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Name: Fish 1079  
File: Fish1079.dms
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This download was added on 01.01.1970 - 02:00 by AndreasM

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CONTENTS OF DISK 1079
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Reminder       6.0	A nice reminder utility

Reminder keeps an eye on a list of messages and commands, which the
user (you) wants to be shown and/or executed at a specific time or
time intervals.  Any or all of the timeparameters can be wildcards.
Once every minute the list is checked, and if a match between the
systemclock and a time specification is found a window will pop up,
and the message(s) will be shown and/or the command(s) will be
executed.

Because Reminder is supposed to run as a backgroundprocess, it is
designed to be memory efficient and use as little CPU time as possible.
Should you however be the owner of an unexpanded A500, or for any other
reason NOT want the program to run continuous, it is possible to make it
show all messages for today at once, and then die (when using this
option no commands will be executed).

Author: Ebbe Holleris Petersen
Path: AmigaLibDisk1079:Programs/Reminder/

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LazyBench      1.20	Launches applications from a ListView

LazyBench is the perfect solution for lazy people with a hard disk
crammed full of goodies, which are too difficult to reach because
they are buried away in drawers inside drawers, inside drawers,
inside drawers...  LazyBench installs as a Commodity and quietly
waits in the background.  From then on, you can use its hot key to
pop up its window and effortlessly launch your favourite applications
(Tools or Projects) from a ListView.

LazyBench is 100% OS compliant and has been extensively tested with
tools like Enforcer and Mungwall, has a real font adaptative GUI with
a dynamic layout engine, supports Locale, virtual and public screens,
third parties graphics boards, and is fully userconfigurable.

Usually these features come at a price, in terms of executable size,
performance, or both, but not in this case: LazyBench is just 16472
bytes long, works well even with a plain 68000 CPU, and doesn't need
any custom libraries, handlers or devices that aren't already a part
of the Amiga's operating system.

Author: Werther 'Mircko' Pirani
Path: AmigaLibDisk1079:Programs/LazyBench/

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FlushCX      2.01	The ultimate commodity killer

FlushCX is a useful tool which terminates all active commodities and
that way some memory is gained. This can be pretty necessary e.g. on
an A1200 without extra memory.  Contains both a CLI-only version and
a WB-only version.

Author: Jan Stötzer
Path: AmigaLibDisk1079:Programs/FlushCX/

==========

FlipIt       2.0	Flip through screens via hotkeys.

Commodity that lets you install hotkeys for flipping through screens.
FlipIt lets you specify a hotkey to push the frontmost screen to the back,
and a hotkey to bring the rearmost screen to the front.  This is useful
when using programs that do not have depth gadgets on their screens.

Author: Michael J Barsoom
Path: AmigaLibDisk1079:Programs/FlipIt/

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ForceIcon       1.8	Substitute Icon images and positions

ForceIcon is an utility mainly for users of CDRom drives
or users of networking software capable of sharing devices
and icons. Since one can not snapshot the position of a
volume`s icon (on read only media), nor replace it by a
user-defined one, I wrote this utility. ForceIcon allows
you to set the position of a disk`s icon and/or replace
it by a different image/icon which doesn`t have to be a
disk.info file. All types of ".info" files may be selected.
Special features include inheritance of device specific
settings, specifying the root drawer`s size/position
and display flags/modes. ForceIcon may even change the look
and position of AppIcons.

Author: Kai Iske
Path: AmigaLibDisk1079:Programs/ForceIcon/

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