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Aminet CD 7
Urban D. Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Aminet CD 7 contains over 1 gigabyte of freely distributable software.
The newest file included is dated June 26th. Besides the the new software,
the CD concentrates on pictures and clip art. The space on the CD is used
650M of software newer than Aminet CD 6 (more than ever before)
350M of images
50M of top downloads
These consist of:
1500 pictures (+7700 clip art images in large archives)
The pictures were collected from various sources besides Aminet, and will
show up on Aminet eventually.
Amigaguide based user interface, allows easy unpacking and viewing using a
single mouse click.
Extensive search facilities. Finds words in descriptions or readmes, and
outputs matches as an index that allows direct viewing.
New access features for the following categories of files:
- Images: All .jpg images can now be converted to IFF using a single mouse
click. There is also a simple batch conversion facility.
- Clip art: The clip art images on the CD are organized in large archives
but can be displayed individually. The clip art has meaningful names and
sometimes comments. Clip art can be viewed using thumbnails, slide shows
or descriptions. There is also a textual search facility for the clip art.
- Software changes: The 'Find' program can search for several words at a
time now, PicZoo has comments for many pics and runs on gfx boards (at
least with clip art). And of course various bug fixes.
The CD can be ordered from the following addresses: (credit cards OK)
Germany: Stefan Ossowski (English spoken)
Price: DM 25
USA: Fred Fish
Prices exclude shipping. Subscriptions are available. More information,
including distributors in other countries, is found in the text file
docs/misc/CD-Orders.txt on Aminet. A complete index is found in
Authors of software on the CD are entitled to one free CD. Send HELP
FREEBIES to email@example.com for more information.
Still available: Aminet Set (the complete Aminet as of Jan 95 on 4 CDs),
Aminet 5 (Mar 95, highlighting games) and Aminet 6 (Jun 95, highlighting