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Invaluable programs 
' ~ first time 


sginners 

f>olsI 


SSI CtaMActbii - aulo-del&te 

file types 

Cycim to Mi hi - transforms cycte gadgets 
vasl ly Improves menus 
riiww — universal cut and paste 
MCX 2.24 - the Workbench commodity 
imaifcltft iM - mw information requester 
ToolMamgar 2*1 ■ - Docks, Applcons, 
Menus and more 

IVWtai - Msc-styte program aliases 


13-qur-j '■VQj> j 


tfl iw wC teck - unobtrusive time keeping 
JCJhfCOH M- turbo boost sheil 
{Mtfcfihp 1 - recover lost files 
445 v41- new improved requesters 
D**M*n - Mac-like extension manager 
fimutvl** j - greet picture viewer 
«yi thick - new look window gadgets 
Wma < > .*c ker - practice sate hex 
Gale Deluxe - tealure-paclwd calculator 


Requires at least WB 2,04 1Mb 


January 

1996 


investigations 


We start the new 
\ year with an 
in-depth look at 
the future of the 
i ultimate machine 


• Personal Suite 

• AsimCDFS 

• Digital Universe 

• A600 accelerator 

• Magic User Interface 3 


Data Types* - Power up Multi View 








The Super XL Drive allows you to stoi 
3.SMB on a high density disk, 


3 , S SUPER XL DRIVE 


£129.95 



The XL Drive allows you to s 
I.7GMB on a high density disk. 

1.76 XL DRIVE EXTERNAL . . .£79.95 

1.76 XL DRIVE INTERNAL -£75 

1.76 XL DRIVE A4000 £75 

PCS 90S EXT. POWER DRIVE . .£49,95 


PC 381 A5QO 
PC882 A2000 , . . 
PC883 A600/1200 



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HEWLETT PACKARD 

1 GIGABYTE 3.5 SCSI , £459 

MtCROPOUS 

2 GIGABYTE 3 5 SCSI £659 

4 GIGABYTE 3.5 SCSI £1099 

9 GIGABYTE 3,5 SCSI £2199 

HITACHI 

340MB 2.5 IDE £189 

510MB 2 5 IDE £299 

910MB 2.5 IDE £599 

1 GIGABYTE 2 5 IDE £719 

OTHERS 

80MB 2-5 IDE , , , .£70 

120MB 2.5 IDE £95 


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External PCMCIA 3.S 1 * IDE hard disk 

OVERDRIVE BARE ........ £99 

OVERDRIVE 420MB £259 



2 TO 4 GIGABYTE £659 

4 TO 8 GIGABYTE £899 

2 TO 4 CARTRIDGE DL90 .£12 

4 TO B CARTRIDGE DL1 20 ...£19.95 



External IDE herd disk for the A50G 
comes complete with an internal ROM 
switcher, and upgradable to 4MG RAM 

M-TEC ATSOO BARE . .£99 

M-TEC ATSOO 420MB ' , .£259 

MEMORY REQUIRES itJ-PIH SIMMS 


Save 1.5MB on a standard floppy drive 
and 3MB when used in conjunction 
with the XL Drive t . 7 6 . 


1 23 OPTICAL ...,£479 

230MB OPTICAL .£719 

1.3 GIGABYTE OPTICAL .... .£1999 
230M8 OPTICAL DISK , , . - - ,£29.95 

1.3 GIGABYTE DISK £139.95 



SCSI case suitable for CD-ROM/HD/DA 17 
and Optical drives. 


5.25" SCSI or IDE CASE 
3.5" SCSI or IDE CASE 


£79.95 

£ 79.95 


new 


FLOPPY EXPANDER 


£10 


ZIP DRIVE 100MB SCSI £179-95 

100MB DISKETTE . £15.95 

ZIP DHIVE HEQUIHEi SQUIRREL SCSL INTfcftFA.CC 



Disk Expander can add upto to to 
your hard drive capacity and works 
with ell drives including SCSI., IDEj 
Floppies and even the RAM disk. Disk 
Expander work* on any Amiga with 
any Kickstart. 


JISK expander 


£25 


VIDEO BACKUP SC ART . , 
VIDEO BACKUP PHONO . 
UPGRADE TO VERSION 3 


£65 

£60 

£20 


SQUIRREL SCSI INTERFACE , 

AURA . , * * ♦ 

MEGALOSQUND ........ 

VIDEOMA5TER AQA 
VIDEOMASTER AGA RGB . . 

ViDEGMASTER . , , , ■ 

VI DEO MASTER RGB 

C O LOU RM ASTER r - 

PRQMIDI INTERFACE 



Backup to 520M6 onto a 4hr VHS tape. 
Version 3 has new backup modes for 
Amiga's with a 6A020 or higher CPU. 


£59.95 

£79.95 

£29-95 

£59-95 

£99-95 

£52.95 

,£89-95 

£52.95 

£19,95 



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256 * 32 SIMM 72-PIN (1MB) . . . ,£40 
SI 2 X 32 SIMM 72-PIN (2MB) £75 

1 X 32 SIMM (4MB) ... , .£139 

2 X 32 SIMM (6MB) .£279 

4 X 32 5!MM (16MB) £449 

1 X 8 SIMM 32-PIN (t MB) £30 

4 X 8 SIMM 32-PIN (4MR] £139 

1 X 4 STATIC COLUMN A3000 £25 

i X 4 DiP £25 

256 X 4 DIP . .£5 

1 X 1 DIP £5 

CIA .£12 

GARY ... .£19 

PAULA £19 

DENISE £1 9 

SUPER DENISE £25 

KEYBOARD 1C .£12 

FAT AGNUS 1MB . .119 

FAT AGNUS 2MB., . . .£29 

printer cable £6 

R5232 CABLE £6 

SCSI EXTERNAL £15 

WORKBENCH 3,1 A50Q/200Q . . . ,185 
WORKBENCH 3,1 A3OOO/4OO0 . . .£95 

ROM SHARE DEVICE £19 

2.04 ROM CHIP £25 


ird winning Power Scanner 
idudes the following features: Scan 
in 24- bit at upto 20QDP1 (all Amiga* 
not just AG A)*, Son in 2S6 greyscale* 
at Up to 400DPS {all Amigas), Thru ‘port 
for printer connection, Fully supports 
AGA chipset, Display HAM8/Z4-bit 
image* an a non- AGA Amiga (via 
[mage conversion), full editing facilities 
included. Works with 2.04 ROM or 
above, min lMB {recommend 2MB), 



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POWER SCAN 4 BiW .... .£89,95 
POWER SCAN 4 COLOUR £169.95 

OCR (BOUGHT WITH SCANNER) , . . .£20 

OCR SOFTWARE £49.95 

POWER SCAN 4 $/W ONLY . . .£20 
PC INTERFACE + COL S/W .£49,95 
PC INTERFACE + B/W S/W .£39,95 


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24-bit A 41 flatbed scanners r complete 
with software, cables and manual.* 

EPSON GT-8500 £579,95 

24-en ; inc pdwikscjMJ software 

EPSON GT-900D .£729-95 

24-HIT, INC IMAGE FX REV. 1.5 SOFTWARE 

ADPRO SOFTWARE £149.95 

AGE FX 2.0 S/W £149.95 

I WEP S DIP r E n FROM Qh€ HHHWI 




sublet N is a full 24-blt AGA flicker 
fber which automatically de-interlaces 
ail AGA screen modes and Man doubles 
non-interlaced PAL/NT5C modes to allow 
VGA monitors to display them. Supports 
VGA r S'VGA and Muitiscan monitors. 
Pixel sharp picture,, even at 1440 
horizontal resolution and has a standard 
15-pin VGA type connector. Comes with 
composite video/S-VHS outputs, 

SCAN DOUBLER II *.,,***** 


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SCSI-2 controller card for the Amiga 
2000/4000. Upgradable to 8M3 RAM 


Connect a CD-ROM, Syquest and dny 
IDE hd to your A, 2 000/3000/4000. 
Comes complete with table and &/w. 
HOM 2.04 or above. 



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•’• 60060 accelerator board for the A4000 
^jnnlrig at SOMHz and allowing uptd 
• 2BMB of user installable memory and a 
SCSMf hard disk controller. The board 
:an bo configured with either 4MB. 
SMB. 1GMB or 32 MB industry standard 
SIMMs, 

*4000 6BQ40 (0MB RAM) £699 

A400G- 6BQG0 (0MB RAM) £829 

4MB STANDARD ADD £139 

4MB GVP ADD £1S9 


A 6B06G accelerator board for the A20QO 
running at SUM Hz and allowing opto 
128MB of user Installable memory and a 
SCSI -SI hard disk -controller. 

A2000 58046 (0MB RAM) £TBA 

A20Q0 68 Q60 (0MB RAM) £TBA 

4MB STANDARD ADD ...... .£139 

4MB GVP ADD ,.£159 



Official GVP RAM SIMMs. 

4MB GVP RAM \ 

16MB GVP RAM 


.£159 




- 6 8020 EC processor accelerator card for 
■ A 500 and A500+ r with an option to fit 
a SB3B1 or 6888 2 Co-processor (PLCC or 
? SAJ. This card tan fit upto 4M8 FAST 
SAM and is fu% auto-configuring. 

not Compatible with gyp hard ori ve 

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-50Q 68020 EC 0MB RAM . . .£99.95 
4500 68020 EC 4Mg RAM ..£239.95 



Increase your Amiga 560/2600 chip RAM to 
a total of 2MB. MegaChip does this by 
using its own 2MB RAM and also now 
indudes a 2MB Fat Agnus. Mo soldering is 
required. 

MEGACHIP RAM ..... £159.95 


SCSI hard card which can fit 
RAM on-board. 

Ht-8 SCSI CARD 


Award winning Amiga Genlock. 

G-LOCK AMIGA GENLOCK . , . 
DSS-S SOUND SAMPLER ... 



£S5 


Zorro N card that provides an 
additional serial port, parallel port 
and connection for optional R542Z 
and RS232 port. Call for details 


ioEXTENDER 


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A 2 MB RAM board for the AS00 whkh fits 
in the trap door slot. 

A 500 2MB RAM .£90 

MEMORY CAROS 

5 UK RAM WITH CLOCK ....£24.95 
Si 2K, RAM WITHOUT CLOCK .£19.95 

A6C0 1MB RAM , .£39.95 

AS00+ 1 MB RAM , . . , , .£29.95 



Mac and PC emulators for the Amiga, 
EMPLANT MAC BASIC £239.95 

S*SIC MAC EMULATOR. 

EMPLANT MAC OPTION A 1 £279.95 

□ UAL SEfliAL *QftT AhU AWll Talk 

EMPLANT MAC OPTION B . .£279.95 

RI-SPEED SCSI INTEAMCL 

EMPLANT MAC DELUXE . . .£399.95 

INCLUDES OPTION A Ana B 

ES86 DX MODULE £89-95 

PC EMULATOR MODULE 



intuitive cursor control at your finger 
tips replaces the mouse or trackball 
and Tap 1 for on instant selection. 

ALPS GLIDEPOINT ...... .£59.95 



and cursor controlled graphic 
jlet, including cables and software. 


POWER TABLET 12 X 12 .£195,95 

INCl. PIN. CURSOR AND- POWEfl TA& S/W 



4CIEXV32 BIS 14.4 tout 01 aff«qyed£ 1 39 
* -LINK TRUE via ia.a ht approve d £229 .95 
■RAPFAX MODEM SOFTWARE . . ,£4@ 

ALL MODI: MS INCLUDE SOFTWARE AND CaUlES ' 



' CROVITEC 1438 14" £289 

‘ -SON STYLUS INC. PAPER £489 

:*5QN STYLUS PRO XL A2+ . .£1499 

■ *iOH 5TVLUS.'PflO XL tNClUPE STUDIO IF SOFTWASt 

: TUDIO 11 SOFTWARE ..... .£49 .95 


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CASS 0 II 2MB RAM .....£249,95 

M*UUBING TV PAI NT m H 

PICASSO M 2MB RAM .....£399.95 

NCUJDIH& TV PAINT T 

CYBERVISION 64 £329.95 

« SIT GWMIO ENGINE, INCLUDES JMR 

WfDEO DAC . £25 

it BIT Q.H APHICS ADAPTOR 

MAXIGEN 3 , £299.95 

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System news SB 

Po you itrcurt to Artow crbouf oil die /otesf 
happenings in the Amigo World r well you 
might find out here r<?ite a look go on... 

We don't bite! 


Leading lap 92 

We review Kellion Software's 3D racing 
game, to please all the fans of Microprose's 
Formula One Grand Prix 


Coala 98 

After presenting you with two Pinball games, 
we are now going to present you with o 
bumper crop of Helicopter 
games I Well tow? actually 


Pinball, mania 

If anymore Pinball games arrive on the 
Amiga t someone could open up o little 
Pinball shop? Hmm f thal'd be nice 


Team 102 

'Probably the best football game ever f 
Right, only if they set fire to every other 
football game in the world,, probably! 


Gtadei 104 

Another Doom game ! Hurrah f such 
excitement. At /east we'll ail be experts soon 


Thomas the tank engin ' 1 00 

Jfrrrgo Starr's jopery returns to grace the Amiga 
screens - only he doesn't really make on 
appearance, so I lied. Sorry 



EVI E WS 


Mui 3 

The software responsible for countless 
Amiga make-overs gets its own facelift 

Personal suite 




A one-stop-shop for typography, 
painting, writing and data storage 




A ORGANISER 



Digital quest for order in the 
dhaotrc Amiga world continues 

Digital universe 

Terrestrial bodies, the latest in 
astrological software on test 



Apollo 620 



An accelerator that can breath 
new life into a tired AGOO 


Lightwave CDs_ EZJ 



Asim cdfs 

The alE singing, all dancing CD file 
system gets an impressive upgrade 


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Laser guidance 

The search for the ultimate 
Amiga CD continues 

Health & hospital 

Tina Hackett investigates the Amiga's 
toII within the hard pressed NHS 

Look ahead 

We talk to the gurus and ask 
what awaits the Amiga in 96 





Cologne report 


42 


An exclusive report horn Europe's 
premier Amiga show 



PowerPC 

The inside story on the chip that's 
set to revolutionise the Amiga 

Undercover 

AC takes to the streets in search 
d a sales pitch that really sells 

Beginner's guide 

Hie Pi 1200 is back. Enter the beginners’ guide, 
Essentia! stuffier any Amiga newbie 






Amiga Computing 


JANUARY 1996 


















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HE COVERDISKS 


Beginners 


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A must-have collection of toots and utilities for al] 

Amiga newbies. Improve and power up every 
aspect of the Amiga's Workbench with this great 
group of programs. Each one has been nand picked, to provide you with only 

the premium selection. 

Over 20 programs and more than 4Mb of 
data squeezed onto both disks including: 

MultiCX 2.24, Swazlnfo, ToolManager 2.1a, 
MagicMenus, Cycle To Menus, PowerSnap, 
ClassAction, WBAlias, Installer and Lha. 

DiskSalv, FastView 2, KingCON, ScreenClock, 
SYSiHack, Devs Manager, Virus Checker, ASL 
^ST* v42 f Caic Deluxe and Data Type collection. 



■ 

KIegulars 


A marketing angle from Amiga 
Technologies - but only just - 




L OTTERS. 

Flaming pens and Fiery prose as the 
readers drive the point home 

Public sector _ 

The bargain basement Everything must 
go in the Dave Cosick closing down sale 




News 03 

The show season brings some surprise 
announcements from the States 


Acas 

The techie questions put to the sword 
by our ubiquitous systems guru 




MICA 


GUIDE 



Shock, horror! Yet more 
insider info on the finer 
points of formatting. 



Paul Oveiaa reveals why 
assembler is the only 
choice for Amiga coders 




The inside story on the 
ARexx talents of our old 
friend Ed 




Phil South logs-an and 
looks around for the very 
best in on-line imagery 



The mysterious Mr Nord 
explores the uncharted 
depths of copyright law 


119 






The hints and tips 
continue in PhiF South's 
Amos anthology 


123 


The hardware solution to 
the patching problem 
auditioned by Mr Gveraa 



Steve White explores the 
explosive side of 2D 
special effects 



The concluding chapter in 
Gary Whitele/s inside 
guide to typefaces 




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This month Amiga Computing puts its 
plans on the table for an all new 
Workbench, Could this be the shape of 
things to come and perhaps even the 
ultimate operating system? 


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Ou'» mque stf«j highly rated eternal Clock Cartridge will enable 
your Amiga to continually store the correct hme and date in its 
own battery backed memory, 

Simply plugs onto the Deck of the Amiga and does not invalidate 
the warranty. 

Compatible with All An itas 



Tti es$ hard drives simply push onto the side of the A5D0 or 
A5D0+ and will give ymir computer all the benefits that hand 
drives offer, the tfr-ves are supplied fcr matted, partitioned 
and have Workbench installed ter ^merlato use. 

Full instructions and software supplied, 
the hard drive aso has the facility to add 2. 4, 6 or ymb of 
RAM inside It. 





A500/+ 170 mb HARD DRIVE £189.99 
A 500/ + 425mb HARD DRIVE £229.99 

Additional RAM for the hard drive f89.H per 2ntb 





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Oitemtogy is the ultimate in disk copying power for the 
Amiga The packap comprises the DisDo^ogy Disk, 
manual and DiScdtigy cartridge for making copies of 
heavily protected programs with an extern afl disk 
drive. Discolngy wll abo format disks , cheek disks 
for errors etc. 


Now includes CD ROM drivers and instructions. 

The Dataller is a 16 bit SCSI !l controller card Shat converts the signals 
on the internal IDE interface to also run SCSI deuces at the same time 
as the IDE hard d rive, 

The Dataller SCSI+ w II operate upta 5 SCSI devices 
Such as Ct>ROMS r hard drives, SyQuest r^moveable efth 
A ves, tape back up drives- etc 

* Unlike other SCSI Interfaces, the Dataflyer SCSI+- is 

compatible with all known accelerators etc and it does 
not stop you from utilising any of the important expan- 
sion ports on year A12Q0/A6Q0. 

Th& Oateflyw 5GSI+ easily installs into the 
A120Q/A60G (simply pushes in, no need So remora 
the metal shield) arid provides a 

25 way D connector through the blanking plate at 

the back of the A12DG, 

Full instructions end software supplied- 



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SQUIRREL SCSI INTERFACE 
ALSO AVAILABLE £59.99 

PCMCIA fitting SCSI interface 



H igh speed 3.5’ Quantum SCSI hard dives with or with- 
12 out a high quality enclosure with Its own power supply. 



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Anti Virus Professional is the most powerful 
tool fex detecting and removing viruses. Anti 
Virus pro will check attfJ device hard drives, 
floppy disks and even CD ROM drives for virus 
es. Very straight forward to use r includes n full 
50 page manual. 

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42Dmb t214.»s 
540mb £239 ^ 
SSOmb £284.9? 
internal VERSIONS 
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External caws with in built 
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lmb £39.99 
2mb £77.99 
4mb £129.99 
8mb £239.99 



72 pin Simms suitable for 
Apollo accelerators, A400Q, 
A1200 memory expansions etc. 



WORKBENCH 3.1 

for A500/1 500/2 000 only £89.99 

for A120 0/3000/40 00 only £99.99 


33mhz 68882 FPU (plcc> £49.99 
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Our highly rated, (op quality feature- pocked modems are ideas for 
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ctxnms software, .Ainiga Guide to Cumms and a list of Bulletin 
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free software as v*eH as have access to F-MAIL facilities. 

■ MNP 2-4 Error Correction 
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Our riigti speed 2.5' IDE hE*rd 
doves for the Amiga A1200 
& A6O0 computers come 
comolete with fitting cable, 
screws, partitioning soft- 
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12 months guarantee. All 
drives supplied tv us are formatted, 
partitioned and have WorWi&nch [WE2 
for the A6DQ and WB3 for the A|20G) 
in5talaed for immediate use., 

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Amazing power Tor such a low 
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ONLY £167.49 OR 
WITH SQUIRREL £209.99 
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APOLLO 1220 ONLY £99.99 
APOLLO 1220 +lmb £139,9$ 
APOLLO 1220 +4ml> £229.99 



Syperb hjg|r quality, low cost 
Ctiinoo external SCSI CD ROM drive 
/ ,n a too quality fan cooled case of 
available as an internal unit 


CHtNON CDS435 
INTERNAL £79.99 
EXTERNAL £109.99 
EXTERNAL WITH 
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Amazing value auad speed external SCSI CD ROM drive 
in a top quality enclosure. 


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An Incredrdfy powe*Tu> trapdoor fitting 
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with MML}, 2 SIMM socket (72 PIN 


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battery backed ctad*. Runs at just undar 
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M Bj t r s good news for the Amiga's revival here in the 
^JF Slates - Escom/Amiga Technologies were pre- 
sent at the grant COMDEX computer show held in Us 
tfegas* Nevada in November with a small booth at the 
cornel of the Virtual f/q i-Glasses pavilion. It was a bit 
understated, unlike the rather large booths of the past 
when Commodore chose to exhibit at the show, but it 
was nice to see a presence at all 
Unfortunately there wasn't much there to dazzle the 
crowd, An A4000T with the new Q60 board was on dis- 
play, but there was no software loaded cm it Another 
A4000T displayed the capabilities of a Picasso board, 
but this was certainly nothing to write home about at a 


show where PC vendors were 

showing new S300 30 graphics cards 

that made Pentium games look like they 

were running on Silicon Graphics workstations. 

Between the units were a few A12QGS running Pinball 

Illusions. 

In one respect, the display was terribly disappointing. 
Despite the fact that Amiga hardware and OS develop- 
ment tias remained stagnant for over two years now, 
there are plenty of applications and gadgets that Amiga 
Technologies could have loaded onto the machines to 
show that the Amiga is still a force to be reckoned with, 
one that can hold its own against the newest Pentium 


by Denny Atkin 


machines for many applica- 
tions, But they missed that chance, with a bunch of 
machines showing Workbench screens and pinball 
games. 

On the other hand, this time last year Amiga owners 
thought they would never see an Amiga at COMDEX 
ever again, so it was a refreshing surprise to see the 
company making any kind of effort - however disap- 
pointingly executed - to get back into the North 
American market. 


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Utilities Unlimited have announced MAC Emulation 
Professional,, a rewritten and enhanced version of the 
Macintosh emulation software for the Emplant board. UU 
promises that the new code is smaller and faster than previ- 
ous versions, and a new interface caps it off. The original soft- 
ware will continue to be updated to incorporate bug fixes, but 
3 r d look to the Professional version for new features. 

The update costs S34.95 r which isn't unreasonable when 
you consider that UU's Jim Drew has been providing free 
updates to the Mac emulation since the Emplant board's ini- 
tial release. The update includes a new driver disk, updated 
documentation, and a replacement custom logic chip for the 
Emplant board that will allow UU to provide on-line updates 
for registered MAC Emulation Professional owners. 

Among the new features is a completely revamped user 
interface that follows the Amiga User Interface Style Guide. 
The emulation software now opens on a Public Screen 
instead of a custom one, and the program now uses ASL file 
requesters. If you're funning AmigaOS 3.0 or later, you'll even 
have access to on-line hdp. 

In the past Emplant used 256K Mac ROMs r which had the 
advantage of being inexpensive, but the disadvantage of 
being difficult to find. The Professional emulation supports all 
known 512K and 1Mb colour ROMs designed for 660x0 



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Macintoshes, including ROMs from the Mac II, IEx, Hoc Ikl llsr, 
LC, LC II, LC III, Colour Classic, and Quadra 700-930. All ROMs 
will work with caches enabled. 

A huge improvement for folks using the Mac emulation for 
professional work is support for virtual memory, If you have 
access Lo an Ethernet network you can connect your Em pi ant- 
equipped Amiga to it using a SANA ll-compliant Ethernet card. 
You can also now use Mac CD-ROMs even if your CD-ROM 
drive isn't connected to the Emplant SCSI port. 

S VI O OTHER RUNNING 

The Mac OS has-been patched so it won't constantly busy- 
loop, which should make the Amiga side run smoother during 
emulation sessions. Drew also says he's eliminated the serial 
port lockups that used to sometimes occur on the Amiga side. 
Other improvements include enhanced video driver support 
with more colours and larger screen sizes, better filertiansfor 
capabilities (you can now set filetype and creator, as well as fil- 
ter files by name) r and enhanced sound support. The new cus- 
tom logic chip serves as more than just copy protection: it 
improves bus timing, boosting performance and reliability of 
EMPLANTs VIA interrupts, serial communications, and SCSI 
operations. 

For more information, write to Utilities Unlimited 
International, 3261 Maricopa #101, Lake Havasu City, AZ 
B6406; call (520) 660-9004, or fax (520} 453-6407. You can 
also check the new official Emplant web page at 
http ://www ! mag T net-co.u k/Bsoft 


SPACE 

The Digital Universe is an astronomy pro- 
gram for the amateur or professional 
observer. It combines the advantages of 
traditional 'planetarium' programs with a 
massive hypertext multimedia encyclopae- 
dia to create an effective toot which assists 
the usef in observing and learning about 
the heavens. Fifty thousand lines of code, 
more than 7QQ pages of hypertext, and 
thousands of man-hours have gone into 
this product to make it the most complete 
program of its cfass. 

The software was created with assis- 
tance from the Canadian Space Agency, 
the National Research Council of Canada, 
NASA, JPL, NORAD, the European Space 
Agency, the Bureau des Longitudes, the 
Smithsonian Astro physic ill Observatory, 
the Russian Academy of Sciences, and sev 
eral other organisations worldwide, so it 
should be extremely thorough. For a full 
review of Digital Universe see page 64 of 
this issue and you can also access the web 
browser on http://vwvw.syz,com/ for full 
info and a demo version. 



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T he fulure of the Amiga is alive sod 
kicking if the announcements at the 
latest computer shows are anything to gD by. 
The first show on the agenda was the Video 
Toaster Expo which was held in Los Angeles 
on 2 November where the choice of the 
PowerPC for the next generation Amiga* was 
revealed. It is hoped that the first 'Power 
Amiga 1 will be available in the first quarter at 
1997 and will use the PowerPC 604 RISC 
CPU. I hey will be backwards compatible with 
current models. 

Manfred Schmitt commented [at the 
Cologne developers conference): "The choice 
of the Power PC was made for its speed, and 
also because it is actually the only RISC 
processor that is currently used in personal 
computers, which will insure us that needed 
quantities will be available at attractive prices 


EW AMIGA S HI 
COMPATIBILITY 


on a mass market/' in addition 
lo this Phase 5, a German 
turbo board manufacturer, 
independently announced that 
they will be releasing a Power 
PC board which will start with 
the M PCs Die and will run at 
IQOMHz upward$. They will 
then go on to release a profes- 
sional version - the MRCG04 
which also starts at lOQMHz. 

This will be a 64-bit local bus 
system with the option of PCI 
capabilities. Priced between 
} GOO and 2000 DM, it wifi be 
available for the At 200, A300G 
and A4GQ0. Development 
boards will also be released in January or 
February 1096 and will come with a compiler 
for Power PC code. The commercial board 
should be ready for summer 1996. The pro- 
ject is already being supported by Almathera, 
Softwood and SoftLogik. 



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r% isgruntled customers who recently bought the 
U new Amiga Magic Pack are returning some 
software back to the shops because of a compatibility 
problem. 

Computer Retail News, a trade paper tor retailers, tan 
a story which suggested that retailers had been urged to 
remain calm after Amiga Technologies admitted there 
was a problem with the new machines. Some old and 
new titles have been affected and reasons put forward 
varied from anti-piracy code' to 'illegal software prat/ 
tices' by which they mean the developers have not been 
sticking to the Commodore AmigaDQS guidelines. 
However, many games incorporate this illegal code as 


Positive news 

The Cologne show was also very positive for 
the Amiga too and the developers conference 
brought news of the Internet package, the set 
top bo*, and support for developers. 
Confidence was high, and Petro 
Tyschtsrhenko was eager to point out the sig- 
nificance of the Amiga in their plans: "'We 
want to show our commitment to the Amiga 


T BY 

PROBLEM 

part of their piracy protection. Jonathan Anderson, 
Managing Director for Amiga Technologies UK commen- 
ted: "The floppy drive is under re-evaluation tests. We 
will provide more news when we get the results i>ack," 

The newspaper also reported that- retailers were not 
happy that the £499 Amiga Pack came with software 
that wouldn't run without an extra 2Mb of RAM 
And the solution? Box stickers stating this were 
being provided- 


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platform, not as a quick money 
maker for the Christmas sea- 
son, but as one of the most 
important strategic challenges 
in the Escom group- Amiga 
shall become the best platform 
f of Multimedia, 3D software, 
graphics processing, Internet 
and many more applications." 

The Internet bundle in ques- 
tion is one that will be marke- 
ted as a complete package and 
will include modem and cables 
with the software pre-installed 
on the hard drive, Manfred 
Schmitt commented: "We will 
use the Amiga technology to 
provide very cost-effective on-line solutions. 
These can be marketed a$ set-top boxes or 
as Amiga computers equipped with the 
necessary hard - and software. 

He continued: "The actual computer mar^; 
ket is widely occupied by Intel and Microsoft 
platforms. We' think thqt this combination is 
not 'satisfying for ail uses. There is a strong 
market for the home computing below 
1QGGDM- For Internet surfing, spending 
25Q0DM for a PC is not what I would call a 
home-oriented solution. These are definitely 
market segments- where the Amiga 1 200 can 
be more competitive." 

See our Cologne show and Power PC 
features for more details. 



Amiga Computing 


JANUARY 1996 


s 


DL BACK IN BUSINESS 

V 

^ he 10 November brought good 
nevus to struggling computer dis- 
tributor SDL aod their chain of retail 
shops, Silica, Following our report last 
month that the company had applied for 
an Administration Order, just four weeks 
later they are back in business following 
a take-over by Anglo Corporation PIC 
Anglo Corporation made their interest 
knpvun as soon as Pmdi$ PIC (the hold ■ 
itig company of SDL) went up for sale, 
Anglo was founded by Stuart Tidy and 
David Gosling (a member of the Cosling 
family whose business interests include 
the National Parking Corporation) and 
has financing of £5 million including £2 

SDts financial troubles were caused by the collapse of Commodore International and not 
helped by the fact that when they tried to move into other markets, the supply of PCs ham 
companies such as IBM and Compaq were erratic. 

Gosling and Tidy will now be joint Chairmen of the company and Silica's original partners, 
Tony Deane and Mike West, have been offered the position of Directors on the Anglo 
Corporation board. Tidy commented; "Our immediate focus will be to concentrate on taking full 
advantage of the busy Christmas season. The next two months should sec the new company off 
to a good start, allowing us time early in the new year to reflect On our performance and 
prepare our future strategy accord ingly. 

Part of that strategy will be the search for new product lines to strengthen and broaden the 
Silica product portfolio- When asked whether they would still be as dedicated to the Amiga line,. 
John Arundel, Group Marketing Controller commented: "We r re very committed to the Amiga - 
that's obviously where we're very strong, it's our speciality," 

Anglo have also stated that they will be honouring all! existing customer warranties and prod- 
uct deposits that were in place before the takeover, Arundel continued: "They [Anglo 
Corporation] are very committed to the customers - they are not obliged to do this but they 
want to keep the good relationship Silica have built-up over the years." 



H The new owners ot SDL f middle} have offered the 

original partners a poiif^n on the of Pinctpr^ 

million in share capital, specifically for the takeover. 



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n rHe Amr^ Q Druse will 
retail at £229 Including VAT 


C pecif Stations for the new Amiga 
* Technologies CD-ROM drive have 
been revealed. Called the Amiga Q Drive, 
it is an external. Quad-speed, CD-ROM 
drive that connects to the Amiga 
600/1200 via the PCMCIA slot. Priced at 
£229 (including VAT) the Q Drive will be 
able to mo CD32 software with software 
emulation, play Audio CPs, and an auto- 
matic slideshow feature for viewing 
PhotoCD, It offers a transfer rate of 
600 Kbs and ATAPI/EIDE interface. The 
sound will also be mixed with Amiga 
sound output. The drive should be avail- 
able this December, so expect a full 
review soon. 


Qirtually there 



T he Virtual Reality headset, 

B called the i-gl asses, 
are now available from 
Silica. The glasses can 
be plugged into a com- 
puter or games console and the user 
will then be able to experience 3D 
video games. 

The Amiga (composite, -TV) headset q th* virtual - 

takes any PAL composite video source*^ future* But when win 
to produce a virtual SO" colour display . Wm *** *** *#nw**+? 

But now, an Upgrade Set is also available to give the composite version 
all the powers of the PC such as headtracking, which allows three degrees 
of movement in all directions. The glasses are apparently selling quite 
well with people who want to be ‘the first in there" according to Silica's 
Marketing Controller, John ArundieL He offered: "Well see big things from 
this in the future" Although there is, as yet, no Amiga software for the 
glasses to reap the full benefits, Arundel commented: "You'll get the full 
benefit with 3D games - it will all come to fruition." 


Q QUICK MENTION 

A quick mention to the Amiga International User Groups 
Association - an association which is aimed at groups or program- 
mers who produce software for the Amiga. Their committee repre- 
sents a cross-section of Amiga users including programmers, 
modem users, PD houses and users groups. Formed from a 
number of other groups, they have recently published their second 
newsletter which highlights issues such as ’rip*off CDs and 
cowboy PD houses. 

Anyone wanting to contact them can do so on 01 81 -458 1636. 


Amiga Computing 


JANUARY 1 99 6 



World aids 
Day 


A new mitiobve to use the Internet ob tr way of commit 
health promo . rrcvi to -ton estafefeAed - toe 
run up to World AID5 Day. 3y the tone you a-ud th% 
World AIDS Day will .toe been md gntie ( I 
December) but the site will remain five uni> toe 31 
January. The projed to been set up by me He&:h 
in order to convey accurate hea 1 * 
WiScges tifJOtrt HIV and AIDS and raise awareness of 
the disease Celebrities from Journo tunrfey ro Barry 
McGuigan ore endorsing !be scheme, end each slat 
to their awn version of toe Red Ribbon ftfie symba' ; r 
AiDS awareness) which can he seen in toe Cyber An 
Gallery. 

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Golden Image fieve cirvictmced the toijneft of then nev. * 
CD-ROM drive which is the first Qtf£a-speed dnve for 
Amiga 500 owners. 7o use toe dnve, an AlfaPower ■ 
ht7fd drive interface is required but hr enisling 
AffaFtower users they can buy ..toe Quad-speed dnve as 
an upgrade /or £245. 

AftemaSiveiy, a complete system i^'to hard drive and 
CO-ROM Drive is dso available from Golden Image 
Managing Director Navm i Shoh remarked; 'We have 
always supported the Amiga 500 motto-toe and this 
new CB-RQM product emphasises oar commitment to 
the thousands at users urcumd the county," 

They ' :ori be Contacted On 0131 -900 9252 


Boozenet 

Off License Victoria Wine have moved off the high 
street and onto the Internet in a bid to increase their 
pre-Christmas sales. BardaySquare.. a division of 
Barclays Bank, after a virtual shopping matt on the 
internet and Wctodo LVfne are the latest retailers to jem 
them. Retail Manager f Aou^ Homer common- 

ted tor Vrc/LVi'Li Hfae 1 Ttoe net 6 providing us with the 
opportunity to Open Our doors to consumers 2* hours 
o day, rt«E hout the need tor purchasing . n eiv premises 
■nr emptoyir^ additional staff . ' 

Shoppers vttll be offered a selection of wines anc. 
spirits and can choose w\nes from the recommended 
list or custom mote up toeir own coses They con then 
make a purchase with credit card and have if delivered 
free to anywtoere in the UK 

Batdays is toe fast franfc in the United Kingdom to 
offer such a service ana promise that all uansacticm 
am subject to stringent security measures. 

Victoria Wine con be found ct: 
to^^ytoww rtf net/8ciftfty$quafe/ 

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Qanon fodder 

Following on from the successful Canon BJC-60De 
printer is their latest launch, the 6JC-6 1 □. Aimed at 
SOHO users, it otters 720*720dpi resolution colour 
quality and by keeping their system of four separate 
print/colour cartridges, running costs will be kept to a 
minimum. It will print on a wide range of media and 
promises high resolution, whether on plain or glossy. 
Fast drying inks will also ensure that colours won't blur 
■even with complex images, it's Automatic Sheet Feeder 
will hold tOO pages and when manually fed, the printer 
can produce double-sided documents- 

Product Analyst, Julian Rutland commented: 'We've 
designed BJC-610 with the users of dedicated colour 
printers in mind, and are confident that it offers the 
lowest running costs on the market." He continued: 
"The BJC-61Q will be invaluable in the small office 
where the quality of proposals, reports, presentations 
and pre press work is paramount ' 

The printer hos an RRP of £449 + VA L 


LEVER TRIX 

it miTrix Development have announced the release of Amiga-Link, a net 
H working system which comes bundled with the new version of Envoy, 
the networking software that was developed by Commodore's Amiga 
Networking Group. The system otters the possibility of 'peer to peer 
networking' with file and printer sharing, and 20 machines can be hnked 
together using RGSB coax with BMC connectors connected to a specif floppy 

drive port connector 

It also has a DMA transfer rate of 450000 bps from network to memoiy, 
so avoids the heavy CPU contention of slip/parnet. Envoy 2.0 has new Fea- 
tures such as support of AmigaOS 2.04 DOS packet types, support for rernw- 
able media, enhanced reliability and robust recovery, localisation and 
AmigaGuide documentation. AmiTrix can be cejn^cted by c rr di 
salesgamitrixcom 


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Interact 

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O he industry show, Interact 95, is 
ready and set to go at the Hilton 
Cavalieri in Rome on the 1‘t of 
December, Organised by E1SPA and 
IDG Media, with support from French 
trade body SElL and German VUD, the 
conference includes many aspects of 
the interactive leisure industry and will 
offer the opportunity to debate how 
the industry should tackle the huge 
problem of piracy. 


Qatu rd ay nicht fever 


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ottery fever sweeps the nation again and Anthea 
Turner's face beams out from the screen, as the many 

hopefuls hold their breath- it could be you. 

Pro-soft, amongst many, picked up on this with their success- 
ful lottery program and new for next year is Pro- Lottery %, 
Keeping the key features of the original, it also incorporates 
some of the improvements suggested by users of. the original 
such as an enhanced perm generator which covers 46 d the 49 
possible numbers. This is one of three new programs from Pro- 


Soft for Amiga gamblers. The first to be released is Pro-Football, 
a prediction generator for both the UK and Australian(7) football 
league^. To foliow * Pro-Greyhounds which is* as you'd gu«s, a 
prediction system for greyhound racing. 

Free Demos are available to anyone interested. Send an 
SAE and two blank disks to: Pro-Soft, 10 Lovell Park Heights, 
Ineds LS7 1DP, By mentioning Amiga Computing you can 
also receive three €5 vouchers to go towards purchasing the full 
versions. 


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B ptonical 
illusion 

ultimedla Amiga compai 
Optonica, are currently giving i 
machine's corporate ambitions a r< 
boost by supplying huge video walls ; 
ven by Amigas to football stadiui 
throughout the country. They ha 
already installed the system 
Wolverhampton FC with a 35ft corner 
comer screen size, It has attracted inti 
est from other clubs too and Optoni 
are now developing a similar system 
West Ham, 

Their future plans include install' 
the project for Aston Villa, but they i 
the real jewel in the crown as the 4 J 
screen planned for Glasgow Rangers f 
"We consider ourselves to be a profi 
sional organisation developing produ 
for the Amiga in exactly the sort of m. 
kets Amiga Technologies are talk" 
about" remarked Lee Gibson, Managn 
Director of Optonica, 


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Extracting 

C OVER DISK FILES 


To extract the programs off the second 
disk you must moke sure you ha ve boot- 
ed your computer with the first cover 
disk, otherwise your Amiga wifi not be 
able to find the cdn staller program , and 
frustration will soon set in, Hard drive 
users should double dick on the SetUp- 
HD icon before extracting any pf the fifes. 

To extract any single archive, simply 
dauble-dick its icon and follow the on- 
screen instructions. If you wont to quickly 
extract the program to RAM , select the 
NOVICE tevel on the welcome screen and 
press proceed once on the current screen , 
and then again on the next The program 
can then be found in your RAM disk 

You also have the option of using a 
floppy disk . If you pick this option, make 
sure you have- a blank formatted disk at 
the ready, and if you only have one drive 
get ready for lots of disk swapping and a 
long wait 


ToolManager 
2.1 A 


Author: Stefan Becker 

Workbench: 2,04 

ToolManager rs an amaungfy helpful program, 
adding many useful functions and extensions 
to the Workbenchp The prime use of 
ToolManager is to allow you to have easier 
access to your most useful programs and tools 
you have. 

Once you have extracted the program off 
the cover disk there is a pre-written install 
script which will copy the necessary programs 
and libraries over onto your Workbench disk. 
Hard drive users will have no problem with 
this, but floppy users need to make sure they 
boot up their computer with a copy of their 
Workbench disk - otherwise they will need to 
install it by hand, 

You have the option of trying nut a supplied 
demn configuration which will give you a 
rough idea of what ToolManager is capable of. 
By dropping a program's icon in to the prefer- 
ence program s window, you are able to give it 
a numbef of very useful extras. 

When you drop a program into 
ToolManager the program will ask you how it 
should handle that program. 

The ToolManager preferences are split into 
a number of sections - exec, sound, image, 
koOf menu, dock, and access. The exec sound 
and image parts allow you to add those types 
to the program, so the exec section is where 
you add your programs. The sound and image 
sections allow you to add sound samples, 
icon, graphics files and animation files. 

The sound and image sections are available 
because it is pos$ib!e to add sounds and 
images to certain parts of Tool Manger. 
Therefore, when a program is run a 
corresponding sound can be generated. 

All these sections allow you to 'drag and 
drop' objects into them, so to add an icon 
image to the image section just drag the 
image you want over to the preference 



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window and ‘drop’ into the window. This then 
adds a new entry to the list view. To alter any 
□f that objects settings you just have to dou- 
ble-dick on that entry and a new window will 
open with all the adjustable settings that are 
available, 

When you drop a new program into the 
exec section, ToolManager will ask whether 
you want just the program adding to the exec 
list or whether it should also add the pro- 
gram's icon to the image list as well as giving 
it a menu entry and also an icon to the 
Workbench. 

A menu entry will make the program's 
name appear rn the Workbench Tool menu, 
which allows you to run the program by 
selecting it horn there. Similarly, an icon entry 
creates an icon on the Workbench, and by 
double-cMing pn this icon or dropping a file 
into the icon the program can be run, 

A very useful part of ToolManager is the 
docks function. This allows you to have a 
selection of programs represented by a list of 
buttons on the workbench, This list can be 
made to appear anywhere, can appear or dis- 
appear, and can be viewed either as icons ot 


as text. Once you have a number of programs 
in the exec list you can create a new dock. If 
you go to the duck section and click on 'new' a 
window appears that allows you to adjust 
the new dock. From here you can change 
where it will appear, how it wifi look, and 
you can add what is known as a hotkey, A 
hotkey is a combination of key presses 
which will (hen automatically make the dock 
appear or disappear, For instance, rf you want- 
ed a Tqols dock, type ait £, and you can 
now cafl up the dock by pressing the alt and t 
key - easy. 

To add programs to the dock you need to 
press the 'Edit Tool Lisf, click on 'new/ in this 
window click on the choose exec button, and 
then choose the new program to add to that 
dodc This is a bit round the houses perhaps, 
but it works. From here it is abo possible to 
choose images and sound to gu along with 
that program button. 

You are best experimenting with all the set- 
tings and using the test button to see what 
effect they have, as there are so many options 
and the instructions do not explain things too 
well. 






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ClassAction 


Author Gismi Salim 

Workbench: 2.04 


Computers are really thick. I mean really really thick - even 
thicker than the toffee we have to pot up with from 
our drinks machine and for which we have had several 
interested construction firm 5 seriously considering it as a 
replacement for cement. 

When you give your computer a data fife, unless it has a 
icon supplied with it, and if you do not have the program 
that generated that icon, when you just double-click on it 
you wilf only get an error message. Whit you need is some 
thing that will work out what the data file is and which pro- 
gram it should be passed to, and this is what ClassAction 
does. 

As with ToolManager r an installer is available to make 
installation as simple as possible. Once installed you will 
have to use the preference program to set up the various 
options for your machine. 

The preference program has two main sections. One to 
add new file types and the other to pick how a file type is 
used, The way Class action recognises a file type is that most 
file formats have an identifying string somewhere in the file 


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of preset fit* formats for you to be getting on with 

that specifies what file it is. So an IFF file always starts with 
the word 'FORM', and if it is a picture file it also has 'ILBM 1 a 
set distance further along. 

Normally, to find out what this special string is you would 
have to carefully examine the file with a hex editor, but 
ClassAction has an auto -detect feature built in that can 
automatically work out how to identify a file type. 

Once a file type is defined you can then tell Class Action 
which program to pass the file to. This is all done through 
file requesters and is not very difficult. There are also a good 
number of examples already set-up, so you can get an idea 
of how Class Action works, if all else fails you could always 
read the instructions! 


Faulty disks 


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Cycle to Menu 


Author Federico Giannid 

Workbench: 2.04 



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Author: Dave Haynie 

Workbench: 2,04 



Magic Menus 


Author: Martin Korn darter 

Workbench: 2.04 


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your drive „ you con select 
which ilie$ you Wont rescuing, 
and where they shouid go 


One of the most annoying things that can happen when using a computer is when you lose 
fs'Ork due to a disk becoming corrupt. There are usually two main reasons for this happening. 
Firstly, it could simply be the disk becoming damaged, or more annoyingly the computer 
crashes- when you are saving something to disk. 

If either of the above two happen the Amiga's file structure becomes damaged and the □ per- 
ming system will not let you write to the disk until the file system has been properly repaired. 
Strangely, the Workbench does not come with any sort of repair utility, which means someone 
using a hard drive that becomes damaged would be unable to fix a problem, 

DiskSafv is one of the best file recovery programs available for the Amiga.. The version on the 
cover disk is a shareware product so if you decide to keep it you should send a payment to the 
author. There is, however, a new and improved version that i$ a commercial product so if you 
feel you really need a disk salvage program., it is well worth considering. 

DiskSafv is perhaps best stored on a separate floppy, so if anything horrible happens to your 
-ard drive it will always be ready at hand. There are a number of modes that DiskSalv works in r 
and which one you use depends On the problem. The undelete and salvage modes allow you to 
recover deleted and damaged files. If you accidentally format a disk the unformat mode is the 
:>.ne you need, while the validate and repair functions are there to try and save damaged disks, 
which usually are unvalidated or have check sum errors. 


U The opify named Magic Menus 
wilt transform your old ogfy binck 
and white menus £*_ 


Another program I reckon almost every 
Amiga user has is Cycle to Menu. This 
smallish program improves the way the 
Amiga's cycle gadget works, and a prime 
example is in the Time preferences. The 
cycle gadget here is used to flick between 
the various months in a year, If you need to 
flick through six months it is a Me tedious 
WouW it not be far easier if you could just 
jump straight to the month you want? 

Well that is exactly what Cycle to Menu 
allows you to do by converting all the cyde 
gadgets to pop-up lists. So after running \l 
if you now click on the month cycle gadget 
instead of just going to the next month as 
normal, a window with all the months 
appears under the mouse pointer, allowing 
you to easily select the month you want. 

It is stilt possible to skip a single entry by 
clicking on the first part of a cycle gadget 
similarly to skip back a single entry, press 
shift and then click on the cycle gadget 
An installer fs provided, in the language 
□f your choice, and if you do-uble-click on 
the program after running, it a preference 
window appears allowing you to choose 
how the cycle menus look. 


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Magic Menu is probably found on almost every Amiga 
user's Workbench, It transforms the plain looking drop 
down menus into a far sexier 3D pop-up affair. 

The only installation you have to do is drop the pro- 
gram into your WBStartup drawer. If you then double- click 
on ft twice you will be able to configure the look of your 


new menus through the easy-to-use interface. 

There can be problems now again with Magic Menus, 
particularly when they are being used on a screen with 
strange colours, because Magic Menu cannot get the cor- 
rect colours it uses bom those that are art: hand. This can 
lead to black text being used over a black background., 


making it impossible to read any of the menus. This 
occurs a lot when Multiview displays a picture on its own 
screen, because similar colours can be grouped together. 
To get rid of this effect, open up the menu and hit the Ctrl 
key on the far left of the keyboard. This reverts the menus 
back to their original colours, so you can read them. 


Amiga Computing 


JANUARY I 9 96 









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Fast View 2 


Author: John Hendriks 

Workbench 2.04 


MulWiew is a very good program but some- 
times you need something that is a little more 
straightforward to use. Fast View is currently 
the best all round picture viewer as it is both 
very fast and supports a good number of 
picture formal. 

You need to install FastView as there are a 
number of support files that have to go in the 
right place. Once this has been done you only 
have to doubleclick on its icon and then 
using the requester select the picture file or 
files you want to view. 

Fast View has a good number of extra 
options, but these are only available through- 
out the Amiga's Shell and yon need to read 
the documentation on how to use them 
properly. 



This is another improved 
Workbench-type program replacing 
the standard icon information; 
requester. To be honest this is fairly 
useless, offering only the minimal 
amount of functionality, so this 
drop in replacement gives you a 
large number of improvements. 
Firstly, you can now copy icons 
and tools type by dropping the 
new icon into the respective part of 
Swaz Info's window,. It also adds a 
large number of new features, let- 
ting you easily adjust icon and 
program settings - otherwise 
you would need to use a 
separate program, or the shell to 
do this. 



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ASL v42 


Author Martin Grow ski 

Workbench: 2-04 


Yet another replacement for one of 
Workbench's standard functions. This new 
version of the ASL library gives you more con- 
trol over how the standard requester appear. 

If you do not know, most of the requesters 
that pop up quite frequently are all produced 
by a single library, called the ASL library. This 
allows programmers to easily get choices 
from the user. The main requesters used are 
the normal information windows that usually 
have one or two buttons in the bottom strip, 
file requesters that you will use quite a lot r 
and then there are the screen and fonts 
requesters. 

The new version allows you to choose how 
and where these new libraries should appear, 
saying what part of the screen they should 
appear in and how big they should be This 
makes using requesters more consistent, so 
each time you ask for a requester it will 
always appear were you expect it- 


ScreenClock 


Author Thomas Igratki 

Workbench; 2.04 


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i 1 l&oA it is a clack, ii tefts the time, 
who! mare do jm v wont to know? 


If you are not too careful you can waste 
you entire fife just beavering away on you 
computer, but how can you to tell when 
you can put down your tools and head off 
for lunch. 

Screen Clock gives you a nice discreet 
clock lurking in the top right-hand side of 
your Amiga's screen. 

It will even jump to a new screen when 
you change screens, so you never lose 
track of the time. 


PowerSnap 


Author Nico Francois 

Workbench: 2-04 




K - Cut and paste any text 
anywhere, fuft hM dawn 
the left a it key and select 
with tfm mouse 


Universal cut and paste has been available to all Mac users 
for a very long time, and PowerSnap is the closest Amiga 
users are going to get. It simply allows you tn select an area 
of text displayed on any screen and then copy and paste that 


text in to another program. This may not sound too earth 
shattering, but in conjunction with Multi DCs new edit func- 
tion you can easily cut file names, Web site addresses and 
paste them into which ever text requester you like. 


MultiCX 2.24 


Author: Martin Bernede 

Workbench; 2.04 

Good tilings do come in small packages 
and MultiCX proves it to - a tiny utility tha: 
manages to pack loads of invaluable 
features into a tiny program. 

Window and screen manipulation, mouse 
acceleration, screen blanking, no drive 
click, new look menus and sliders, 
alert patch, assign wedge and new 'edit an? 
just a few of the many function MultiCX 
does. 

just drop the icon in your WBStartup 
drawer and read the document to get the 
low down on what every function does. All 
the functions of MultiCX have to be adjust- . 
ed via the icon's tool sty pes which you get 
to by clicking once on the MultiCX icon and 
then pressing the right Amiga key and L 


WB Alias 


Author; Frank IVurkner 

workbench: 2.04 


Macintoshes have had the ability tn make 
what are known as aliases for a while now, 
and this program provides the Amiga with 
the same function. When you first run 
WBAfias, a file requester will appear asking 
you where the alias should initially be 
stored. 

Once you have picked a location a menu 
item in the tools menu is created. If you 
now want to make an alias, just select the 
program or drawer icon and then 'Make 
Alias' from the tools menu. 

You can now put the new alias icon 
where you like, snapshot it, rename it or 
even run it The only restriction is that you 
cannot put an alias into RAM due to the 
way the link to the original program is 
made. To quit WBAlias just select its menu 
item without an icon selection. 


Amiga Computing 


JANUARY 199 6 












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KingCON vl.3 


Author: David larssan 

Workbench; Z.Q4 

Nothing is perfect, so KingCON is another improvement to AmigaDQS. This time it adds a lot of 
extra functionality to what is known as the Amiga's shell. Initially 1 doubt you will use this too 
much, but when you do, KingCON makes it a lot easier to use, The ability to scroll back through 
past commands, and to add file names by pressing the tab key really simplifies your life. 

A standard installer script is provided and you must use this to install KingCON as it makes 
some important lines to your user-startup sequence. Once installed you may not notice the dif- 
ference, but if you read the instructions you will find out about alt the benefits of KingCON- 



Wh/gTcpt fAfs blood window, throbs the mighty pawvr of KtagCQN 


Virus Checker 
v7»1 6 


Author John Veldthuis 

Workbench; 2.04 


One thing that can cause havoc on your 
machine is a computer virus. Written by very 
strange people r these nasty things can cause 
all kinds of mischief, normally resulting in 
you losing data. To protect yourself properly 
you need a good up-to-date virus checker, 
and the strangely similarly named Virus 
Checker is just what you need. To install it 
there is a supplied installer program which 
will copy across all the necessary extra files. 
You should have Virus Checker in youi 
WBStartup drawer so it is running each time 
you start Workbench. 


SYSiH ack 


Author Mr BGOPS1 

Workbench: 2.04 


Not a program that turns your computer 
into a giriy blouse but one that changes 
the look of Workbench's gadgets far the 
better. Instead of having the dreary look- 
ing plain dose and resile window gad- 
gets you get some snaiiy 3D look ones. 

To make the change you need to open a 
Shell, found in the System drawer, and 
type Ed Startup -Sequence. Then you 
need to add the following line just 
after the Setpatch command: C:5ysiHack 
13 IB IB IS 1844 3DLOGK. If you now 
save the file and restart the machine 
you will have lovely new looking system 
gadgets. 


evs Manager 


Author: Eric Sauvageau 

Workbench: 2.04 

If you are a beginner this utility may not be of immediate use but as time goes on you will find 
use for it, Devs Manager allows you to simply swap certain Workbench extensions between the 
Devs drawer where they are active^ and the storage drawer where they are made inactive. 

This allows you to enable or disable the various extension in the Devs drawer - DOS divers, 
Printer drivers, key board maps, Monitor drivers and Data Types. It also allows you to store pro- 
grams from the W&Startup drawer, therefore allowing you to easily disable startup programs. The 
program needs no installation and only consists of a couple of buttons and list views, so is very 
simple to use. 



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Data Types 


Workbench: 3.0 


A new part of Workbench, introduced in ver- 
sion three. Data Types allow any program that 
supports them to recognise and load any 
Data Type that you have installed on your 
machine. When you first get your new Amiga 
you only have the basic IFF formats, which do 
however cover samples, pictures, animations 
and text. As the rest of the world uses many 
different file formats, it is handy to have a few 1 
others at hand. 

Gather together the most common Data 
Types which includes GIF, Jpeg r TIFF, WAVE, « 
VOC and Font ones. All have installer scripts 
for simple installation, and once installed- 
allow programs such as Multi view to handle 
all these new file formats. 



1 1 We give you the most essential Qatn Types, 
far both sample nod piston? fife* 


Shareware 


of trie programs on trie two cover 
disks ore what ore commonly known os 
Shareware Such well mitten programs 
take many hours to write and a tat of 
hard work and dedication on trie part of 
the programmer , IVften o program is 
called shareware it means the program- 
mer has generously of /owed you to try 
opt their program , a tot of trie time with 
no restrictions, and if you then deride you 
tike it you are obliged to send the author 
the shareware fee. 

Normally this is no more than ten 
pounds and in return the author will 
usually keep you supplied with the latest 
version of that program, along with their 
undying grattdude of course. 


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work - but they are top specific to use in 
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covering something like 100 great photos 
of super cars' then this CD-ROM would be 
of excellent use. You could, for instance, 


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use. 

Phase 2 is one of the best 
complete packages I have 
seen for a long time - it's 
the most user-friendly and 
efficient image/font package 
on the market 


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use them as a desktop 
picture but that's about as 
useful as they get. 

It may have been rncure 
useful if some documents 
lion on the cars was includ 
ed because at least you'd be 
getting a pseudo-ency-' 
clopaedia for your money, 
and you'd actually learn 
something. However, even for £4,99, which | 
seems relatively cheap* TOO car photos to 
look at surely is a bit steep. 

One thing's for sure though. You'll have I 
to be very careful - once you see the 
pictures, you'll be itching to nip down to 
your local showroom to see what they - 
have on offer. It may turn out to be quite 
an expensive purchase, 


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CI-FI SENSATION 


Okay, who is the person with the word 
processor that keeps putting sensation at 
the end of all these CD titles? A! least you 
are not left with too much doubt as to what 
?s on the CD, 

SO-FJ Sensation is a double CD, so you 
are getting a lot of data for your money. 
Before trying to dick on any of the icons 
you should run the kon named click-me. 
This sets up a number of assigns and 
makes sure all the files and programs work 
correctly. 

A big chunk of fie first CD - two thirds of 
* - ts taken up with various pictures, anima- 
tions, samples, and music taken from a 
number of the mote famous Sci-fi films and 
ieiies, such as Aliens, Blade Runner, Dr 
Who. Babylon 5, Terminator 2 end, of 
course an absolute too of Star Trek stuff. 

1 . the picture quality ranges 
anyw he re hum good to very poor. 

Warn ‘ The included animations on the 
first cfesc are FUs, which are only ever S-biL 
n\j* 1 * them of use for ACA owners only. 
Their do however, play back fairly quickly on 
± -■ Al 200 ., I was quite interested to see 

that a guod number of the flicks are taken 
fepn Kent PC games, like BioForge and Full 
bottle It is just a shame the actual games 
ni not be appearing on the Amiga. 

Strangely, but still managing to slip into 
she Sci-fi category, are the Collection of 
Klondike cards,, but luckily none are com- 
pressed so they can be easily used straight 
itt the CD. 

Other things to be found on the CD 
indude 3D objects for various raytracing 


packages like 3D Studio, Imagine - which 
has the most objects - Lightwave and 
Rea 1 3D. A targe -selection of fairly good sam- 
ples, again from many Sci-fi films and series, 
are organised into their own directories, 
with such classics as “Open the pod bay 
doons HAL" and '111 be back" dotted about 

[here is also a selection of Sci-fi games 
on hand for you to have a good play with. If 
you are an AG A owner, many of them will 
not run straight off the CD so you will need 
to degrade your machine. 

Probably of more interest for actual Sci-fi 
fans is the collection of documents and 
Amiga Guides ot various Sci-fi programs and 
UFO-type subjects. Dr Who and Star Trek get 
there usual fanatical coverage, a long with a 
good X’Files section, letting you get all the 
details and plot twists of the series. 

The second CD consists entirely of anima- 
tions, the main three formats being the 
Amiga standard IFF Anim5, Mpeg, and a 
large number of Fli s. There are also a num- 
ber of AVI animations which is the standard 
Window film format, but there is no sup- 
plied player. Therefore, the only way you will 
get to see these is if you have a version of 
TAffavi knocking about 

Even though the CD has decent 
Workbench organisation, most of the pic- 
tures and animations are played by selecting 
them with PD viewers, and the main two 
used are Viewlek and Flick. 

Generally, I think the novelty of this CD 
will wear out fairly fast. It does have a wider 
appeal to more than just Sci-fi fans, as any- 
one will be able to enjoy the animations, 



n AjPiirt from- St^r Frtlf, 
St&r IV.ira hits !o be t it 

the finest science fiction 
filrtld ever. TTlJfA CD 

cenlarns, dfocumentaO'erT r 

picturaO And svrmptcs of 
most others tee 


pictures and samples. These are generally of 
a good quality, but once you have seen all 
the animations and pictures and then 
shown them to your mate/s., I don't think 
you will be coming back to this CD too 
often. 


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HE COLOUR 


LIBRARY VOLUME 


1 



The Colour Library features all the latest graphical PD 
from all around the world,, and contains images and cli- 
part tor use with publishing and artwork. Despite the 
mpressions the title may give, if is solely an image/di- 
part CD-ROM, and has absolutely nothing to do with 
colour palettes or anything suchlike. 

There are Over t r 7O0 clipart and colour images you 
can import directly from the CD-ROM without the has- 
sle of taking space on your hard drive. There are three 
applications included to view the artwork and images, 
SO there J 5 no need to buy or run a memory-consuming 
package just to see the formats. 

The PCX datatype is included for you to slide into 


your Devs drawer so the pictures can be viewed, or you 
can simply load Fast View which is a simple interface 
designed to load and view various files. They will 
appear in a matter of seconds and a wide range of 
directories can be obtained. 

The actual images contained aren't of the same qual- 
ity as Phase 2, as they are mostly rn a low resolution. 
However, they are still well presented, containing a 
thumbnails file so you can view all the pictures in a 
particular directory. 

The CD, on the whole, is well documented and 



O As you can sao frum Ifw* HT*pg», man y of (Item aren't 
futi scrocn, s 4 Ctmjr Tire host Ufitid for publish PHff and 
ctd'part. They don't boast f r&mendous quality nilhcr 


includes a wide range of information and instructions 
for the CD itself as welt as the applications included. 
The subjects for the images and clipart are fairly basic 
and not too specific, covering Animals, Maps, Dogs, 
Men, Women, Planes and more. 

In all, there's around 600Mb of clipart and images * 
and if you are looking for a cheap image CD packed full 
of reasonable artwork with a wide range of categories 
and extra features, then for £9.99 the Colour Library is 
good value for money. 


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Product: 

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Supplier: 

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Price: 

£9.99 

Phone: 

01702 466933 

Scores 

Ease of use 

80% 

Implementation 

80% 

Value For Money 

70% 

Overall 

70% 


Amiga Computing 


JANUARY 1996 












OUND UP 




SD COMPENDIUM DELUXE VOLUME 3 



17 Bit Software are one of the best PD com- 
panies around, boasting a tremendous col- 
lection of PD and Shareware, and as soon as 
multimedia on the CD-ROM emerged it was 
inevitable that PD companies would relish in 
the fact they could store thousands of prod- 
ucts from their own catalogue on CD and 
release it at a very cheap price. This is exactly 
what 17 Bit have been doing - and to great 
effect, 

As usual, there is a good 600Mb of appli- 
cations, utilities, games, modules, demos 
and more. These compilations are ten-a- 
penny at the moment because anybody with 
a half decent library can set one up. So far, 
there is no doubt that the Aminet series is 
leading the way - with constant updates and 
all the latest software, they are very tough 
competition. 4 

Most of the Software is either archived by 
lha or DM 5, and a simple double-click will 
unpack it to your hard drive or floppy disk. 
Unlike many other CD-ROMs, it does contain 
some ready-to-run graphic/music demos - 
this makes a nice change as you escape the 



archive process - and the demos are of a 
good quality both graphically and sonicaily. 

There's the usual AmigaGuide database so 
you can easily search the software/demo you 
are looking for. However, rf you're just brows- 
ing and looking for something interesting, 
then you may find it a little more awkward. 
This guide r however is lacking seriously in 
information. Although the actual CD is well 
documented, the information on the products 
is fairly non-existent until you r ve de-archived it. 

Before you buy any of these compilations, 
it's usually a great help to have an idea of 
what you actually want If you are looking for 
some decent clipart images then a 
compendium isn't really the best idea, 
because the images won't be of the variety 
and quality of specialist clipart CD-ROMs. 
These com pend i urns would be more useful if 
you want to explore the Amiga and find dif- 
ferent applications to use, or you want to 
watch some demos manipulate your Amiga. 

if you are looking for something specific in 
the PD market then the Aminet series is 
undoubtedly the best. As a big lucky dip of 


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various kinds of animations, clipart, demos* 
games, source code documents and tats of 
sexist jokes, the compendium is a very wor- 
thy purchase and excellent value for money 



IC SCHWARTZ ARCHIVE 





This CD was created by the man himself, Eric 
Schwarts, and contains all of Eric's previously 
released animations and artwork, He began 
using an A50G designing small animations on 
Deluxe paint, and then continued to upgrade 
his system, eventually using an A4GG0 to 
design artwork in higher resolutions for out- 
standing quality. With his 4QOO, be is now at 
ease with packages such as Imagine and 
Lightwave. Erie is not the only artist with work 
on this CD as his colleagues from former pro- 
jects have included work too, particularly Les 
Dietz and Mark Stanley. 

This CD is such a dream to use because 
just clicking an the icons wifi change the pat- 
tern, resolution, colours and screen for use 
with the animations you want to see, depend- 
ing on your set-up - tanging from 05 1.3 to 
3.0. 

The CD contains various animations and 
pictures of the well known Rachel Racoon 
whom I've seen many times, although then \ 
had no idea where it came from, or even who 
it came from. 

The Eric Schwartz archive comes with the 
standard AmrgaGuide documentation, as well 
as being split into directories which are dearly 


labelled and neatly organised. This always 
seems to be a big problem with these CDs as 
you can fit a tat of artwork onto each CD but 
there tends to be too little time In write a 
time-consuming Amiga Guide. However,, this 
CD contains all of this and finishes it off very 
professionally. 

If you like to see the more creative side of 
the Amiga, or you're just a big fan of Eric him- 
self, then this CD cannot be missed. It con- 
tains high quality images, such as Rachel 
Racoon, as well as same superb animations 
which are aFF ready to run directly from the 
CD. 

It alf adds up to being one of the finest and 
creative CDs compafed and shows the Amiga's 
capabilities, while still managing to please the 
public eye. it'll take you a while to sift through 
the objects, animations and artwork, so it is 
extremely good value for money, and 
shouldn't be missed by any Amiga art fan. 



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~j hink of a typical doctor's surgery - 
| boring health leaflets lie dog-eared 
on the shelves with all the appeal 
-of soggy lettuce, and outdated 
Hello magazines are the only other form of 
entertainment while you wait for your turn, 
that is unless your surgery is one of the thou- 
sand that is leaping into this century by provid- 
ing patients with an informative multimedia 
presentation which gives you the latest health 
promotion messages and information about 
the surgery. It's the way forward - and you may 
be surprised to leam that the computer behind 
it all is the Amiga. 

The brainchild of a Leamington Spa-based 
company, they have called their enterprise 'The 
Health Channel', an appropriate enough name 
for a project which arms to bring information to 
the public, an aspect which was outlined in the 
Patients Charter. An in-house development 
team master the whole project on the Amiga, 
transfer it to video, then sell the complete 
package to a doctor's surgery or hospital, 
Where the client needs something they can 
edit, they can then buy an Amiga as well which 
enables them to write over the script and 
impart vital information immediately, 



Tailor made 

Divided into three sections, the video is updat- 
ed bi-monthly and is tailored to each individual 
surgery. The first eight minutes provide infor- 
mation on the actual surgery such as doctors' 
names and who the staff are- There are then 
health promotion messages which last 26 min- 
utes, and a final 1 0 minutes which is specific to 
each Health Authority. Health promotion ties in 
with the latest events on the health calendar 
such as World AIDS Day or National Autism 
Week, and they also give more general advice 
about heart disease and accident prevention. 

One of the first to be persuaded to try out 
the project was Warwickshire Health Authority 
and others were quick to see the benefits. The 
system proved invaluable in Coventry recently 
when there was an outbreak of meningitis. A 
video explaining symptoms and the course of 
action to take was sent to the all surgeries in 
Coventry within 24 hours, providing the public 
with life-saving information, 

And in hospitals it has been very useful too 


The Amiga is often dismissed in the corporate sector 
by those who shun it in favour of the PC and Mac. 
Tina Hackett continues this series, taking a look at 


how the Amiga has found its niche as a serious 
business contender 




m 


HE INTERNET 


The Health Channel are already baking for opportunities to expand the 
project, and one channel they ore working an js the internet. Maisey 
reworked: "It's the obvious connection to go onto the Internet. The Health 
Education Board for Scotland wanted to put their information on the Wet 
and we hope to persuade other Authorities to do the same. 

By setting up their own home page, they hope they will be able to 
offer each Health Authority the service of creating their Web page and 

putting it as a fink from this main source. 

They suggest tool each Authority puts on information such as press 
releases, job vacancies, and news of their latest activities. One potentially 
revolutionary idea is that practitioners could use rl os on up-to-date refer- 
ence manual, for example a doctor could easily access the waiting limes 
for a particular operation or find out which specialists work where, and so 


on. 


When asked whether they will stick to the Amiga for this project, 
Maisey remarked: “Weil, we'll probably have to use a PC, toe (jropfucs 
will still be created on toe Amigo!" 

The Health Channel are at: http://www.ibmpcug.co. ah/- healthch/ 


by allowing staff to easily type in information in 
their Accident and Emergency Department 
Nurs« able to type in messages such as 
why there may be a delay or how long the 
waiting times is, One hospital, the Whipps 
Cross day surgery unit, has gone a step further 
by using the monitors to manage patient flow 
and actually tell the patients when to move 
into the correct departments, 

The North Staffordshire NHS Trust are using 
the service in their children’s department with 
a character called Ed the Dot They believe it 
helps the children relate more easily to what's 
going on in a user-friendly way, One example 
is how the pro- 
gramme shows 
children what 


will happen to 
them in the 


haematology department - they get an idea r. 
what to expect and it makes the experienc 
less foreboding. The Hospital has the informs 
tion system in 39 of their departments, nine c 
which have an Amiga 1 200 with a genlock s 
they can add their own messages over th 
video programme. 



Good response 

The reaction so far has been very good inde& 
Over 40 Health Authorities, Boards or Trus 
have been supplied with the equipment th 
year alone, and it's still increasing. In all thei 
are over 1,000 locations in the Unite 
Kingdom currently using the service. 

The Health Channel also supplied an Amij 
as part of the Royal College of Nursing's into 
active display stand at the Party Polite 
Conferences - and it won the award as Be 
Stand! 

The project is expanding into the priva 
hospital sector too where patients are at 
to select their meals from the daily mei 
displayed on their bedroom TV sets. Hoti 
are also finding a use, and in conjunct^ 
with Thom Business Communications, a tr 
system has been installed into the loi 
hotel, 'ft’s already making them mone 
director, Philip Teare, remarked. The ho 


Sinrpn Maitey cipintni Jww 
MW doctors lAe scheme- 
because Health A uthurrties 
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iinks Ew Amiga Id the televisions in the guests' 
bedrooms. He cites an example: “One evening 
the restaurant was packed out, so they put a 
message into the bedrooms suggesting that if 
their guests came down al a later time they 
would receive a complimentary half-bottle of 
write - it wOffced and made them money 
because in them nterests to keep the guests 

m the hote^ r 

Impressive 


'7he Hospital has the inform 
motion system in 39 of 
their departments, nine of 
which have an Amiga 1200 
with a genlock so they can 
add their own messages 
over the video programme" 



Tew* explains that a Jot comes down to pric 
mg and them daem are impressed with how 
mspensME and reliable the system is. This 
$ esp eoJfr mie tot independent hotels. It's 
CQCHfl* dW* - they can easily afford to buy 
the Ai 200. The^e huge potential here with 
€>dl hold having an Amiga 5 200 installed. 11 

hotels are also considering using 
ad^tEimg F-rom local amenities to fund the 
; ' : -Kts although this was not suitable for 
"he **jt)rth authorities. Simon Maisey, director 
i ned it may affect the impartiality, plus 
of the surgery staff would get hacked 
• * repetitive jingles all day," He conti n- 
"the doctors like it because they know 
wealth Authority have editorial control 
v: the content is guaranteed to 
be accurate and not 
: ^troversial." for the 


future, Maisey hopes to be able to persuade 
all authorities to take up the scheme. He 
would also like to involve touch screens in 
some way, although response on this aspect 
has been slow, However, the project has 
gone down very well so far - it certainly 
beats how doctor's surgeries have operated 
in the past. Patients definitely want to take 
control of their health and they realise that 
the responsibility of good health ultimately 
lies with them. It's good lo see Health 
Authorities living up to their duties in provid- 
ing this information, especially in such an 
innovative and cost-effective way - we're 
ceitai nly convinced- / m ’ *¥ 


Philip re-are explains 
that hit then tv or? ell 
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N-HOUSE PRODUCTION 


Despite producing over SOW irideos a year, there are 
only five people in the production deportment, 
^•chord Budd and Mark Fleming. They produce the 
wdeo from scratch, from taking the photographs to 
creating the graphics. They both use or Amigo 4000 
\ create the videos and use Scata MM4QO for the 


drive also makes things easier os they can store a hi 
more information at hw cost also offering the possi- 
bility of selling the client a Zip drive hr maybe a two- 
hour presentation. 

Their job varies from sourcing the relevant health 
information from 


mam presentation. They are also 
Sided by Opal Paint ; DPaint and 
-'Point They use Adorage for the 
animations. 

Budd demonstrated the Cannon 
ON Camera : This has definitely 
made our work a lot easier" he 
claimed r The Camera can store 
around 50 pictures to disk and 
then project them straight onto a 
computer screen, 7f save S waiting 
for pictures to be developed and 
we can see immediately whether 
they've worked or not" he contin- 
ued. The recent purchase of a Zip 



Richard Rudd is wnp at the in-house 
production fetfrti unti h ptmted with frnw 
(k Amigo copes with the projects 


authorities to creating the still pic- 
tures needed hr o presentation. 
Their language skills are also 
required as same videos need voice- 
overs adding as well, such as where 
the text and ™ce occasionally need 
to be in Urdu , Hindi or Welsh. 
However f most request the soft 
background music- 

Budd explained why some pre- 
fer to have the A. 1200 actually there 
as well os the video: It depends on 
the client and whether they need to 
edit the script or not. kVeVe written 
some extra software whkh mokes it 
easy for them to do this . " 



Mark Fleming busy at work Off Me 
* 'fi.ijiT. 1 Their job vorios from fin ding out 
hoofth fftfarmaiioff to designing graphics 

He was keen to express how well the Amiga copes 
with this sort of work; It would take so much longer to 
do this on other machines. I used a Mac when / was 
doing my degree in design but after using the Amiga I 
would never go back to ft!" 


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Magic User Interface is a completely object- 
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O kopw, I know. 

it must seem like a 
bit of self-pro motion to be 
reviewing something we are 
offering to our readers, but Cloanto^ Personal 
Suite will be available to buy from your normal 
high street dealer at some point ffs just that 
we have an exclusive on it for a limited time. 
Anyway, it's still a new product, so if s just as 
valid for me to review this as anything else. 

When Personal Suite was first announced it 
seemed like great value for money, ft should 
have come with the "Personal 1 series of pro- 
grams from Cloanto; Personal Paint, Personal 
Write and. Personal Fonts Maker \ & 2. Even 
just tor these, the CD is a bargain buy, the only 
downside being that all the documentation is 
on disc rather than printed. 

The upside of all this is that the CD contains 
more than just these four programs - it also 
has Superbase Personal 4, the latest version of 
the all-time best-selling Amiga database, and 
Kara B!om r s superb colour fonts. You know 
the ones. You got Granite when you bought 
OPaint. Well there are 27 normal colour fonts 
included on this CD and one animtont - 


Bullion- 

In case you aren't sure 
exactly what an animtont is, 
the letters for bullion are all 
animbrushes and get drawn onto 
the screen as though they are rotating 
about their vertical axis 90’ to face the front. 
As the letters rotate there is a highlight that 
travels across the face of each letter as though 
it were reflecting 3 light source. It's a lot easier 
to see than to explain, though, so have a look 
at the screenshot. 


Animation city 

As if this wasn't enough, you will also find 
most, if not all, of Eric Schwartz's animations 
in both their original Movie-Setter and 
Fantavision formats, as well as in soundless 
AnimS files, along with animations and pic- 
tures by Jim Sachs and Karl Bihlmeier, a 
renowned German artist There are also some 
animations by 'Dr Chips" which weren't creat- 
ed on the Amiga and must have been quite 
impressive ten years ago. Now, though, they 
just look dated. 

And so we continue to trawl through the 
CD's contents and find we are a iso given 
Cloaufeo's PNG toolkit and datatype. PNG is the 
graphics format supposed to replace GIF. It is a 
lossless compression format capable of up to 
48-bit colour resolution and it supports all 


An exclusive 
review of 
Cloanto's CD 
bundle by 
Ben Vast 


sorts of funky features, So, is thal all? Nop^ 
there's more. 

Cloanto have obviously trawled th< 
Gutenberg Project's archives because thei 
are ASCI! text versions of 45 different out- 
copyright books including Hardy's Tess of 
D'UTberviHes and Edgar Rice Butrough l 
Tarzan of the Apes, along with four Amigi 
specific titles detailing AmlgaDQS commai 
and Amigaguide document creation, amai 
other topics, One last goody completes tl 
line up on this CD - a program called DirDri 
that compares directories and generates 
checksum, particularly useful for peoplr 
producing software, especially on CD, 

So let's have a closer look at each of tl 
programs on offer on the Personal Suite Q 
and see if they really are too good to be true 


Personal Paint has been around for quite some time 
now. If you ore a regular reader you will have seen a 
mini-review of PPoint in the Amiga Bundle round-up we 
did i h December's issue. If you didn't see that jssue, or 
you've onfy just bought you/ Amiga, then here's the 
lawdown on PPoint 

Basically, PPaint started life os a poor DPaint done 
but unlike Deluxe Paint Personal Paint Is still being 
developed and keeps getting better. Although it still 
offers no HAM6 or HAM 8 facilities you con use Personal 


Paint in any register mode up to 256 colours. 

Personal Paint is the only non 24-bit paint package I 
know of on the Amiga that also supports RTG graphics 
cards (t he others all do nasty tricks that involve 
ChipRAM }, which is a definite bonus now thal there ore 
more and more people out there with Picasso's or 
CyherVision64's. Personal Paint has oil the usual tools 
you wou/cf expect in any paint package of note. 
Oblongs, circles, text, freehand painting and filling are 
all performed without fuss, but PPaint reaily starts to 


shine with its little touches Me the carve tool, which 
rather than DPaint 's simple single parobola, actual!, 
uses handles like any bezier curve and gives you o 
double parobola. 


Convolutions 

However, bus is nothing compared to Personal Paints 
image processing function s, Personal Paint can apply its 
convolutions on brushes, the whole screen, or a user- 



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There have been several changes made to Personal Paint in ttie update from vS.3 to v&4: 

• New loaders and savers You can now save an image in ASCII tent and load and save PNC format 
f les. Also, there is now improved colour reduction for converting 24-bit files into 256 colour pictures 

.nich is also faster than in previous versions. 

• All requesters have been rewritten using a new user interface library and soon, all of Cloanto's 
products will use this new library. Visually it hasn't changed very much, but one of the most impor- 
(an * additions to it must be the availability of a site gadget, particularly for file requesters. Also, the 
■■ ter edit requester has been re-organised making it more user-friendly, 

• Animation can now use virtual memory for frames. 

• You can now animate on HTC boards which do not support double-buffering. In some cases this 
s not as smooth, but in most cases goes unnoticed, and in any case allows the creation of 256- 
:o»our animations where no other piece of software would (e.g. for ECS users with a Picasso). 

• PParnt's ARexx interface has also been improved, although no documentation is presented for it. 
.banto say that the nett version of PPaint will probably have all the ARexx stuff explained. 



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Of t h f Personal Paint's ASCII saUe aiiuws you to 

jite CD “ piclu^e* Gat of iawtr Kshj can vary Che 

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Superbase, or SBase as it is n-ObV known, 
was one of the best caver disks Amiga 
Computing has had I J;rtow r / was responsi- 
ble hr deaf mg with all ihe updates where I 
l-vqs working at the time. So many readers 
sent their upgrade offer to us that we acti> 
ally had to take on a temporary member of 
staff to help with the demand Therefore, I 
wouitf imagine that plenty of you already 
orvn <3 copy of Super base Z 

But SBase 4 does add some new fea- 
tures to the old dag. Far a start, >100 now ■ 
have the ability to create farms far your 
database, a feature only previously avail- 
able with the professional version of 
Superbase. For the uninitiated, SBase is a 
relational database with extremely good 
functionality, it has its own programming 
language and although its looks aren't I 
exactly modem 1 , it is still the best database 
available for the Amiga. Use it for your 
video collection or far your clients names 
and addresses, its up to you. 

SBase has the unique ability to link multi - 
pie databases together ^nfa arce, so you coo 
have a product database linked to a stock 
database finked to a customer database, all 
with one front-end designed in the Form 
Designer. SBase's documentation is some- 
thing more than adequate, although the pic- 
tures in the AmigaGuide document should 
have all been cropped appropriately. 

So, in short SBase is still king of the hill 
it comes to power and configurability, 
although its looks are somewhat out of 
date. 


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p ply its 
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definabk area. These convolutions will blur or sharpen 
chosen area, emboss it, texture it ; or even convert it 
into a stereogram image. Personal Paint is also unique 
■n the fact that it can produce stereogram animations 
r here are some examples on the disc X a feat no other 
Amiga package is yet capable of. 

The animation features aren't quite up to scratch yet 
however There is no motion panel d h DPaint and ani- 
mbrustm are not yet supported (although there will be a 
patch made available to add this facility). It does. 


however ; hove a nice storyboard function which displays 
a thumbnail of each frame in an animation. Frames can 
be cut copied and posted to new positions within an ani- 
mation, and can be inserted or deleted where necessary. 


Individual frames 


Personal Paint oho supports frame timing so there is 
no need to moke copies of individual frames to insert 
pauses. PPaint will euen take animations that have 


multiple frames and optimise them by removing 
duplicated frames and simply adjusting the length af 
time the frames in question are displayed. 

The brush handling is splendid in contrast to the 
weaker animation side of things. PPaint can hold up to 
nine brushes in memory at once and,, as previously 
stated, can apply its image processing effects Jo 
them* Brushes can have unused bitplones chopped 
to save memory and can be outlined in a variety of 
bvays. 


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JANUARY 199 6 


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They shouldn't realty he called PFM J <S 2 as they aren't 
different versions of the same program; they are actually 
two separate font creation utilities- PFM deals with mono 
bitmapped fonts and printer downloadable fonts, while 
its erstwhile brother lets you create fonts in up to 256 
colours and actually has more in common with Personal 
Paint thon with PFM. 

Both suffer from the same Innovative' interface design 
and need bringing into the nineties. Bui once more, 
Quanta have come up with a really good product 
Although the time has passed when everyone relied on 
dot matrix printers and bitmapped fonts, there are still 
people who need to use font bitmaps, and PFM and to 
brother are there to supply the goods, 

PFM is more geared towards producing printer down- 
loadable fonts that you can send into your dot matrix or 
inkjet printers memory and then use just like any other 
built-in font Your pnfy limitation with this is the same as 
it would be far any other buitt-ifl font, it's difficult, to 
switch fonts mid-document. There's nothing much you 
can da about this > buf at fedsl you can jazz up your 


documents with something more stylish than courier . 

PFM also bus a built-in macro language and recorder 
to allow you fa automate repetitive tasks like converting 
a whole font to italics or bold, or changing the baseline 
for each character, and it also supports the full ASCI! 
character set You can use PFM to develop typefaces for 
foreign alphabets which run from right to left rather than 
the normal Latin fashion l 


Font features 

This can cause a problem with a lot of programs though i, 
so be warned. PFM can export fonts in the standard 
Amiga bitmap font format or as PFM fonts. Quite why 
you would woof to do this is beyond me T but I guess it's 
nice to have the option. Finally, PFM also mokes use of 
the font flags described in the Amiga developer kits and 
can ascribe attributes to a font with a simple visit to the 
menu bar. 

PFM2 is a long overdue replacement for the 
Calligrapher program by Inter/Active Softwprks which 
was the only program available for a long rime that 




could produce colour fonts, it was incredibly unfne\ 
use and very unstable , but people swore by it (one 
probably) for making anti-aliased fonts and colour 
for video wont. PFM2 looks more like a point 
than a font designer and has most of trie tools a* 
ate to one like an airbrush and o curve too/. Even 
documentation for PFM2, such as it h t refers you ft» 
manuofe for PFM and PPaint 

PFM2 shares many of PPainPs brush handling 
turn tike being able to chop unused bitplanes 
graphic and being able to change the transput 
colour for toe brush. It lacks PFM r s macro facilit > 
toen cofour fonts aren't designed to be churned 
each one is supposed to be a work of art Either o ' i 
comes in very handy if you have a font that is just 
ing a character or two, and you can use parts of 
characters to help fill in the gaps. Scab's FuturaB 
doesn't have any standard mathematical symbols so 
workbench calculator hod blank buttons. A quick tnp 
PFM soon sorted the problem and now I have\ 
customised FuturoB font 


Qersonal write 


Personal Write has never beer very popular in 
this country. Whether this is because it has a 
slightly nonconformist approach to word pro- 
cessing or simply because not enough people 
knew about it r I don't know. Suffice to say that 
if you don't mind a somewhat odd method of 
working, Personal Write has some very good 
features, as you might expert from the team 
that brought you Personal Paint. 

Personal Write is one of the most compre^ 
hensive text editors l have yet seen on the 
Amiga, with support for different character 
sets, like those used by the PC and Macintosh 
- and even the Commodore 64 set! It also 
has the ability to automatically insert true 
quote marks (you know 1 the ones, they look 
like 66 and 99) when you have used standard 
shift-2s. Personal Write will check various 
things while you are typing, such as case and 
repeated words, and warn you in case they 
need correction. 

Its printer support is quite phenomenal, 
giving you control over printer codes and 
postscript functions - you can even send a 
Postscript 'kill' command to the printer after it 
has finished downloading your document and 
it will stop the printout before it happens. 
Now, I know for a fact that Personal Write is 
the only bit o! software that will do that on 
the Amiga, and very handy it is too. 

But Personal Write does have quite a few 
problems. The first is the dreadful user inter- 
face it labours under. Non-standard keyboard 
shortcuts only make matters worse; having no 
Right- Amiga-q shortcut for quitting and having 
to deal with using the function keys for cut- 
ting, copying and pasting text makes me 
shudder and think back to Article Editor, the 
text processor that came with ProPage which 
used simitar keys. 

Personal Write also makes use of a very 
ugly custom file requester and gadgets. But 
back on the plus side agam f Personal Write 
will save out text in a number of formats 
including ANSI, ASCII, FTXT and compressed. 
You can also encrypt saved text using a strong 


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file to destroy. You will be given a final chance 
to change your mind and then the file will be 
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Personal Write doesn't simply delete the file 
from the disk, it actually overwrites each byte 
so that the file cannot even be recovered 
using something like DiskSatv or 
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Personal Write can open as many document 
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but don't think that this is a WYSIWYG pro- 
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is dear and the online manuals are 
to use. The only downside with the 
age is that you are obviously not 
posed to copy the programs onto 
hard drive - they are only supposed to 
run from the CO. This does mean 
there are different language versions 
all the programs and documentation 
it does make it awkward if you are 
sort of person whp'd rather have all 
programs in one place. However, tl 
are only small niggles and ifs nice to 
more CDs coming out that are actw 
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the series of Personal Information 
Managers. After the first was 
released back in July, it was difficult 
to believe that such a package could be 
improved upon. It may not have had the 
portability of a real fiiofax, but for features and 
extensive options you couldn't go far wrong. 

DigFta are renowned for using their typical 
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The same icon display and menu system is 
used as in Word worth which also became 
extremely popular because of te ease of use. 
Obviously, Digita firmly believe that this display 
system is the most user-friendly. It allows you 
to see everything you can possibly access, so 
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your information. 

The actual display simulates a real filofax 
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at the side of each sectfon r and even rings in ^5 
the binder.' As you turn the pages, a small, 
quick animation of a page turning comes into 
effect, which just proves how realistic they want 
to make it 

The idea behind this is to present the RIM in 
a way most people are used to. There's no 
point in designing an easy GUt if you're going 
to have to sift through pages of the manual just 
to work out how you get it running. People 
who've owned filofaxes previously will be 
instantly familiar with the layout, and transfer- 
ring data from a normal, everyday, ring binder 
to the Amiga couldn't be simpler. 



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20 new Diary Themes including Sport r 
Disasters, National Days., Computers, 
Gardening, and many more. All these can be 
placed at the back of the filofax as an instant 
reference section. The disk can be installed on 
to the hard drive along with the organiser pack- 
age, and by dragging the various supplement 
icons across to the 'Supplements' drawer you 
will be able to access them as the program 
starts up, 

The whole package is thankfully comple- 
mented by an AmigaGuide tutorial which has 


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to read the print. The features consist of 
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Supplements. The supplements are right at the 
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contains over ICO supplement additions and 



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CTING ON RESPONSE 


The new features m Digita Organiser 2 may not he immediately noticeable, and may nor 
add any cosmetic differences, but after a while they will became impossible to live without os 
they increse the power and speed immensely. It's difficult to come to a conclusion about this 
product as I'm not sure the new features actually warrant a second edition. However, I'm 
2 ure many people will argue that the package should have contained these features when ft 
was first released, although in Digital defence ; they hove listened to all their existing users 
and acted upon the response which many companies would undoubtedly deem far too time 
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Price £49.99, upgrade from vl ET4.99 

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an extensive reference section for explanations 
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other information. The guide will inform you 
about installation instructions as well as an ir>- 
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through the entire package. 

From what ! saw of the first version, the sec- 
ond version doesn't really contain any other 
noticeable features that stand out. If you 
already own the first Digita Organiser then you 
can upgrade to the second version for £1 4.99. 
Although this pice still seems quite expensive 
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The 96 Plus Pack containing all die new sup- 
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information such as correspond ing births and 
deaths 

If you are looking for a comprehensive, hilly 
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ther than Digita Organiser 2. As most of the 
Personal information Managers are on offer as 
Public Domain and Shareware, despite the 
price, Digita Organiser 2 would be an excellent 
purchase if you happen to use an Amiga for 
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3 new year and a new look for Amiga Computing. But 
what about the Amiga? Will 1996 be the renaissance of 
Commode baby? Over the next few pages you will read 
about our suggestions for the next revision of Workbench, 
what industry pundits think of the year ahead, how the world's 
best Amiga show went in Cologne and just how the 
PowerPC chip will change the Amiga for the better. 


Amiga Computing 








nether new year a time when 
most of us instinctively look to 
the future with greater 
vigour and optimism 


than usual, whether that be the 
result of wishful thinking or a 
chronic excess of alcohol over 
the Christmas festivities. 

This time last year, though, 
no amount of looking on the 
bright side could change 
the fact the Amiga's 
chances of a revival were 
rather slim. And even fol- 
lowing Escom's takeover in 
May, it’s been hard to banish 
doubts arising from the lack 
of news about more products 
the virtually none-existent adver- 
tising campaign, and delayed sup 
piles of the machine Itself. So how 
come the Amiga community is feeling 
so much more optimistic about 1996, 

The simple answer is that news is finally 
coming through about plans for Ami gas that 
will not only compete technologically with 
the best machines the rival platforms can 
offer, but maybe even leave them behind. 




an sac 


1996 is make or break 


time for the Amiga. 


Gareth Lofthouse looks to 


the future and assesses Escom's 


chances of pulling off the most remarkable 


Committed 

As reported in our special Cologne show 
report, (see page 42) Amiga Technologies 
have taken the plunge and committed them- 
selves to developing a new range of Amigas 
based on the Power PC RISC chip, At the 
same time, Phase 5 have developed a Pownr 
PC board that will be compatible with the 
current Ami gas, allowing current owners to 
take advantage of the vast benefits that RISC 


i omeaack in the history of computing 


processing will bring. The still distant, but 
more concrete, hope of actually seeing a 
RISC Amiga made has been backed up with 
a laiily busy release schedule from Amiga 
Technologies in the meantime. As usual, 
however, the announcement has given rise 


to a whole new set of questions, not least d 
which is Who's still going to be developing 
for the new Amigas when they finally 
appear? 1 Amiga Computing spoke to long- 
time supporters with differing views on trie 
machine's future prospects, 


Qc ALA 



□ 


UIGITA 


f . StAfff tfK Joint MD 
B firry ThUf Sion, PKcitcd by 
Irte mtitfmWi* potential 
of a RiSC-bascd Amiga 


Seda have always been in the vanguard 
af serious Amiga development, but having 
successfully diversified into the PC market 
with there new multimedia package based 
on MMOS, are they sufficiently impressed 
by Escom's latest pians to continue 
developing on RISC-based Amigos? 

"It represents no technical problem for 
us," s aid Barry Thurston , Sco/d UK's joint 
MD. 1 thrnk developing for Power PC 
Amigas would be very goad timing for us. 

There was some debate over whether or 
not we'd port MMQS back to the Amiga as 
it is now But I imagine that going with the 
Power PC environment would suit the MMOS environment better. , and 
certainly we'd be able to get a tot more functionality." 

Thurston points fo the fact that a Power PC Amigo would be oble to run 
Windows 95 as well as AmigoOOS which is a distinct benefit arising from 
this development: "With products like Scale MMOS being cross platform, it 
could make a nice link between different environments on a network, tor 
example* 

Turning ta the near future, and the Amiga's chances in 1996, Thurston 
is bullishly confident: “Where the Atari ST failed , and where the 
Archimedes hasn't been successful, i think with the Amiga it will be differ- 
ent,' he asserted. "1 think we wilt see an Amiga resurgence - you only 

have to have seen the interest shown af the LIVE show. ' 

WVfb so many years spent behind him pushing the Amiga us the multi 
media machine, is Thurston tantalised by the possibilities a Power PC 
Amigo might offer? "Absolutely ° he replied, sounding more like on enthu- 
siast than a businessman, "It always has been the perfect choice for 
multimedia." The next stage can only increase its potentiol- 


Another company thaTs made itself into an Amiga institution, Digita have recently come 
with the goods to make up most of the software in the Magic Packs, Asked for his reacts 
to the Power PC annou ncement , MD Jeremy Rhyll was fat rfy positive. 

"Power PC is a logical step forward, ” he commented. "Like Apple, Amiga Technolog 

must move away from the 6SOOO chip family to gain a com- 
petitive price/performance ratio, and then they can success- 
fully follow the Apple model. Provided we receive timely 
development systems, the tools and documentation, and 
the full support of Amiga Technologies, we will develop for 
it. Wordwoith would be a logical place to start!" 

Digita, like many other companies with Amiga back- 
grounds, have diversified into the PC market, and their flag- 
ship product is actually the PC-based Toxibihty Pro , 

However, Rhyll sees the coming year as a chance lor a 
change of fortunes for the Amiga! "Ye., 1996 will be better. 

There will be better machines and, hopefully, a higher 



awareness that the Amiga is back in the UK. The launch of f , j op ^ my , nnyti 

Wordwoith 5 in January will inevitably help focus attention, F „ tw , s development wltt 
but our other future plans.,, are largely dependent on the **P^ n *° nAmi ** 
performance and Support from Amiga Technologies." 


support 


QlSC VERSUS PENTIUM 


First things first, the Power PC chip has 
nothing to do with PC computers. 
Confusing, I know, but new PCs are based 
on Intels Pentium CISC processing. Now, 
Pentiums are fast, with the top of the range 
speeding along at 133 MHz, Our Technical 


Editor, Neil Mohr, estimates, however, that a 
Power PC RISC Amiga would be the equiva- 
lent of having a JOOMtu Pentium PC 
Incidentally, the 604 Power PC chip '<>•■ 
also be about 150 times faster than yout 
bask A 1 200, 


Amiga Computing 


JANUARY i 996 




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Qalendar for the comeback 


There have been r amours muttered both on and off the 
‘ecord that Escom were only interested in the Amiga in the 
■non term and that they had no genuine plans to develop 
the technology. 

“4 rumour said that the Amiga is just a quick shot for 
the Christmas season and that the project would be 


dropped shortly afterwards/ said f scorn boss Manfred 
Schmitt recently. This is most certainly a dream of the 
competition!* 

Only the appearance of the promised products and 
developments will fully dispel the doubts f however Here's 
what s in the pipeline: 



Amiga Technologies j 




Product: 

Release schedule 

Description 

Q- Drive 

Jan 1^6 

Quad-speed IDE CD-ROM, £229 

^mrga Internet Pack 

Jan T996 

Modem and Wet software 'plug and play J bundle 

060 Board 

1st Quarter 9996 

Accelerator board for current range 

A1 200+ 

May 1996 

030 40MH zf Cofdfire upgrade A 1200 with SIMM sockets 

RISC Amiga 

1st Quarter 1997 

Mew high-end machine based on Power PC 604 chip 

Bla-ck Box 

7 

Set top box sounding suspiciously similar to CD-TV concept 


Other key releases j 


Phase 5 Power PC Bo&rd 

Jan 1996 

Power PC-based board for developers use with existing range. 



should be backward compatible with old software 

^igsta Wordworth 5 

Jan 1996 

Latest release for Amiga word processor 

Cloantu Persona* Paint 7 

Spring 1996 

Paint Package 

TurboGalt 4 

Spring 1996 

Spread$heet 

Optonica MME 

Dec 1996 

Multimedia presentation software 


[_]PT0N ICA 

Jargon 





LAST DITCH 
FIGHT 

The Amiga is now looking healthier than 
it has done in a long, long time. Few 
doubt that if Amiga Technologies can 
produce the promised products at a 
competitive price, we will have a range 
of computers to be reckoned with. 

It is clear from speaking to the indus- 
try leaders, however, that there are huge 
challenges to he overcome. It is unclear 
as yet. for example, how much damage 
software incompatibility with the Mago 
Pack Amigas has had (see our news 
storyl- And communications with, and 
support for. software developers 
will also have to improve, although 
Amiga Technologies are already talcing 
significant steps towards addressing 
this matter. 



Certainly even those companies that 
have successfully diversified into the PC 
market would hate to see the demise of 
this legendary machine. It is to be hoped 
that 1996 will be fust another chapter in 
the Amiga's on-going history, rather 
than a tragic ending to an extraordinary 
enterprise. 


• EsBt 


r •Affc- P- T -. r 


Despite their long-term commitment to the Amiga multimedia field, Optonica never seem to 
have had anywhere near so much coverage os their rivals of Scandinavian origin. Those 
ho only know them as developers of the Insight CD series or infoNexus might therefore be 
surprised to hear of some of their recent multimedia triumphs in the corporate market 
Take r hr example, their contribution to Britain's most popular national sport. They have 
Iready introduced huge video waits into Wolverhampton FCs football stadiums, and 
they're currently building similar projects at West Horn, Mon City and Glasgow Rangers. Ail 
of them wilt be driven by Amigas when 
completed. 

5a are they more confident about the 
Amiga's prospect in the light of recent 
developments? "Yes r t think so.. " replied 
Optonica MD Lee Gibson r * Over the past 
2 months we've been sitting on a lot of 
assets in terms of development because 
of the slate of the market place. Now we 
wont to give it a bit af a kick start " 


disappointed 

rheg ore not r however , completely 
~npressed by Amiga Technologies' 
approach so far. "To be perfectly hon- 
est " said Gibson r "wove been a bit dis- 
appointed with what they've done. 
They've got the product back on the 
i hell which was their first priority. But 
'he way they've worked with the devel- 
opers and the information that's gof 
through to them, we've been very disap 
pointed with that/ Whether they will 
develop for the Power PC line , then, will 
very much depend on Amiga Technology 
Improving its communication lines and a 
r evivai in the market's confidence. M tt'$ 
r eally a suck it h" see type of scenario/ 
ie concluded. 


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limey! I p ve been to the Cologne 
show for the past five years (bar 
last year's show) and never 
thought i would see it as busy as it 
was when the A3G0G was launched. But fight- 
ing my way through at least 20,000 people on 
a Saturday morning to get to the stands I wan- 
ted to visit put the lie to that idea. Attending 
the exhibitor's party the evening before proba- 
bly wasn't all that good an idea as I was fight’ 
ing a thumping headache in addition to the 
crowds, but when in Cologne- 

If there was ever any doubt about the fact 
that the Cologne show is the most important 
Amiga event of the year, this show was guaran- 
teed to dispel it. Although it is now a general 
computing exhibition, mote than half the 
stands were Amiga-related, and although I only 
saw a few people wandering towards the exits 
arms laden with PC or Apple goodies, there 
were plenty lugging Amiga Magic packs or the 
new Amiga monitors around with them. If you 

Lotiks crowded hub? Weft 
tfijj is just the entrant* half, 
the thaw ittetf h much busier 




The World off Amiga show in 
Cologne has always been popular. It's 
back as Computer 95 and busier than 
ever. We sent Ben Vost to look arounc 



aie into ID stuff, then there was a tot going on 
far you at the Cologne Show. Amiga Oberland 
were demonstrating a new version of 
“Reflections which will finally be available in 
English in Fe binary '96 {they hope). Maxw 
were showing off their latest add-ons for 
Cinema 4D - namely a tree generator and frac- 
tal landscape generator, which both looked 
quite nice. 

Andy tones from Artiva UK was there show- 
ing gfl his skills with Real 30 which will be 
entering a new revision shortly,, and he was 
proud to announce a deal between Activa and 
Anti Gravity Products (a name which will no 
doubt be familiar to ail our Stateside readers) 
to distribute their prod- 
ucts in Europe, This 
means you will no 
longer have to place a 
call to the States to get 
hold of Humanoid, 

Snap Maps or any of 
AntiGravrty's other high- 
ly regarded products., 

Also attending the 
show, representing the 
British contingent were 
HiSoft, showing off their 
Squirrel Mpeg prototype 
which was getting a great deal of interest 
(especially as it was showing Star Trek & on an 



A lypkvi ifflw at the end of a $h&w 
day, kmrcheted punters dirtchhtg their 
Amiqai white they (wiser <t breather 


"Maxon were showing off 
their latest add-ons for 


Cinema 40 - namely a tree 
generator and fractal land - 
scape generator, which 
both looked quite nice ' 



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AMES 


There wasn't much fo get excited about on 
trie games front Although Electronic Arts 
and Microprose bath had enormous 
stands, drey wore showing PC software for 
the most part, and tfi ere were ever} some 
stands showing off the admittedly brilliant 
Playstation and its range of titles . There 
were no Amiga-specific gomes companies 
there, which is a shame r hut it seemed as 
though more people were interested in 
more serious pursuits than joystick wag * 
gling anyway. 


enormous Sony TV - guaranteed to draw a 
crowd [}, and Digits, sharing the Macro Systems 
stand showing off a beta ver- 
sion of Wordworfii 5 (which 
looks absolutely splendid 
the screen update is 
phenomenally fast). 

■Casteiner also had a stand 
offering their usual cut price 
bargains in the hard drive 
and memory department. 
The Cologne show is always 

r popular with people in the 

know who are in the trade, so r 
although they didn’t have stands, there 
were representatives from Pcwei 
Computing, CPSoh, Cloanto, and many othei 
companies wandering around looking for new 
products to distribute or sell. 

Video users were ats o well catered for with 
both Electronic Design and Hama present 
exhibiting theiT genlocks and PAL encoders to j 
an eager audience, and far the higher end, tie 
aforementioned MacroSystems stand was also > 
replete with VLab Motion demonstration sysJ 
terns showing off the power of their £10001 
non-linear editing solution, if you were in ttiej 
market for broadcast quality output, hovvevn 
your only choice was to visit MOM 
Computersysteme who were showing off ther 
Broadcaster Elite machine which offers true 
broadcast quality output for a lot less than oii 
platforms like the PC Mac or SGI. 

But acceleration was where it was at at 
Computer 95. Micronik, MacroSystems* 






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JANUARY 199 6 







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Am* pia|grf tea to o packed room filled with deal- 
n ! - pefs around 1 the world, oil present 

M 0 ttp<rlt announce tfiea fttfestjfon fa use the 
eft p ogotn and to answer questions 
sftf flw On rte top toft/e wftfi Pefro 
V- fte ‘- - i : cna 1 Cfftes Efoard/n were 
ScftmAt flJpkffij a iwefcome 
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As- it : ~~ £fane^ iNorsf Brandi, ffte | 
ftoncfto of KTP i/erfotj, publishers \ 

? ufi which was the official \ 
r he show, Johnathan 
*ead of Amiga Technologies 
venous other Amiga Technologies 
i- ■ . r n ; Peter Kittel and Andreas 



as plans were outlined for 
foresting of these was the fact that 
- ; / 0 possibly called the AI2QQ+) is in 
I -and due to be previewed at CeBit in 
■ - Starch next year. The A 1200+ should be 


on safe by Jane/July and will be powered by 
Motorola's ColdFire or 68010 processor : if will have 
sockets on the motherboard which are user- 
accessible and should come with an internet soft- 
ware bundle. This bundle will also be ami- 
able far any Amigo user and should be 
plug and play according to Petra 
Tyschtschenko. 

Developers should be a little happier 
after the announcement that ATs first 
priority is fa restart Commodore's devel- 
oper support program r and they are 
going to concentrate on using on-line ser- 
vices like their ftp server to provide support 
Mr Tyschtschenko said that people and con i- 

Dr. peter ffrttel. head f L j , . 

of as development who were registered developer* with 

Commodore would have to re-regi$ter wrlfi 
AT because a) AT don't have a developer database ana 
b) developers would need to sign AT non-disclosure 
agreements. Both Petro Tyschtschenko and Fred Ftsh 
reiterated the importance of public domain developers 


to the Amiga . if 
you are a 
non - 




commer- 
cial developer you 
can join up with AV$ 
developer program far St 00 a year - commercial 
developers ftai/e to pay $100 a year This entitles ffte 
developer to access ATs ftp server and get advance 
copies of Workbench r special pricing on development 
systems, and so on, 

in the Q&A session, one of the questions asked ms 
about the lack of any marketing strategy, particularly for 
the UK market Cities Bourdin replied that there was 
very Me budget for Amiga marketing this year and that 
people shouldn't confuse AT wrtft Escum who are. busy 
advertising their PCs left, right and centre . He also said 
ifftar AT didn't want fo moke Commodore's mistake of 
pitching the Amiga solely at the games-market and that 
senate thought had to be given fo the sort of advertis- 
ing campaign that they would eventually do, 



draw a 

Systems 
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J* needier machines than the norm. 
h*d a joint accelerator and bfidge- 
a Pentium P75 on a single card* 
had their DEC Alpha co-praces- 
“mg in a Draco machine, This card 
k mxh an accelerator as a co-processor, 
have to be written specifically to 
? image of its massive computing 
and already there has been wide- 
>--.and in the ID software company 
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incompatible with the 680x0 series. Phases 
are going to be supplying boards to develop- 
ers in January so they can create programs 
that will run native under the PowerPC 
Why are they doing this? Well Motorola 
aren't going to be makrng any further addi- 
tions to the 6S0 jc0 Ime, so if you want a 
faster Amiga this will be the only way to 
jump. In addition, completely independently, 
Amiga Technologies announced the decision 


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stems. 


were several stands devoted to other computing platforms at Computer 95. Without 
they were all less busy than the Amiga Technologies stand - the IBM stand running 
demonstration of OS/2 having particularly poor attendance (perhaps due to the 
real star of the show has been multitasking for years), 

:oJ% although there were plenty of PC products for sale and betng demonstrated, there 
i m hc/ge Microsoft stand. Perhaps Bill Gates and co. realised the futility of trying to brag 
iV "daw 95. Apple hod a huge stand with machines surrounding an inner sanctum 
; ft were no doubt being done , and Acorn had an open lattice work affair filled with 
performing some quite impressive tusks, but few people watching them. 


to make future Amigas based around the 
PowerPC chip at the recent VideoToaster Expo 
in America, and reiterated that committment at 
the developers conference on the Saturday 
evening of the show. 

All in all r the Cologne show was the best 
proof for a jaded journalist that the Amiga was 
still a viable concern, and seeing all the new 
products available from stands the show wide 
helped to reinforce that opinion. The Cologne 
show really is the best Amiga show in the world 
and I strongly encourage more English Amiga 
developers to take stands there next year. 

The language barrier isn't a brg problem, 
most German Amiga users know how to -speak 
at least a little English, and the effort is realty 
worthwhile. And I know it can be a bit expen- 
sive for Amiga users to go all the waylo 
Germany just for an Amiga show, but it really is 
the best there is and flights and hotels don't 
have to be that expensive. Hopefully, Es'com 
will try to duplicate their efforts in Cologne with, 
a similarly sized endeavour in the UK so that 
you don't have to traipse halfway across Europe 
in order to buy your favourite machine. 




Amiga Computing 


JANUA RY 1996 


E 





® ne of the constant criticisms direc- 
ted at Commodore^ the former 
owners of the Amiga, wo 5 the fact 
- ffnf there were aif these funky 
things tike networking and CD ROi W support 
ovoibbte on other machines, and none at ait 
for the Amiga except through third-party soft- 
ware. The situation has worsened over time 
Urttit of this point, Workbench seems incredi- 
bly under-powered compared to the offerings 
for the PC and Macintosh. And it is- 
Amiga Technologies are going to have to 
do on awful tot of work in a very short time 
in order to bring the Amigo back into 
the forefront of computer/human mterfoce 
technology. The progress that needs to he 
made is difficult, cross-linked with other ports 
of the Amiga that need improving, but it 
must he achieved 1 , In this respect, I humbly 
submit some of my suggestions , as a 
user of windows (and Windows 95), the 
Macintosh System 7,5, and Workbench , lor 


SOFTW 


the improvement of future reteases of 
Workbench. 

There ore further considerations than just 
taking account of software. The Amiga's 
hardware is currently 0 bit of 0 bodge, toa 
Floppy drives that will only read high density 
disks at half speed and that dick incessantly, 
stupid screen modes that no-one will ever 
use, an IDE interface as standard, a memory 
subsystem that is fatally flawed on the Amiga 
4000 and limited to a laughable, by today's 
standards, tGMb RAM, no real-time dock on 
the A 1200, and so on. 


A future Workbench can onfy survive on new 
and updated hardware , and Escom have 
announced that they plan to use the 
PowerPC family of processors in future 
machines, but right notv work needs to be 
done for the 680x0 family, which Escom will 
still be using until at least next Christmas. So, 


what should we expect from an entry 

machine ? 

in my opinion, I think a machine •' 
68030 running ct at least 25MHz, but 
abiy 50MHz, would be cheap enough to 
os a beginner's machine. It would need f 
furnished with an MMU as standard, but 
coaid have a user-accessible socket for 
FPU chip which could be pre-fttfecf on 
'deluxe' version of the machine, Then. 1 : 
question that the Amiga would hove to < 
with a reasonably sized SCSI hard drive 
standard - 250Mb would he plenty to 
with - and I think that d 4Mb mem< 
machine would also be 0 good start. p- 
ably jo a user-accessible SIMM socket in 
machine itself , Since the improvement 
required to make the Amiga great again 
multi-facetted. I'm going to separate tht 
into different categories and will list -ait 
sources for inspiration for each improvei 
in brackets after the suggestion. 




Ben Vast gazes into his cryst 
ball and comes up with a plan 
for an updated Workbench 
to blast all other operating 


[WORKBENCH IMPROVEMENTS systems out of the water 


The most important thing to he done is to 
make Workbench complete, Don't offer cut- 
down versions with particular machines, give 
everyone everything, Offer the operating sys- 
tern on a CD, H possible, so that Workbench 
installation is as painless as possible. The 
installation process should be intelligent, and 
check for system hardware before installing 
high-end facilities in a low-end system. 


file deletion) operations, a progress bar 
with a cancel button should be added to 
Workbench which gives the names of the files 
as they are copied (or deleted). (System 7, 
Windows 95) 


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included in WB (probably CyberGRC). Ditch all 
the stupid screenmodes that no-one uses like 
Super Hi Res and incorporate a pseudo 24 -bit 
emulation whereby WB dithers down any 
image to match the screen colour resolution 
automatically. (System 7, ECS) 








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moment you can't copy a file using WB and 
still do anything else. For copy (or multiple 


■ Replace cycle gadgets with pop-up menus. 
(Cycie2Menu, TypeSmith) 


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IMtoidi inducing the ability to boot from> 
C H ; - “ jde an audio CD player and, 
1 >K*qCD viewer. (AsimCDFS 3) 


1 •: > : • :e ought to be systemwide and 

m riertMti not just Fidds or text files, so that 
«»* : p the name of a program, an icon, 

* pK 2 J» 3 sound sample and so on and then 
: f wherever appropriate. There 

a >r be a scrapbook program like the 
itot snes where you can keep clips when 
■ tne machine. (System?) 

1 4;: d tcp/ip stack to Workbench (to 
networking as standard) (System/) 

0 M_» e " notirfication systemwide so that if 
a ar. f ks into the RAM disk in a file man- 
- pen RAM window on workbench 
0 qji: reflect the change, etc. 

0 Cj • allthe bitmap fonts and CG Fonts 
r*t fo for systemwide Postscript or True 
m *7* Til . >!|ff cut down font redupticatign 
HfUfostratfon caused by not having the right 
tot the right format. There is already an 
W’-i'f type 1 manager for the Amiga 
00i- u ' fe as shareware. 

0 system requesters respond to return 
md Esc for OK and cancel respectively (and 
•rtia etters in case of more than two 



choices). (ARQ) ll the Amiga is supposed to 
be such a multimedia machine, then some 
sort of system support for animation should 
be taken for granted. A chunky pixel format 
screen is far better suited to the playback nf 
colourful animations than the Amiga's bit- 
plane approach, which only really shines 
when there are fewer than 16 colours on 
screen, ff a 63030 base machine is a possibili- 
ty, then the pussyfooting around should stop 
and serious work dona on improving the per- 
formance of WB in this field. It has only been 
held back at the present time by the large 
proportion of 6SOOB^based machines in the 
marketplace. 

Mow that there are more A1 200s out there, 
people are trying things which tax the system 
more, but even more could be achieved with 
an even more powerful entry level machine. 
There could also be libraries for 3D graphics, 
sound, and picture manipulation that would 
work systemwide. If this was the case, newer 


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versions of these libraries could be supplied 
aj they were improved. This would mean 
even less reinvent ion of the wheel and more 
System-friendly games. 


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activate the Format ■ Add support for 24-bit printer output and 

nnd win Fe write the printer drivers that Workbench 

iMli " f the r*qu+*i*t offers. ( Cor ^ er incorporating Wolf Faust's " 

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course, he completely 
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Incorporate Cross Dos and Cross Mac into 
Workbench and change the way disk icons 
are shown. From now on, there should only 
ever be one icon for a floppy disk on 
Workbench, and the Format requester should 
have a pop-up gadget so that the user 
can choose whether to format a disk 
as AmigeDOS, MS-DOS or Macintosh 
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■ Maintain the snapshotting of the RAM disk 
icon transparent (it could be put into envarc: as 
default ram, info). 


0 Consider incorporating a program's icon into 
the body of the file, rather than having a wpa- ■ , 
rate .info file. I'hts would reduce confusion and 
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0 institute * as the default wildcard character 
instead of #?. (MS-DOS) 


Amiga Computing 


JANUA RY 1 996 






C OVER FEATURE 



ACUITIES 


P Create an ARexx interface for 
Workbench itself, possibly with a macro 
recorder to make systemwide repetitive 
actions more simple (QuicKeys) 


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■ Increase the amount of options for 
disabled people, including changing the 
mouse buttons over for left-handed 
users and a built-in magnifying glass. 
The Options to change font style and siie 
are splendid and are not offered by 
many other operating systems 



treed if possible). This should be an 
automatic process,, but there should be at 
user interface for expert users. 

Extend exchanges abilities (more lik- 
the MUI Exchange). 

■ Extend GadToofs to allow user 
definable/ selectable gadget outlines. 


offers the options of creating new directo- 
ries, deleting files and renaming them. 
(MFR) 

■ Create a systemwide tiashcan that sits 
on the Workbench rather than having a 
tfdshcan for each individual disk 
(System 7) 

Add a system tools menu. (System?, 
ToolsDaemon) 

■ Add a systemwide titlebar dock 
(TitleGlock) 

■ Stop people fiddling around with the 
Shell so much and add a GUI for the 
editing of the user-startup so that people 
don't have to type in instructions 
they may not feel comfortable with 
(assign prefs) 


■ Include some kind of system manager 
in WB so that programs which have 
failed cam have their processes, screens, 
and windows shut down (and memory 


■ Add a screengrab function systemwide 
that will deal with ary screentype 
(especially handy for us journos) 
(System?) 



ULTIVIEW 


■ Add a new drawer rn DEVS: for 
added tools to use in Multiview, like 
video or sound digitisers. If Multiview 
is made into an UrApp (the basis for 
cither applications) then it can be built 
up into a powerful multimedia fool. 

■ Change the sound datatype for 
Multiview so that it includes a scalable 
view of the sample and the ability to 
position the cursor anywhere in the 
sample and add playback gadgets like 
any normal sample player. 

■ Change Multiview so that not only 
can datatyped files be saved as their 
IFF equivalents, but also as any other 
format. Incorporate copy and paste in 
Multiview. 

r Make Multiview HTML compatible 
with appropriate navigation tools (this 
would also mean adding the ability to 
have inlined images in a Multiview 
document) with a view to replacing 
AmigaGuide with HTML Change the 
way datatypes work so that they too 
no longer rely on there being Chip 
RAM to play with. 

i Also make them resolution and 
colour independent so that people 
with 24-bit displays won't need to use 
a different file viewer. 

This will require a systemwide 
dithering tool which should be 
extremely fast and available to any 
program that requires it. This will also 
increase the memory overhead for 
machine operation so it should not be 
available on machines with tow 
RAM. (These machines should not 
be allowed to use 24‘bit displays at 
all) 


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ACHINE FEATURES 



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Incorporate the PCI bus into future Amigas in preparation for a complete 
changeover to PCI in future machines. 

I Add user-accessible SIMM sockets to all machines and make sure they can 
take a wider variety of SIMMs than current machines. If possible, allow mixing 
and matching of memory types (Le. a mix of 1Mb and 4Mb SIMMs in one 
machine) 

1 Consider ditching the Amiga's custom chip$et and going for emulation of it in 
a modular VGA-type system which can be painlessly upgraded to offer better 
features such as 24- bit screens. 3D graphics manipulation and faster window 
updates 

Add an internal speaker which can be controlled from a sound preferences 
program to make sure that any Amiga can have sound of some sort with any 
monitor. 

■ Return In a hardware flicker fixer (if necessary) to ensure compatibility with all 
monitor types 


I Incorporate features like filename completion 
and a scroll back history into kick-start so that the 
shell may have them even when started with nr 
startup-sequence or user-startup. 

p I 

■ Extend the Early Boot screen to include 
'^BStartup programs and device drivers, so that 
they may be disabled where n ecessary, andi, at the 
very least, allow a mouse button or key press to 
disable the WBStartup drawer without having to 
rename HL 

Make sure the Amiga can be booted from a CD 

■ If KkJbtart can be put onto a flash RDM it could 
be updated through software, saving the material; 
cost and effort of having to send out new 
ROMs each time Workbench hits a major 
revision. 


CONCL 

As l said in the intro , Amiga Technologies have their work 
cut out for them. But Apple have managed the transfer to 
the PowerPC chip admirably, if not fully effidentty* All the 
things that made die Amiga great even as recently as five 
years ago ore increasingly liabilities and things like the 
custom chipset and Workbench ore woefully out of dote, 

Amiga Technologies have restarted the developer sup- 
port program that was one of Commodore's best features 
and are actively recruiting developers that have moved to 
other platforms r or who have never programmed for the 
Amigo to come onto their new platform so, with luck the 
software situation should improve dramatically - but it 
needs to gel better in the right way. 

One of the biggest problems facing Amiga Technologies 
is the fact that the Amiga is in almost as bad a position PR- 
wise as Skoda and Lada are in the motor cur industry . 
People with experience of computer platforms other than 
the Amiga look dawn on our machine as a gomes compute 


U5IONS 

er f an impre ssion cultivated in this country by Commodore 
area Steve Franklin. A sea change has been hng overdue, 
and can only be resolved with a long-term publicity drive . 

Like Skoda , the Amiga is now seen as the cheap end of 
the market with nothing going far it other than Hs price. 
The fact that you don't have to buy a monitor or hard drive 
for it is not an advantage; people will happily buy a mom- 
far and a hard drive when they upgrade to a PC (a serious 
computer). But the PC mull be the competition for the 
Amiga in the next few years,, it wifi be the Mac With Apple 
agreeing licensing deals with companies all aver the world, 
the Mac is the ideal replacement for the Amiga , much mare 
so than the PC but is not well-known enough yet 

As a dedicated Amiga owner who has spent a great deal 
of time, effort and money on his computer system , / wish 
Amigo Technologies all the heft and hope that at least 
some of my suggestions will be implemented for what / 
believe would 6e a world-beating Workbench. 


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checks out the 
MPC604 processor 


© n the 2 November at the Toaster 
Expo, Amiga Technologies 
announced that the processor to 
he used by the next range of 
Amiga computers will be the PowerPC 
MPC604 processor. For most people the fact 
that new Amigas will be powered by a 
PowerPC processor was no real surprise, the 
choice of the MPC6Q4, however, wa$ a little 
surprising, 

Keteased just before the end of 1994, the 
MPC604 is a new processor design, and 
running at a IQQMhj delivers over ten times 
the processing power of an A4000/040. This 
sort of power wifi give a Silicon Graphics 
Indigo 2 a run for its money. 

RISC design is the key to the MPC604 
speed, a simplified instruction set allows 
engineers to optimise the processor design 
and therefore get instruction processed in 
the minimum amount of time. With the CPU 
spirt into separate processing sections, the 
MPCG04 is capable of executing multiple 
instructions simultaneously, in fact up to six 
separate instructions can be dispatched and 
executed in one clock cycle. 

With three integer units, a floating point 
unit capable of executing a double precision 
instruction in a single clock cycle, and an 
advanced dynamic branch prediction unit 
along with a Foa d/store unit, the 504 packs 
a lot into a single chip, 

Afl these sections work independently 


fa 


from one another^ with the load/store unit 
helping to co-ordinate instructions run out 
of sequence, buffering early results and 
instructions until they are ready to be 
mowed into registers, 

The 504 comes with two 16Kb caches for 
instructions and data. This is eight times 
larger than the 04Q r s copy back cache and 

Jargon 


allows the processor much quicker access 
to recently used data and instruction, there- 
fore giving a considerabFe speed advantage. 

They also allow what is known as cache 
'snooping.' As the 604 i$ designed to be 
used in multi -processor systems, data in 
each of the processors must be kept coher- 
ent otherwise you would get errors crop- 
ping up in results, and when errors occur 
your looking at a system crash. 

There has been no word from Amiga 
Technologies whether any future Amiga 


flit ooe Gate problem krten a ctynes !o 
computers rs (fie huge rtyrnte or brain 
numbing!? complex terms that get 
throm df-idur. The proftfit obffiiy ai C 
ensure; engineers To invent and give 
bw. to new 1 words rmd ot 7 DT 7 )fns cor, 
faw even the most hardened flreft/s 
faces glazing over in contusion and 

If you ere having pratiems u^r- 
siondmg whet some of The terms artf 
oerwyms mem, here is a short liMcnp 
r tort of some of the mors important 
ones 

un acronym Wei standi hr 

todreetf Set Computer. A 

processor that con be described as 
bang Rf5£ bos been designed tuto !he 
(JOflf of fWr^'jg f.vrie if Itfe for 
instrudrons to* be &er.uted, typicafy one 
cto cyde. Tftuf oihws tor pfort.'ssars 
execution poth ?o be nggre Siwefy 
optimised. 


Complex Instruction Set 
Computet This describes o processor 
which ihu.T been deigned to pat as 
iTuxfi ffajabthty in the instruction set so 
a forge number o? tosmudwis o<e dvdb 
obi* GSC instructions can JaJte i7^ny 
dock cycles to fiPKUfr ,os opposed to 
RISC instructions. 

tspehne - mwenhondl processors CO 1 ? 
only execute □ single instruction et e 
tfl u£ Duong iPs time the processor has 
hn mri ogf whet the insfruniof 1 fthdt 

it rs stotfig, end wbot <i is doing it to, 
btfoh? the: ihS&udkXi co n be executed 

One of the hrst {firings introduced 
into RISC design was pipelining. >1 basic 
ptptfrtie acts os a snropJs 1 buffer, pre- 
iettfwg mstnxtms for the process 
sc when the processor wonts another 
instruction if can get ft instantly. 

Mar* complex pipelines oauoity 
decade and process instructions. 
Therefor*. instead of fust bevmg a sx\ 
gie fnstmQjon being worked or) by the 


processor, this pipelining actually .feH 
you have o number ot instructions 
hem# processed 

This spirts the processing of tostnur- 
rfons talc i sections, helping to great!, 
tno&xe the speeded Rise pn^csssrs - 
therefore a number o f mtmet/nns cm 
tig worked i?o mth the iwinmum at 
delay. 

C SoperScafor processor" 
has been designed iti'to more tom flue 
pipehne. This allow s tt ro process 

ifrsm/fT^sas to parallel . CUT uT the JarTTp 

itme. This is oat ike some as a pipeline 1 
OS 0 SupifStnkif processor cor haw 
many pipeline S processing at toe Same 
time. 

The MFCSQl has three Dtpesoes, an < 
integer unit a Mooting poflrt unt and 0 
irancto so rJ cod execute up to 
torec mstnxdxyn ,jt the same time, wb, e 
the si* pipelines oHomn g 

sia' instructions to be executed 
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Amiga Computing 


JANUARY 1996 










I “Currently, Amiga 
Technologies are 
I understandably hesitant 
about commenting on what 
a future RISC Amiga wit! be 
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will be multi-processor. Such a system 
would have huge advantages over current 
systems, and considering that the P6 will 
have been out for a while by 1997, having a 
multi-processor design would allow the 
Amiga to stay ahead of the pack. 

Currently, Amiga Technologies are under- 
standably hesitant about commenting on 
what a future RISC Amiga will be like - their 
announcement at the Toaster Expo simply 
stating that we will see a Power Amiga in 
the first quarter of 1997. This will be a high- 
end system with a new version of 
Amiga DOS that should finally see network 
and memory management added as 
standard. 

System variance 

Tou should then expect to see entry and mid 
range systems appear after this initial launch. It 
even looks like the low-end systems will be 
604 equipped. I did have a few reservations 
about this because the 604 is still a little 
expensive and the 601 or 603 may have been 
used instead, as these are completely compati- 
ble with the 604 and still provide Pentium 
liouncing power but at a lower price. It does 
seem, however, that the 604 could be used 
throughout the range, because a larger volume 
could be bought, and therefore reduce the 
overall price. 

In conjunction with Phase 5 f a PowerPC 
board is also planned for late 1996, which will 
plug into your A40QO/3GQ0 and an A1 200 ver- 
sion is planned as well, letting you get early 
access to all this power at an early stage. A big 


advantage of doing this is that it will allow 
developers to get into gear and produce native 
PowerPC versions of their programs. 

In fact, it appears that a tfevelopers-only 
board could be ready as soon as the end of 
January, along with a cross compiler. This 
would allow developers to start porting their 
programs and produce new 1 ones in teadiness 
for the release of the PowerPC accelerator 
board r and when the new Power Amiga finally 
arrives, there should be a good selection of 
native utilities and games ready and waiting for 
the buying public. 

It looks like 1996 could see the Amiga cata- 
pulted into the fast lane, and finally being able 
to take on top-of-the- range Pentiums head to 
head for raw processing power. Just imagine 
Workbench, which currently runs very nicely on 
your old A 1200, having access to a PowerPC 
My conservative estimates put a PowerPC-dri- 
ven A400G to be running around 12 times as 
fast. Your humble A 1200 could scorch: along at 
140 times the speed, and for you poor old 
A2QQQ owners, how does running Imagine at 
around 300 times the processing power 
sound? / a 

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operating system to hose tattonj such -js wtuot nnyri ory r memory proteeftw, fine trtxijig UtarfiKnch 4 

hem v« comet 

Cgk r*f - a smaG errounf of memory si the processor (ft 0T tfW be accessed very qu*rkty. Dora ar-c nZmcOari 
pr? stored tn cache ore: accessed wnsriewblv qxtef tivgn /f they are stored n*m nen^ry ■ mng iW 
A i 20t?'s ^Wi’PCTnJT’ cache eft ond you Lin'i see the oderence p cache can make. ■■v forget iff ta’- " ■ . WW 
the speed maeose. 

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shouSd be on every PowerPC CQfrtpulPf,- aflfcJw"^ PfteP hoses town the some software. ,*ppfc dd not * Scl. 

f M L the Common WarArare- Peteren cc fltaffem was .vranted end Apple hie tL CttitP ts -cseri PReP 
aid ds/ines □ number of hdfttowe Stond^dl PomsK-fmed modvnes should hen* Ary CMP satowrr 
mV rpti on eny CHftP lactone CLvrefil^ rf ts pur oea r whether o Prjvrer w 1 i : ~ rj ■ ■ ■ ■ fii^e :> 

nqf, ff- it were you would be abh to directly rur? ¥acOS C any Olftff CHRP OS such cb Widows Vr and 

urn. 



OWER PC HISTORY 








Bock in the middle of 1991 IBM, Motorola and Apple 
got together to decide on q new processor architec- 
ture that would be used to power future desktop com- 
puter systems. 

Each company had their own motivation s - IBM 
wanted a new processor line to replace their ageing 
& OWER multiprocessor system f which is used in their 
desktop machines; Apple wos /ooA/ng for a RISC 
jrocessor they could use to replace the terminated 
:B0x0 line; and Motorola needed a new mass market 
processor line , With the end of their 680x0 line , and 
the foe t that Apple were not looking interested in their 
88000 RISQ they decided to take the chance and 
;ump in with IBM and Apple in producing the new 
PowerPC chips . 

So in July 1991 the PowerPC processor architecture 
r.os revealed. As IBM wanted to keep compatibility 
with their range of current desktop f the instruction set. 


was based an a cut-dawn version of thetr POWER 
architecture, with 38 instructions dropped to cut the 
cast af design and production. 

Htffifo PowerPC processors lined up to oppeerr in 
everything ham laptops ta mainframes , the initial 
design goals called for a range of processors that 
could accommodate the different parts of the market. 



The first PowerPC processor to be released wa.s the 
MPC601 back in 1993. Aimed for mid-range comput- 
ers, the 60 1 provided Pentium power at around hah 
the price . These were quickly shopped up by Apple for 
use in their first range of Po werPC-powered Macs. 

Towards the end of J934 the MPC603 became 
available Sporting a new caching system and an 
improved fabrication, the 603 provided a slightly 
improved performance over the original 60 1 T but with 


tiny power consumption. r his was perfect for use in 
those PowerBooks that Apple users love so muck 

The MPC604 quickly followed, just sneaking 
oof before trie end of i 1 994. With new pipelining^ 
an improved superscalar design, larger cache , 
and rix grief clock rates , the 604 provides a large 
improvement over the previous PowerPC processors. 

There is a fourth design being worked on by IBM 
called the 620. This is meant to be a top-of-the-range 
Alpha crushing design, aimed squarely at the high- 
end and mainframe community . Unfortunately, the 
current benchmarks being released by ISM are not 
loo encouraging t placing the 620 firmly at the bottom 
of the mainframe league, and only slightly ahead of 
its younger brother the 604. Rumours ore circulating 
that IBM might not even bather using it in their sys- 
tems. Perhaps a radical crank in processor speed wtll 
see the 620 bock in contention . 






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njjUTCH DOSH 



ft As a dedicated Amiga 

9 m user (I own an A 2 000, 


an A3G0D and a 
CD32) I read a lot of 
magazines and keep back 
issues. Every now and then 1 pick up one of 
the older mags and re-read it And yesterday 
I picked up an Amiga Computing from 
December 1989 and saw an ad from Silica, 
This ad 5 -hows an unexpanded A50Q which 
could be yours for £399. And we r re only talk- 
ing about a simple A5O0 with Kickstart 1.3, 
512K of RAM and a humble 68000 proces* 
sor. This was a price we alf paid without 
complaining and I dare say loads of current 
Amiga users started off with this machine. 

Now Ws 1995. Six years later. Silica had 
an ad in the November 1995 issue of Amiga 
Computing offering an oh so beautiful 
A 1200 at exactly the same price as the A5G0 
m the previous ad. But this machine offers a 
much better processor (68Q20), more RAM 
(2Mb), more expandab ility, 32-bit technolo- 
gy, Kick start 3.1 r bags of colours, and a really 
good software bundle. 

So I don't understand all the complaints. I 
agree with the fact that personal computers 
are falling in price, but bear in mind that 
thnse specifications are not as massive as 
they seem. I know many Amiga users who 
love the idea of having 4Mb RAM in their 
machines, but settling for a 4Mb PC means a 
really poor PC Not really able to multitask 
(Windows 95 needs at least 6Mb RAM to run 
WordPerfect 6.0 and a really small game), a 
pain in the neck when it comes to user- 
friendliness, and that nice PC salesman who 
smiles as he offers you a free 2QQMb hard 
drive isn't being that friendly - the disk will 
be full within two or three weeks. 

I agree that the good old A400CT is too 
expensive, but look at its specifications 
! 66040/25. 2Mb Chip, 4Mb Fast, Kickstart 
3.1. bags of colours, 1.2Gb SCSI hard drive, 
SCSI control lei and the tower case) and it 
doesn't seem so expensive. Just remember 
the old days (back to 1989) when a humble 
A200Q would set you back a massive £1259 
with 1Mb RAM, Kickstart 1.3 and a 66000. To 
get it up and running you needed at least a 
RAM expansion to get it to I Mb Chip and 
2Mb Fast, you needed an A2Q91 SCSI con- 
troller card and if you wanted that size hard 
drive it would set you back an awful lot of 



The man with the name that reminds 


you 

this 


of surfing poets is back with 
month's letter-filled mailbag 


money, I'm sure it would even exceed the 
A40DQT price of £2 1 99, 

I'm not saying the A40O0T i$ a gi ft ft really 
is a lot of money, but I think that people in 
business would pay it. For example, lake the 
great 3D modeller Real 30. The PC version 
of this product costs around £800, Add to 
this the cost of a PC with at least 1 6 Mb RAM 
and ! think you will agree, the A4O00T is 
worth considering. Don't forget that the 
Amiga really multitasks and in less RAM than 
a PC, and RAM makes machines expensive. 


Laugh 


Windows 95 looks good, but is actually 
worse to use than Workbench 1,3, Just laugh 
at all your PC-owning friends. Ask them what 
they have paid to be able to connect their PC 
to a video, then tell them what an Amiga to 
5CART cable costs. Just ask them the price 
they paid for their sou ndb lister and turn on 
your machine and play an eight track MED 
hcng while saying that the Amiga doesn't 
need anything to be able to make music.. 
Show what your computer can do r show 
them the excellent document publishers, the 
awesome drawing tools, the perfect music 
programs. But don't just show them r let 
them use your machine and see how easy 
it is. 

5o r Amiga users - stop crying and start 



TIQUE COLLECTOR 




My large Amiga software collection includes many ancient 
games like 'Empire - Wergame of the Century, 'AaarghT, 
'Kampfgcuppe' and 'Battle Tech 1 , IVe completed them all 
and they are now just sitting on my shelves gathering dust. 
This is a real shame because alt are in mint condition with 
their original boxes and instructions still in tact, 

A good friend has since told me that old games in such 
great condition can fetch up to £50 each if resold to other 
Amiga software collectors because they are so rare. Many 
of them, I'm sure r cannqt be found in shops and may have 
even been permanently deleted from the relevant compa- 
nies' 1 product lines, so they should be worth quite a bit of 


money. Is this true or have I been told a pack of lies about 
their true worth? 

David O'Conner, South Yorkshire 


1 think your friend has been pulling your leg. While 
some of your games might be considered classics, 1 
think it unlikely that people would want to pay large 
sums of money for them. 

However, if you keep them for, say r 40 or 50 years, 
then they might be worth as much as some Dinky toys 
are now to the right person. By the way. Empire, what a 
game! 




Amiga Computing 



Keep 
those tetters 
coming! If you 
can't he 
bothered to find 
a bit of paper and a stamp, 
why not e-mail us? Simply 
point your mailer to: 
ESP@acomp,demon,coMk 
There's a £SO pound prize for the 
best letter printed as an incentive 


buying. Show Escom they were right to buy 
Commodore. Show the world that the Amiga 
is capable of things the PC is only just start- 
ing to do. Show them that we were multi- 
tasking when they were still looking at green 
screens. Show them that multimedia was 
invented in the '80s, not the 90's, and take 
out your Amiga magazines. Read them on 
the bus, on the train, in the park, and let 
them seethe name of our computer, 

Bert Voider^ Den Andti r Netherlands 


The crowd roars with approval! Bert have 
you ever thought of going into politics? 
That last bit was definitely reminiscent of 
the "»,We will fight them on the beach- 
es.,/ speech by Churchill What you say is 
quite correct 1, for one, was quite disap- 
pointed when I learned of E scorn's pricing 
policy for both machines, but on reflec- 
tion, you are still getting one hell of a 
bang for your buck. 

Everybody always compares Amiga 
hardware pricing directly with PC hard- 
ware pricing, but as you say, the hardware 
is only the start of it. When it comes down 
to it the machine you buy should reflect 
what you want to do with it The Amiga Is 
also in the enviable position where, 
thanks to hardware like Emplant and soft- 
ware like ShapeShifter, it can emulate 
other machines and provide the best of all 
possible worlds. I hope you can get some- 
thing for your Amiga with the £50 prize 
that should be winging its way to you 


shortly. 


JANUARY 1996 


i 




E TIERS 



MIGA 
ADD-ONS 

After reading most of the Amiga magazines 
aver the last year or $o it has become obvi- 
ous that if you want add-ons lor your 
machine but don't own an A 1 2:00 or high- 
er, you are not important. ASF peripherals 
seem to be carried out on an A 1200. There 
are a lot of A 600 owners about and Tm 
sure that l am not the only one who looks 
to the press when looking for peripherals, 
but how do ! know how, or even rf r they 
will perform on my A6007 For instance, 
another magazine tested the HiQ multime- 
dia Powerstation, but on an A 1200, even 
though the A60Q also has a PCMCIA slot 
lust to be different, why not review 
peripherals or all compatible machines lift- 
ing any problems that might occur with 
tfiose that are not hooked up for the test 
That way you won't end up with a maga- 
zine called AMIGA COMPUTING if YOU 
HAVE AN A J 200 ORA40G0. 

I am very happy with my set up (A6GD, 
2Mb RAM, external floppy drive, Citizen 
ABC printer) and I will expand this one 
piece at a time as funds allow. Anyway, 
while I have your attention. I was reading 
the December issue of Amiga Computing 
and came across an advert from easterner 
which included an A6Q0 accelerator Can 
ygu please tell me if this is ever going to be 
reviewed in Amiga Computing? Finally, will 
the HiQ Powetstation with CD-ROM actual- 
ly work on an A6G0 and if so, with what 
limitations, 

Adrian A Taylor, Starnes 



I am glad you are happy with your A600. 
In these fast-moving times, it sometimes 
pays to remember that we should each 
have a machine that suits our needs and 
a lot of people don't actually need a 
4000T, graphics card and VLab Motion, 
As for what you are saying about the 
lack of A60Q information in qur reviews, 
I think we have to be careful, If a prod- 
uct will definitely only work with one 
particular type of Amiga then we will 
say so in our product box at the end of 
every review, otherwise you can pretty 
much figure on it working with 
any machine as long as it fulfils the 
rest of the criteria laid down in the 
aforementioned box. 

It isn't always possible for magazines 
to review a product on every machine 
that, has ever come out, we tend to 
restrict it to the machines we have up 
and running (which still includes a 4000, 
1200, 5600, 5Q00T and 2000) because 
there just isn't the time in our hectic 
schedule. If a product looks suitable for 
use on your A60Q, why not speak to the 
people who sent it to us for review? They 
are going to know just as much as we 
are likely to be able to tell you, and I 
would hope that they would know mqre. 
i/ the way, have a look in this issue for 
chat AG GO accelerator reviem. 


ull motion Amiga 


I am seriously thinking of buying ? new Amiga 1200 with hard drive. At the moment I own 
CD32 with FMV cartridge. Will I be able to connect my CD 52 to the Amiga 1200 and sti 
able to run CD32 software? Also, will l be able to run normal Amiga CD-ROM software this 
Would 1 be better off selling my CD 52 and buying a new CD-ROM drive (will I be able to bur. 
Mpeg card $0 1 can run Video CDs and Photo CDs?). 

Thank you for your excellent magazine and keep up the goad work. 

Mr S Shagal Si 

■ 

If you were to buy an AllOQ, it might be better for you to stay with the CD32 for now. Y 
will be able to connect the two machines using a serial cable and the software SERi 
This will allow you to access data CDs like the Aminet CDs, but not program CDs. Hoi 
you will still be able to use the CD 52 as it stands, so you wilt be able to run programs Cl 
or that. 

IF you do decide to ditch the CD32, your best bet would be to buy a CD-ROM drive If 
comes with a Squirrel interface. If you do r then, when HiSoffs new Mpeg expansion coi 
out you will be able to plug that into your CD-ROM drive. 


N 


EW YEAR, NEW MACHINE? 


I wonder if you can help me out, ! have 
owned an Amiga 500 since 1988 and am 
content with it. However, my internal disk 
drive is going out and the 1084 monitor 
flicks to black occasionally, so I would like to 
upgrade to a new system. The problem is, I 
need to do things that nty old 500, as config- 
ured, won't do, and I only have so much 



money. 

Now, what with Windows 95, I've been 
looking closely at a Pentium system and 
been studying how they work, realising the 
dvantages of things like IDO' RAM and 
Fpipdine-burst cache' as compared to the 
486. What 1 don't know is what it all means 
in comparison to the Amiga. Even so, I am 
awfully tempted to buy one of those 
Pentiums. 


However, I like to consider myself a loyal 
Amiga man and would prefer to stay 
with that machine. So what car I get for less 
than S30QQ that will enable me to do the 
following things? 

# Hook into the Internet 

* Communicate with the IBM world; read 
and write their disks, send e-mail, etc. 

B Translate Deluxe Paint and Kindwords fifes 
to the Windows OS 

• Capture full frame motion video from a 
variety of sources including S-VHS and out- 
put same 

# Let us use our existing hardware, mainly a 
ProGen genlock 

W And, of course, all the usual things like a 
CD-ROM drive and a monitor with a little 
propeller on top that turns when it heats up. 
Get the idea? 

The main uses for the computer that we 
have are to publish our science-fiction 
fanzine dedicated to the work of Phifip K 
Dick, and to output video straight to tape for 
broadcast on Public Access TV and straight to 
VHS. We also use the Amiga for general word 
processing and games, but we plan on mov- 
ing our act online so will need to open cer- 
tain of our files to public scrutiny as well as 
present a pleasant image. 

So, can you suggest an Amiga setup that 
will let me do all this for less than S3.QGQ? 

Dow Hyde, Kokomo, USA 


So, Dave, you want to buy a new Amiga' 
I'm going to have to go by UK pricing fc 
this answer, but I reckon we can build you 
quite a nice machine for $3000, Probabh 
your best bet, given youi requirements, 
would be to buy a second-hand A300C 
Don't go for a 16MHz machine, you should 
be able to get a 25MHz machine! fer 
around $950 with at least 6Mb 
RAM. This leaves you with enough 
cash to choose your next purchaser 
carefully. 

You could buy a graphics card and big 
monitor or, alternatively, you might warn 
to buy a VLab Motion, The VLab Motior 
will allow you to capture live video at 
3-Ofps and play rt back direct from a SCSI 
hard drive. You can add audio capabilities 
to the system with the Toccata card - the 
pair cost around £1500 or 2400 bucks, but 
you would have near-broadcast qualify, 
non-linear video editing. The closest 
equivalent on the f*C r I am told, is a I 
product which costs Somewhere near 
MOM. 

You will also be able to upgrade the 
Workbench on the 3D0D to 3.1 which 
would give you the ability to read and 
write PC floppy disks, and if you're lucky 
you might actually get an A3000 that 
conies with a high density floppy - quite a 
few in the States do* As for your word 
processor and paint package files, you can 
save Kindwords files out as ASCII, and 
DPaint files will need to be translated 
through a different package, but there is 
so much shareware out there to do thej 
job, you shouldn't have to spend any 
further cash on the job. 

As for the Internet side of things, nearly 
all the software you need for the Amiga is 
free or shareware, so you shouldn't have 
too many problems with that either. My j 
modem recommendation would be the US 
Robotics Courier v.everytbing one that 
most Internet providers use. 

Finally, it sounds as if what you want 
to do can still be best done on an Amiga, 
so you'll still be better off sticking with 
Amigas whatever you choose to do. 


Amiga Computing 


JANUARY ) 996 






Emplant - Macintosh and PC emulations. 


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' -croSystems mu-lipic.library supped 


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ARIADNE 


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A5SO II is the leading graphics card for aoy Zorro bas^d Amiga. Ths Workbench 
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QFXlab 24 


ftogrammed by: ftodfigo Reyes 
Available from: Pixei Digital PD 


CfXlab 24 is another shareware image pro- 
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French author Rodrigo Reyes has included 
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because ImageStudio 2.2, the latest version 
of another popular shareware image proces- 
sor, can do exactly the same things, So is 
there any difference between them) 

Well, my tests seem to suggest that 
ImageStudio has the edge in terms of speed 
and file formats supported, and it's got a 
more pleasant interface with floating 
requesters, more progress bars, and so on. 
However, GFXlab does boast some fancy 
effects that imageStudio does not currently 
have, and it supports multiple 'banks' or 

screens. 

At the end of the day therefore, whilst 
ImageStudio still comes out on top, GFXlab 
is a promising new challenger and a worthy 
purchase. It costs 90 French Francs to regis- 
ter. Bear in mind that you could buy regis- 
tered versions of both image processors, and 
you'd still have shelled out only a fraction of 
what it would cost to buy ADPro. 


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th at football management fans will love. 

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clock ticks away rather quickly, but it tan be 
paused at any time to enable changes in team 
tactics or the odd substitution. All matches tak- 
ing place in that competition on that day are 
shown on screen simultaneously, so you can 
keep track of the progress your rivals are mak- 
ing - a nice touch that even the king of the 
management sims, Championship Manager, 
doesn't boast. 

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ing £7,50 and available from the author, 
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zine includes three OctaMed modules lor 
your listening pleasure, and the usual range 
of readable articles. There are m usings on 
the future of the Amiga, opinions on 
OctaMed version 6, and anecdotes about the 
trials of purchasing suitable loudspeakers. A 


review section includes assessments 
Power Computing's CD-ROM drive and 
range of PD music modules. There are a 1 
the results of a competition which I wish 
known about in time to enter, because t 
prizes are pretty impressive (hand sconn 
and LCD televisions, for instance). 

For the truly dedicated OctaMed fans 
(or the merely curious), there are even a 
cles recounting How several Med Us 
Group members got started with tree 
music. Actually, to be honest this is proba 
the least interesting section of an otherwk 
fairly impressive magazine. 

Even if the subject matter won't appeal, 
everyone, this is a well produced effort, 
which it is clear a lot of time and energy hat 
been invested, 


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Produced by: Greenddl Technologies 
Available from: Seasoft 


Horses are expensive beasties to buy and 
maintain,, and caring for them requires a lot 
o# commitment and -dedication. It's helpful 
tfw i that such informative disks as this are 
available. 

Learn about chousing a pony, feeding and 
rooming it, keeping it in good health, and 
even protecting it against theft. Youf First 
Pony is a hyperbook product, combining 
: rtourful (if a little grainy) pictures with text 
J produce a bright, simple and effective 
vHerface, 

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^nd images which, if clicked on, lead to 
ther parts of this non-linear book. This sort 
_-t design is employed in many educational 
products these days, including Green dell 
technologies' own Spitfire and 
Messerschnnitt disks (reviewed in issue 90). 

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DMC stands for Disk Mag Creator, and this Gold edi- 
tion available for E7,49 (including P&P), is capable of 
producing some really impressive results, Ifs supplied 
on two disks, one of which contains the actual program 
and accompanying gubbins, whilst the second contains 


various helpful extras. Creating your own magazine is 
basically a process of editing the various ASCII index 
files on the first disk, and writing your own articles 
Fancy effects such as coloured text and embedded clip 
art images can be incorporated using various special 
codes in the text (a bit like the World Wide Web's 
HTML codes, only simpler), tfs also possible to reate 
split-screen articles, which are displayed in twc 
columns instead of a single column, and secret articles 
which can only be accessed by those who know a spe 

cial password, 

As you'd expect, DMC supports fancy inboduciory 
screens and lets you have ProTracker modules playing 
in the background. However, an added bonus for rhos* 
keen on making their production look unique is me 
option to redesign the user panel at the bottom t the 
screen. 

The extras on the second disk include some sam- 
ples to help get you started, and a cruncher program 
for compressing articles. Called CrunchMania, it's capa- 
ble of compacting files to around 50 per cent of their 
original size, which obviously means that a lot more 
articles can be crammed onto a floppy. There's also a 
really useful Artide Tester. This can display files you've 



ARLEY CAT 12: COWBOY CATS 




I want to hur frgm |nu if y ou have 
any program* whatever its purpose, 
which you consider worthy erf review. 
Whether it wff be freely distributable 
public domai^lshareware or licence- 
ware, H you feel it 1 ! of sufficient quali- 
ty to merit coverage then stick it in a 
J iffy bog or padd «4 envelope and send 
it in with all hastes.. Although Public 
Sector receives too many subrnfesions 
to cover then all i premiss IH at least 


to cover them all I premise IH at least 
look at your work - even if ffs yet 


another Lottery program or Klondike 
cardseL It dpU make my job a lot eas- 
ier though nUt^ks are cleat v* labelled. 
Please also include a cover letter 
detailing the disk contents and price, 
and giving Sonru basic instructions* 
llte magic address is: 


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already crunched without the need to load the main 
program, ft can also convert single column files to split 
screen format, and perform a few other effects which 
might otherwise require considerable editing of the 
original text file. 

The whole package is supplied with a realty useful 
manual which demystifies the magazine creation 
process. It's well written and highly informative, and 
runs to 28 pages. 

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own disk magazine engine when DMC is capable of 
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Produced by: Anthony Whitaker 
Available from: Roberta Smith DTP 


The latest of the excellent Charley Cat animations, this 
six- disk epic features our feline friend in a Wild West 
adventure. As ever, the animation and sound are 
superb and you could easily be forgiven for thinking 
you were watching a cartoon on television. 

Mr Whitaker thinks the animation should run on all 
A \ 200s. However, H you've got sufficient extra memory 
and hard drive space I'd definitely recommend copying 
all the disks onto a partition, making a few assigns, and 
then running the animation from there. Running the 
cartoon from a single floppy drive means plenty of disk 
swapping and some lengthy loading times. It's really 



H Charley the C*V* back tor trim 
twelfth animated adventure 


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worth the effort of setting things up, because this is one 
of the best animations I've seen in a long time. If you 
like the cartoon (and I certainly think you will) then 


please send the two pounds shareware fee the author 
is requesting,, as this is the sort ol production we 
definitely want to see again in the future. 


Amiga Computing 


JANUARY 1996 


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HE CLIP ART SLIDE SHOW 

Produced by: PD Power This is a slideshow of 99 dip art images on one disk. The quality of 
Available from: PD Power images ranges from excellent to pathetic, and the subject matter veers 

from cartoon characters (the Flintstones and other Hannah -Bathe ra 
stars through to some Disney creations) to maps, and even 
Christmassy stuff. The problem here is that there's no attempt to organise the images in any way. 
They are presented one after another in no obvious order, so when images do catch your eye 
you've got no idea what the file name is, or even whether it's the only picture on that theme. 
Looking at the disk directory later in the hope of some revealing file names will prove fruitless - the 
images are numbered from COO to C98, so trying to actually put these pictures to practical use is 
going to involve carefully going through the disk, renaming and reorganising the files after you’ve 
viewed them. 

Anyway, if you've got the time and the inclination to go to this sort of effort, this might be worth 
getting hold of. It's not the only PD Clip Art disk guilty of such lack of organisation (indeed, most of 
them do!) but the fact that the re are SB other images here for that important one to hide amongst 
can prove frustrating. 



Qaunted by you 1 

Another lottery program, I'm afraid. Challenge Logic's Cop Th< 
Lot Pro has reached version 3.0 r and the registered version 
complete with an attractive presentation box r costs a fiver. Frt 
your money you get a database of numbers drawn so far, a fii 
predictor called Skeptic Skeav, a random number generate^ 
and plenty of letters from people who are already using th 
program. It's all nicely done, and apart from the irritating ned 
to disable CPU caches before running it on AGA machines, thi 
is one of the better predictor programs. 

Finally, back in issue 92 I reviewed issue one of the Etfrern* 
Amos disk magazine, and stated that it can be obtained hoi 
public domain libraries around the country. In actual fact, it c<r 
only be obtained from Cad Drinkwater at the moment am 
cheques for El should be made out to him. I$sue two is no* 
available as welL 



GOLD 


VOLUME 1 


Compiled by: VI2-PD 
Avarlabie from: V12-PD 



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like Lemminqs T either. Honest 


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Three top games on four disks for just two quid. Isn't PD 
marvellous? 

Here we have MASH, Nicky 2 and Chaneques. MA5H Is a 
Warmz variant (or, according to the author, Wormi is a 
MASH clone). One person can play against the computer, 
or two chums can pit their wits against one another - 
either way, the objective is to destroy your enemy's base, 
At your disposal you have tanks and spuds, the latter being 
smalt mobile ground troops with a wide range of weaponry 
and abilities. MASH has decent graphics, passable sound, 
and enough excitement to hold the attention for a while- 

Then there's Nicky 2, which l J m sure used to be avail- 
able commercially- This is a polished platformer with styl- 
ish graphics and animation, suitably cheesy sound effects 
and plenty of runny-jumpy-blasty gameplay. It's not going 



O iHcSiw many can budff 

flying due k rides? Micky 2 can! 


to set the world on fire, but it r s a bargain at this price and 
will provide plenty of entertainment. 

As for Chaneques, l can't really give a considered 
assessment because I got completely stuck on only the 
second level. Suffice it to say ifs a platform puzzler which 
is vaguely reminiscent of Lemmings- You control three 
individual characters with differing abilities and have to 
negotiate various screens, collecting objects by pushing 
them into convenient extra -dimensional gateways. It's 
bizarre, but it looks quite good - if only i could see what 
lies beyond the second screen. 

Anyway, Vl 2-PD seem to think this package represents 
pretty good value for money, and I'm inclined to agree 
with them. They're selling their 2-disk catalogue for just 
25p too. 



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Questions questions 


I have an A600 with 2Mb of Chip 
RAM and Workbench 2,05, and have 
a few questions. 

in my PC slot (we cannot be 
bothered saying PCMCIA anymore) 
one of the pins has broken off and one is 
bent. Is there any way of fixing it? 

Can I upgrade my Kickstart version to 5.0 
so it is the same as a A 1 200? 

Is there any interface like the Squirrel that 
will work with the parallel port because 1 
already have a couple of things which I keep 
switching over? 

Are there any accelerators which will 
work with my A&OQ or do I have to buy a 
At 200 to get one? 

Would I be better off if 1 bought a CD32 
and connected it to my A600, or to buy a 
CD drive for it. I have considered the CD32 
because you can add a FMV card to it 
If you had the option of getting a second 
hand CD32 now and a Zip drive foT 
Christmas, or saving your money until 
Christmas and then getting a A 1200, which 
would you choose? 

Also, what is the best and what is the 
cheapest way of connecting a CD 3 2 to an 
Amiga? Is there a program which can trick 
my A600 into thinking its got an AGA 
chipset while actually accessing the AGA 
chips from a CD32 which is connected? 

In what format are PhotoCD pictures and 
which, if any, art packages can you load 
them into? 

Which port in the Amiga will the new Zip 
drive plug into, and does the Zip drive act as 
a disk drive or a hard drive? Wit! it be able to 
run hard drive installable games? 

What is the cheapest 3D package I can 
get 1 already have Expert 5D Junior but 
don't think this is very good. Also, are there 
any PD disks which have any models that 
can be loaded into Expert 3D Junior? 

When I create an AmigaGuide 1 cannot 
get my text to word wrap - how can I solve 
this problem? 

j Chapman, Cambridgeshire 


* 

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Hang on aren't you our pro- 
duction editor? No seriously, 
1 will answer you're ques- 
tions in the order they came. 



Not really, it would 
be pretty tricky to just 
replace the PC slots. When we 
needed one of ours repairing, Wang just 
replaced the mother board. 

No you cannot upgrade to 3.0, but you 
can to 3.1 which is slightly improved over 
the A 1 ZOO'S version. Blittersoft are 
currently the official suppliers. 

There is an Australian product that 
allows you to fit a SCSI interface via the 
parallel port but currently it is not avail- 
able in this country - perhaps it will 
appear in the future. 

An 020 accelerator is going to be 
released for the A600 by Gasteiner. This 
will be an 25MHi 020, but if you want to 
go faster than this you will have to buy an 
A 1200. 

As for your CD32 questions, the only 
way to use the CDJ2 with another com- 
puter is tD connect It via the parallel port 
using some thing like Connector. This is 
always going to be slower than a dedica- 
ted SCSI CD drive- Using this set there Is 
no way you tan get the A&nO to use the 
AGA chipset, and if you could your pro- 
grams would run horribly slowly, 

if you are looking to upgrade your OS 
and get an accelerator, you really should 
consider upgrading to an A1200. The new 
software pack has a ton of high quality 
software with it. 

Doing this you get the OS upgrade, an 
accelerator, and the AGA chipset in one 
package, you also have a much greater 
range of options when it comes to future 
upgrade options. If you want a SCSI inter- 
face you can get a Squirrel or plump 
for one of the accelerators with a SCSI 


Qevious devices 

1 am having great difficulty in making my 
A40QO/ECQ30 recognise and mount an internal 
, Toshiba XM-S3Q1 & CD-ROM drive ! have just 
installed. The ID of the CD has been set to 2 to 
avoid any conflict with the IDE drive which seems to 
be set-up as zero. 

The SC5I Interface I am using is the GVP A4C08 SCSI 
card and I have used the AmiCORom program to set-up all 
the necessary system files and auto mount the CD-ROM as 
CDO; and the CD is terminated. 

On booting the system, the CP's busy light Slashes six 
times and then the CD-ROM handler produces an error say- 
ing 'Cannot open scsi .device' unit 2'. On aborting, the rest 
of the system loads in fine, I have checked the board and 


Another bunch of worried 

get their Amiga-relate 

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problems ironed out by 


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all the connections, but everything seems fine. 

Reg Battle, Halt 

You have done everything correct apart 
from one tiny little detail. The GVP board 
does not use the scsi.device. When you 
used the installer with AmiCDRom there 
should have been an option to use the gvpscsi-devke. 
This is the correct device to use. 

You can either alter the current CD0: DOS drive, at 
reinstall the AmiCDRom software. Another useful piece 
of software is SCSI mounter. This lets you view what 
SCSI devices are attached to a specified device driver, 
and will help you clear up any similar future problems, 


interface option. Surprisingly, PhotoCDi 
are in PhotoCD format. Basically, the main 
feature of PhotoCDs is that a single picture 
comes in a number of screen resolutions 
ranging from 192x128 to 3072x2048. 

You normally get a software PhotoCDi 
viewer when you get a CD drive, which 
should allow you to save off an iff image. 
There is also a datatype available, but onl> 
for Workbench 3 users and up. 

The Zip drive is a SCSI device, so you 
need to get a SCSI interface, and the cor 
reel leads, before you could use il 
Basically, the Zip drive is a removable hai 
drive and the way AmigaDOS works, di: 
drives and hard drives are both the sai 
things, apart from the interfaces they u! 
So yes, you can run hard drive installabl 
games from a Zip drive. 

Well Imagine 2 and Real 3D vl ha 1 
both turned up on a certain magazine i 
cover disk that we sometimes pain our 
selves with reading. If you missed thei 
you should be kicking yourself. Cinema 41 
is a very nice package for El 99, but y< 
really will need to think about an aecelei 
tor, whatever package you want to use. 

Putting the keyword @ WORDWRAP ne, 
the beginning of your AmigaGuide cm 
■singly cures your problem, but that uni 
works under Workbench 3. Is that it, 
more questions? 


u 


PGRADE 


l currently looking t0 upgrade 
system and would like to know a ii 
tie more about big box AnnigL- 
Ideally, I would like an A4000, 
even to buy a standard erne is out of 
pfi.ee range. However, 3 second-hand Ai5( 
A2G0O r A30GQ- may be possible. 

What l would like to know H that whi 
using A30&0 AGA, is necessary if you use 
RTG card such & the Cybervision64 or \\ 






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i Where can I get CGM clipait from? 3 have Word worth 3.1SE and am fed up with 

1 the poor, jagged print quality of bitmap graphics in my documents. I am aware 
that Digit* sell CGM dipart but feel this is expensive compared to the amounts of 
data that can be stored on a CD. Dp you know any CDs that have CGM clipart on 
them? I also have lots of EPS clipart, but as Word worth 3-TSE doesn't support it, is 
there any way to convert them all? 

Secondly, where can i get a colour VGA monitor from, and how much will it post? I cur- 
rently use a colour television but am fed up with the poor picture quality especially when 
doing DTP work. 

Gareth Moyle 

Perhaps a little idea there for Digita - put all your dipart onto CD. 
E.M.Computergraphic are about to release their Phase 2 CD which will 
include CGM dipart, along with a Jot of other DTP- related material 
As far as I know, there is no program that will convert EPS to CGM, 
Your only option would be to convert the EPS to a bitmap, but this really 
misses the point of having the EPS files in the first place. 

You could buy a VGA monitor from any Amiga or PC shop - just make sure it accepts 
the Amiga DblPAL scan rates and you get the correct leads. You would really be best 
off getting one of the Amiga -specific monitors because you are assured of getting a 
monitor which will work properly. 


r casso II, and now the Blizzard 2060 is 
• ■ a liable what r if any,, are the advantages of 
owning an A4QQQ? 

The main idea is that as funds become 
■reliable, 1 will be able to improve my sys- 
tem. I do not play games much but would 
ke to be able to do some good quality 
raphics works and ray tracing, along with a 
lew other minor things. 

I do remember reading that an A120Q 
lower will have the Zorro ill slots needed to 
^ RIG cards. If so, is this another option I 
wld consider, or haw I got the wrong end 
of the stick? 

Cotin Reeve, Lincoln 


It is important when consid- 
ering such an upgrade that 
you now exactly what you 
will want your new system to 
be capable ol The A3000 is not AG A, but 
the main disadvantage in not owning an 
AG A machine is that you will not be able 
to play AGA games, or use programs that 
make direct use of the AGA chipset - the 
two main programs being DPaint and 
Scala, 

If you are considering using the 
Cybervision £4 you will need to buy 
a machine with Zorro III slot, which 
would restrict you to an A300Q or A4000, 



UESTIONS 


QUESTIONS II 



Do you have a prob- 

/em? Do you some- 

M times find yourself 

■ W^k P°* s *d over your 

Bp I Amiga with axe in 

hand, spouting pro- 
fanity p| the stubborn refusal of your so A wore or hard- 
ware to behave property? 

Welt, calm down and swap the axe for pen and paper, 
jot down your problems, along with a description of your 
Amiga setup, and send it off to Amiga Computing Advice 
Service, IDG Media, Media House? Adlington Park , 
Macclesfield SKtQ 4NP . Alternatively, e-maii as at 
A CAStpiacanip.deman.ca.uk 


but if you are planning to buy a 050 aozel 
erator such as the Cyberstorm,, a plain 
A300G is not big enough - only an A3 000 
tower will fit the bill and these are very 
rare. 

An A2QQG r along with a Blizzard 2060 
and a Picasso H, would make a pretty awe- 
some set-up for a graphic artist. You wall 
need to make sure you have Workbench 
3.1, so you can have a 25 6 colour 
Workbench, and a Megachip upgrade 
would also be very handy, allowing you to 
have the full 2Mb of chip memory. The 
only advantage gained in owning a A40QD 
would be having Zorro III slots and the 
AGA chipset. 

If you can live without these then a 
A200Q would be just as good an option. 
The A 1200 tower only conies with Zorro II 
slots, but will give you a similar set-up to 
having an A2000. However, you automati- 
cally have an IDE interface on the A1200 
mother board, the AGA chipset and T of 
course Workbench 3, so St Is an option yny 
may want to consider. 


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I have a standard A4GQD/EC 030, and while my system has one version 
of Setpatch and the coburwheelgadget, I have come across others. My 
version of Setpatch is 39.6 while the other version I have come across bs 
40.16. 

When run, there seems to be a large difference in what the newer 
version actually does. What are the enhancements and would l notice? 

I have a Star LC-10 printer and would like to know how to get Multi View to 
print out in colour? 

Why doesn't someone develop a cheap graphics board to gives the SVGA 
capabilities you get on the PC. All 3 want is a stable resolution that is the same 
for everything - games, requesters and applications. The A 3000 had something 
like this, did: it not f 

Will the AGA machines be upgradable in all areas such as audio and video in 
future specifications, short of changing the motherboard, and might it be a 
cheaper option? 

Who decides upon the titles that appear in your journal and where do they get 
their inspiration from? 

Tom Haslam r Leicester 


The 39.6 version of Setpatch is the original one you get with 
Workbench 5- This new 4Q.I6 version comes with 3J, but was 
also distributed along with the Commodore developer disks. As 
far as I know, Setpatch is freely distributable, and as you State, 
even if you use the patch you probably will not notice the difference. 

Generally, you should use a newer version of any file, but this does not 
necessarily mean you will see any difference. The main use of Setpatch is to 
correct hugs or mistakes in the operating system, so it can potentially correct 


some vital bug. Also, if you have an AGA machine, one function performed is 
to kick In the extra features of the AGA chip set. 

How do you print in colour? Well if selecting Colour In the PiinterGfx 
preferences does not da the trick,. I cannot really help much more. 

The main reason that a SVGA will not be specifkaly produced for the 
Amiga is that the company would probably go bust The Picasso is the clos- 
est thing you will get to a cheap SVGA card on the Amiga. The plain fact is 
that PC cards get a much much wider distribution and there is a lot more 
competition which has driven the price so low. You should also remember 
that you normally get software thrown In with Amiga boards. 

Currently fs seems that Amiga Technologies will be fairly busy developing 
a new RISC based Amiga. This will involaue porting the Operating System to 
run on the new process®. 

If a new chipset is developed I doubt there will be an upgrade path for 
Al 200 owners. On the A4GCQ front it maybe possible for a card to be made 
but it would mean Amiga Technologies would have to use some of their 
resources developing an upgrade card, and those resources would be better 
spent on any new machine. 

As far the A3 000, it had a flicker fixer built in as standard, not a graphics 
card. It would have been very handy if the A40Q0 came with one, as you could 
use standard PAl/NTSC modes in Hi- res laced without the annoying flicker. 
Commodore however side-stepped this by employing the scan 
doubled software solution which gives us the very slow DblPAL screen modes. 

Normally the writer of the article is inspired by copious amounts of alco- 
hol while down the pub This helps them think up a hilarious headline which 
is then savagely and mercilessly chopped and changed by our lovely 
production editor. 


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fncyt/optierf^ d/io frwr a poorer of 
Smarts - one Is Mercury 

• and their mission details),, including 
which is due to launch in 1 997 and is 
Sitt: explore Jupiter. 

1m are also speculative chapters on the 
pc- . b rttes of the existence of 
' terrestrial life and phan- 
planets that 

momers have 
to exsst - like 
counterweight 
Or planet 
mis, It then 
on tg examine 
V F objects in the 
i.erse in quite 
-• ~e detail and 
■«r illy p there are 
•indices dealing 
astronomical defini- 
te^. people in astronomy 
ire (he brightest satellites and 
r^-roids in our skies. As you can 
that's quite a fea- 
M for a text book 
i could have filled 
entire spread for this review detailing the 
Carters that go to make rt up. 
ta how does the program itself compare to 
s offering? Well, on first appearances it 
tecks up pretty well. Digital Universe uses all 
the latest theories on planetary motion 
(V5OP07) which means it is accurate to with- 
in S arcsecond (l/36O0th of a degree) - 
Important at great distances. Digital Universe 
iiso accurately calculates the orbil$ of all our 
r >-ar system^ planet's moons. 

if you are worried about not having enough 
t“- iook at, fear not Digital Universe contains, 
** standard, the Yale Bright Star catalogue, the 
1- ^ithsonian Astrophysical Observatory cata- 
Icgut. Messier's deep $ky objects, the NGC 
* 000.0 catalogue and databases for cometary 
rtHts, asteroid orbits, and earth orbiting satel- 
lites. Now that gives you a total yield of well 
over a quarter of a million skybound objects 


O Rhea * one of 00 / iolar tnm*t 
prettier mopiii, nrhiting Saturn 

to peer at If that isn't enough, you can call 
me Charlie, strap me to a Saturn 5 and send 
me into orbit. 

In addition. Digital Universe has user-defin- 
able latitude and longitude set- 
tings. These are essentia! to 
any astronomy package, 
but Digital Universe 
takes the process one 
step further by also 
asking you for the 
altitude and air term 
perature Of your 
location. Thi$ is a 
consideration if you 
want to deal with 
effects like the refrac- 
tion caused by the 
atmosphere distorting 
the true location of the 
objects you are looking at 
Digital Universe can also coirectly 

n * *ttf think that Digital Universe should have d ^ ^ ' W * P 

the picture of him wttdktRg hft tongira aut an ° nutation, which 

both deal with the slight 
wobble that all planetary bodies are subjected 
to by the gravitational pull of other objects; 
proper motion, which deals with the fact that 
the constellations we can see change over 
time due to the fart that they are changing 




O Triton - the mast godforsaken outpost of the 
saior system., there Isn't even a MacDonalds 



OLOUR LIMITATION 


"re aspect that is a hit of a let down is the quality of the images that come with Digital 
averse, Rather than the supplied ? 6 colour or HAM files, it would be much nicer to have 24- 
bit pictures saved in Jpeg or PNG format r which would then be degraded by Multfviews 
Datatypes to a colour resolution which best exploits each individual machine, rather than aim- 
ng for the fewest common denominator. This would bump the install set even further ; of 
course, but if you are willing to install I 7Mb of files, I'm sure you wouldn't mind installing 
25Mb. 

But why nof go the whole hog and release the software an CD? Then you wouldn't hove to 
be limited by a floppy distribution, and this software is so good I'm sure anyone with even the 
. agues! interest m astronomy would be willing to buy a CD-ROM drive in order to use it. 



their relative positions to one another because 
they are all moving; and aberration, a correc- 
tion applied due to the difference between the 
speed of the earths motion through space and 
the light reaching us from space. 

Digital Universe isn’t yet perfect no matter 
how glowing a review I have given it so far. It 
would be great to have off-planet views like 
Distant Suns has had for quite some time, and 
its speed isn't quite up to scratch. On another 
front, the only time I could get Digital Universe 
to crash was when it was running on a Picasso 
screen, which doesn't bode well as Digital 
Universe is the sort of program that would 
really shine given a higher resolution screen 
and more coIouts to play with. 



Qonclusion 



Digital Universe is a nova tn the heavens r 
It is by far the most professional piece of 
software I have seen for a long time and 
for a first version it is incredibly complete. 
It is a bit s/ow on the update, partkufarfy 
when you have lots of objects in the sty, 
hut with more and more people having an 
accelerator these days , it shouldn't pose 
too much of o problem, 
i would love to see ftjfi/re revisions of 
the software ditch the floppy install set and 
proceed directly onto CD-ROM (it would 
probably be cheaper too), which would 
open up the way for more , better quality 
images and even animations. Finally, i 
would say that Digital Universe is probably 
the biggest bang yau are likely to find, 
especially for your buck. 


Bottor- 



Requirements 


RED essertha/ BLACK recommended 



Hard drive ram Kickstsrt 


Product 

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Amiga Computing 


JANUARY / 996 







O robably since the dawn of 
mankind, people have talked op 
at the night sky in wonder at the 
points of light hanging there in the 
blackness. Creek philosophers like Aristotle 
waxed lyrical about the fether, and the gener- 
ally held belief was that the earth was the cen- 
tre of the universe and that every other body 
revolved around it in the heavens, By l 34BC r 
Hipparchus had managed to catalogue some 
850 stars and in ADI .50, Ptolemy created a 13 
volume epic called Mathematike Syntaxis 
which expanded on Hipparchus' work and 
was to be the foundation of all astronomy for 
the next 1400 years. 

Then,, in 1543 r Copernicus dared to ques^ 
lion the established belief that the sun and alll 
the other planets and stars revolved around 
the earth. Unfortunately, his premise relied on 
the parallax effect we know so well from com- 
puter games, which could not be easily 
observed with the instruments of the time. But 
in 1608 a Dutchman named Han$ Uppershey 
invented a tool called the telescope and 
astronomy really exploded 
Callileo is probably the most famous 
astronomer for trying to confirm the 
Copernican theory of heliocentricity (object 
revolving around the sun, rather than geocen- 
tricity, where objects are revolving around the 
earth). But he was forced to renounce his the- 
ories by the Inquisition and placed under 
house arrest until he died in 1642. 

Space race 

The progress of astronomy has been rapid 
ever since, with names like Kepler r Newton, 
Herschei Einstein and Hawking, and the dis- 
covery of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, quasars 
and black holes, The Hubble Space Telescope, 
with its inherent advantage of being unen- 
cumbered by gravity and the earth's atmos- 
phere, is already bringing us pictures of 
unequalled clarity and data from the furthest 
reaches of space, Ten years ago, if you wanted 
to image data horn space you had to book 
extremely expensive time on a mainframe 
computer, Now there is Digital Universe for 
your AmigaL 

l r m not going to say that Digital Universe is 
like no other package on the Amiga because 
the pedants among you will point out the fact 
that Distant Suns is also an astronomy pack- 
age. However, the depth of detail in Digital 
Universe far outstrips that in Distant Suns as I 
shall endeavour to explain. 

For a start, I believe that Distant Suns 
comes on a grand total of five disks, a figure 
somewhat swamped by Digital Universe's 



i”J An atmospheric anomaly m 

frigid and thin atmosphere 



boldly goes 
where no 
man has 
gone before 


Jargon 

D O X 

Itadypr - vyye.Yitm- 

duced Wrfi 1 : A.Q C,\Vl :7i-p 

iradWs far boding fte 
type*, to theory, any program ay: 
aSc itafflOpes for bodiog ites, thus 
asswfcj a asftrTHwdfe forafeem 
foot 

rfjC fQfmat - uteri Ur-ifttf fob 
CompuServe ika r ft hod to pay r^ti L 
ftes ihr ufatv; foe Gt- graphic . 5 for- 
mat the seonfo wets on fa a free 
i^tacflrnwi flNG tf 0 compact 
gyaphtcs formal that cai bar, -die up 
I Vj 48-ttf irfytr, aompfess/an, 

and may other features. 
Jhe only sohiwve te- sL i flp&T flYG io 
fat fir- foe An 19a c dbtnro% 
Pennant Patnl QoantO have tf&O 
Maeed u PNG dbtafy&e Pita the 
domefto. 

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IvjMXf ittffoe , r Pvieii , 1 but fyjst 
mPted to Jknatf what if 

wrt j A j PQfy?c k the d&tince at 
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(fctnnce fran the rartft to the fkP) 
tippttFK to raw cti drfrj i titcsec- 
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iiite Coot huh? 


fourteen (yes, you do need a hard drive). This 
is mainly because Dan Charfois, the author, 
has decided to map the planets and moons in 
our solar system to the best of his abilities and 
the available data. This means that rather than 
looking at a static bitmap when you 100 m into 
Jupiter, you are actually looking at the mapped 
surface of the planet itself (yes,. I know that it 
isn't the surface you see through a telescope 
but clouds, but you get the idea. Perhaps I 
should have chosen Mars?) which will rotate 
in time. You can actually watch Venus* almost 
interminable day take place (equivalent to 243 
earth days and actually longer than its year of 
225 earth days) r at an accelerated pace of 
cooise! 

All these bitmaps for the planets' surfaces 
are one thing, but another expense in terms of 
hard drive space is the on-line encyclopaedia 
which gives details about pretty much 
anything you could wish to know. This 



fi Saturn's rings, moo rr md surface in beautiful 
detail courtesy af Digifni Universe 


encyclopaedia alone would be worth the pne 
charged for Digital Universe, so its an ads* 
bonus to get such a good looking planetar u 
package to go with it, 

If, like me, you don't much go for reacte 
vast amounts of text off the screen, you cqj 
always stump up the extra SSS-odd you ha 
to pay for It What you get for that money is 
ring-bound, 70Ci-page volume delineating i 
that is in the AmigaCuide online encydop 
dia, but presented in a manner that won 
allow you to browse it on the train. 

Section guides I 

The encyclopaedia is split into several mi 
sections detailing the history of astronomy ( 
far, general principles, laws and guide! ^ 
used by astronomers today, a detailed gun 
to every planet and moon in our solar systei 
all the- spacecraft that h-ave thus far bei 



H Otfs entyctopaedia ijuYiss you details of 
every spat* flifoston there ever was 


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JANUARY 1996 





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O he one thing that puts your 
Amiga above rival home com- 
puters is its versatility, power, 
m and ease of use, and certainly 

®s most attractive feature is Workbench - 
,+ ie Amiga operating system's graphical 
jser interface (GUI). Both Apple Macintosh 
±nd Microsoft have, and still are, desper- 
ately trying to emulate Workbench but 
have consistently failed miserably. 

You may have noticed the recent 
Microsoft advertising campaign in which 
punters gasp in awe at Windows 95 r s mul- 
’“tasking capabilities. Wefl, your Amiga ha$ 
been equipped with true multitasking since 
day dot and, unlike Windows, doesn't crash 
every five minutes. With all this power at 
*and, it is surprising, though, that many 
new and old Amiga owners still don't fully 
appreciate ot understand the true capabifi- 
and user-friendliness of their machine's 
boot-end. 

What this article will do is explain the 
many hints and tips that will make your 
‘ relationship with your Amiga a personal 
end rewarding one. With perseverance 



these techniques should eventually 
become second nature, and I guarantee 
you will find working with Amiga 
Workbench quicker, more flexible and, 
more importantly, fun. The different sub- 
jects have been provided in such a way as 
to provide you with a quick reference to 
particular topics without having to wade 
through heaps of non- related text. 


Turbo-charge your way around 
Workbench and Amiga DOS with 
Steve White, revealing hints 
and tips for true Amiga harmony 



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rs more adwl**bfm to 
uso a paint package 
which tea fur* j more 
drawmi? tools than 
the former 


■‘/hen you first bad Workbench it looks rather dull. 
However, the real powerhouse behind Workbench is 
hs flexibility of design, allowing you to change its 
appearance to suit your personal requirements, 

You can change the look of icons and indeed the 
Workbench backdrop and windows by running the 
appropriate program in your Prefs drawer. Drawing 
icons in konEdit isn't a good idea though and it's 
Quicker to design them in a paint package such as 
Delute Paint. 

Two icons are needed - one for when not selected 
:id another for selected. Grab each Icon as a brush 
3 id save them to the RAM Disk. You can then load 
diem into konEdit as images in the indicated selected 
#nd non-selected slots. All you then need to do is save 
T by selecting the program you want the icon for in 
the save requester, and clicking Okay. Remember that 


there are different icons for different file types. You 
must select the appropriate icon type from the Type 
menu in IconEdit before you save it. A full list and 
explanation of icon types is available in your 
Workbench manual. 

The WBPattern program is slightly different in that it 
doesn't allow you to design backdrops, only select 
them. You can use your paint package again here in 


order to create a suitable image. There are two ways 
you can design backdrops - full screen or brush. Full 
screen is just that, a full screen backdrop, and brush is 
simply a section of the screen that is grabbed as a 
brush and tiled by WBPattem over your Workbench or 
windows. The benefits of brush pattern tiling are obvi- 
ous as they don't take as much hard drive or floppy 
disk space as full screen patterns. 



□ 

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Workbench is initially neatly tucked away in drawers but as you become 
more confident you will find yourself calling on certain programs time 
and time again. Wading through drawee every time eventually becomes 
annexing but Workbench offers an easier way to access commonly used 
srogrsms. 

You can keep any icon type out on the Workbench desktop by simply 
kicking once on the icon and selecting Leave Out from the Icons menu., 
This doesn't move the icon but simply instructs Workbench to show it on 
the desktop rather than the previous location. You cannot delete an icon 
A-hile on the desktop so you need to put it back where it came from by 

clicking it once and select- 
ing Put Away from, the 
Icons menu. 


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program simply move It to 
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A tidy Workbench is a happy Workbench and 
a happy Workbench is a happy user. Once 
you start creating your drawers and copying 
and deleting files, youll realise that 
Workbench can soon become cluttered, 
especially drawer contents. 

You can keep your desktop and window 
neat and tidy by selecting all the icons and 
then selecting Snapshot All from the Window 
menu. Snapshot fixes the icon to the posi- 
tion you specify. A better way to do this is to 
use keyboard short-cuts which allow you to 


perform functions without needing to use 
the mouse. 

All keyboard short-cuts are accessed first 
by holding down the right Amiga A key to 
the right of the Space bar and pressing the 
appropriate key (keyboard short-cuts are 
also known as Hotkeys), You can find all the 
appropriate short-cuts alongside the menu 
item they represent. For example, right 
Amiga A and . (full stop) cleans up the con- 
tents of a window, right Amiga A and A 
selects all the files in a window. 


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Qow YOU SEE IT. 

When you open a df^wef on Workbench, programs and further 
drawers are shown by their attached icon, But not ail programs 
and drawers have icons and initially, these don't show up. 

if you find yourself looking for a particular item which 
doesn't appear to exist sefectthe Show - All Files option in the 
window menu. The result of this is that Workbench attaches 
temporary icon images for any files and drawers that don: 
hatie an kon of their own. You can then interact with them in 
the same way you can with normal icons. If you snapshot the 
drawer with the Show - Ail files option selected it will stay this 
way permanently, o'r until you change it back to Show - Only 
fecons. 



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they can A^sJfy be w#wid by chflpsiuf to 
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When create a new drawer 
Workbench automatically attaches an 
Icon to it - this is also what happens 
when you format a disk. Thankfully, these 
icons aren't written into the Amiga's 
chips and can therefore be changed to 
other icons of your choice, 

These icons, known as default icons, 
are read by Workbench from the Sys 
directory (drawer) which can be found in 
the Prefs/Env-Archive, All the default 
icons are preceded by def_ and end 
with r info (indicating an icon) - tor exam 
pie, def.drawei.info, del tool. info, 
def disk. info etc, 

With this knowledge, you can create a 
new icon as explained in the Window 
Dressing section, select the correct icon 
type, and then save it over the original 
def icon in Prefs/Env-Archive/Sys. 


[Jntuition 



RUE MULTITASKING 


Unlike other home computers, the Amiga has boasted true multitasking 


since it was first released many years ago. Multitasking may not appear 
very useful to the beginner but as your experience increases it .soon 
becomes a powerful aily. 

Multitasking allows you to run several programs at once without your 
Amiga choking and eventually crashing. You can switrfi between programs 
by clicking on the depth gadget at the top-right corner of each screen, but 
a far simpler and quicker way is to use the keyboard short-cut right Amiga 
A and M, This switches between program screens without you having to 


use the mouse- 


Qunning 


You will notice a drawer on your 
Workbench disk called WBStartup. This 
drawer i$ used to automatically load pro- 
grams every time Workbench boots 
(loads). 

Therefore, if you want to run a particular 
program of youf choice when Workbench 
loads, simply drag it into the WBStartup 
drawer using the mouse. In order to load 
successfully, the program you drag into 
WBStartyp must have an icon attached- 


Shell | 

The Shell is your interface to the Amit 
DOS (Disk Operating System) and 
located in the System drawer. If you ai 
exploring Amiga DOS you may be inte 
ested to know that you don't have 1 
load Shell up every time you want i 
enter a DOS command. 

If you look in the Workbench menu c 
your desktop you will notice an optic 
entitled Execute Command. Gy selectii 
this. Workbench provides you with < 
Intuition window in which you can ty| 
any DOS commands just as you would 
the Shell, Execute Command is so usel 
that I rarely use the Shell anymore, 

— - 

Enter (manl srni its Aroints; 

| w iFilj/StartrStgimiH tuTP 

jy M 

O The fiatutt Comirantf-H- function 
in the Workbench menu i* •* q-uiclc 
a^ternfllivt fa (he Shell 


Wot onfy does your Amiga have a Workbench 
but also Intuition, used by Workbench to 
communicate with you, the user. It consists 
of windows containing different types of but- 
tons; gadgets and images that allow you to 
interact with Workbench comfortably and 
with relative ease. 

Most of your Intuition experience will be 
involved with clicking buttons and entering 
text A quick way to delete text in a gadget is 
to use the keyboard short-cut right Amiga A 
and X which will delete all the text at once. 
The only other alternative is to tap away at 
the Delete or Backspace key until the text is 
erased- 


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Most programs that come with Workbench utilise loofTypes. If you elide once on the Poin 
program's icon bnd then select Information... from the Icons menu you will see a list 
ToolType definitions below the icon image. 

These ToolTypes ate used by the program and also by Intuition to control how the p 
gram works. If you have copied a program to the WGStartup you may have noticed t 
when Workbench loads, a requester appears stating that the program ?7? has not quit yet 

To stop this in future you need to add the DGNQTWAll ToolType to- the program? 
Repeat the process mentioned for the Pointer icon above, click the New button to ad' 
new ToolType, and then type in DONOTWAIT. Press return and then dick on the Save but 
to store the new ToolType. When you reboot again the program will load without a hitch, 



C Tool Types can be 
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gMb option, which is th,e maximum 
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Apollo only usually producing a doubling 
speed over a conventional A6Q0. 


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mum specification. 

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your machine, and at tf 
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will benefit. The Apollo is a 
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ves, there has been a surge of 
people collating informatFon to 
pul onto CDs, W4h the Toaster 4.0 distribu- 
tion set available on CD and LightWave 
available for most platforms also on CD r it"$ 
not surprising that there are now quite a few 
CD collections of objects, surfaces and 
scenes suitable for Lightwave users. Three 
such collections have recently fallen into my 
lap, so I now present Ught-ROM 3, Replica 
Technology's Interior Design Collection and 
Model Masters'' Model Monger Foto Real 
collection. 


IGHT-ROM 3 


Ben Vost takes a look at three 
new CDs for Lightwave users 


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Light-ROM 3 is a massive collection 
consisting of three CDs r the first of 
which is dedicated to Lightwave 
objects, scenes and animations, the 
second is given over to objects for 
other formats, while the third disc is 
filled with over a thousand DEM files, 
or Digital Elevation Maps, which care 
not be used in Lightwave directly, but 
could be used in Vista Pro, Scenery 

Animator or World Construction Set tn 

order to generate backdrops [animated or otherwise) for 
LightWave. 

Out of the three collections on offer here, Light-ROM 3 
is the only one that uses the public domain as a source 
for the models on the discs, There is a wide variety of 
models on several themes r from the ubiquitous range of 
spaceships to some nice architectural models. 
Unfortunately, most of these models weren't created in 
Lightwave, so have all the modelling finesse of most 
Imagine models - In angles everywhere and no sense of 
scale, Even models that are quite famous for originally 
being in .DXF or -305 formats have been translated into 
imagine format before being converted finally to 
LightWave. 

In its favour, the models on Light-ROM 3 have all been 
converted with Interchange which at least tries to 



replicate an object's surface col- 
oration when translating from one 
format to another, Unfortunately, this 
still doesn't make up for the fact that 
you are going to need to spend a 
good deal of time editing the objects 
to make them as efficient as possible 
for LightWave use, converting trian- 
gular polygons into multi-sided ones, 
scaling the object correctly, and 
re-edrting the surfaces to your taste. 

Light-ROM 3 does come with thumbnail renderings of 
all the objects on the CDs, so you don't have to muddle 
through looking for art object to suit your requirements. 
There are also over 50Mbs of DEM files that have been 
translated into 3D object formats to save you the trouble, 
and a variety of shareware programs to help with 3D 
generally. 

For some reason, although the PC programs are all 
unpacked, the Amiga ones are all still archived which 
necessitates using LHa. On the second disc there are also 
620 Jpeg'd textures which have either been algorithmical- 
ly generated or frame grabbed from live video. Some are 
very good but very few ere repeatable, limiting their 
usefulness in most situations. 

You just can't complain about the cost of Light-ROM 3- if 
you don't have access to the Internet and r in particular, 


the Tomahawk object archive, then this CD bundle is 
splendid value for money, all the more so rf you actually 
have one of the aforementioned fractal landscape genera- 
tors as well. The documentation accompanying the pack- 
age has a useful list of resources you might wish to look 
further at, such as details for various magazines devoted 
to 3D modelling and rendering like 3D Artist and 
LightWave Pro. 


BeXM 

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Product 

DETAILS 

Product 

Light-ROM 3 

Supplier 

Blittersoft 

Price 

£39,95 

TeP 

01 90S 261446 

Scores 

Ease of use 

60% 

Implementation 

5S% 

Value For Money 90% 

Overall 

68% 






NTERIOR DESIGN COLLECTION 


This CD has a sticker on it saying It is 
3 Windows version, but as far as l am 
aware, there is no specific Amiga ver- 
sion. This is the coot cause of all of 
this CD's problems. Because it was 
compiled with PC users in mind, the 
filenames are all B.3 and when you 
load from scene' the pathnames 
that come op (because LW carTt find 
an object or image) are all in the 
'Can't find D:\objects\stuff\ 
object. I wo J format. Not very user- 
friendly and not acceptable in a 'professional' CD tide. 

Unfortunately, the problems with this CD don't stop 
there. Unlike Light-ROM 3 the objects have all been 
created in Lightwave, and to scale, and they are all nicely 
surfaced with good-looking wood and nice reflective sur- 
faces. However they are very simple for the most part and 
nothing that any even vaguely competent modellers 
could n't achieve in a few minutes. 

To be fair to Replica Technologies, the objects aren't 
supposed to be virtual Chippendales, but simple things 
like rounding off corners, while adding to the polygon 
count does make objects look much nicer. 

The best objects in the collection are the four types of 


booses* although they are all fairly 
simple detached homes, and the 
interior fixtures like the staircases, 
skirting boards and fireplaces 
(mainly because it is these features 
that are so often forgotten when 
interior scenes are rendered). 

The furniture itself i$ completely 
forgettable in as much as the design 
work that has gone into it seems 
minimal, although there is a nice 
range of similar types of objects, 
such as five different sorts of desks. However, when it 
comes to choosing which of the five you are going to 
want to use for your scene, that has to be done by trial 
and error because there are no preview images for each 
individual object This is not helped by the cryptic naming 
conventions forced onto the Interior Design Collection by 
the aforementioned 8-3 naming standard. 

Considering that this CD is only about half full, I think it 
would have been more professional if Replica Design had 
just included separate scene files for Amiga users that 
directly accessed the CD-ROM, and also individual pre- 
view images in somewhat less compressed form than the 
current Jpegs. All in all, I don't think I can recommend this 



CD to anyone but the most intent Lightwave user who 
needs td be abb to rustle up jrthrtectural walk-throughs 
in the least amount of time possible, and who isn't 
concerned overly with the quality of the objects he is 
using. 





Product Interior Design Collection 
Supplier Replica Technologies 

Price S350 

Tel 001 716 137 3SB7 


Ease of use 

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Phew, what a long-winded name. The Model Monger CD comes in two versions, the FotoReal - 
where every object is absolutely smothered in polygons - and the LowReZ version - useful to 
act as stand-ins for your models until you need to do a full-on, high resolution final render. The 
number of polygons in the FotoReal versions of the objects on this CD really is quite 
phenomenal. Can you imagine a bed and mattress containing over lO r OOO polygons? 

Part of the reason for this is again the fact that these models haven't been created with 
Lightwave in mind, so the models on this CD are made from triangles again. And because there 
is no standard for the scale of objects in different formats, you will find a 60 metre wide sofa 
and a pair of scissors taller than a jumbo jet. 

Now this CD hasn't been prepared with 
Lightwave in mind exclusively., so you Can forgive 
these excesses of scale, but these objects are on 
a professional quality CD so maybe these factors 
should have been addressed. After alt, just what 
is the point of supplying LightWave-specific ver- 
sions of the objects when any sensible 3D med- 
dler already has an object converter to convert 
the no doubt identical models from the .3DS ver- 
sions included on the disc into Lightwave format 
himself - unless those objects have truly been 
converted, including reducing the polygons and 
adjusting the scale. 

This object database is again an Interchange 
production with the converted objects needing a 
lot of work to make them usable in LighlWave, sp 
yet again my search for a usable model database 
has been thwarted. 





Product 


Model Monger Interiors I 


Supplier 


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Price 


Si 49.95 


Tel 


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Scores 


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VERALL 


Overall the quality of the objects on the 
two professional CDs isnl in doubt and the 
vast majority of the objects on the Light- 
ROM 3 are also quite impressive, but none 
of these CDs really address the needs of 
the Lightwave user. Replica Technologies ■ 
CD is the only one to piovide dedicated 
Lightwave objects in the correct scale and 
with proper surfacing, but it falls down in 
the value-for-money stakes, its concentia- 
tion on the Windows market (when the 
number of Amiga users of Lightwave far 
outnumbers the number on PC) and Its 
lack of picture previews of the objects. 

The other two CDs both fail to have 
properly converted objects and in the case 
of the Model Monger series this is unforgiv- 
able, especially since any work you do to 
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drive, thus obviating the advantages of hav- 
ing the CD-ROMs in the first place. Oh far a 
decent Lightwave object database, you'd 
think there would be the demand for it, 


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JANUARY J 996 









i sim CDF5 is one d those products 
i \ ] that hasn't been too popular (or 
#- \ well-known) since its release beck 
in 1992. To be frank, while it was 
OK back then, it wasn't actually all that good 
and must of the other CD solutions did the job 
better. However, the advent of the new version, 
version 3, is set to reverse the trend. In short, 
AsimCDFS h now a splendid purchase if you 
run a CD-ROM, and quite possibly should be 
included in Amiga Technologies' Amiga bun- 
dles in the future, if not incorporated directly 
into Workbench, 

So what's so good about it‘ ? For a start, 
there's no faffing around to install it. You won’t 
need to edit any mountlists or check what SCSI 
device ynu have. AsimCDFS does all that tech- 
nical-type stuff for you. All you need do is point 
it in the right direction. Once you have installed 
AsimCDFS you can start playing with whatever 
CDs you have. Even if you haven't got any data 
CD-ROMS yet you can actually still have some 
fun using AsimCDFS with music CDs, 

AsimCDFS conies with a music CD player 
called AsimTunes and that's not unusual as 
most CD file systems come with an audio 
player,, but where AsimTunes scores is in the 
fact that you can edit the names of the tracks 
on the CD, which then gets carried across to 
Workbench. This means you can have a CD 
icon on your Workbench screen called 
■Weight' (the name of a great album by the 
Henry Rollins Band) and rf you doubleclick on 
it you will see six drawers labelled 
CDDA__LeastSignificant CDDA = MostSignificart, 
AIFF.Stereo, AIFF.Left AIFF_Right and MAUD. 


Formats 


If you open one of these drawers you will see 
icons with the names of the tracks on the CO. 
These icons are actually complete samples of 
the tracks in whatever format the name of the 
drawer they are in says. The CDDA formats are 
both raw data as they're stored on CD, the 
three AIFF formats are 16-bit samples in the 
multi-platform AIFF standard, and the MAUD 
format is used by MaoroSystems' Toccata card. 

It is a shame that there isn't an 8-bit sample 
format so that the CDs tracks can easily be 



conrerfcd 1 Ay AsimCDFS hr IFF when 
you toud them rnld 0 pnint peukuge 



Until now, Amiga users who 
wanted a CD-ROM drive 
had to scratch around 

for utilities. 


incorporated into Octamed or 
something similar, but that would 
mean having to process the infor- 
mation on the CD and resample 
it down at a lower rate, a difficult 
task. You could use the Sounds program we 
put on last month's coverdisk to convert the 
AIFF samples down to standard Amiga 8-bit 
samples, but you would need about SQMb of 
memory to edit a whole song! Fortunately, 
Asimware have added an element to the 
DistChanger program supplied with 
AsimCDFS that allows you to select a section 
horn a track rather than the whole song. Even 
so, a two second sample in stereo AIFF format 
can be as much as half a meg in size. 

Our tests with SoundFX and AsimTunes 
didn't prove wholly successful, however. For 
some reason whdtevet format data we took 
into SoundFX was played back at around half- 
speed, Obviously, you can just move the sam- 
ple up an octave, so it's not too much of a 
problem, but it shouldn't really be necessary, 
Naming tracks can pose a bit of a problem 
too as AsimCDFS Only allows you the stan- 
dard 28 characters for a filename to name 
your tracks in, a bit of a bummer when you 
got a CD with 'Itsy bitey teeny weeny yellow 
polka dot bikini 1 on rl (well, you might have). 

Still, enough of the audio side of 
AsimCDFS, something that most CD file sys- 
tems come with. Onto the PhotoCD viewer, 
something that most other CD file systems 



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don't come with, AsimCDFS takes the same 
innovative approach with Photo CDs as ii 
does with audio ones. 

Rather than having to have a separate pro- 
pram to load in the pictures from a PhotoCD 
(assuming you actually have a PhotoCD 
loader), Asimware's solution is to simply give 
you the thumbnails for each image as icons 
in the directory window for the CD. The same 
directory structure exists for PhotoCDs as for 
audio CDs, with the different resolution 
images being stored in directories named for 
the resolution. AsimCDFS automatically cre- 
ates a thumbnail icon so that you can see 
what your images are without having to load 
them into a separate program. 4 ** 


ONCLUSION 



Asf/nCDfS is a very nice piece of system soft- 
ware that has really been carefully thought 
about There are still a couple of niggles 
with it, like the /art that although you can 
rename the tracks an a music CD through 
Workbench, you can't snapshot a CD's icon 
without using Forte lean, But overall the 
quality of this package is not in doubt. 


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■^E»ment I donned my trench coat and hat, checked the batteries and tape in 
my hidden tape recorder, loaded my SLR camera with film and slung it out of sight 
under my coat, then I walked out my door, I proceeded (presumably in an orderly 
fashionf into Manchester. 

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around the £900 mark 
(including VAT). Obviously, they all needed a 
slight nudge in the right direction, so in each 
case 1 mentioned the fact that one of my 
friends had an Amiga and it looked quite 
good.. In Silica Shop, as soon as I mentioned 
the Amiga,, the sales assistant (who was 
the if PC bod) realised that the Amiga would 
actually be quite a good choice and told me 
that the graphics for Babylon 5 and seaQuest 
DSW were all prod need on Amigas, 

I kept up my act of wide-eyed innocence 
and said that that was quite an impressive 
track record, at which point the sales assistant 
said that he didn't know very much aoout 
Amigas apart from the fact that they were very 
easy to use and could be hooked directly up 
to a video, etc, He suggested \ wart tor his col- 
league, the Amiga expert, to return to get the 
full gen, but he was himself far more enthusi- 
astic about the Amiga's capabilities than his 
erstwhile comrade. 

Persistent 

My next visit was to Dixons in the Amdale 
Centre. I waited to see the computer expert 
rather than dea! with someone who only 
knew about stereos and once he was free, he 
came over and started to sell me a PC. 
Unfortunately r once more, the budget that I 
had fabricated ot £500 was again exceeded, 
this time by about £150 in the form of a PC 
that wasn't going to be able to do what l 
wanted out of the box, I pushed in the diirec 
ton of the Amiga (Dixons don't actually sell 
Amigas at the moment), but the salesman 
seemed uncertain as to the availability of the 
machine and suggested that they were no 
longer in production. 

Thus discouraged, I decided to cheer myself 
up by going to visit the Escom shop in John 


could use Windows' Paintbrush. 

I shunted the conversation towards the 
Amiga in what was by now becoming a sligh- 
tly desperate attempt for somebody, anybody, 
to recommend EscqitTs new baby to me r but 
to no avail. The salesman's eyes just glazed 
over when I mentioned the Amiga and he fran- 
tically tried to cover up the complete lack of 
knowledge that he had about the machine. 
When asked if the Amiga ran Windows, the 
salesman didn't think so, and when I asked 
him about the specification of the machine he 
tried to look on the box, a job I could have 
done (the Amiga Magic bundle makes no men- 
tion of the machine's specification on the box}. 

He couldn't even tell me the price of an 
Amiga without having to consult another 
employee. I said that the PC was too expensive 
to start with and I just wanted a machine 
which I could expand at a later date, to which 
the man from Beam said that the Amiga was 
categorically not expandible. 1 turned on my 
heel and walked out 

rd had my filE of Manchester. I trudged back 
along Market Street despairing of any of 
Manchester^ citizens being persuaded to buy 
an Amiga in these PC-dominated days, 
my luck would be better nearer to 
home, in Stockport 


So into the shopping centre I went, hoping 
for a better performance. I went No Dixons 
and approached the guy \ s*w ui the com- 
puter department Tm looking for a comput- 
er.' 1 'What specification do you wartr T want 
it to be cheap . 1 onlv haw about £500 * At this 
point in the exchange one of r he Dujons staff 
sniggered to Hes colleague: p Me s hoping! A 
computer for £5G0r 

At this point I was tempted to just walk out 
but 1 persevered. ! explained my stSua^on and 
gave all the cues for them to suggest I try Tandy 
who do stock Amigas. But no, 1 was told that l 
should come back when I had the requisite, 
and by now familiar, figure of £6 SO to spend 
on a PC. As I left the shop I could heaF she 
salesman and his cronies laughing behind ~ie. 

My last hope was Tandy, not a name to 
inspire confidence, I walked downstairs to the 
computer showroom where, notwithstanding 
the Amiga box on display in the window, Ih^re 
were only PCs to be seen. It was in Tandy that I 
suffered most at the hands of the PC bigots. 

Solidarity 

Unfortunately, my cover story as a starving art 
student was Spoilt somewhat by the fact that 
the guy trying to sell me a machine had just 
finished a course similar to the one 1 described, 
so he was at pains to try and show me some 
solidarity. He tofd me of the joys of owning a 
PC and showed me a machine that was £250 
over budget. 

While he demonstrated the amazing bene- 
fits of PaintShopPro, a shareware image pro- 
cessing and paint package, he told me that a 
PC was the machine 1 needed. I told him E had 
seen an Amiga at work and was quite 
impressed and he said' The Amiga is nothing 
like this whatsoever." The guy at Tandy has to 
be congratulated though for pointing out some 
of the more serious deficits of the Amiga, 

He said that there wasn't much transporta- 
bility of files (yes you can write to a PC disk on 
the Amiga, but you can't save out a document 
in Word format), you might not be able to get a 
suitable printer driver {actually he said that you 
can't even get a cabte for a printer to connect 
to an Amiga), and you can't buy what software 
there is anywhere. He also advised me that I 
could upgrade my PC a bit at a time as I could 
afford it and end up with a far superior 
machine than the one t bought, relatively 
cheaply. 


Dalton Street in Manchester. After all 1 , I told 
myself, 'Petro Tyschtchenko said that Amiga 
Technologies were going to place the Amiga 
in Escom shops because of the high rate of 
Amiga experience in the staff running the 
shops.' I wasn't lucky enough to get one of 
those shops though. 

I walked around the showroom for a bit 
faking in the mini -towers, desktops* and full- 
size towers that littered the workbenches (no 
pun intended!) around the room. The only 
sign of an AI200 was a stack of three empty 
boxes in the window, I told my tale to the 
nearest salesman and he suggested I buy a.^ 
PC His cheapest PC was about EG20 and 
came with practically nothing by way of 
sweeteners, When l asked about a suitable 
paint package, the Man horn Escom told me 1 


ONCLU5IONS 

Unfortunately, things don't look too hopeful from what Cue 
written, but the staff in the shops weren't entirely to 
blame. For a start, toe Amiga doesn't appear to offer all 
that much for £399 compared to what the PCs offered for 
£650, ft might seem like a huge jump in cash terms, but 
remember when you buy a PC you are also getting a 
monitor, 4Mb RAM (at least) and a sizeable hard drive, ft's 
no wonder that shops that do carry Amigas don't £ry to sell 
you them, when selling a PC system is so much easier to 
justify to a potential punter. 

Some of the blame must also rest on Amiga 
Technologies' shoulders, particularly the fiasco in their 
own shop. Not enough people are aware of the fact that 
the Amiga is bock in production and by a company who 
are supposed to be different to bad ol f Commodore, in the 


death f people will only go into shops asking for an Amiga 
if they know about it and see its benefits. Unless Escom 
are willing to put some time into promotion (it doesn 't 
have to mean expensive advertising campaigns) the 
Amiga is still going to sink into a bottomless pit Shops 
won't carry it because they don't sell, they don't sell 
because the shop staff persuade people to buy PCs T then 
people who worn to buy an Amigo can't find anywhere to 
buy one from so they buy a PC too , and so it goes an. 

The solution to all the above comments is of course to 
make friends with your local independent retailer. He is in 
a position to be able to sell you an Amiga and support it 
too, and much of the Amiga's massive success (along with 
its future success) has been thanks to the small computer 
shop owner. /. ** 



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By Andy Maddock 


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ow before you start yawning, pleas© don t, I m. 
i us f a s sick of all these Doom clones appearing on 
the Amigo as you are. When one comes out,, 
another supersedes it, What are you supposed to 
do? Well, I suggest you keep one eye on the mar- 
ket and one eye on these very pages for news of a brand 

^rs being developed by an Italian company by the name 

of Fields of Vision, Breathless is its name, and impressiveness is 

undoubtedly its 


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radioactive- worid, as well as norma 1 roads. 

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ekiro IN know now muC h fun this is. it uses a four-player spilt screen, an,., althougl his 

SrZv^-llte greatly reduced 
XSSX Ihoh you-re going to be in tor hours 

you wantio - there are no restrictions MmMj 

Sn54 ye^^«ont success. We'll hepeiuily hove a deeper look next month. 
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winner if they can maintain the quality 
from their two previous releases 


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from aa wet t as tot* of tracks to race 
around, ft certainly doesn't feck content.' 


gome. It will feature 
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rtnws fi 00 rs walls The title screen sums wj* just how many 
dows, floors, WO!^ haur£ have actu0llv gone into develop, n 9 

and doors, pin. 5 t-. animate Doom done 

'bouncing move- 

merit which allows you to jump up ond down to pla^rms 
you otherwise wouldn't reach. There will also be a fog lighting 
effect which will probably have a similar effect to tha 
of Hexen on the PC. It's looking like being the ultimate 
Doom clone, shutting the door straight in the face ot 
Fears, Gloom and Alien Breed 3D, Personally, I'm holding my 

breath! Hoo, 


Suicide is painless 

IWA'S’H is not to be contused with the 
rather bizarre American comedy series and 
Worms by Team t7. Although it may have 
the same idea, I don't want to be caught up 
with the who s idea it was, or who 'copied 
who debate, because frankly, t don t care. 

This game is another which, I think, 
surfed around the PD scene a while ago 
and is now set tor a full commercial release. 

I m a little worried about alt these games 
being programmed from same guy’s bed- 
room and being released at full price, 
because they may be quite adequate as a 
Public Domain release, but it's a very big 
step challenging the likes of Virgin, Time 
Warner, Empire. Team 1 7 and Ocean - you 
can't expect the games to be of outstand- 
ing quality. 

Having said that, all programmers and 
developers have to start somewhere and 
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started on the right foot with M'A'S'H. The 
best way I can describe it is a 
Worms/ Lemmings-like game full of con- 
stant action with tanks and little spuds bat- 
tling away. It will be available on mail order 
directly from Chris himself Hopefully, we 
can squeeze in a full review next month to 
give you a low-down on how much this 
compares to Team 17's highly acclaimed, 
Worms, 


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Sensible Software 
jnced they were going to 
their long standing rela- 
ip with the Amiga to an 
the world were captured 
great scenes of sadness - 
nearly. Their leaving present to 
Amiga faithful was none 
ether than Sensible World of 
Soccer, and maybe the world 


didn't want another game - 
ever. 

Shortly after the release of 
SWQS, and after riding high In 
the charts following millions of 
sales last year, it began to 
crumble. People became un- 
happy as minor complaints 
filtered through and more and 
more players were left disap- 
pointed with the bugged and 
crash -tastic SWQS, 

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sible Software came out for an 
encore to much surprise and 
offered a bug -free version for 
absolutely free. AH the annoy- 
ing features had been ironed 
out and, despite the extra disk. 
It managed to claw its way 
back to being the greatest 
ever football game on the 
Amiga, 

Time Warner Interactive 
have decided to update SWOS 
further, adding small features 


that will undoubtedly inject 
some life back into it, We have 
already seen a preview version, 
and although the actual game 
part looks identical, there are 
subtle touches which, if you go 
back to your old version, you 
will hot be able to live without, 
Basically, all the teams are 
going to be re-vamped - new 
players, kits and managers - 



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Tha actual in-game bit locks 
identical apart from one thing - 
Jo oh wJvore their fiends at-*! 


and you can also manage your 
A team who compete in the 
league and your B team, which 
contains all your up and com- 
ing youngsters and reserves 
whom you can call up at any 
time during the season. You 
can odd oftertouch on ground 
passes, the international man- 
ager's position is now included, 
and there are animated 
crowds, a new rating system 
with stars and lots more 

Although it may not sound 
much, It does make the game 
that little bit better. Even the 
display of players' names In the 
corner of the screen adds a lit- 
tle more excitement as you 
now know who you are control- 
ling and which computer play- 
er has the bail, We' ll bring you a 
full review, along with an in- 
depth look at all the special 
features to see if the best has 
just got better! 


Building an Empire 


After the success of Caala which has received 
; ,-ery healthy 90 per cent in this issue. Empire 
are going to try and further their success with a 
huge football compilation featuring some of 
me best football games ever released. 

First up is FIFA International Soccer which ts 
sfi remarkably popular, especially on the con- 
soie formats. For those of you who don't know. 
It s the unusually isometric viewed game which 
coked mightily Impressive and realistic. 

Kick Off 3 - European Challenge also makes 
in appearance. This didn't continue the same 
gameplay and graphics as the first Kick Off 
seres, which was a let-down, but after a few 
nours it became so absorbing, nobody could 
put it down. 

On the Ball was probably one of the finest 
graphical football management games ever. 


combining a unique adventure-like interface 
with real footbail-like situations. These con- 
tributed efficiently enough to the industry to 
warrant a World Cup edition, which in turn 
superseded the league edition. The league edi- 
tion contains all the Premier and First division 
data as well as all the features of training, 
sponsorship, press conferences and running 
commentary on the matches, 

Finally, to finish the compilation off Empire 
have selected one of the finest football man- 
agement games ever. Premier Manager 3. This 
is the latest in the series from Gremlin, and needs 
no introduction whatsoever as it received 91 
per cent right here in the pages of System 
Soccer Stars '96 will retail at £34.99, and for 
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Inhale... Exile 

Audiogenic have been relatively 
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Graham Gooch's Cricket "95, and now 
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Exile. I can remember this appearing 
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how you play the game 


emember Zeewolf - we 
certainly do, It arrived in 
the office and we played 
it to death, giving it a well 
deserved score of 
90%. Well, now it's back. Its 
sequel is anyway, and it boasts 
a whale host of new features 
and improvements on some of 
the criticisms levelled at the 
original. 

Developed by Binary Asylum. Zeewolf 2 is both a 
helicopter shoot 'em-up and a simulator. Set over a 
huge 32 levels, you are set a number of missions to 
complete- which, incidentally, you can play in any 
order, They vary from Seek and Destroy where you 
must find a building, vehicle or person and eti shoot 
them, to the 'nicer' missions like Airlift, a fun addition 
where you must winch, friendly units to and from the 
battle zones. 

The story so far, for those of you who don't know. 
Is that Ediptico, an evil corporation, have launched 
attacks on the planet in a bid to take over the 
world. The good guys, the Zenith corporation, are 
the only ones that stand between them and world 
domination. However Zenith care armed only with a 
Zeewolf helicopter and some remote control battle- 
field craft, 

The Ecliptico are better ermed and Zenith have a 
tough job ahead of them., .(dramatic music, roll 

camera...) 

One thing the designers 
have considered this time is 
how to make the game set- 
tings more interesting. They 
have done this with tour new 
landscapes which are 
European, Arctic, Desert and 
Toxic, and each has their own 
features and trees, etcetera 
which give you something a 
little different to fly over each 
time. 

Buildings have also been 
improved with inclusions such 
as oil rigs, wellheads, and 
town halls. But by far the best 
addition has got to be the 
new vehicles which you can 
control each having their 






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Previewed by Tina Hockett 

own unique set of weapons. By remote control you 
will be able to take charge of a Patrol Boat, Battle 
Tank, VTOL fighter and Transport helicopter, and 
according to the particular mission, they all allov, 
for different tactics. The weapons vary from vehicle 
to vehicle too so, for example, the Patrol Boat has 
torpedoes and the battle tank has a heat-seeking 
shell, J 

The game has also been speeded up consider- 
ably and Binary Asylum reckon that the difference 
when playing the new version on an A500 com- 
pared directly with its predecessor will be obvious. 

This version also implements the scanner 
although they have made It so that dead vehicles 
now disappear from it and it can also be cancelled 
out by going too near the enemy's radio tower. 

A password system will also be incorporated 
and, rather than giving it out every four levels, it wil 
be extensively ploytested to find out when to give 
it on the later levels. If for example, a mission takes 
40 minutes to complete, they will provide you with 
a password then - it's good to see companies using 
their common sense over password systems for a 
change! 


The game should be available in December, 
will run on all Amigos, and be priced at £29.99. 
We'll bring you a full review soon, but already 
it's looking like being a fresh challenge for old 
veterans of the game as well as keeping it 
accessible for those who are new to It. We 
look forward... 


The new scanner 
system w ill he 
implementetf 
meaning thnt dead 
vehicles now 
disappear 


Yon will be able to blow up 
new styles of building which 
witi add variety 


A 3P perspective will 
work well with the 
style of game 


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fter MicroPros^ released 
Formula One Grand Prix ids success was 
absolutely phenomenal, and when 
they announced that they were word- 
ing on Formula One Grand Prix 2, it was 
something to look forward to for racing fans. What 
they failed to mention, however was the fact they 
were developing it exclusively for the PC and an 
Amiga version would never follow - ever. 

I don't know whether Kelli on Software knew this 
at the time, but they've certainly made the right 
decision in filling the hole that FlGP left with their 
new ’virtual' racing game. Leading Lap. 

Leading Lap MPV features what's called 
Moving Point of View which acts like virtual reality. 
For instance, when you take a corner, the driver's 
head turns slightly to make it look more realistic 
than Formula One GP. It's difficult to notice when 
you're challenging for first place, but if you sit back 
and watch someone else, if gives it that little bit 
extra to look at. 

There are three cars to choose from - five 
Formula One, Rally, and the Endurance, all of 


which are 

formed from polygons and 
look very realistic - right down to the brake 
lights at the rear, The cars are hugely detailed and 
unlike many other racing games, they actually 
look like cars. 

The main objective is to illegally race around dif* 
ferent courses from around the world and try and 
win the league championship by beating four 
other competitors. You can select any of the car- 
toon-type drivers and any of the three cars. Each 
car has various attributes that have to be taken 
into account for Instance, a very bendy track may 
suit the Formula One car as it's good at taking 
bends and has a steady top speed, 

When Leading Lap first arrived in the office, I 
noticed the graphics* in particular, were looking 
very professional. The polygons were shifting at a 
horrific rate and were generally looking fast and 


Professional sounds 


The sound effects are pretty average, although 
there's isn't much difference in the quality of the 
engine sound, However, there is the screech of 
brakes and a bloke that continually shouts things 
at you while you complete a lap. Unlike many 
other Amiga games, the music is actually done 
by a professional working guitarist who's worked 
with the likes of Tina Turner and Bon Jovl. Having 
said that, be prepared - it's very MetallicaTIke. 
So if you’re into anything like Oasis, it's a cue to 
turn the volume down or, better still, turn it oft. 



The opening screen remarkably 

like that of MwmProse'S Formula One 
Grand Prix - *flH, nice picture 


Jimn lilt 


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Th* title screen displays the 
- -'ons as well as the action 
zontinuing above as a car shows 
off mil its angles on the demo 



You can see how close you 
can get to the other cars, 
this race in particular looks 
tike a dose one 



You can see here that alt the attributes o# 
the drivers are shown and occasionally 
they can he the difference between you 
finishing m first place 



The detail levels can all he 
adjusted, so if you like you can 
Switch between clouds on or 
clouds off - important that? 



The league tabic is shown at the end of 
each race and as you can see, each 
driver is awarded points depending on 
their performance 


The tracts s are all completely different to 
each ether. There is a crossroad 
section in the middle of this one - coutd 
be quite dangerous if you’re not carefoi 


tnbelievably smooth. So many times the Amiga's 
hardware has hod to sacrifice speed for graphics 
and vice verso which, In most coses, usually 
-roves people disappointed, Virtual 
■ arting by OTM - reviewed In the 
November issue - was faster than 
most racing games, although to 
compensate, the graphics were 
truly awful - they don't look in the 
east bit as professional. 

The backdrops in. Leading Lap 
are suitably drawn, giving you an 
nstant feet for place and time of 
day. Incidentally, if you should take 
too tong racing around a track, finding 
cars lapping you, the sky will become 
darker and darker until it's virtually 
^possible to see where the bends 
will come up, 

The tracks are of a good variety 
and you'll always get a couple of 
'useful tips on them before you even 
set off, These Inform you of tight cor- 
ners, obstacles to avoid, and places 
it may be handy to use that brake pedal. This gives 
you an idea of how to plan out the race - where 
to overtake and what to look out for. 

There's a password option so you can continue 
the game later and take some of the pressure off 
the need to finish in first place. Thankfully, the pass- 
words are nice and short and don't require you to 
type in about 3,000 lines of complete gibberish for 
vou to carry on where you left off. 

There's an extra option for those who have got 
Amiga-owning friends because two-players can 
link up through a serial cable and race against 
eoch other. This i$ always the best way of sparking 
up a bit of friendly rivalry. You can select the detail 


and distance level, and switch between internal 
and external views via the keyboard. The best view 
has to be the internal because of the speed 
and the control, Using the zoomed out 
external view restricts your control of 
the car and, even if if does look that 
iitfre bit better it doesn’t always pay 
to be fancy, You can also alter the 
angle of the external view which 
makes it impossible to centred but, 
again, a good view for a bit of 
showing off . 

There's a circuit map to the right 
of the screen and instead of the cars 
moving around the map, the map 
moves around the cars which looks far 
more interesting than a standard 
boring graphic, 

There are five drivers to select from, 
although be careful because they will 
all try different tactics to beat you, 
There's Snake Kelly, Wail, Claudia 
Powers, Bud Nuke and Horry Luc ini. 
They all drive their own specific cars so 
you will instantly be able to recognise who's in front 
and behind. 



Overall, Leading Lap looks and feels like a very 
professional product, featuring aspects that we 
all know the Amigo can produce, if software 
like this can continue at such highly quality then 
not only will Kellion Software undoubtedly find 
themselves ranking high in the list of leading 
software developers, they may even find them- 
selves high in the charts so soon after Christmas. 



The external view can foe 


seen from any angle, 
although It does occasional- 
ly like to wander off the 
track and into a tree - that's 
ffrrtibafrf]r just me though 


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main 


objective is to 

illegally race 
around 

different 
courses from 
around the 
world and try 
and win the 


league 

championship 

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It one of the (east 
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Jail&reak is overseen 
by a judge who deals 
out harsh sentences 


Jackpot works quite 
wefJ hy providing a 
(mil machine mission 


The Kick Off table 
looks the most dated 
and seems cut of 
place 


Reviewed by Tina Hackett 


6 It's not the 
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that you'll want 

to play for 

hours on end. 

Disappointing 

to say the 

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efore you all say 'I've seen this reviewed 
before', you have, but because it came 
bundled in the new Amiga Magic Pack, 
it oniy got a miniature-esque review 
squeezed into the main pack 
evaluation. Now, however it's available 
as a standalone product and therefore 
deserves a review all to itself, And here it 
is. 

As you've probably gathered, it's the 
latest pinboll $im from 21st Century, the 
publishers renowned among pinball 
wizards for releasing some of the best 
si ms around. However, there's one big 
difference this time and one that has 
left me with my doubts about this title, 

The developers of the previous games 
were Digital Illusions, and the games 
were then converted to the PC by Spidersoft. Now, 
however Digital illusions have been left out of the 
equation altogether and development left in the 
hands of Spidersoft. it's a big mistake and all too 
obvious that Pinboll Mania is not up to the same 
standard as Pinball Illusions, Pinbal Dreams, or 
Pinball Fantasies. 

The game provides you with four tables (one 
more than Illusions, admittedly - but it's quality not 
quantity that counts) and each has a different - 
theme, with various missions related to them. One 
table, for example, has o football-style topic and 
provides missions such as spefing Kick Oft to s'art 'he 
penalty shoot-out mode, or shooting the ball trap to 
reach the next round of the league, Jailbreak, the 
most atmospheric of the tables, uses a sinister 
theme with an evil Judge overseeing the proceed- 
ings. You can start a riot, sentence a suspect, or spelt 
Low to advance to the bonus multiplier value. 



Although the themes have been well thought or 
the graphics do nothing to create realism and ai 
far from impressive. The game is AG A only, arihoui 
you wonder why when you actually see ar 
compare It to Pinball illusions - if looks decidei 
poor and out of date. 

All this could have been forgiven rf tl 
playability was up to scratch - unfort', 
nately, though, It's not ond fails to ke< 
the player interested. There's no elusM 
'addiction' ingredient that should 
there to keep you returning for just oi 
more go. Realism should also be 
essential factor in o game such as thi 
but again this was absent. The flipi 
felt sluggish ond even at full power tt 
ball minced around the table like a si 
on dope. 

The sound worked quite nicely though with 
appropriate tune for each table, and sound effect 
gave it some atmosphere. 


Final word 


See? It does have its redeeming features but 
the poor gameplay factor still remains. The 
problem seems to be that we re all Still spell- 
bound by 21st Century's last pinballer, and this 
just seems like a step backwards rather than 
continuing the trend of quality by improving it 
with each release. 

It does ploy okay for a while and there are o 
few nice touches such os o fruit machine on 
the Jackpot table, but It's not the sort of game 
you'll want to play for hours on end. 
Disappointing to say the least. 



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SYSTEM 


Reviewed by Andy maddock 


his 


game was pre- * 
viewed in the June ^ 
issue of Amiga 
Computing and back 
then it was looking like 
becoming one of the definitive 
flight simulators. Obviously with o 
name like Coala, you'd expect 
myriad jokes about Koalas, 

Australians or eucalyptus, 

However, most of those were 
spawned back in June and 
they've all been exhausted, so I just 
can't think Of any more, 

As you' ve probably already gathered Coala, Is 
spelt with a ’C and you'd be right in thinking that 
it doesn't have anything to do with that furry thing 


This the BFA program where you can 
manipulate an sorts of objects by rotation 


down under. In Empire 
Interactives words.,. Cool a. Cute name but 
don't be deceived.' 

If you can remember a game calie 
Th underhawk, cross it with EA's Desert Strike a 
you can possibly form an idea how Coala looks 
and plays. 

What makes Coala stand out from the rest is 
the virtual realism that features so strongly. For 
instance, during a flight, what would you do if you 
heard a hellfine shooting off and it didn't belong 
to you. It'd be too late to toggle between exter- 
nal views to find out who it came from - as you'd 
be plummeting thousands of feet towards your 
death. However, in Coda, if you should hear tne 
whoosh of a missile being unloaded, possibly in 
your direction, holding down the right mouse but- 
ton will enable you to look out of the window to 
see where it's coming from. If you do happen to 
be unlucky enough for it to be hammering in your 
direction, then careful triggering of a Chaff or o 
Fiore will soon confuse it and give you the time tc 
get out of there. It's ail to do with quick thinking, 
and Coaia makes it that little bit quicker. 

To make thinks a little different, instead of 
being part of some squadron or another 


PUBLISH 


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review 


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1 


All Amigas 


This is one of the many objects that 
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to jhow off the speed of your Amiga 


The Stealth Fighter here is Jifff to be 
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damn 1111 



t 



Yoi j can sei&ct any helicopter apart from 
(he Coa!a x because that's the best and 
you f re riot allowed it! Welh you can after 
you've got a few more points 

disciplined air force, your helicopter doesn't actu- 
ally have any markings, so it is completely 
unrecognisable by everyone else. Unis; means you 
can take anyone's side and help them blow up 
the opposition. Not only will this be great fun by 
pretending to fly with the opposition and then 
blowing them out of the sky, but you will be able 
to repeat the missions and support the other side. 
The only downside for this is that once you do 
rake a side, the opposition won't take too kindly 
to you hanging about and will try anything to get 
you out of the sky, 

The flexible view controls or© very useful, unlike 
in many other flight si ms .where they were only 
good for showing the game off, You actually 
need them for landing, viewing other planes, and 
escaping missiles. 

All the function keys represent the views as 
usual, and the FI key brings up your on-board 
computer whereby you can view your mission 
objectives, forgets, find out the damage to your 
helicopter; and see the aircraft that is entering 
your vicinity. 

There are many detailed scenarios which you 
can batfis through, each one posing a com- 
pletely different objective, and it will take more 
than an ounce of strategic knowledge to com- 
plete, You can also configure the object, world, 
surface detail levels, switch between shaded hori- 
zons and the Amiga's specicl copper shading to 
suit how you would tike to view it. 

You are able to take part in battle during four 
different times of day - dawn, noon, sunset and 



IVfie-A you return to your base? you are given an 
opportunity to retoad your weapons and refuel 


A steady hand 


Now you may be wondering how the 
control! system works because of the 
amount of eternal views and options. 
Well, you control the helicopter using the 
mouse. Pressing the left mouse button 
will release the weapon you nave 
loaded, and pressing the right button will 
enable you to look out of the side of the 
helicopter - this all works out so your fly- 
ing position doesn't change. Basically 
the best control method is to hold the 


mouse in one hand and keep your fin- 
gers hovering above the keys on the 
keyboard that you are most likely to use. 

Overall, it's a very comfortable 
method, and by altering the mouse sen- 
sitivity it turns out to be the most effec- 
tive, The joystick would have given 
Coala an arcade feel which wouldn't 
hove done it justice, making it feet too 
arcadey and Jetting it down in terms of 
simulation. 



This Is the great had of fame where you can 
enter your name to achieve a high status - 
especially amongst your plane spotter' 


night, Obviously the night is going to be difficult 
because of the dark, although, /our special Pilot 
Night Vision System (helicopter headlights) can 
be switched on, 

To help you weapon-wise, there' s a wide range 
of armament for selection. Obviously the 
sidewinders, hellfires, flares and chaffs are the 
norm, followed by a series of other well-known 
missile types that are completely new to me. 

The missions themselves are a’ designed by ex- 
NATO personnel and even the codes have a spe- 
cial ex- NATO defence system feel about them 
because you have to enter the special password 
far that particular officer - or should I say, staff 
member of Empire! 

Not only do you get Coala for your £25, you 
also receive two products that should be quite 

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£ The flexible 
view controls 
are very useful, 
unlike in many 
other flight sims 
where they 
were only 
good for 
showing the 
game off 9 


This *s the map* At the 
moment there are three 
campaigns to choose from T 
and they alt have various 
sufr-ffirHiofis to complete 




you cart calf up your on-board 
computer to see various cam* 
Ora angles of your position - 
these cart be p^rtlcularflf help- 
ful when you are ready to land 


As you can see irony this external 
slew, Coals Is graphically superb 
and H p lays as good as it looks, 


familiar to anyone who's explored the Ami net 
series. The first Is Navigator which is basically 
a virtual world creator - this is the actual 
engine which was used to produce 
Coala. Although you can't create 
your own worlds, you can, how 
ever, load up some of the objects 
used in Coala, zoom in and out, 
rotate through 360 degrees, and | 
generally manipulate them in any i 
way you wish. 

The next is called EFA, which ts a 
simple program whereby you load 
up any of Coala's aircraft and just 
fly them around different types of 
scenery - Empire thought this would be an 
added bonus. If you get bored of flying a heli- 
copter in the actual game, you can then move 
on and whizz around with EFA, flying high-pow- 
ered Jets, or even bi-ptones, The speed of EFA is 
outstanding, providing high speed thrills - even 

though there's nothing to shoot, 

Coala features complete artificial intelligence 
between the two competing sides. For example, 
you can stay on the ground and miss out on all 
the fun and stilt win - because ail the other pilots 
will battle it out in the skies above you, The only 
problem with this is that you won't receive any 



¥ou cart choose from many various 
external views wWch aff help jn 
attacking tho enemy 

points because you are awarded for what you 
shoot down and consequently you won't 

proceed any further. 

The graphics featured in Coala are 
truly superb, especially with the 
virtual reality which makes you feei 
as if you really are there. The intel- 
\ ligence of the other sides is set 
' perfectly, so you can fly around 
I stalking other aircraft rather than 
getting blown out of the sky 
every few minutes. The sound 
effects of other helicopter's 
blades whizzing by ore excellent 
. and the copper shading on the hori- 
zons adds that little bit extra in terms of 
realism The whole presentation aspect is 
superb - the graphics and sound are nothing 
short of what we expect from the Amiga. 


Final word 


Coala should be all boxed and ready to hit the 
shelves before Christmas, and when it does 1 
can see It being a huge success. It's been a 
long time since we saw a flight simulator of this 
quality on the Amiga, and i can guarantee you 
won't be disappointed. 



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ri»« main menu is quite simply the *» oa * 
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Reviewed by Andy Maddock 


Impact Software 


In-hotJse 


£ 24.95 



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All Amigas 


B elieve it or not more's actually been a 
slight decline in the amount of football 
games recently, The last decent one 
we saw was Player Manager 2 and 
that was a good few months ago. 
There have been some management sims in 
between, but none of them proving too 

special ( lhl 

Impact Software ore the latest team 

(hoc ha) to have a dabble in the foot- 
ball world and let's hope the amazingly 
bold statement on the back of the box 
Will ring true. 'Probably the best football 
game EVER!!!!' may sound a little out 


\ 


Jap 


Of context, considering that Team - at its bes 
could quite possibly be the poor man * 
although now Sensi Soccer is cheaper, its more 
like a rather rich and very stupid man s SW Ob. 

On the back of me box there is all soils of blurt 
that certainly doesn't quite ring true. In fact 
vou'd be forgiven for taking a second look at the 
box after a minute or two of playing probably 
thinking they've put a different game in the box 
Then, following the humiliation of the retailers 
confirming your misery, you'd have to Qo 
home and squeeze £25's worth of entertainment 

° Ut My idea of reviewing a game Is to play it to 
absolute death until I ve managed to scrape 
down enough advantages and disadvantages 
as to Why you'd spend a good £25 on that par. 
ficular game. Well, Team did come up with mar ,y 
disadvantages, but I couldn't actually think of 
any advantages - at all. This Is quite disappoint- 
^because I Wed so hard *oo. The neored i 
came to an advantage was the music - which b 
only just above average in quality - along wit 
the collision detection between the ball, boards. 


To give you an example of what Team 
contains and how many options there 
are the manual that comes with the 
game has only four black and white 
printed sides.. It's actually difficult to call 
it a manual as it could quite easily be 
mistaken for o pamphlet of some 
description, So, not only have you mode 


Manual! What manual? 


one trip to the shop to see if it's the right 
aame, you're probably going to go 
back again and ask for the manual, and 
unsurprisingly, more humiliation will foh 
low: 'Look there It is, it's hiding behind 
that rather more prominent and colour 
ful piece of advertising rubbish that no- 
one ever reads, ' 


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Ready for kick -off at Ewood Park, let r s 
hope Batty's got a few tricks up his 
sleeve. Squeak, squeak indeed 


tan Marshal^ ooh hes the best piay&r in 
the entire world* He'll certainly score that 
- right In the top comer no doubt* 


The manager** 
bench is 
probably the 
mo#f direct 
copy from 
Sensible Soccer 
ever seen. Welt, 
if it works, why 
net use if 



Paul Qykstra? Hight, that's it! He's not a 
striven he's left the club , and once more, 
fiis name isn't Paul..* Jeeesus 


£ as soon as you kick 
off, the opposing striker 

wili receive the ball 

and run all the way to 
your goal hammering 
it past your keeper 
every time _ 


players and the goal. There are too many 
disadvantages to mention. Oh. alright then. 

The player sprites are absolutely awful. It's 
unbelievable to see .the sprites crawling across 
the screen with a si ght flicker that is supposed to 
be them running quickly If there is one aspect 
that does make it look good then It's the scrolling 
- it's fast and smooth but doesn't really stand out 
because of the appalling sorites. It really is 
unplayable as far as football goes, 

The idea of football is obviously to score more 
goals than the opposing team but as soon as 
you kick off in this game, the opposing striker will 
receive the ball and consequently run all the 
way to your goal hammering it past your keeper 
every time - well until the final whistle gladly rings 
out to signal the end of a 25-0 thrashing It seems 
a bit ironic for this to happen because the 


actual title of the game is 'Team.' 

You can play a league, cup, or simply a frien- 
dly, but for a football game today, this simply 
isn't good enough. The major fault of this setup is 
that there isn't anything to aim for or any reward 
at the end. 


Final word 


I can't really, and don't want to. explain how 
this compares to Sensible Soccer, I think Impact 
Software would do well to re-think their strategy 
and make plans for a sequel that would help us 
forgive and forget. To be fair, they've gat the 
basics, so if they can Improve on them, who 
knows. However, as it stands, it'sjust one of those 
games that will probably disappear into nothing 
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oor Andy, the guy seems to have 
done nothing but review Doom- 
clones since he started here. And 
feeling rather generous, plus wanting 
to get all my copy in early so I can 
dash off on my exotic Winter holiday, I decided 
to review the first game that came out of the 
morning's post It was Citadel, and rather than 
palming it off on Andy because, let's be honest, 

I don't know my rocket launcher from my rifle, if 
was time to brave the Doom clones. 

After a cine mafic -style intro, you are plunged 
into the thick of the action with no weapons, no 
thermal vest, and left with only your wits to sur- 
vive. Things look pretty horrible already, with dis- 
membered bodies hanging from the rafters and 
nasty sharp-toothed baddies all clamouring for 



One scary, angry looking monster, 
cfose-up, Tm au ta 


Tell me a story 


Set in space, in the future (yawn), you 
are the last remaining survivor of Scout 
01, and have been sent to investigate 
some of the weird goings on happening 
at a space base called Citadel. Now 
your companion has been destroyed by 
a missile and you're left on your own, 

The bose you are exploring was origi- 
nally a communications and defence 
system set on a distant planet. However, 
following a galactic expansion the mili- 
tary base there lost significance and 
become just a fuelling point for galactic 
travellers, but because the colony was 
miles from anywhere this did not last. 


and it was soon turned in to a penal 
reform colony, 

Some time later, the colony was offi- 
cially closed because it lay in the path of 
a meteor storm - it was later found that 
this was pure fabrication from the Military 
Galaxy Council who had other plans for 
rt. Laboratory equipment was shipped 
over and the inmates were subjected to 
dangerous experiments. 

In 2305, however, communication 
between the planet and Earth ceases so 
it is decided that a ship should be sent to 
find out what has happened, And that's 
where you come in, 



Change the screen s ire according to your machine 

- the smallest window is a hit useless though 

6 The puzzle angle is 
quiTe nice, buT there 
were far too many 
niggles here to make 
me want to carry on 
playing 9 

your blood. First thing on your mind, if you're to 
get out of this hell hole in one piece, is to find 
some sort of a gun, Then you must kill all the ene- 
mies,- destroy the Citadel, and make a hasty exit. 
To do this you must find the six pieces of an 
annihilation bomb scattered around the levels, 
put It together, and Bob's your Uncle, so the 
expression goes. 

This was all rather alarming to me.. Please bear 
in mind, this is my first confrontation with these 
new Doom clones, and what became even 
more alarming was that os I tried to move 
around my new surroundings, I was being 
penalised for doing so, 

Well, put It this way. every time you touched a 
wall, banged into a blooded corpse or other 
such obstacles, you lost some of your precious 
life energy. This doesn't happen on Gloom, Fears 
or Allen Breed 3D, so why have they decided to 
do this here? If they wanted to moke things dou- 
bly hard for the player, I'm 


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way. 

However, when you get used to this, you do 
find it's not a bad game. You can change the 
size of the windows and select the detail level to 
configure the game to your machine - even with 
high levels of detail on you still get quite a tost 
game.. There Is an Easy or Hard option and also 
a training mode for those who need a bit of 
practice. 

Weapon-wise there is a good selection that will 
keep even the most hardened gun fetishist happy, 
As welt as your standard gun, you can collect a 
flame-thrower, rocket launcher and a machine 
gun. You can also find First Aid Kits and even beer 
which will affect your character’s balance. 

As usual, as weil as dealing with the enemies, 
you will also have to solve puzzles which include 
finding the right magnetic cards to open doors, 
moving walls, blockades, and various teleports. 
Enemies are of different intelligence, so creating 
fighting tactics is also possible. Graphically, the 
^ _ game is up to the sane stan- 

dard as the other Doom 
gomes. There is a good 

Yeurkf dead already? 4 
screen which you'll 
become* aft too 
familiar with 






The puzzle element give s you a bit more of a 
challenge Such as finding cards (or doors 

cinematic intro, though, which launches you into 
the plot nicely and the corridors are clear 
enough to walk round and actually see what’s 
going on, The atmosphere is enhanced with dra- 
matic tunes throughout and the usual explosions, 
gunshots and yelps. 


Final word 


Citadel is a good game in its own right - the 
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to the other Doom games that have gone 
before it. This looks the port but unfortunately, 
because you are continually damaged 
by walking Into walls (yes, even though this is 
realistic) it does nothing to enhance the 
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player. 

The puzzle angle is quite nice, but there were 
far too many niggles here to make me want to 
carry on playing, Continual disk-swapping is 
also very tedious, Try the other first-person per- 
spective shoot- 'em-ups on the market first 
because although this is by no means the worst 
game, it's definitely not the best, 


Doom, Doom, Doom, Just in 
case you're not siok of hear- 
ing about it, here are the 
previous clones on the 
Amiga. 


Alien Breed 3D 91%: 

Breed 3D is and always will 
be one of the finest Doom 
clones on the Amiga. 



Gloom 81%: As soon as you 
fire a builet at one of the 
opposing soldiers they will 
burst into little bits and leave 
on awful mess on the floor. 



Feors 92%: The atmospheric 
sounds are fantastic, truly 
setting the scene anct 
preparing you for a trip into 
the unknown. 



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will warn you that if you 
decide to invest you will be 
wishing for Doom as you 
play it 



Yet to see 

Speed (won't be ready for a 
while yet) 

Ubek (a Polish release, or so 
I'm informed) 


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fter a season of Thomas the Tank Engine 
repeats, the famous steam engine's 
career must almost be at a close. I he 
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fame is the inevitable drink - or daytime 
television. But no, none of these will ever happen to 
him. Not because he's simply an animated char- 
acter who has no real existence in the world, it's 
because he's coming to the Amiga. Not only has 
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ing [f up with one of the most unpredictable Of 
titles* Thomas the Tank Engine's Pinball. 

Yep, Thomas* James* Percy. Toby and that bus 
□re all coming to the Amiga in a series of titles from 
Alternative Software, We can't wait! 


cartoons more fun to watch - so they say I 

It's difficult to believe that so many people were 
captured by a blue train trundling around all day 
doing absolutely nothing useful apart from trying to 
find little Percy. Why did he always go missing! He 
must have been working for British Pail or some- 
thing. Not only that, but why did the hardest and 
most arrogant train, James, kick up a fuss all the 
time and end up doing something naughty and 
dangerous, And what's that fat bloke all about,., 
jeeeeez, You can give me Tom and Jerry any day 


Universal appeal 


I was never □ big fan of TTTE because 1 never 
used to get home from school in time to see it. 
However every Christmas, sure enough, under ’’he 
tree there would be a large, book-like package 
with a small bulge in one comer. It had to be, and 
was, a Thomas the Tank Engine colouring book with 
about three crayons stuck to the front cover, Ooh, 
it was endless hours of fun, and this is the exact 
point where my hate for the show began. 

The most annoying fact about the cartoon was 
that it was one of those alliterated animated titles 
such as Percy the Pigeon that's supposed to make 


i can't see a point in explaining the rules of 
Pinball and the actual object because I know 
deep down you don't really care. However l 
have to admit that I did find playing TTTEP quite 
enjoyable because of the excellent novelty 
effect. It says on the box It's for age three and 
upwards years* but it'll probably appeal more 
to the older amongst you because of the 
authenticity of original theme music, along with 
the eight-player option and the three levels of 
difficulty. 



0(1 til? Themes Table, not only will you have to 
put up with the tinkty piano theme tune, but 
aJsu a big cheesy face from Themes himself.' 



Cach tabio ham Its own character and 
respective colours. James la red, Percy is 
green, Thomas is blue wwf Toby is brown 


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The m-garrie graphics art surprisingly 
good, although it may nof be as 
polished as illusions and Obsession 


of the week! The idea behind this rather promising 
title is to bypass the oh so, coo! and trendy feef 
which was Pinball Dreamy Fantasies, Illusions and 
Obsession - apart from the fact they oil sound like 
famous fragrances, although Thomas Tank' the 
new fragrance from a famous French company 
could well spark up some interest. I wonder what it 
would smell like? Essence of steam engine? 
Km mm. 

I suppose I'd better let you know now that I'm 
not the greatest lover of Pinball - i believe I'sa 
dreary old game that’s for less than popular indi- 
viduals who prefer to hide away in a dark corner of 
□ dnnking residence gladiy plunging their coins into 
what seems like an arcade machine with about 
three inches sawn oft- the front legs. It seems fitting 
that once, some guys had 100,000 steel balls drop 
on them from above after the main machine 
upstairs had overloaded! I hope that persuaded 
them to try something far more worthwhile. 

Right back to the subject In hond, As usual 
there are these tables with funny buzzers and 
things, and the idea is to spring a steel ball into the 
main area and blast hell out of it with these oddly 
shaped bats - collecting as many points as you 
can In the process. There, I summed that up quite 
well, don't you think? 

You can play on the Thomas, Percy, James or 
Toby Tables and each one has its varying amounts 
of buzzers and point scoring bonuses. As there are 
only four tables, more experienced players will 




*mes 1 table contains more 

tubes than buzzers and 
generally looks more fun 
than the other three 


The Thomas table f as you can see, contains 
lots of buzzers t ttibes r etthftr bomites for 
you to hammer the ball against 

• I have to admit that I 
did find playing TTTEP 
enjoyable because of 
the excellent novelty 
effect 9 

become bored after a short while, Other than 
that, TTTEP features some excellent presentation 
along with game play, and shou ld offer you a new 
novelty feature which is far more enjoyable than 
the other Pinball creations. 


Final word 


Just take no notice of the age range on the 
box. It doesn't matter how old you are, you 'll still 
get your money's worth - it's all a matter of per- 
sonal opinion. If you really are a massive fan of 
Pinball, then the other series of Fantasies, 
Illusions and Dreams would probably suit you 
more - probably because It feels more like real 
Pinball, However if you're looking for something 
a little different with a novelty effect, look no fur- 
ther than Thomas the Tank Engine's Pinball - it's 
a treat! 


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S O, for mailed any disks while I've been 
away, then? Do they work alright? Good, 
Bui 1 expect you 11 be wanting the low- 
down on what lh& other options mean in 
the format requester. 

We've already covered the naming of disks a no 
the ttoshcan, so now we delve deep into the depths 
of the disk filing system. The buttons remaining are 
listed! as follows: Fast Filing System for FF$), 
International Mode and Data Caching, or DCFS. If 
you hove a machine with Workbench 3 or higher, 
you'll see all these options, if you're using 
Workbench 2 1, you’ll have them all opart horn 
DCF5 r and if you ore running Workbench 2.04 
you'll only hove on FF5 option. 

So what do they all do? Lrfs look at FF5 first, 
Back in the infancy of the Amiga, when Workasich 
1_3 ruled the roast, there was only one file system. 
It gave you B36K on a double densily disk and 
could be made to bool; When Workbench 2.04 
come along it come with a new filing system, FF5, 
which gave you 87flK on a standard floppy. 

You could bool from an FFS disk on a 
Workbench 2 machine, but since there were &iih an 
awful fat of Workbench 1,3 machines out there 
•and still are), most companies still for marled disks 
far their software without FFS enabled for the sake 
af compatibility, losing the extra spewed and 4i2K 
that FFS offered. Even now, a lot of companies still 
use OFS formatted disks os they ore now called, 
although most serious users have upgraded to ai 
least Workbench 2. 

When Workbench 2.1 was released, a new 
aspect was added to Workbench - foreign lam 


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support. It 
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point that 
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noticed there was 

0 slight problem with 
case sensitivity for 
international characters 
like ft or u in the disk filing 
systems that were currently 
in use, so added the addition* 

01 international mode for 
formatting floppies. 

International 

In my opinion, seeing lhat any disk you 
formo-S might end up overseas, there 
shouldn't really be an International button - your 
disk should always be formatted thai way. After all, 
we re all Europeans now, aren't we? (Apologies in 
advance to any Americans reading this who mighl 
take offence.} Neither International Mode nor FFS 
formatted disks couid be used under Workbench 
1.3, yet another incentive to upgrade your Amiga 
which w os still ignored by a minority of recalcitrant 
1 .3 users. 

The last option when you ore formatting Amiga 
disks under Workbench 3.0 or higher is Directory 


Who are you calling dense 


High density (fiski ton pose something of a problem 
for Amiga users. With the vast majority of Amigo 
owners oaf y having a standard double density 
drive, high density disks are just formatted to half 
their norma! ccrpflcify- While thfj doeJit f pw o 
problem if you are going to be giving these disks to 
of her people who hove standard floppy drives, if 
you wore to give a high dtnrify disk which has been 
formatted to double density to an A4000 owner, it 


would appear fa be unformatted or corrupt* 

There is an easy solution to this dilemma that 
doesnt involve making a new set of floppies; the 
A40QQ owner simply needs to put a bit of stiefey 
top# over the hole -on the opposite side of the disk to 
the write protect tab* Unfaftonotefy, for obvious rea j 
sons, the operation is not commutative - you can t 
put tape over the high density hole to oMow you to 
read high density disks on a standard drivel 


caching. Directory 
caching can be applied to your 
herd drive with a bit of fading about, 
but it's dead easy io format floppies under 
DCFS. So what dots it do? Basically, exaclly what it 
says SI does - it caches she directories an your disk, 
This means you lose o bit of space on your floppies., 
but does result in noticeably faster reads and writes 
on floppy disks. ■ 

ll actually probably isn't worth applying DCFS to 
your hard drive as hard drives are now up to a 
sped where DCF 5 mokes no difference, and using il 
will only lose you some of the space you mighl other- 
wise use more productively. If you do format your 
floppy disks with DCFS turned on, you should know 
that you are not going to be able to give your disks 
to anyone using anything less than Workbench 3, as 
DCFS was only implemented in ^hat version of 
Workbench. 

So that’s pretty much it for the formatting of floppy 
disb Basically, all you need to remember is lo name 
your disks without spaces, turn off ihe irashcan, turn 
on FFS and International Mode |if you are using 
Workbench 2.04/5 or 2.1], and tern on DCFS as 
well if you are using Workbench 3.0/1 - unless 
you need to have full compatibility with all versions 
of Workbench, in which case you should leave 
everything off . 

Next month, we will be looking at icons, taoltypes 
and whot ihey all mean, but For now it's soyonara 
baby and see you next month, 


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language is so 
popular among 
Amiga coders 


Thinking of 

learning 

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M as! people cut their 'programming 
teeth' using BasMype languages which 
j on the Amiga usually involve* Am o&, 
Blitz Basic, or Hi5oh Basle, Many then 
move to C and from iher-e start so moke who! is often 
□ fairly painful inansition to taw-level coding, i.s. Id 
630x0 assembly language. Despite the difficulties 
assembly language coding on the Amiga presents, 
this subject is aeiudly growing in popularity and 
there ore a numbe? of muons for frits. 

To be honest, ii was once though l that the only 
reasons for using an assembly language was to gel 
maximum speed., minimum code size, or aosalute 
control avet a system, Ii turns out. however, thal the 
benefits ore more subfe than ibis because cm under- 
standing of assembly language enables program- 
mers to gain an appreciation of things such os how 
high'levd languages work- 

in many ways it's a similar situation to driving a 
cor - it you don't know roughly how the gears work 
then you rmghl wonder why you can't pul! away in 
fourth gear without stalling the engine, Plenty of dri- 
ving will convince you that this is indeed the case, 
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internal mechanics, however, and it will become 



Charlie Grtob's AeaK 
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pathway into Amiga 
aaaambiy ianquaga 


Counting the cost 


Aj&t/nb(y language, once moifeifd wj II certainly allow you to write exfrente/y efficfenf 
or extremely compocr progrcmv but such programs will always fake far fongfir fa 
develop than their high level counterparts. That unfortunately, js the price paid far taking 
the low -love! path. 

Despite the potential pitfalls assembly language pregrarrmtmg stiff appears to he as 
papular as ever and most programmers eventually decide to team something about it 
{even if most of their fading n done using high-level JcrnguagesJ, You can of course mix 
high-level code with assembler p crmt's and get the best of both worlds, and this is a 
subject we looked at in this column only □ tew months ago* 

As far as specific assemblers ore concerned there are two main choices; One is to use 
Charlie Gibb's freely distributable A6EK assembler and this is available from nearly all 
public domain libraries. This tew cost mute is fine hr taking your first steps but you will, 
at same stage, probably need to purchase ih® official Amigo include files (these contain 
standard definitions which you II need once you get into Intuition coding and so art)* 

The alternative is to purchase HtSoft s Devpac assembler which is without doubt the 
best, and most popular assembly language programming environment available an the 
Amiga. One benefit of following this tetter path incidentally, is that you get The official 
Amiga include fifes as port of the package l 


obvious very quickly. Learning o taw-*** c-O-oge 
is nal r however, a task to be token Ivghiy h/ hwng 
sa id that, it is possible ta minimise many of tm drffo 
cullies which assembly language programming pre- 
sents. How? Simply by tackling the program' design, 
problems separately. If you lake c ere " : ‘ fc 7 sJarf writ- 
ing low-level coda unNi you're su*e of exocty *"-at «t 
is you ore trying lo do, then life far me assembler 
coder is not too bod. 

Logical difficulties aside, <he other mo n problem 
with learning assembler is likely la be the Fact 
ihot you II n&ed lo understand quie a b* about 
the Amiga's operating system and mu nan interface. 
I'd be less than hones! if I said frd this didn't take 
time! 



Getting in the fast lane 


As for as code creation goesr The types of perform 
mcmce improvements that can be obtained as you 
move from Basic interpreters to Bask and C com- 
pilers, and finally to assembly language, can be 
quite dramatic „ Since if is useful to have an under- 
standing of why some languages ore 'faster 1 than 
others f I II explain in some detail why this is the 
case* 

Even with an identical source code file , The final 
tunable code produced by one compiler may 
vary greatly from that produced by another. A 
compiler fond on interpreter come To thaf| looks 
at your program and then generates suitable 
low-level instructions,, 

Speed, or the lack of it, in the final program is 
due to one thing - the efficiency of The resulting 


code - and there is a common mis conception here 
that needs clearing upi Compilers are rarely either 
* efficient * or inefficient^ The truth of the matter is 
that they usually tend to be a bit of both. 

One particular compiler may, far instance r be 
able to produce very efficient fragments far sfruc- 
fared loops, but may foil down by producing 
inefficient switch structure code. 

Some optimizers can eiiminafe unused varh 
a fates, move invariant loop calculations outside 
the loop r re-arrange flow control schemes and 
even recorder the Operations you've written , 
Compilers can also choose when to store data in 
locations which can be rapidly accessed (priniarity 
processor registers J* 

One of the benefits of understanding assembler 


programming of course, is that if becomes possi- 
ble to 'tweak' such compiler-generated code. AH 
compilers^ irrespective of the language they are 
working with, hove to make compromises, so 
their generated code wiH rarely be perfect. As an 
enthusiastic fow-levfil coder, however, you if get 
the chance to correct this situation! 

Most assemblers can also moke optimisation 
changes but here, changes are limited just to the 
replacement of slightly more efficient forms af cer- 
tain instructions. Needless to say, the effects an 
the code you've written ore much less dramatic 
f which means , incidentally, that any speedf per- 
formance differences between' the code generated 
by different assemblers is always going to be 
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d has never been □ particular ^ri^ndly text 
u editor 1o use, but in letenl years a number 
v: □( improvement have been implemented. 

Mouse control has been added along with 
menu and Function key Support, a proper File 
requester, customisable con Figuration hies, and 
even a daw gadget. 

Perhaps ihe most important addition r however, 
was the inclusion of an ARexx interface, yet few 
people seem to moke any great use o ; Hiis facility. 

The reason? It's probably lhat Ed, as a text editor, 
is still regarded as a rehlivdy primitive piece a- 
software and most people do in foci use ii only For 
creating and viewing short iext files, or for tarrying 
out simple text editing jabs. 

Okay, ifs true. Even the improved version of Ed 
leaves a lot to be desired but the A Hex* connection 
is worth experimenting with, Ed, as many of you 
will doubtless know* provides two types of com- 
mands called ''immediate and extended/ In imme- 
diate mode, Ed executes its various keyshrokeljased 
commands straight away, Sn extended mode you 
press the ESCape key ond “ r en enter ihe extended 
command at the bottom of the window when the 
asterisk prompt appears. 

All immediate mode commends have extended 
mode equivalents and this is important because it is 
the extended command set that is used to provide 
Ed's AJ?exx control. Many o* Ed's extended com- 
mands can be used via ATaxx, and table 1 lists 
some that ore particularly useful. 

You'll find all Ihese commands, and others, listed 
in the Editor section of ihe AmigoDOS manual that 
came with your machine. Bear in mind when using 
these ARexx Facilities that you do not need to use 
the ESCape key chgraaer prefix |as is necessary 

Fable is Som# Erf 
1 R Aflame eOmrrt*rtd* 

S Move to bottom of file 

D Delete currsnt hne 

J// Insert o fine with specified string before the turrenf line 
j Join current lino with the next line 
M Move to line n # 

N Move to next line 

T Move to top of text 


An example script 


Lfitina J shows on £d mo era rhai adds line numbers to a text fife, Jt works by setting 
the cursor to the end of the file b eing edited and executing an RV command using a 
stem variable that I ve coiled file info . Since the cursor if at the end of the file , the 
returned line number represents the number of lines in the file. After moving to the 
top of the fife, a loop is than used to add a podded string, containing a Jme number 
and a colon, to each tine in die ft/e. 

Note, incidentally, that fd, when fanning as just a single copy, will have its ARexx 
port called ED, tf, however, farther topics of the program are started while the first 
version is still running other copies wilt be given port names of FD_I, £D_/? etc. Tfr® 
easiest way to ensure thor an ARexx macro started from a particular version of fd 
makes the right communications connection is to use this type of cade: 



ed'i address */ 

*r-3 i i as current hast *1 


in order to see the macro in action first copy the macro from the cover disk to your 
rexx: directory and then use fd to open or create the file you wish to odd line num- 
bers to. With this text file still open hit the C SCape key and enter this type of 
extended command i 


riilik«kuflltr f r«]|/ 

The? macro will then number off the text lines in the file currently being edited f and 
return you to Id's Immediate mode in readiness for saving the fife or further editing. r 


when issuing extended commands at the key- 
board! . For example, hhe "move ho bottom of file" 
mslrvclion - fished in ihe above mentioned manual 
as ESC, 6 - would need, in on ARexx script, to be 
w*ihten as fhc string V or B'. 

Ta allow ARexx scripts So cc tecr ^tarnation 
abouh various File characteristics, Ed provides a 


command call ed RV which subsequenhly provides 0 
seh of data items as a compound variable seh 
! based an a soiph-specibed stem}. In short, you 
issue an RV command using yaur chosen stem and 
from, iha? poirh on, the predefined compound vari- 
ghte tails shown in table 2 can be used ho exhracf 
any required information. 


Table 2: information that can be marf* 
available using Erf's RV command 


s, EASE window bate SkIFFF 

sXUURENT text of current line s,UNE 

s, EXTEND extended margin value $*LMAX 

^FILENAME file being edited s^fttGHT 

s.FOiRCf CA5f case sensitivity flag s. SEARCH 

sAASTCMD last extended §jAB$TQP 

command issued * P WfD7/f 


Jeff margin 
current line number 
max visible fine 
right margin 
fast search string 
current tab stop 
screen character width 






/* linen umber, rexx '/ 

eiNddrt§#(> 

■jddTss. value ed 

"E 1 l* gs To bot tm of the file ■/ 

K RV/f i le_-inf d/ 1 I* cflUect fHlJnf® paraaettrs *1 

line^tGunt = f U e_inf I* umber ef last Lina a lint count) *i 

P T‘ gc t<i top ci 1 ii La 4 / 

d& x= 1 fo line^caufrl 1* f c r eath- Ltne... *t 

petffl-LtitfxU f* creet t lire nynbe* prpih *{ 

1 1/ 1 1 |pf*fh| j 1 / 1 insert prefix as * nea line*/ 

T I* then join lines together */ 

* 1 N" I* lift next line * I 

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Steve Worley has changed the 


name of his company from Ape*. 
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~ r ank Mord delves 
into the murky and 
misunderstood 
world of copyright 
law 







C ontinuing our commercial publishing 
theme this month, I thought we might 
take a look at copyright law and how it 
■* affects the DTP'er, Although you might 
™ nfc that no-one is interested in whether or not 
• ;j use copyrighted images, sounds or text, ihi* 
: usually only doe to the fact that you might have 
i very small circulation for yaor work. However, 
□i famous cases prove Iporticulalry in ihe Music 
nduslryf, people are witling to strenuously fight 
■; f ibe right to be credited [and paid for) their 
Own work - you would feel ihe same way if soriie- 
: _ e was ripping you off „ Although copyright law 
i pretty complex, fortunately, os long as you slick 
the basics,, you should be alright. The basics in 
*is instance are that copyright low is founded on 
ne major principle which is ta protect the 
products o* someone^ skill, labour or time. 

Something you might no! be a wo re qf is that 
fc here h no copyright in bets, news, ideas or 
nformaiion, bul there is copyright in the way 
r ^ey are presented. So, o though you con print 
"hot a television programme Or a football match 
will be on at a certain time, you can't print a 
whole schedule of TV programmes or football fix- 
tures, because you would have Po make use of a 
i st prepared by someone e:*e. Normally, is in 
i he television com pontes' interest lo supply TV 
scheduling information to newspaper because of 



Our m*g*im+ r * t* cav+rAd fiy 
the 25 ypfr copyright tsw Ccjy^mgf 
arrangements*, so 
Iff in Pk twice before you use.' ft,.. 


the publicity they need in order to gel adequate 
viewing figures, bul companies that exist to make 
a profit from such schedules will often- hove to 
pay for thq information; TV listings magazines 
and pools companies ore particular examples. 

Copyright exisis in anything you produce 
(whether it be written, photographed r pointed, 
played or any olher Form of cteo“ ve wo*k| from 
ihe moment you record it and exists for fifty yean 
bom the end of the year you die T ”i: s -v^e 
most PD companies fall foul of copyright : aw bv 
selling scans of images taken from doom, fantasy 
artwork by artists like Chris Achillea*, Born 
Vallejo and frank Frazetta being particularly 
popular with people. It is, however, unlikely that 
any of these companies will oe .prosEcuied 
because it can be in Ihe interest of fhe body 
holding the copyright 10 allow violations like 
these For the purpose of disseminating the r 
work to a wider audience wno tnigh' not 
come across it any other way. 

Letters 

Another example of everyday copy- 
right law exists if you've written a Je- 
ter 1 g Amiga Computing. In ihi* 
instance you still retain the copyright of 
the letter and we have the right >o p r ■ nt 
it once, but we could fall foul of copy- 
righi low should we reprint it in a collec- 
tion of letters or give it to Amiga Action to 
print [because il was sent to AC| 

If you are creating your own magazine or 
newsletter, you need to be aware that unless you 
specify it in your contract with o freelancer, you 
only have what are known as 'First British Serial 
Rights", which means thal you ore emit ed to print 
the article once, after which copyright reverts 10 
the author. You can gel around this by making 
them sign your terms and conditions which sp& 
cify ihot ihe mogazine you are edging should 



PageStream 3.0h2 hooded on my desk some 
weeks ago now and (We been playing with it ever 
since. Why The reason for it is the fact that 

SoftLogik didn't name it3-0i and then make 2.01 
into 3*Qj because they told people that 3 Mi was 
going to be the fast version before 3. L Bt/f they 
hadn'f added all the features they wanted to to 
moke ft worth colling 3-0h2 3.01. See? Well, no 
mortem 

Anyway, what's new? For a start, one of the 
hjcrgesr changes is the fact that you can now use 
TexttX, an optional add-on, JextfX has already 


received quite o lot of press, so here ore the basics 
With TextfX you con tobe o piece of frameless text 
and wrap ft around a cirde or distort it simpty by 
dickinj on a button- And as ff that wasn't enough, 
you can actually add your own TextFX shapes 
using Page Stream "s ARexx interface - 

Most of the rest of the new version s updates 
are simply bug fixes or improvements in speed 
and efficiency, byt separations are still not fully 
implemented f which is the biggest limit on 
Page Stream 3 s usefulness in a professional 
capacity. 


Copyright 

....4 


ihere* are a r 
i n for m a flion. 
example. 


t + H 


urces of copyright free 
it being a particular 
nofor on e is any In for- 
mation made pubhrfy available by act 
of parliament such as the Highway 
Code or any of the innumerable citizens 
charters. 



retain all worldwide rights lo the work produced 
by Ihe freelancer. 

Obviously, -f you ore writing a magazine and 
you ore reviewing something you will be allowed 
lo sample sections of whatever it is you are 
reviewing, whelher it be a book, Film, ploy Q* 
piece of software, withoul breaching copyright. 
After a I, if you could n t, you would have o hard 
time printing your review! Even so, you must 
make sure that you don't overuse your source 
material; quoting an entire chapter horn g book 
would be a breech of copyright, a single para- 
graph wouldn't,. In any cose, you should always 
acknowledge your source ana any quotes you 
make must be entirely accurale - no paraphrasing 
allowed. 

Lastly, copyright exists cm what are vaguely 
termed typographical arrangements', Logos, 
mastheads and product labels are an example 
of this. This copyright exists for twenty five 
years From the end of the year in which the 
'typographic a arrangement' was firs! introduced 


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D hil South starts up 
his Amos program 
and shows you 
more coding 
nints and tips 














T o emulate your favourite arcade games 
it is essential thai you get good conira! 
af your ships , aliens and other Flying 
HM I ihings. A lot of people find it hard to gel 
tKeir brains around: making a control mechanism 
« Kich provides you with -control for bolh the 
^ouse and the joystick, but help is at hand 
bacons* here is □ routine which will do both very 
? egontly. 

mrst we start by making a bob: 

Bar M T* l&jpID 
Git Bab 1 r D P & Te 11*11 

Having grabbed the bob we dear the screen of 
: ! distractions: 

Hide ? Curs off t Cll t 

ttujbli Buffer 

arid then we are off. The double buffer command 
n there is lo make the sprite movements a bit 
smoother, 

The routine works like so: The mouse and the 
;wslick can move anywhere between T0X,_TOY 
ind _BOX,_BOY, in this example 0,0 to 
j 20 ,2 00. The variables _DOX and DOY govern 
the X and Y speed of ihe bob across the screen. 
_SOX and _30Y govern the initial position of 
the bob on the screen. So we set up these 
variables: 

_iax =1 E JflT =1 : JO 1=1 Afl e _SOnr =100 : J «=0 3 

joy=q i _m~m : _m- 2 oo 

Then we are ready for the main loop: 

DEEP JiT : 
it jorLl) 

It Juv(1> and* S&f> TDT> 

Add JOTfj-J OT 

End If 

If Idfluntlt antfJMr<JM) 

M JMJIl 

End If 

M 

These two commands check for the up and down 
movement and move the bob up or down ' Y 
unit. Next: 

Yi JLtttd) 

Add JO ll JIM 

End If 

]t JrlflhtO) and! _S 0 X <_ftaX ) 

Add _m,_m 

End If 

We do the same for the X moves of left and 
t ghi, and if they ore detected, then we move the 
bob 1 X units across ibe screen. If no joystick 
~oves are detected,, we sense for the mouse, like 
»: 


t Hardfjas; 

T iflust=f IlirdK JOt) 

Ebe 

_M-t Screen % Hdiui ! 1 
_SQY = Y ScreeniY Pgu-se* 

End tt 

This turn* the mouse moves into moves for the 
bob, and sends these co^ard i nates to the bob. 
Finally we can move the bob ilse * 

Bob 1,JD*,JM,l 

which takes the _$OX ond _SOY coordinates 
and sends ihem to the bob lo move il to that posi- 
tion , 

Then with a return to the from of the routing 
we can start the whole process again: 

Gita DEEPJOT 

This happens a lot every second, so you a ways 
gel an update and the bob fallows wherever you 
point the joystick or mouse. 

This is the version af ihe routine wn oh works 
as a subroutine, l.e. if you replace the GOTO of 
the end wilh RETURN, then you can cc> ■! from o 
subroutine. If r however, you replace the GOTO 
loop at the end with END FRQC and feed oil ihe 
data to the routine via the Procedure ca ike so: 

Prc-cetiurt & £ t P J C't [ JBIjJflTj 

If Jil(i) 

[f Jup( 1 ) and (JflT>J3T) 

Add JIVJ*! 

End If 

II JdaunM) «id(JM<JH) 

Add JfiT f JAY 

End 3 1 

H Uefttl) ifldf m*JtV 
Add Jtt,-JM 

End If 

It bright ft) tniKJOffcJGI ■ 

Add JM r JU 

End It 

X R»m*! Hare (JO A ? 

1 I o u s e = Y HardiJ&I) 

Else 

_m-i Scfe^nCi liuse! 

J(H=| Scrtend Bp«js*3 

End El 

Bib 1 j- J(I c J(T f 1 
End Proc 

then you con use the routine anywhere in a pro- 
gram, and just call it as if it is a Function cf 
Amos. To coll the process a I 1 you have to do is 
odd a line: 

DEIJMVtl,l J4fl,10D,D,D,32D,ZIMH 

and the proc will run, |Be sure to coll il every 
lime the program does a loop or you won't be 



Art joystick control routine 


checking far the joystick.] There you hove il, o 
modular, easy-to-use joystick control rouline which 
you can re-use anywhere 

t would be interested if anyone can construct a 
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screen (using LIMIT MOUSE] For the mouse moves, 
and another area of ihe screen for controlling ihe 
ship Or you could have the mouse used to aim a 
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Paul Overaa takes 
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Midi gadget from 
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Filtering 


■ osl musicians, as ihey ge( moie and 
nfB more into M£di, find they start ro col- 
lect oil manner of extra bits and 
pieces - through boxes, mergers, 
switchers, exira sound modules and so on. Those 
of you who are this for down the Midi troll and 
□re looking for something a little different may 
therefore like to know about a I i tile box cal-ed the 
FT3 that can be used to generals various Midi 
messages ond modify Midi data qs it passes 
through the unit. 

The FT3 is manufactured by FofeFront 
Technology ond is o hand held, battery dri- 
ven |9v PP3] device that measures just 
:20mm[L) x 66mm]W| x 39mm |H|. Control- 
wise it's a pretty simple affair - (here's a top 
panel which contains a 1 2-key keypad (plus 
led indicator | ond a side panel containing on 
Ofi/oR switch, Midi In and Midi Out termi- 
nals. ' here's also a mini-jack socket which is 
used So connect an optional external 
foots witch. 

One aF the most popular uses of the FT3 is 
as a program change generator for Midi- 
based musicians who are not using 
sequencers. A guilorisi, for instance, might use 
an FT3 for remotely selecting echo/reverb 
effects on a Midi controlled digital delay unit, 
Now, for an Amiga-based musician running a 
sequencer, this particular sort of use is unlikely 
to be of much interest since program change 
commands are best added directly to the sang 
sequences themselves. 

Where (he FT3 starts ho become of more inter- 
est is with some of its olher functions. You can 


ft's also possible to we tfte FT3 for Mrdi stream filtering* Real 
time messages (clocks start, can fmue and sfap,t active sensing., 
system reset, tune request, Mldr ft me cade, song select, sang 
position and sy.se x messages can all be selectively passed or fil- 
tered as required There s a channel filter mode as well. Nate 
on/ off , channel ond poly oftertoucfi, program c hang*, 
pitchber^ controller and off note off messages can again all fx i 
selectively filtered or left unchanged an a given Midi channel. 

You can, incidentally, also turn running status on or off and 
this can be useful with certain type s of older Midi equipment that 
doesn't recognise this type of short message format, \ Running 
status is the technique of using 'implied status bytes' to reduce 
the amount of traffic on the Midi lines}. In addition to this, the 
FT3 con act as a Midi dock generator - you first switch the unit to 
ffs Midi clock generation mode and key in a fiptn (beats per 
minute] value* After starting clock generation you can use the 
unit's fm * key to alternately send star? and stop messages for you 
can use a foots witch attached to the program increment jack to 
trigger the, start /stop commands]. 



■ .3 ’ edj indication that Midi messages are 
: ^ rig at the F 13 ‘ s Midi In terinina , and ike unit 
: : ■ be set to respond to either any Midi message 
messages on o specific channel. Needless ho 
3 . these sorts of things con be handy during fault 
* - d ig In addition to this you con also rechan ael 
- Midi dota and perform ‘keyboard split' 
>:r operations on incoming Midi dcte - so that 
mm: on □ given channel above □ user selected 
V d nete get retransmitted on o Midi channel one 
’ gh«f than she original channel 


There's 

more 


Thare ore obc a number of more esoteric 
functions provided by the FT 3 including 
the ability to send raw Midi data, i.e. Send 
messages that you create by entering the 
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program mers who write their awn Midi 
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Of course* if you re into any sort of pro- 
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cmrfraUer for afmosr any purpose »mae?jn~ 
«Mc. easy enough to open the serial 
device from Aftexx and read bytes 
o* M d> data sent by the FT3, and that 
date could be used to trigger the running 
of programs display of pictures and so 

Mfhfte the FT3 is not Something that 
■Hf lW musicians would need to use on 
m dm ty basis if is a flexible device that is 
pmMadmrty useful for the more advanced 
MM t mem* tern certainly found it to be art 
«Avafoabte gadget to hove around on 



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become a 2D specia 
ejects wizard and 
“□rn how to make 
\ our designs end 
ith a bana 



he process of coating graphic images h 
much like \he process of creating a mod- 
ern movie. From storyboard, the image 
I then goes inlo production, and Fin-ally ihe 

special effects ore added* Tv# covered the basics 
, - ]?arybaarding and image production, so this- 
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f ues which can breathe lift into your designs. 
r o create realistic special effects you need to 
derstand whai the effecl aclyaily bob like, how 
lit happens and how it affects the othe r elements in 
it e picture, As an example, lets take a look at 
:ood old fain - something we're all familiar with, 
The only reason we actually see raindrops is 
: je to light entering them and then being refle- 
cted. As a side effect of this union, ony objects 
covered by the raindrops appear 1o be brighter in 
colour. We now hove a fairly good understanding 
at raindrops and also o due to emulating be 
■e^eei in a paint package - brighten. Read on, 

The special effects you use depend heavily on 
me type of image you are creating and ihe gen- 
e^al subject matter. Using last month's city scene 
as an example, 1 needed to create an unobtrusive 
rain effect as well as a glow around lights simulat- 
ing o wet and polluted atmosphere, With an 
understanding of the raindrop effect described 
above, I realised that an adequate simulation of 
rain could be achieved by simply drawing it over 
the background using the Brighten draw function. 

On the Spare page, I simply drew a Few short 
lines at an angle., grabbed them as a brush and 
pointed it down continuously till I had a 


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downpour. I then grabbed the entire page as a 
brush, enabled the Brighten effect with a setting of 
10 per cent, and stamped ihe brush aver the 
background. Voild - perfect rain I 

The Brighten tool was then used again to cre- 
ate ihe glowing light effect A circular red light 
was first created an the spare page then, using 
the filled circle tool with a Brighten setting of 15 
per cent, I drew a circle larger than the light to 
create a g!ow on the background. The red lig^v 
was ihen placed over the centre of the glow with 
the anti-alias effect e nobed. Drawing more, sma- 
ller brightened circles just off the main glow, l was 
able to simulate a lens flare. You con put the 
Brighten effect lo many more uses, smoke for 
example. 



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The neat effect demons frofes how easy it is to 
build new special effect by combining your 
point package's fools fogefber. flemember, fhe 
best deigns come by way of experimental!* 
and not by sticking to the rotes. 

One of the most dlfiffciiff effects fa create is 
that of an explosion or blast Obviously being 
rather chaotic, it's not the sort of thing you can 
plan on paper, so a series of effects ore needed 
to give it fhof chaotic edge. The first tiling to do 
is think of the colours and create a syjfcrbte 
spread ftronsifron) of co/ours - probably yel- 
low, through red to black * and the more 
co/ours you hove the better if will look. You 
should then set the spread dithering amount to 
between )5 and 40 per cenf so that the finai 
explosion doesn't look foo pixely. 

Now you con begin to lay down your explo- 
sion. Select the filled circle toof and set the fill 
mad a effect to Spherical, (noble the anti* alias 
so that it is smoothed with the background and 



Superb can b# tfeated by eoffibifiins 

just a few fit /our paint iwi* tegaflier 


then paint fhe circle down, placing the spherical 
angle at the very centre. You should end up 
with a circle, yellow in the centre and changing 
fhrat/gh red to black os it expands. 

This effect is pretty good in its own right hut 
itrJI lacks foo contrived and pixefy. To finish 
the explosion, use a large pen wifh the con a 
necied draw made, switch on the Smear effect, 


Finaffy, 


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outer area of the circle 
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surprised* 

You could easily make the explosion occur on 
□ flat surface, such as a road, by simply cutting 
the bottom half away after smoothing* You can 
see this type of explosion on the diagram* 

Wifh effects such as explosions, it's worth- 
while building up a collection of different specie? i 
effects to sove rime wifh future projects. Also 
moke notes of any effect values you use so that 
you know exactly what settings do what. 

from next monfh Ilf be leaving static images 
alone for a short while to take a look af anirrw 
tian technique*, tf you have discovered any 
useful special effects, send them in to Amiga 
Computing and I'll endeavour to include them 
in future articles, 


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ver the last two columns I've outlined ihe 
different Types of font ova liable to th& 
Amiga use*., how tg convert them ? o for- 
■ ■ mats more suited to your needs, some 
t- ng about basic font styles, and a few pointers lo 
sensible font use. Thii moflth I'm going to conclude 
ite series with □ Soak at different uses of fonts in 
video tilling and a couple of bints and tips, 

In case you didn't know, ?he«re are a variety of 
3 Ftereni techniques under ihe general heading of 
video titling - these inc-ude captions, t Hes. subtitles, 
scrolls, and crawls.. Which technique you use could 
~elp determine both the size and design of the 
'zni/s best suited to the job in hand - though don't 
fergel lo also consider the context of ihe production 
when making your choice 

The simplest way 10 video title is poge-flippingV 
where a sequence of stalls is slowly displayed one 


If you can^ use kerning to space the letters more 
neorfy, and use margins and tabs to keep your tex- 
tidy. Don't crowd o page. Use borders and drop- 
shadows far clarity, The information is there to be 
read, so el it be that way, Balance style and con- 
tent,. impact and information and you'll be on the 
right track. 

Next Month: Video titling for beginners. 

Yqu can e-mail Gary Whiteley os 
d rgaz@c ix.compul i nk . co. uk 


[The final part of 
pary Whiteley s 
look at fonts and 
their applications 
in video 


at a time to reveal l heir contents. You can even do 
this with Deluxe Paint [or other animation pro- 
grams), so a video titling package isn't strictly 
necessary if this technique is all you need 

The*e are almost no restrictions as to how you 
use fonts with this technique,, beyond keeping style 
gnd content within sensible limits. Big, small (but 
keep it readable by viewers), mixed styles, graph- 
ics, whatever. Page flipping can b# used for titles, 
credits, captions, and sublitles, but you' I neec 
proper tilling software fcr successful scrolling and 
crawling. 

for subtitling and captioning you probably won'i 
be able la use a large type size, since you II need 
to convey the required information within the length 
(liming | qF ihe sho! - therefore, you may need la 
use small(ish] lettering to achieve ihis You' I! also 
need to leave plenty of palette Colour 0 on screen 
so that we con see ihe actual subject of rhe subtitle 
or captio-n after genlocking, In practical terms, this 
generally means sticking to sizes which are usually 
less than one-sixth of the tala screen height irhink in 
lines instead of ihe usual points ). 

Scrolls and crawls bring their awn problems, For 
crawls (where a single line of Text mcwes horizont- 
ally across ihe screen). Follow the guice lines for 
caplions and subtitles, For scrolls, you'll need to 
work out the best way to lay out your information in 
context with the images they may be combined 
with. You'll have to experiment lo discover how 
many characters will fit across the screen in a par- 
ticular typeface. You 'll need to design how the per- 
formers and technicians are described, and the run- 


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Okay now some warnings* However much you/ might bo 
tempted, be very careful about using strong colours when 
working with graphics and video - especially avoid pure 
reds and blue* and vivid greens and a ranges. If you must 
use fhese cofours, you’d be advised to enclose diem within 
dark or lighiT border* r otherwise they will have 0 tendency 
to * bleed', particularly where bwend video formats fUfh as 
VHS are Wing used , or the output from your Amigo is via a 
modulator or a cheap on d nosty genfoclf frrof fbaf t in soyfng 
cheap equal* nasty, because it isn I necessarily so J. 


ning order. You'll also need to use a font or two (baf 
usually no more! which can be read a! the soeea ci 
the scroll, yet still provide all the informa* 
required within the time allowed. 

These are She basic techniques, but they are* ' 
the only ones. Scab owners will a : ready know 
they con use a wide range of wipes and sheets *o 
introduce their text and graphics onto screen, and 
video users can easily incorporate such presentahe^ 
techniques into iheir video tilling. Most goad video 
Id ng programs also allow for at leosl 0 hmiled 
range of effects, such as teletype | where letters are 
typed onlo screen one by oae| and a variety of 
wipes (parts of the screen are electronically 'wiped 
□way' to reveal ihe next graphic or caption], 


Big screen 


Although not at way* necessary (tor 
instance if your video wr/f have a f letter* 
box' crop} it h usually best fa work in a 
PAL overscan resolution, preferably one 
around 768 x 580 (programs vary} so 
that lexf ^fow* smoafhiy on ond 
off screen, tower resolutions produce 
chunkier images and probably won f 
look slick enough far classy work, bur 
fbey do hove their place, especially if 
your Amiga is very basic* 

Video titling has a lot of scope , and 
once you've gof a good font and soft- 
ware collection you can start coming up 
with mw styles and methods for your 
tides* Perhaps the best piece to get new 
ideas tor using fonts with video, and to 
see the classic styles, is to study the idiot 
box in your living room. There are lots of 
professionals at work on what you see. 
so why not learn from them? There's 
more to good television fban just actors 
and directors - and sometime* if can be 
the graphics and captions which fust help 
that bit more, but not always* 




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