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Fish 1046 

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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 01:00 by AndreasM  • Last download 16.11.2018 - 10:49

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How the Extension works


GfxCon 1.1 Image format converter for most formats

Image format converter that can load and save most formats:


Save: ILBM, PCX, GIF, JPEG, RGB-Raw, Postscript

- virtual memory built in (even with a plain 68000)
- color-effects and simple transformations are possible
- shows most information stored in images
- has a nice GUI
- fontsensitiv
- 68020/881-version included

Author: Dirk Farin
Path: AmigaLibDisk1046:Programs/GfxCon/


MEDUtils 1.0 Set of programs for MED modules

Set of programs for working with MED modules. Includes utilites for
playing, ripping, and allocating, and wipeing MED modules.

Author: Ben Hutchings
Path: AmigaLibDisk1046:Programs/MEDUtils/


ModUtils ?.? Group of programs for working with Mods

Group of programs for working with Mods. Includes utilities for
playing, allocating, ripping, and wipeing Mods.

Author: Ben Hutchings
Path: AmigaLibDisk1046:Programs/ModUtils/


UnPacker 1.2 AppIcon util for extracting archives

UnPacker is an appicon utility for extracting archives from the WB.
It automatically chooses the archiver to use by comparing the file
suffix (e.g.. '.lha') with the program icon's tooltypes. Thus you
can configure it to recognize every archive format you use.

Author: Erik Sagalara
Path: AmigaLibDisk1046:Programs/UnPacker/


xMore 1.4 A small and fast replacement for "more"

Yet another file reader, you might think, and you are right. I missed
small XPK-understanding file reader with reasonable feature list, but there
was none available. Most ( (c) 1992 by Uwe Röhm) can hardly be called
small (but it surely has 'reasonable' feature list!). I have to admit that
xMore is currently bigger than I planned it to be, but people don't seem to
want small programs, they want features! So, what do you get?

+ light speed search! No loss of speed even if case insensitive
and/or backwards!
+ wildcard search. Searching doesn't slow down if only "?" is
used (in fact it is FASTER when "?" is used).
+ hex mode.
+ FAST scrolling. Should beat Most (pun intended) textreaders
using customized Text() function with custom screen.
+ displays ANSI styles (no colors) and some backspace-styles
+ variable TAB size! (now you can read those funny #?.c
files with too much TABs ;)
+ can start one of the four possible editors.
+ freely definable keys!
+ font sensitivity, user definable font.
+ definable window dimensions, defaults to display size.
+ opens on any public screen or opens it's own screen.
+ multiple files from shell, Workbench and file requester.
+ pipe support.
+ clipboard support.
+ Support for Directory Opus compatibility.
+ character conversion.
+ lots of small details like default zoomed size exactly one
line high. Small things make the difference!
+ can be made resident (has been pure from day one, but who
remembers to mention everything)
+ OS 2.04 required (sorry, v36 users. There just is too much
functions in RKMs with text 'this function is broken in V36'
that I didn't bother dodging them. To pre-2.0 users xMore is
Yet Another Reason To Update. Come on guys, do you use CP/M
at work or what ? ;)
+ Can read files containig more than 65535 lines! With hex mode
this is MUST (256K+ file in narrow window = lots of lines!).
(This would be suitable place to mention certain well-known
directory utility and another XPK-supporting reader which both
assume no-one has REALLY big files, but that could give offence
to JP and UR, so I won't)

- wildcard search only supports "?"
- reads whole file into memory (EVERYBODY has min. 1 Meg today)

Author: Jorma Oksanen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1046:Programs/xMore/

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