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1. Pictures around AROS
2. Screenshots



1. Pictures around AROS

If you ever wanted to know what Aaron "Optimizer" Digulla looks like, here are some pictures:

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At work.

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Waiting like many other for Amiga Inc at the WoA 1999.

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Fabio Alemagna and Aaron Digulla in the Cafe 'Dolce Sosta' on the island Ischia (near Naples in Italy).

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Picture of Nils Henrik Lorentzen:

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Hiking in the Norwegian mountains.

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Picture of Peter Eriksson:

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Peter Eriksson ("petah") showing some of his earlier work. :)

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Picture of Sebastian Heutling:

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Sebastian "Bearly" Heutling celebrating his work with trackdisk.device :).

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Pictures of Fabio Alemagna:

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Fabio Alemagna in his house garden, taking a picture just for fun (although he doesn't seem to be enjoying that much...) :)

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If you ever wondered how does the Fabio's face look like, here it is! :)

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Picture of Henning Kiel:

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Henning Kiel in front of the logo at the entrance of the IAC (Instituto de Astrofisíca de Canarias) in Tenerife, Spain.

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Picture of Matt Parsons:

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Matt "Crazy" Parsons observing the Hubble space telescope.

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Picture of Michael Schulz:

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Michael Schulz working in MADIREL Laboratory in Marseille/France on some kind of werid electrodes.

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Pictures of Adam Chodorowski:

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Adam Chodorowski posing for the camera; wearing some horrible sunglasses that he insists on not being his. ;-)

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Adam att the AmiGBG 2002 fair, typing away on his laptop.

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Picture of Ola Jensen:

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4play aka Ola Jensen, the #Aros Channel Operator on IRC

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Picture of David Le Corfec:

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Diseased (and it shows), on windy Djerba, Tunisia, Sep-2002.

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Hopefully, more pictures of AROS developers will show up here :-)

2. Screenshots

29.11.2002 - HDToolBox takes shape...

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Start Window with selected fdsk.device that contains one Unit (see left lister).

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Double click on fdsk.device shows all available units of the device here -> Unit 0 which contains a PC-MBR-Partition Table with 3 partitions.

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Click on "Change Type" or "Create Table" shows the window where you can choose which type of partition table should be created.

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Click on "Resize/Move" lets one resize move partitions of the selected harddisk/unit.

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A doubeclick on a HD/Unit shows all partitions a click on "Change Type" pops up the PC-MBR partition type chooser for partition 0.

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A click on "Create Table" displays the partition table type chooser.

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A RDB partition table was created and with a doubleclick we can now see the partitions of the newly created table. We currently don't have any so "AddEntry" displays this window.

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A partition named DH0 is now created. Let's rename it to "HD0".

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Check the DosEnvec entries after having clicked the "DosEnvec" button.

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Enable automount and bootable by clicking on "Switches".

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The partition is too big - so resize it to 10G using the "Resize/Move" button.

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A click on "Change Type" shows the available PartitionTypes.

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Go back to the first window with the devices, select fdsk.device and click on "Save Changes".

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6.7.2002 - Renewed Zune and preferences screenshots

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The Locale, Input, Serial and Font preference programs.

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Always the same MUI test applications, plus a barebone Zune prefs editor and another little application, testing the layout engine. You can see how Zune is improving!

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17.3.2002 - Here it comes: MUI!

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A MUI test application running under AROS hosted, using the Zune engine.

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10.1.2002 - Three demos running simultanously on AROS

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Behold AROS in all its beauty: these three demos are running at the same time, carefully supervised by exec. From left to right, "Flamme", "Knp" and "Firework" all show their stuff (the latter demo being the latest addition to the AROS deck of magic cards).

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22.10.2001 - Programming in False

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Now you can also develop in AROS using the False programming language by Wouter van Oortmerssen! The screenshot show a False program displaying all primes between 0 and 100 (backwards), with the sourcecode just above. Nice and readable, eh? ;-)

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18.10.2001 - Development in AROS

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Doing some development *in* AROS using XDME and Python. The Python program that is being edited can be seen in action, drawing a simple AROS logo in a window using the IntuitionLibrary module.

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A session with the interactive Python interpreter, using it to list the contents of some directories and read from a text file.

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28.2.2001 - Preferences programs

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The first prefs program is finished: Locale. The languages and countries you see in the image are all implemented in AROS. The GUI strings in the image are in German to show that locale.library and catalogs are working.

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22.2.2001 - Finally some new screenshots

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Knp, DawaFire, Galaxy. All these look much better in motion, though

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Multiview with ascii.datatype, binary.datatype and text.datatype in action.

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Finally kissed topaz 8 good bye. Shows also an irregular shaped window. Clicking in the transparent areas go through to the windows below. The boot shell window shows that windows can now be dragged off the screen. There is also the menu of the file requester window visible

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Shows WiMP, a window manipulation tool, plus two games from Aminet which were already ported long time ago.

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24.11.2000 - ReqTools

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File Requester, Font Requester, String Requester, Long Requester

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Screenmode Requester, Palette Requester, EZ Requester, Prefs program.

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26.8.2000 - Screenshots of native-i386 AROS running on VMWare/Linux.

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Native/i386 AROS' SAD running under VMWare/Linux

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Native/i386 AROS' Workbench Screen running under VMWare/Linux

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10.7.2000 - BGUI, the BOOPSI Graphical User Interface

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BGUIDemo.

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The BGUI prefs program and some other BGUI demos.

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8.5.2000 - Freetype2 (http://www.freetype.org), a font engine with anti aliasing support for outline font formats like TrueType and Type1.

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The ftstring Freetype demo program proving that ...

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Another Freetype demo program showing the glyphs of two fonts.

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23.4.2000 - A screenshot of AROS running on Linux with many launched programs and another (quite blurry one) screenshot of AROS running natively on IBM compatible computers.

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Running natively on IBM compatible computers

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Running under Linux

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6.4.2000 - Directory Opus 4.12 running under AROS. Still a bit unstable and some things which don't work (because of not yet implemented AROS functions, no ARexx, ...), but it does work!

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Linux Desktop with the Workbench Screen and DOpus running on it's own screen

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Linux Desktop with the Workbench Screen and ConfigOpus running on it's own screen .

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9.3.2000 - MAME, the great Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator has been ported to AROS. Here are screenshots from

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Raiden and Caveman Ninja

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StarWars and R-Type 2

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Carrier Wing and 1941

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Outrun and GunForce

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1.3.2000 - Now, there is also Doom.

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Or you can run it several times in small windows

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Or you can run it several times in small windows

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This one has less but bigger windows

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You can run it in multiplayer mode on one machine. Its hard to control, tough. Too many fingers on keyboard :-)

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24.2.2000 - Of course, Quake has been ported to AROS

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The start room

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Exploding grenade

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A "nailed" enemy

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A room

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23.2.2000 - Here are screenshots of two different voxel demos

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Voxel

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NewVox

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12.2.2000 - The "Workbench" of AROS (it's just a screen) with some open windows.

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Same picture in two formats

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25.7.1999 - A small window with three mutually exclusive gadgets plus a window with all working GadTools gadgets.

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Clicking on one of the gadgets

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Moving the window around

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Releasing the mouse

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All GadTools gadgets that AROS currently supports.

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2.3.1999 - Screenshots (real screenshots :-)) of the IBMPC port of AROS. This is a standalone version of AROS (which means that the computer is booted with AROS as opposed to the emulation flavour where the computer is booted with another OS and AROS runs as an application on that OS). You can see AROS

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booting...

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and running (it doesn't do much, yet. It just runs SAD, the serial debugger and waits for input).

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A bit closer.

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A real screenshot of the running AROS.

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and bigger. The dark character in the right top edge is not a bug; it's a second task running to prove that the multitasking actually works.

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A faked screenshot (better readable)

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26.2.1999 - The first game ever ported to AROS was Moria3D (what happened to it, btw. ?). Here are a few screenshots:

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A corridor with a ring

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A bend of a corridor

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A room

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24.6.1997 - Here are two older screenshots from programs which at that time still ran directly in an X window, because a layers.library did not yet exist. At this time each AROS window mapped to an X window. Today when AROS is running hosted under Linux an X window represents an AROS screen.

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Demo of some rendering modes and gadgets.

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Displaying Amiga icons

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