Jack 3.1 is now available on OS4Depot.
In the distribution you will find versions available for OS3/4, MorphOS and AROS.
SO WHAT’S NEW?
- Comprehensive Download Manager in the App-Store
- Added suport for AROS, Classic and MorphOS computers in the Community Statistics panel and elsewhere
- Improved general caching within the AppStore and increased archive name recognition database
- Platform-independency and removal of all (most) third-party tools and applications including Curl/Wget
- From now on all URLs are called via the OpenURL suite
- Watermarks fixed in single-image mode
- All fonts are now anti-aliased
- Many more numerous bug fixes and optimisations
- For full list of changes and bug fixes, read the .readme or the documentation included
Both the MorphOS and OS3 are untested and require through testing by myself, and the Amiga community.
Please join the new Jack Beta Mailing ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) – ensure you include the word ‘subscribe’ (without-quotes) in the subject of your email.
Thank you, I hope you continue to enjoy Jack for… everyone!
A quick update on the progress of the alll-new singing and dancing Download Manager for Jack.
At present the Download Manager doesn’t allow for asynchronous downloads, this will come in the future when I’ve learnt some more about the HTTP Protocol, but for now just about everything is working and the next update of Jack will be available shortly – fingers crossed for the weekend.
Jack for AmigaOS, Jack for MorphOS, Jack for AROS, Jack for Classic….
Yeah thats right I’ve started porting Jack to the other Amiga-like OSes in the last couple of weeks and so far have most of it working under AROS, still a fair way to go mind.
I have set up a mailing list, if you want to Beta Test Jack under one of the ‘Other OSes’ please send an email to email@example.com with ‘subscribe’ in the subject heading.
For the time being check out the increased number of options now available against each and every software released on OS4Depot.
Are you a developer? If the answer is Yes read on.
Do you receive any donations for all your hardwork? If the answer is a little or not much, please continue to read on.
Looking for yet another way to reach out to end-users? Of course you are!
Introducing the new Download Manager coming soon to Jack.
The new Download Manager can allow end-users to send a donation direct to the developer.
All you need is a PayPal account in order to receive donations.
Check out the images below to see how the process works.
“So how can I get involved as a Developer?”
How much does this cost me? Nothing, but the time it takes to get in touch with me by email; see my profile on AmigaWorld.
Still Interested? Simply provide the following information in your email:
1. Send URLs to files hosted on OS4Depot*:
* Fully qualified URL to the file
2. Your preferred currency to receive payments in, e.g. GBP, USD.
3. The paypal email address in which you would like to receive payments into.