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I've never seen this old program before...

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Thanks, I found the downloadable documentation << HERE >> and even << HERE >> at the Opa site, but I could not seem to locate the actual program to see if I could use it. Was it ever released to the public, or is the author still holding rights?

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Gary from opa is the author. I have the software but would not want to post without his permission. I would bet its on the wht though.

Ralph

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Gary from opa is the author. I have the software but would not want to post without his permission. I would bet its on the wht though.

Ralph

 

Look in the Cartridges folder.

 

Gazoo

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Look for CATLIB and CATLIB Companion. They are pretty nice disk catalog/database programs. I used to use these programs to sort, print, and quickly find programs when I was the Milwaukee Area User Group Geneve librarian.

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I was testing this old program to see if it could be of any use to me, but it apparently is has some issues...

 

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Most of the devices on your screen seem to show up correctly. It's the devices that are pretending to be a floppy drive that

appear to be the issue. I don't believe it's a problem with the program.

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This program was written before the age of all the new tech.

 

When it was designed only physical floppies existed.

 

It didn't even have HDD support, so there might be some major issues if you trying to use it with larger devices like HFC transfers and CF7 disks, it barely supported horizon ramdisk drives.

 

I plan soon to release the whole thing, program and full commented source code, after all the nice comments I might do so this week.

 

I will dump the archived digital tape, and packaged it up for everyone, and those that can understand my coding are more then free to expand on it, and make it better, etc.

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