Our friends at AtariMagazines.com have posted the full text of 21 more issues of the classic Compute! magazine on their web site. Published from 1979 through 1994, Compute! was a multiplatform computer magazine covering Atari, Apple II, Commodore, Texas Instruments, Timex/Sinclair, and many other early personal computers.
Gerard Putter has updated his excellent 8-bit Apple II emulator, Virtual ][ to version 5.3. The new version is now scriptable using AppleScript, and includes a number of sample scripts that demonstrate features of the software. In addition, there’s a new menu command to safe a screenshot of the emulated Apple II in TIFF format.
Eric Shepherd announced this week that he’s finally made arrangements to release his Mac OS X port of the Sweet16 Apple IIgs emulator. As a Universal Binary, it runs on both PowerPC and Intel Mac systems, and provides a number of nice features including support for printing from desktop applications to the Mac’s Preview application, […]
Lyle Syverson has posted the June, 2006 issue of The Lamp!, the monthly look at the goings-on in the Apple II forum on Syndicomm Online.
ADTPro is a ProDOS variant of the popular disk image transfer program ADT. It features a server written in Java and compatibility with all major Apple II disk image formats.
Syndicomm announced this morning that Volume 11, Issue 2 of Juiced.GS magazine has started mailing, with the first of two batches of subscribers’ copies being mailed today and the rest planned to go out tomorrow.The new issue includes a preview of Ewen Wannop’s new SAFE 2 FTP program, reviews of the Semi-Virtual Disk and DiskMaker […]
A.P.P.L.E. announced today that it has made available the Apple II book Understanding the Apple II available for free download in PDF format. Update: Site registration is required to access the file.
The Big-8 Management Board has initiated RFD procedures to discontinue the comp.sources.apple2 usenet newsgroup due to inactivity (just as comp.binaries.apple2 was earlier this month).
If you’re planning to attend KansasFest next month, consider sharing your knowledge with fellow Apple II users by giving a presentation. Valid topics are anything Apple II related, from getting the most out of your favorite productivity application to deep programming geekiness. Sign up for a session slot now!
Andy McFadden has updated CiderPress to version 2.4.1, with a few small bug fixes.