This is far from any of my better manuals. Unfortunately the Manual was in a bad shape when It was donated to me (and you) the pages were crusty after having been in a damp environment, so the paper couldn’t touch the surface of the scanner properly. Here’s the result.
I’m not proud of it, but it’s better than nothing.
Calc Result is a Spreadsheet application for the C64, and apparently PET as well, there is a C64 cartridge, and a PET diskette with this manual.
Shakespeare The Page Integrator manual, which is a desktop publishing application, is now added to the site.
Yet an other Data Becker Book (I have several of these in Danish and German). This is the Assembler programming book, or machinecode if you will, this one is in danish, but I have a German one comming up.
Photon is being very productive these days.
Tutorial 14 and 15 have been released and is added to the collective tutorial page
Photon has finally added new assembler tutorials, parts 12 and 13.
Well ok, 12 was a week ago, but I only saw it now.
I’ve added them to the tutorials page.
The Amiga Comal manual is now released.
There’s a small story with this one.
A collegue of mine at the museum, was collecting Comal stuff and asked me if Comal existed for the Amiga, just the week before this I aquired this software with manual, so I could gladly tell him that it did. I was at the same time scanning the Amiga Interface magazines, and a mere 20 min later of his question, I saw an article in one of the later magazines. Call that coincidence?
This manual comes in a box, with an insert of a binder, good quality stuff.
I’ve added the separator pages which is wider than the regular pages.
There, Issue 106 of Amiga Format is now added.
Cross Dos – The MS-DOS File System for the Amiga manual is now added.
Retail Price in Danish currency for this piece of software was DKK 969,- Which is close to £100. This was back in 1989 perhaps 1990.
As promised, I’ve made a new and better version of the Amiga Format Issue 111. On top of that, I’ve spent several hours cleaning up the frontpage, which I hope you’ll enjoy.