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Posted on 05-Sep-2004 20:46 GMT by Grzegorz Kraszewski (Edited on 2004-09-06 19:46:39 GMT by Christian Kemp)15 comments
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The first public beta of SeventhSense, website update scanner, has been released and is available for download on MorphZone. SeventhSense is a tool for monitoring websites updates. Its multithreaded design allows for fast scanning (for example 40 sites are checked in 4 minutes on analog v.90 modem). SeventhSense checks HTTP header date and if needed can search HTML body for dates in almost all possible formats (user editable with drag&drop) and ordinal numbers (for example news item numbers). Supports OpenURL, so an updated page can be viewed by doubleclick. Example list of sites with a few most popular MorphOS and Amiga sites is included. SeventhSense is MorphOS only application, requires MorphOS 1.4.
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SeventhSense, the ultimate website update scanner [MOS] : Comment 5 of 15ANN.lu
Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 06-Sep-2004 11:22 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Anonymous):
I have an amiga (several actually).
They all run latest spiffiest of AmigaOS that is available for them (OS3.9).
This is Amiga Network News, ann.lu.
The program announced does not run on my amigas.

Who are the morons?

Announcements for morphine addicteds should be marked :)
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