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[News] PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPCANN.lu
Posted on 14-Sep-2003 17:41 GMT by Dan Kilroy199 comments
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GrasshopperLLC and Deron Kazmaier announced on the 12th that PageStream4.1 has been ported to and will run on Amiga OS4.0 PPC. Advanced copies of PageStream4.1 for Amiga OS4.0 PPC available from GrasshopperLLC.

PageStream is a powerful desktop publishing program available for Amiga, Linux, Macintosh and Windows September 12th, 2003 – Antigo, WI – Grasshopper LLC today announced the addition of a fifth supported platform in the stable of computers and operating systems that PageStream already runs on. Amiga OS4 PPC is an exciting new operating system and hardware from Amiga Inc, Eyetech and Hyperion Entertainment that follows in the footsteps of the great hardware and software that is the Amiga.

“Deron Kazmaier, PageStream creator, has exceeded our expectations again!” proclaimed Grasshopper LLC owner Marna Holt. “Deron has burned the midnight oil on his old love, the Amiga, creating the foundation for the next generation of PageStream on the Amiga.” While the full public release of OS4 is beyond our control, the PageStream is not! As the Amiga OS4 PPC is a natural progression from the older 68k, we are offering a limited time discount for those who are moving up to the AmigaOS4 PPC version from PageStream Amiga68k and likewise we are including the Amiga68k version to those who purchase the PPC version before it is publicly released. Crossgrade price from PageStream 4.1 Amiga68k to AmigaPPC is only $40 and the price for a new copy of PageStream4.1 Amiga PPC (with Amiga68k) is only $99. The special offers are set to expire upon the public release of Amiga OS4, and will then revert to the same low pricing already in place for the other platforms. Advance copies of PageStream 4.1 AmigaPPC are available now, but we will continue to stay in step with improvements to OS4.

See our website at www.grasshopperllc.com for more information or to order.

Dan Kilroy sales@grasshopperllc.com (Hope this is ok, first time posting to ann)

PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 1 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 15:50 GMT
Does Pagestream 4.1 run on MorphOS1.4?
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 2 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Emeric SH on 14-Sep-2003 15:51 GMT
Nice to see that they are still supporting our niche. And hoping for that their recent poll will result in a MorphOS port as well.

Good news indeed!
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 3 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 15:55 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
> Does Pagestream 4.1 run on MorphOS1.4?

Apparently they prefer to port software to an operating system that does not exist. That is the advanced form of Amiga Software Development (defined as creating programs for an operating system that does not *seem* to exist in the eyes of Joe user).
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 4 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Brian Hoskins on 14-Sep-2003 16:08 GMT
"Apparently they prefer to port software to an operating system that does not exist. That is the advanced form of Amiga Software Development (defined as creating programs for an operating system that does not *seem* to exist in the eyes of Joe user)."

I think that's a bit of a silly statement to make. AmigaOS4 DOES exist in a beta form but AmigaInc and Hyperion choose to use their own beta testers for development purposes rather than release their beta versions to the general public for testing - it's just a different way of doing things that's all.

With regard to software development, it follows that any new Operating System needs software development to be worth anything, and I think it would also be fair to say there would need to be some prior interest in developing for a new Operating System version such as this one before commiting time and money to such a project.

So I see nothing wrong with developers creating/developing software for a platform which is in itself still in development, infact this has always been the way of things!!!

I have no objection to a MOS version, and infact I may even vote for it myself because I am considering purchasing a Pegasos/MOS to run along side my Amiga machines. If you want to see a MOS version too, then I suggest you show your support as well - slating OS4 wont get you that support :)

Cheers,

Brian
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 5 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Emeric SH on 14-Sep-2003 16:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
You two are pretty annoying. It means a huge marketing value for OS4 (just as OS4 means for the AmigaONE). They are a company, and as such make business as a living. I'm pretty sure they have very good reasons to do it like this.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 6 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 14-Sep-2003 16:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
"Does Pagestream 4.1 run on MorphOS1.4?"

It runs perfectly on Amithlon, so it should run perfectly on MOS. Pagestream is very system-legal.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 7 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Sep-2003 16:26 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
Ask Grashopper.

Cheers
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 8 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Sep-2003 16:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
Here we go again...
Must be hard to see AOS4 (wich is not available to the grand public) to get such a vote of confidence while MOS (wich has been on public beta for how long now?) to have to wait.

Oh well, watch as the thread inflames...

Cheers
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 9 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 16:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Brian Hoskins):
Yeah, why should the users pay to be betatesters.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 10 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 14-Sep-2003 16:39 GMT
Could MOS people stay out of this thread as it obviously isn't MOS related? MOS version comes if it comes.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 11 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Emeric SH on 14-Sep-2003 16:43 GMT
"Must be hard to see AOS4 (wich is not available to the grand public) to get such a vote of confidence while MOS (wich has been on public beta for how long now?) to have to wait."

They just represent those silly (intentionally or naturally naive) "users", "customers", or dunno how to name them, who think that supporting a platform means rejecting an other. When a MorphOS title was released the threads were full of "ban them", "traitors", and we see it here (and I suspect we will see it even more in the future as OS4 titles will appear) from the other side as well.

It's pretty naive and damaging behaviour, from whichever side it comes.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 12 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Eva on 14-Sep-2003 16:58 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
Yeah Mr anonimous. The prob is that it is not ported to Aos4 but it "will" be ported on Aos4 if Aos4 will never become a reality and ... sure I hope that noone will name Aos4 a 3.9 with some ppc code on a cyberstorm ppc because, in this case, "this so called Aos4" will be years behind Mos+Pegasos.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 13 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Brian Hoskins on 14-Sep-2003 16:58 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Anonymous):
"Yeah, why should the users pay to be betatesters."

Well it's just a different way of doing things really, each has it's advantages and disadvantages.

But we're going off topic with that - to sum up, I think it would be fair to say we're all (in the main) very pleased to see GrasshopperLLC supporting the Amiga platform by announcing PageStream for OS4.0 :)

Brian
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 14 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Richi on 14-Sep-2003 17:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Eva):
Great Eva! You always make me laugh!
You have no idea of what you're talking about, nobody except betatesters has..but you think you know.

Grow up please
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 15 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Justin Smith on 14-Sep-2003 17:55 GMT
Wonderful, this is just the kind of software I'll need on my AmigaOne! Anyone know the difference between the Pro and Standard versions, besides $50?
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 16 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 18:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Brian Hoskins):
> I think that's a bit of a silly statement to make. AmigaOS4 DOES exist in

I have no problem with companies announcing support for new and coming operating systems but if an application starts selling before the OS exists in the normal sense of the work (like, boots on the targeted PPC mainboards), it is so silly - or fishy? - that I can't stop myself from making sarcastic comments. Sorry. It's hard to take those people seriously: they claim to have a PPC version but instead of releasing it to the PPC users that have had a working Amiga PPC OS for a year and longer, they target an unreleased OS. It must be incredibly hard to send the gcc-compliant code through a 68k-hosted gcc crosscompiler to compile it for MorphOS. No.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 17 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by yoodoo on 14-Sep-2003 18:10 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Justin Smith):
Pro version has extras like Text Effects, Borders etc etc. It's all on the grasshopper website ;)
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 18 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by catohagen on 14-Sep-2003 18:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Anonymous):
stop crying!
If enough mos users sign up i'm sure there will be a mos port too..
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 19 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by JoannaK on 14-Sep-2003 18:27 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (catohagen):
And based on what I hear latest 68K versions do work quite well
meanwhile... Can't rememeber anyone claimed it to be too slow with Jit
:)
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 20 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by itix on 14-Sep-2003 19:16 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
> Does Pagestream 4.1 run on MorphOS1.4? OS4 version doesn't but 68k version should. EOD.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 21 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Sep-2003 19:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Emeric SH):
I agree 100%

Cheers
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 22 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Sep-2003 19:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Eva):
Translation please?

Cheers
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 23 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Sep-2003 19:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Anonymous):
Little correction, AmigaOS PPC like OS, MorphOS != AmigaOS.

And as has been said in the past, porting apps to AOS4 is easy, especially if the code is GCC compliant, and yes, that would probably also enable a MOS port with little effort.

IF and when GrashopperLLC decide to do a MOS version however, is entirely up to them.

Cheers
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 24 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 19:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 23 (Amon_Re):
Depends on if the developer just does a straight port to AOS4, or changes it to the AOS4 way of doing things.

If the latter, chances of an easy backport to MorphOS are .... low.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 25 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 19:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
you're just jelous. It doesn't exist (commercially) but it's there and will be released soon enough and that's why Buck is pissing his pants, He knows than once OS4 comes out he will have lost the battle.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 26 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 19:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Amon_Re):
>Oh well, watch as the thread inflames...

Well, you started the flame fest this time.

MorphOS is public beta just because the owners want it to be, if Hyperion wanted OS4 to be public beta it would be too, instead they prefer to be a closed beta. It's their choice.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 27 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 14-Sep-2003 19:55 GMT
In reply to Comment 26 (Anonymous):
Erm, incase you didn't know, i happen to agree with you, in that it's the developers choice, and frankly, it doesn't concern me :)

What concerns me, as a customer, is the end product.

Now do tell how that little bit of my post is imflamatory compared to other posts?

Cheers
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 28 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by bbrv on 14-Sep-2003 19:59 GMT
In reply to Comment 27 (Amon_Re):
http://www.morphos-news.de/index.php?lg=en&nid=452&si=1

...do you really think that a developer would not want their product on as many platforms as possible?

In the same way we will be happy when OS4 finds a home on the Pegasos.

:-D

R&B
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 29 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by strobe on 14-Sep-2003 20:00 GMT
Difference being MOS users could buy PageStream now and use it.

Anyway this offer smells like another offer which hinges on when/if AOS4 is released. I mean how many times have we seen those offers?

I don't expect A1 owners to understand this concept, but try before you buy.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 30 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by AmigaGuy on 14-Sep-2003 20:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):
>>Apparently they prefer to port software to an operating system that does not exist. That is the advanced form of Amiga Software Development (defined as creating programs for an operating system that does not *seem* to exist in the eyes of Joe user).

--

We all know that software shouldn't start being ported or created until after an OS or system is release.

I'm SURE no software will exist for the Playstation 3 when it comes out. If there is software made, then how dare those Sony bastards make (or allow to be made) software that runs on hardware that YOU can't buy yet!!! Yeah, I'd be really upset if I were you, so maybe you should give Sony a call and tell them software developement shouldn't begin until you have purchased their machine.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 31 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Eva on 14-Sep-2003 21:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (Richi):
Nono child I spoke not with betatesters, but with some os4 DEVELOPERS and everyone can tell you that at this stage Aos4 is an alpha of an hybrid 3.9 with some ppc code that runs UNSTABLE only under Cyberstorm PPC coz he continues to be Hardware dependent.

To be clear it is light years behind Mos.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 32 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Eva on 14-Sep-2003 21:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (Amon_Re):
Sure I will translate you child:

"The prob is that it is not ported to Aos4 but it "will" be ported on Aos4 if Aos4 will never become a reality"

This means that actually Pagestream 4.1 for Aos4 is only a project, because Aos4 is still an incomplete product.

"and ... sure I hope that noone will name Aos4 a 3.9 with some ppc code on a cyberstorm ppc because, in this case, "this so called Aos4" will be years behind Mos+Pegasos."

For the stupid kids uncapable (like you) to accept the reality ...
Aos 4 should be just a little more than AOs 3.9 + some PPC code (and actually it is in this stage of development). You can ask to Frieden Bros, Thob Richter or Massimo Tantiglione the real state of "AoS4" or hears wise Mr herman words "AmigaOs4 will be ready in 2 months" (November 2001) :D
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 33 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Sep-2003 21:41 GMT
In reply to Comment 31 (Eva):
>>some ppc code that runs UNSTABLE only under Cyberstorm PPC

Ahahahaha! WHEN did you talk to these developers Eva? The start of the year?

You just crack me up... :-D

Ian
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 34 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by AmigaGuy on 14-Sep-2003 21:49 GMT
In reply to Comment 31 (Eva):
@Eva

>>To be clear it is light years behind Mos.

Isn't a light year the same as a regular year? 365 days?

That makes we wonder, is there such a thing as a Light Leap Year? The distance light travels in 366 days?

Of couse, and I'm sure you know, that a light year is a measure of distance and not a measure of time. Maybe you could give an estimate as to the amount of time you feel Amiga OS 4 is behind MorphOS. That might help give us a better idea of where you feel that Amiga OS 4 devlopement is at.

If you don't mind me asking, is Eva your real name or are you a big fan of Nightlong?
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 35 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by MIKE on 14-Sep-2003 21:54 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (AmigaGuy):
What about the Developer documentation, a Development kit? This will be in the developers hands for the PS3 a year/two before it's release, so that titles will be available at launch.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 36 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by AmigaGuy on 14-Sep-2003 22:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 35 (MIKE):
@MIKE

>>What about the Developer documentation, a Development kit? This will be in the developers hands for the PS3 a year/two before it's release, so that titles will be available at launch.

Look, I was just replying to comment #3 where Anon posted about "creating programs for an operating system that does not *seem* to exist in the eyes of Joe user". I'm saying it's quite common for software to be developed before a system is released to "Joe User". Actually I'm saying it would be RETARDED NOT to have software ready when you release a system to "Joe User".

What it sounds like you're saying is that you think "GrasshopperLLC and Deron Kazmaier" are lieing about porting Pagestream 4.1 to Amiga OS 4. I have no answer for you as I have no information of that one way or the other.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 37 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Hans-Joerg Frieden on 14-Sep-2003 22:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 31 (Eva):
You have no idea - as usual :-)
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 38 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by corpse on 14-Sep-2003 22:18 GMT
In reply to Comment 35 (MIKE):
"What about the Developer documentation, a Development kit?"

From what I gather people that matter (i.e. real developers, not fud-monkeys) have all they need to work on OS4 versions of their software ..

"This will be in the developers hands for the PS3 a year/two before it's release,"

Yes, but the *general userbase* wouldn't be made aware of it's existence.

"so that titles will be available at launch"

Just because *you* can't see it, doesn't mean it isn't there.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 39 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Adam Waldenberg on 14-Sep-2003 23:58 GMT
In reply to Comment 31 (Eva):
> Nono child I spoke not with betatesters, but with some os4 DEVELOPERS and
> everyone can tell you that at this stage Aos4 is an alpha of an hybrid 3.9
> with some ppc code that runs UNSTABLE only under Cyberstorm PPC coz he
> continues to be Hardware dependent.

Clearly you havent spoken to any OS4 developers...

> To be clear it is light years behind Mos.

It has not reached MorphOS "standards" yet.. But I wouldn't say it's lightyears away. Far from it as far as I have seen.

Now go look stupid somewhere else.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 40 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 15-Sep-2003 00:02 GMT
In reply to Comment 34 (AmigaGuy):
>Isn't a light year the same as a regular year? 365 days?

Huh? A light year is a measure of distance, a year is a measure of time. Unless you mean that a light year weighs as much as a heavy year ;-)
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 41 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 15-Sep-2003 00:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 28 (bbrv):
Finds? You think it's gonna happen by magic? I'll be happy to find out how much you're willing to spend for a license.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 42 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by AmigaGuy on 15-Sep-2003 00:17 GMT
In reply to Comment 40 (Anonymous):
>>Huh? A light year is a measure of distance, a year is a measure of time. Unless you mean that a light year weighs as much as a heavy year ;-)

Yes, it is a measure of distance and if you had read the whole post instead of hitting reply at the first thing you read, you would have seen ....well you can just read the rest of the post. :)

My point was for Eva to tell us how for along she thinks Amiga OS 4 is in TIME, because she was using light years and as you pointed out(and so did I in the rest of my post) that light years are a distance measurement. In distance Amiga OS 4 is just around the other side of the planet from me, hardly a light year :) Not even close to a light second for that matter. :)
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 43 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by AmigaGuy on 15-Sep-2003 00:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 41 (Anonymous):
Finds? = Provide means for people to break the EULA like they do for MacOS.
(not that I believe EULAs are legally binding mind you, because I don't--but let's not go there) -- a.k.a HACK the copy protection -- a.k.a. providing an unauthorized Key to enable the software to run. You know, like we all do with Windows Key codes :)

Of course the one thing I don't understand is why anyone would want to run Amiga OS 4 on a Peg since MorphOS is light years ahead of it. That one still bogles the mind.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 44 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Adam Waldenberg on 15-Sep-2003 00:42 GMT
In reply to Comment 42 (AmigaGuy):
> My point was for Eva to tell us how for along she thinks Amiga OS 4 is in
> TIME,

Oh, who cares! :).. Everything is relative you know ;)
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 45 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 15-Sep-2003 01:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 26 (Anonymous):
> MorphOS is public beta just because the owners want it to be, if Hyperion wanted OS4 to be public beta it would be.

Right, you only have to "want" it and, plop, the OS drops from the sky to your table. Pure mind control ;-) I hate to bring reality into your sunny world but AOS4 doesn't boot to a WB on PPC mainboards (that is the A1, not classic Amigas). And if Hyperion doesn't have it, I'm pretty sure that the makers of Pagestream don't have it. That puts their Pagestream selling offensive firmly into the silly category as far as cynical me is concerned: they start promoting a product that was at best tested with an OS in mid-development. Fishy. Looking for loose money, I guess.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 46 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 15-Sep-2003 01:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 36 (AmigaGuy):
>I'm saying it's quite common for software to be developed before a system is released to "Joe User". Actually I'm saying it would be RETARDED NOT to have software ready when you release a system to "Joe User

You don't get the fine disctinction between "development" and "selling", do you? There is nothing wrong with developing towards AOS4 now, before the OS is released (porting to gcc comes to mind). But you don't sell before the OS is even available. Well, I guess people haven't been burned often enough. I have a mental image of a PartyPack customer and those Club Amiga zombies (What, send 50US$ to Amiga? Great Idea! What Do I get for It? Nothing? Fine with me!)
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 47 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by hammer on 15-Sep-2003 01:57 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
It should be the other way around since MorphOS is a compatible AmigaOS clone (in regards to A/BOX's applications). Ask Grasshopper for the native MorphOS edition...
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 48 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 15-Sep-2003 02:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 43 (AmigaGuy):
>why anyone would want to run Amiga OS 4 on a Peg since MorphOS is light years ahead of it.

Hmmm, why isn't everybody using QNX instead of Windows ME?
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 49 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by AmigaGuy on 15-Sep-2003 02:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 46 (Anonymous):
>>You don't get the fine disctinction between "development" and "selling", do you?

WTF?

Dude. READ the post I responded to before you go all Ape Shit. Thanks. Neither his post nore my post have ANYTHING to do with SELLING software.

Thanks and try again.
PageStream4.1 for AmigaOS4.0 PPC : Comment 50 of 199ANN.lu
Posted by AmigaGuy on 15-Sep-2003 02:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 48 (Anonymous):
>>why anyone would want to run Amiga OS 4 on a Peg since MorphOS is light years ahead of it.

>Hmmm, why isn't everybody using QNX instead of Windows ME?

That was meant sarcastically. Some one said Amiga OS 4 is light years behind Morph OS, but BBRV said, "we will be happy when OS4 finds a home on the Pegasos". So I was just jokingly asking why someone would want an OS that is supposedly light years behind.
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