Today Syndicomm announced the availability of its second DVD covering the events of KFest 2004.Disc 2 includes Code Secrets of Wolf 3D, LANceGS Programming, and Hi-Fi WiFi. There are a few minutes of bonus footage as well, including after-hours goings-on around the dorm at Avila University.
Gerard Putter has released version 3.0 of Virtual ][, which runs on Mac OS X.The new version emulates the Epson FX-80 printer on Mac OS X 10.3 or later. In addition, it adds the following changes:
Stephen Heumann has released a new version of his incredibly cool VNC viewer for the Apple IIgs. It can be downloaded at http://www.syndicomm.com/~s.heumann/VNCviewGSa2.bxy.The new version supports hextile encoding, which can improve performance on low-speed connections, fixes a bug that causes second and subsequent connections not to work properly, and improves performance when scrolling rapidly between […]
Geoff Weiss has posted LanceHack, an Applesoft BASIC program that can change the MAC address of your LANceGS card. The software can be downloaded from the Syndicomm Online A2 file library, which is available to Syndicomm Online members by clicking the “Syndicomm File Library” link in the sidebar to the left.
Syndicomm has released the first in a series of DVDs providing video coverage of KansasFest 2004.The first DVD contains the roast of Dave Miller (along with the awarding of prizes for various contests and a moment of silence for Gary Utter). Also on the DVD are Sharon Knoblock’s presentation on genealogy and some after-hours stuff […]
AppleWin, the IIe emulator for Windows, has been updated with several new features and fixes. The author has rewritten a substantial amount of the core emulation code for version 1.12.04. Folks can submit features for his wishlist.Changes since the last version include: Known bugs:
5112080933 – Ends Aug-03-04 08:40:34 PDT Apple II Pre-Production Prototype #111 This will probably sell for (relatively speaking) big bucks, but depending on how much you love the Apple II platform, it could be yours – a TRULY RARE piece of early Apple II history. 08/03 UPDATE: The auction ended with a final bid of […]
Stephen Heumann has posted VNCView GS to the A2 library on Syndicomm Online. This software allows an Apple IIgs to connect over a network to any computer providing VNC services, to display and interact with that computer’s graphical desktop environment.
Ventzislav Tzvetkov ported his columns-type Amiga game Colorix to the Apple II. Source code is included and the game runs on both 8-bit and 16-bit Apple IIs. His announcement of the game on Usenet discusses how he solved some programming problems.