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        An update to the PREMIER "Fish Disk" & CD-ROM software catalog
        maintenance and search tool available to all Amigas with KS2.04
        or later.  See PURPOSE section below for more details.

        ----- KingFisher 2.7 ------------------------------------------
        Clipboard               - Now write Search Sets, too
        Version Links           - Scan to build Prev/Next version links
        Adding Fish             - fixed bug where 'No' == 'Cancel'
        Server interaction      - No longer restarts when server quits
        System Requesters       - Now show up on same (custom) screen
        Miscellaneous           - Some options available through menu

        ----- KFServer 2.7 --------------------------------------------
        kfcSETPOS               - Index referencing bug fixed

        ----- RexxFisher 1.9 ------------------------------------------
        RF_TRUNCATE             - Permits truncation of database

        KingFisher is a tool specifically designed to maintain and
        search one or more databases for software.  The program permits
        manual browsing, but offers a powerful expression parser through
        which you can explain to KingFisher exactly what you are looking

        The layout of database records for display is programmable, as
        is the format used for printing and that for writing records to
        a file.

        KingFisher uses a resizable GadTools window on the default
        public screen or on a custom screen, offers the choice of both
        smart and simple refresh windows, and supports proportional
        fonts (including scalable fonts) of nearly any size.

        KingFisher supports more than one database, and databases that
        are larger than a single disk volume, which are spread over any
        number of disks to be mounted on request.

        Using advanced Client-Server Technology, KingFisher supports
        multiple simultaneous users with a minimum of memory overhead
        (as little as 25K) for each user.  An ARexx-based interface,
        named RexxFisher, provides a BBS with the means to serve many
        databases to many users!

        KingFisher is localized.  Catalogs are supplied for Dansk,
        Deutsch, Espanol, Nederlands, Suomi, and Svenska.  More are
        expected as translators are found (hint, hint!)

        Context sensitive and fully integrated AmigaGuide provides
        help on gadgets, menu items, reference sections, etc. in over
        150K of widely cross-linked text.

        KingFisher comes with a complete, read-to-use database of
        descriptions for Fred's "Fish Disks" 1-1000!

        With Fish Disk Database (1.5MB), approximately 2.2MB of harddisk
        space is needed.  The program requires about 300K of memory to
        run, depending on the size of the database index files and some
        other factors.  Kickstart V37 (2.04) is required; V38+ (2.1) is
        required for localization.

        Tested with 68000 through 68040 CPUs, V37, V38, V39, and V40
        system software, Picasso II graphics board.  Enforcer and
        Mungwall used during testing.

        Shareware registration fee is $20(US) or DM30.  A registration
        site in Germany is available for European users.

        The freely distributable, unregistered (EVALUATION) version is
        limited to a maximum of two simultaneous users.  Register for
        the full version and give your support for future development!

AUTHOR & AUTHOR'S ADDRESS (inquiries, registration, technical support)
        Udo Schuermann
        6000 42nd Avenue, Apt. 405
        Hyattsville, MD 20781-1518


        A patch file for the REGISTERED version of KingFisher 2.1, 2.3,
        2.4, 2.5, and 2.6 (but not 2.2) is available on Aminet in
        'biz/dbase' by the name 'KF-REGS-pch-27.lha'

        The EVALUATION version is available on Aminet in 'biz/dbase',
        as 'KingFisher27.lha'

        Aminet's main ftp site is []
        Please use Aminet's mirror sites whenever possible!