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  • vibros
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    Originally posted by Dale423 View Post
    I have downloaded it and will check it out soon!
    Hello...sooo??? Have you tried it?

    Regards
    Stfano

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  • Dale423
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    I have downloaded it and will check it out soon!

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  • vibros
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    Hello,

    there is a new version of DTView2 on Aminet. I hope you like, it is free!
    Tell me!

    regards
    Stefano

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  • vibros
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    Hello,

    soon, i will upload a new package, bugfixed for DTview4, and with a new gift...be prepared and stay tuned, on AMINET!

    Regards
    Stefano

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  • vibros
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    Hello,

    there is little bug on the bonus program inside this package. If you declare interest on this program (read readme documentation of the package) i will upload soon a new version.

    Cheers
    Stefano

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  • vibros
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    Like you this program? well, now i wish to tell you something interesting and funny too!

    - despite this program and the IDE card that i have done, amiga.org refused to join me on his Forum...maybe my bad english language...anyway, after more then a year, i am still waiting a reply from him!

    - inside this program there is two funny algorythms; one of sorting, to choose the best color from a palette and the other...ta-da...a full 32 bit division, with MC68000 instructions. All of this without, guess you, any knowledge of 'science in algorythm' and without any help from books like 'Algorythm XYZ' by Addison-Wesley...
    The algorythm of sorting works in this way: for the three components of the color the program is looking for (Red, Green and Blue), three tables are done, one for every component, with a graduatory, from the entry (in the color palette) more similar to the less similar. Done this tables, a fourthy is done with the last graduatory, obtained adding the positions, for every entry, in the three tables. The new graduatory reports as first, the entry with the lesser value (near zero), that is the entry more similar to the requested color.
    That's all!
    Last edited by vibros; 24 May 2020, 16:10.

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  • vibros
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    Hello,

    maybe tomorrow there will be news about this software...look into AMINET.
    A new version is on the way, with another gift, done by me, to the Amiga Community.

    Stefano

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  • vibros
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    Hallo,

    i hope you like this program: it is very little, for free, but funny and usefull at the same time.
    I like to have many pictures/drawings on my workbench, resized as i wish to have!

    Regards
    Stefano

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  • Deluxe
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    Thanks Stefano!

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  • vibros
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    Originally posted by J.T.Kirk View Post
    Indeed, yesterday. It seems that the scale doesn't work, and although the image is small and I have full of 2MB Chip RAM, tool says that Chip RAM is not sufficient (?!). Tried with IFF and JPG files.
    What? Please, tell me your system and what versione of picture datatype and everything can help to understand this issue!

    Thanks in advance

    A picture can help too!

    You can report issues to the author, to improve the quality of the software...this is not a shame!
    Last edited by vibros; 9 August 2019, 16:12.

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  • J.T.Kirk
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    Indeed, yesterday. It seems that the scale doesn't work, and although the image is small and I have full of 2MB Chip RAM, tool says that Chip RAM is not sufficient (?!). Tried with IFF and JPG files.

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  • vibros
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    Originally posted by J.T.Kirk View Post
    I've seen that and I would like to give it a try.

    Thanks for the updates.
    Have you tried it? ...

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  • vibros
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    Hello,

    i appreciate your comments! Many thanks!

    Cheers
    Stefano

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  • J.T.Kirk
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    I've seen that and I would like to give it a try.

    Thanks for the updates.

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  • McTrinsic
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    I like it!!

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