also have keyboard equivalents. These are all described in Section 9 -

What bBase is NOT, is an SBase competitor. bBase does not even WANT to
be like SBase. The philosophy behind bBase was to create a simple,
intuitive database program, easy to learn, yet packed with features.

It multi-tasks extremely well, as it does not burn up CPU time while not
actually performing operations.

Author: Robert Bromley
Path: AmigaLibDisk1095:Programs/bBaseIII/


TSMorph 3.2 A comprehensive morphing package.

TSMorph is a set of morphing programs. It consists of three programs:

TSMorph Edit the Morph parameters
TSMorph-render Generate the morphed images
TSMorph-prefs Preferences editor

TSMorph is used to create a parameter file which is used by
TSMorph-render to produce the morphed images. Run times can be about 3
seconds per frame for a 150x150 image on a 28Mhz 68040.

TSMorph-render can be used to either morph one (or a series of)
image(s) to another in a set number of frames with a number of control
points, or just distort one (or a series of) image(s) with control
points. When TSMorph is run without parameters it will display an ASL
file requester for a file created by TSMorph, it will then create the
images, displaying a Progress Requester on the default public (or
named) screen allowing the process to be interrupted and/or stopped.

ARexx scripts are run before and after each image is processed. These
allow the changing of movement and colour to be controlled along with
the ability to only generate some frames, and also post image
processing (e.g. to change to a non-24-bit format and build an

TSmorph is used to generate the parameter file. When run it displays
an Information Window on a public screen. This allows the input of the
file names to morph between, the number of frames, the start frame,
the output file names, and the type of morph (single or dual images)
to be changed.

It also allows the editing of control points on the images. The images
are displayed on a public screen in resizeable, scrollable windows.

When the images are displayed control points can be edited in various
modes. These modes allow the addition, deletion, linking and unlinking
of the control points.

Context sensitive help is displayed using amigaguide (if available).
The 'Help' key can be pressed in the gadgets, over the gadgets, on
menus or anytime a window is active.

This is Part 2 of a 2 Disk Distribution. (Source)

Author: Topicsave Limited
Path: AmigaLibDisk1095:Programs/TSMorph_2/

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