|[Web] AmigaOS4.0 to support twenty languages||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 06-Jul-2003 14:54 GMT by Mike Bouma||111 comments|
Within the Fleecy's 14th Q&A Session, default OS4 support for twenty languages have been confirmed. Support for more languages may be added.
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|AmigaOS4.0 to support twenty languages : Comment 87 of 111||ANN.lu|
|Posted by dammy on 07-Jul-2003 11:07 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 71 (Don Cox):|
> "Yeah, that would be fairly accurate. I really have nothing against OS4 and if > Ben would have been a nice cheery developer on here, instead of being himself, > I may have given thought to buying it. "
> Ben always seems quite nice and cheery to me, especially considering the
> bizarre hostility to the OS4 project that is so common here.
After seeing his FUDing of MOS being illegal, then his obvious distain for Americans with his illiterate American comments, OS4 by Xmas 2002, and other elitist comments, there is no way I'd allow a single penny of mine to go to him in royality proceeds.
> If it wasn't for Ben there would be no OS4. All the team have been working
> hard, but Ben got the project going after the H&P debacle and has coordinated > the whole thing.
And if it wasn't Ben "I'm important" H., MOS would have been AOS4 and the Amiga Community wouldn't have been wasting alot of time in these brush wars.
> As for "giving thought to buying it" - do you have an A4000 with PPC that it
> will run on? I take it you would refuse to buy a motherboard from Eyetech.
Actually Don, I said, " Of course Eyetech's prices would have bitch slap me back into reality. ;-) " which you conviently left off. If I was really impressed with OS4, I would have to go the route that I always went with Amiga computers, buy second hand. But, that's not going to happen in my case since I have no interest in financially supporting Ben.
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