The GNO Apple II Archive has been offline while the Trenco network undergoes reorganization. By popular request, Devin Reade has made the archive available again while everything is being migrated to the new server.
Eric Shepherd has released Sweet16 1.7.2, the latest version of the Apple IIgs emulator for Mac OS X. The new version fixes a bug that prevented writing to 5.25? disk images, and lets you mount multiple disks at a time by dragging a number of images at once into the Disks window.
David Schmidt has updated ADTPro beta which now supports 115,200bps on the Apple IIGS serial port.
Gerard Putter has updated his excellent 8-bit Apple II emulator, Virtual ][ to version 5.4. What’s new in version 5.4
Syndicomm has two Nibble Magazine products available for purchase in its online store for a limited time. The first, Nibble: The Full 12 1/2 Years is a DVD-ROM product containing scanned PDFs of every single issue of Nibble ever published. Nibble: 16 Volume Books Collection contains 16 themed Nibble books all on one CD-ROM.
Syndicomm has finally added The Definitive GS+: Volume Two and The Definitive GS+: Volume Three to its online store, after releasing both products at KansasFest. These two products contain the second and third years, respectively, of GS+ Magazine in painstakingly-reproduced, searchable, PDF format.
Steve Wozniak has joined the judge’s panel of My Dream App, a competition that is a cross between American Idol and HackFest, wherein Mac users have five weeks to develop a killer app. Other judges include David Pogue and Guy Kawasaki.
Eric Shepherd tonight released version 1.7.1 of Sweet16, the recently-released Apple IIgs emulator for Mac OS X. The new feature includes a couple of modest new features and fixes a slough of bugs. A complete list of the fixes is available on the Sweet16 web page.
Lyle Syverson has released the August 2006 issue of The Lamp!, which is a monthly distillation of the best posts from the Apple II forums at Syndicomm Online.
Sweet16, the new Apple IIgs emulator for Mac OS X, has been updated again, this time to version 1.7. The new version has a bunch of changes, including fixes for some (but admittedly not all) of the most-reported issues. Performance on PowerPC systems is also much improved.A complete list of the changes follows: