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Re: PCWwiki
« Reply #25 on: 12:49, 23 March 20 »
I used Masterfile 3 for the CPC for almost a decade - if you want to see how similar it was to its "big cousin" have a look at this short video:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpBYxQD6944&t=17s

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« Reply #26 on: 13:11, 23 March 20 »
The video is great. The truth is that they are very similar in terms of menu. Thank you

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Re: PCWwiki
« Reply #27 on: 01:41, 25 March 20 »
Good morning, for PCW users, we have released a new program in English "Label Printer". This program is a utility to create and print labels. Your upload via CP/M+. Let's enjoy it.


http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=es:aplicaciones:label_printer


Love it! This was just a quick and dirty attempt but not bad actually!

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« Reply #28 on: 02:24, 25 March 20 »
Fantastic, a great idea to see the operation and results of the "Label Printer" program. Thank you :D

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Re: PCWwiki
« Reply #29 on: 08:26, 25 March 20 »
Good label for a Great album ;)
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Re: PCWwiki
« Reply #30 on: 10:06, 26 March 20 »
Good morning, we leave you with Iankey Two Fingers in its version v3.01 from the company Iansyst Ltd, a typing learning program. It runs on its A side: on an Amstrad PCW and on B side: on a CPC. Hopefully you enjoy it.


http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=es:aplicaciones:iankey_tft

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Re: PCWwiki
« Reply #31 on: 08:53, 27 March 20 »
Good morning, we leave you with RAMtest in its v1.4 version from the company Locomotive Software Ltd, a program whose function is to check the memory modules of the PCW range. The program detects the installed memory and checks with a series of tests if any of the modules fails. A good utility that will avoid problems and headaches. Hopefully you enjoy it.


http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=es:aplicaciones:ramtest_program

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« Reply #32 on: 12:19, 31 March 20 »
Good morning, we leave you with Full Poly System v1.01 from the company Arcom Software. A graphical presentation system that includes the polyword, polymail and polyplot programs. Hopefully you enjoy it.


http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=es:aplicaciones:full_poly_system

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Re: PCWwiki
« Reply #33 on: 20:32, 04 April 20 »
Good afternoon, we leave you both for CPC`s and for PCW´s with the graphic package of the company Digital Research, DR Graph "in its v1.0. This very powerful and easy to use graphic package will help us a lot in the work, including sending them to the printer. Hopefully you enjoy it.


http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=es:aplicaciones:dr_graph

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Re: PCWwiki
« Reply #34 on: Today at 09:34 »
Good morning, today for the PCW's we leave you with "Hands-On LocoScript" one of the first books based on the famous word processor Locoscript. The book was written on an Amstrad PCW and printed on its 8000 series matrix printer with its word processor incorporated in its 1.04 LocoScript version, precisely the system disk that incorporates this range. Hopefully you enjoy it.


http://www.habisoft.com/pcwwiki/doku.php?id=es:hands-on_locoscript