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Re: A couple abandonware apps

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Well, I didn't use the German STG file. I just reconstructed the source using your HCP package and edited that.

Here are the source files.
noticesrc.zip
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nagual wrote: Fri Sep 29, 2017 3:02 pm
TheNameOfTheGame wrote:
nagual wrote:Well boys and girls, now something completely different - for programmers and the others - some developing system - ACS Pro 2.3.4 and 3.0.0 full registered, thanks to Mr. Martin Elsässer !

There's both versions - german and english, including all documentation as HYP files , Pure C, GEM and TOS Libraries (english and german), and also a bunch of useful utilities:-)

Here's the link for ACS Pro 3.0.0
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... 24yZHU3cGM

Other downloads is bellow:-)


Cheers ! :cheers:
Nice! Are they any different from the one's on Martin's webpage? http://acspro.atari.org/ACSpro/Frame/index.html? Also looking for betas and unreleased versions! :cheers:
Of course, it's registered :-))
Just joking, on download link you can find just parts, not whole app...
And I found some betas, it's actually version 3.0.0 with some bug fixes
Unreleased versions - nope :?

Here's the links:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... URvZGwzVW8
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... zhuRDk5S0k
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7Y1z ... m5HT1JaSVE

I have with Martin just basic mail conversation, he gave me serial's after my second or third mail - I didn't ask him to give me for free, but he decide to give me just like that, and I'm, really gratefull for this:-))

But, you know, funny thing is, that a lot of former Atari programmers looks like have shame for his Atari work, I'll be proud as hell if I wrote program like ACS Pro, or MagiC, or Geneva or....continue the list...

Cheers:-) :cheers:

P.S. Any news about Regent Base II ? :D
Can you repost these bug-fix 3.0.0 links? They are broken now. Thank you!
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Thank you as always! :cheers:
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Hope this is a correct archive:-)
If not, let me know:-)

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Well, this was a refreshing evening. Lost a drive used for archives (PC), which included files from this subject. My phone is now full again!

Only links that failed were the early Google ones. Thanks again to all!
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I've been trying to make sure I have a backup of these as well. But I asked over at AtariAge some thoughts on creating an Image with this software that lets you choose a set up via Xboot or other method, and then have applications available. I figure people do it for games al the time, it'd be rather unique to do one for productivity software and various OS setups :)

Anyone have suggestions for such a thing?
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Never was proficient setting up XBOOT, does it only categorize applications from the autofolder, or can it list from another directory?
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Rustynutt wrote: Sat Nov 28, 2020 4:32 am Never was proficient setting up XBOOT, does it only categorize applications from the autofolder, or can it list from another directory?
I think it only does Auto / CPX / Acc.
Gaiyan wrote: Sat Nov 28, 2020 6:54 am I have recreated the Xboot manual: https://www.atari-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=39613
Awesome!
Would anyone prefer xboot over having separate boot partitions?
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What about PageStream or WordPerfect? They seem to be very hard to find anywhere.
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Here you go: Word Perfect 4.1
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Pagestream 1.51 of any use?
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Or Pagestream 2.1 could be better
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Thank you bj :-)

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Thank you so much!
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Nice! A Merry Christmas indeed!
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stokowski wrote: Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:13 pm Hi,
thank you all for the great stuff. I´m searching for the atari scholastic titles (arrakis) which were sold in the U.S. by atari. Are there any download links for these titles (biology, chemistry, physics...).
Greetings,
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Were you able to get all these, I think on B&C's ebay store they have 13 of the 17 or so.... or did they end up available for download. They are not at Atarimania... :(
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Hi 8bitguy1,
unfortunately I didn´t got them, because I´m in germany and the sources are oversea (high shipping an tax costs). I´m still searching!
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Re: A couple abandonware apps

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Interactive disk magazine, quite unique. That's the only issue I have (I know that there are more):
https://archive.org/details/the-new-ala ... 7-atari-st
AtariUpToDate - Atari ST/TT/Falcon software database and version tracker: https://www.atariuptodate.de
ST-Computer magazine - https://www.st-computer.org/
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Is there another source than scribd? or a way to get it without signing up?
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Bikerbob wrote: Tue Feb 09, 2021 6:52 pm
Is there another source than scribd? or a way to get it without signing up?

It's on dev-docs, too: https://docs.dev-docs.org/htm/search.ph ... pagestream
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Thanks czietz
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Let's get back to business: here is Luna v2.10 beta 4529. Absolutely brilliant text editor that was released as a freeware by Richard Gordon Faika back in ???. I don't recall.

This is the english version with a slightly revised rsc file, newly translated english hypertext, translated popup menu and I added back some of the scripts from the previous versions (they are not translated though).

Rename lunalogo.rsx to lunalogo.rsc to get a nice intro image (and a 5 seconds startup delay :lol: ) and lunaskin.rsx to lunaskin.rsc to get a skinned icon bar (you will have to activate it in the 'Flags' menu).

As far as I know this beta 4529 is the last public beta. I hope I'm wrong though, so if anyone has a more recent one, or has done some scripts, etc... please upload! :)
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