Steffen Gutmann has just released version 4.0 of its famous MUIBase software.
MUIbase is a fast and flexible database system for MorphOS, Linux, Windows and Amiga. It is targeted for
advanced desktop users who want to manage data in a comfortable and
powerful way. MUIbase is able to manage any kind of data, e.g. addresses,
CD series, movies, photo collections, your family tree, your income and
expense, and much more. The power of MUIbase lies in its clear and
powerful graphical user interface and its programming capabilities.
Programming MUIbase allows you to process data in various ways,
e.g. automatic calculations upon user input, generation of reports,
import and export of data, etc. For example MUIbase can be used for
calculating the total amount of income, or the total amount of recorded
time on a CD, or to automatically create and print serial letters to
Stefan Haubenthal has just released the portage of Potrace,
an open-source, cross-platform computer program which converts
bitmapped images into vector graphics. It is written and maintained by Peter Selinger.
Andre Siegel has
just released a beta version of Folio, a word processor written in
(a bug in version 1.24 will be corrected in version 1.25). It uses advanced features of the Webkit engine. Its current features are comparable to those found in WordPad from MicroSoft or TextEdit from Apple. Unlike solutions like Google Docs, Folio does not require Internet access to work. The recommended configuration is Mac Mini G4 or faster and 256 MB memory.
jPV^RNO has just released RNOInfoScreen, a fullscreen front-end written with Hollywood and allowing to show album covert and informations in real time from players as Jukebox,
SongPlayer, AmiNetRadio, TuneNet 2.4+, AmigaAMP 2.22+, MPlayer (MUI).
Archive contents AmigaOS 3.x, AmigaOS 4.x and WarpUp version. On MorphOS, it possible to use RNOInfoScreen as screenblanker.