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Author richy
#16 Posted: 1 May 2006 09:58 
Hi AmiKit,

thanks for the super AmiKit.
I copied all files to my Amithlon emulation.
Up to a few patches (.... workbench.library)
I could use everything.
Thanks also for the "waits" in the Startup-sequence.

Very great job, keep on.


Author AmiKit
#17 Posted: 4 May 2006 20:31 
thanks for feedback richy!

but why thanks for "waits" in Startup-Sequence??? heh :) I am really curious!

Author Anonymous
#18 Posted: 26 Jun 2006 00:36 
Back in the day, I was one to meticulously arrange my Workbench, squeeze in as much as I could (ever constrained by space) libraries, needed utilities, a term program, viewers, etc.. I have my old A1200 hard drive image still, but terribly old. I also had used AIAB a couple years ago and recently wanted something similar, to have a set up Workbench to have all the utilities pre-installed (packing utilities, viewers and mod players, etc)

AmiKit is that and more -- space and resources not an issue, too. It's a wonderful piece of work, and a labor of love I'm sure. I can VERY much appreciate your work.

(well once I found how to change the backdrop image -- that might be a good entry for the tips and tricks page :) )

Author AmiKit
#19 Posted: 26 Jun 2006 11:02 
Thank you Anonymous! ;) I am always happy to hear people do like AmiKit!

To change the backdrop easily, just press right-mouse button over the picture file and select "Set as background".

Author Anonymous
#20 Posted: 26 Jun 2006 18:22 
That wasn't saving for me properly, so I had to right click and go into the Opus settings and change it from there... Also, the start menu and calandar would look a little odd, retaining the previous background's image. Going into the Opus settings and rebooting got it looking just fine.

Author AmiKit
#21 Posted: 26 Jun 2006 19:06 Edited by: AmiKit 
sure, but to avoid rebooting every time you can press right-click over the taskbar and select "refresh", then drag the limpidclock and move it a little bit and it adapts to new background quickly ;)

Author Overflow
#22 Posted: 14 Mar 2011 00:08 
Figured Id rather bump an existing thread instead of making my own.

I love AmiKit! I havent really used Amiga since the middle of the 90s, but
after buying AF2011 and installing Amikit I will defo try to configure it so I dont need windows7 for anything else than run AF2011

Author AmiKit
#23 Posted: 14 Mar 2011 19:36 
Thank you! Enjoy!

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