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Realname: Maximilian Lueckenhaus
About me:always producing art, graphics, electronic music, working with computer science, drawing comics... besides> A310, A4, RiscPC, Iyonix
Homepage: http://www.wahre-kunst.de/lueckenhaus/
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On ARM shows off prototype netbooks:

great news - such a netbook with RISC OS on it would really be a dream; and finally bring back the chance of seeing RISC OS on a very stylish and really smart hardware. I love smart hardware, especially without noisy fans and heating keyboard parts, that can often be found at Windows laptops.

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 18/3/09 11:52AM
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On Welcome back to Drobe.co.uk:

the clear new Drobe interface now extended with some rare colour looks very good. And thanx again to the Drobe Team for the revitalisation of this site :)

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 17/11/08 12:05PM
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On South East 2008 show round up:

summer is over and Drobe is back again - thanx, thanx, thanx a lot to the drobe team for new articles and the excellent show review!!

And the best news of the show (for me) are the Photodesk enhancements; the first item for the x-mas wish list :-D

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 24/10/08 12:10PM
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On NetSurf bags GBP10K investment from Google:

Great news for this really useful and smart browser. It's also a good opportunity to make people (also outside the RISC OS community) aware of this fine alternative browser. And a brighter attention always can help in later funding and support for keeping this lovely project alive.

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 23/4/08 12:15PM
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On Animation software collection falls into R-Comp's hands:

Also off topic slight - oops, you "caught me"; yes I would do icon/graphic design for an interesting RISC OS app, in principle - it's more a problem of time, because I'm invloved into much too many projects (music, comics, painting, drawing, working for money), thus I could only contribute, if I get enough time to design for an app :)

Regarding your comment about Animator and cartoon-style animations: good news, I look forward to use it on my Iyonix one fine day, especially such features as in-betweening :) Is there any page on the internet with a more detailed description of the Animator's features, or should I simply wait for the release under R-Comp's flag?

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 15/4/08 8:06PM
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On Animation software collection falls into R-Comp's hands:

Of course, there are thousands of badly designed web pages around the world that make use of Flash, but that's not the fault of Flash, but of the people that use it. I don't think that it is a question of personal dislike of Flash or not. In any case, animations are a powerful tool for teaching, for presentations, and artworks. And Flash - with its ability to both use vector-based graphics and bitmaps is not a too bad format, especially as it is supported by most of the browsers and therefore has a connecting function, such as PDF, for presenting graphics/data across different operating systems and computers. I experimented a lot with the RISC OS draw->flash convertor in former times for small cartoon animations (see [link] or [link]), but this is really extrem hard work and a lot of manual programming effort, if you want to move complex objects ... thus I still dream of a small Flash animation creator for RISC OS, for not beeing forced to use Mac or Windows computers in order to create animations beyond the Gif-Approach :)

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 15/4/08 5:51PM
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On Animation software collection falls into R-Comp's hands:

Good news that this software is further developed. So maybe there is the chance that it gets a flash format export one fine day so that we've get a flash animation tool with GUI on RISC OS. Let's hope, let's see ...

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 14/4/08 11:59AM
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On PDF import support for ArtWorks:

Excellent news and great to see that Artworks continuously is developed as an up-to-date graphics software, including the interaction to other packages on other platforms.

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 14/4/08 11:52AM
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On ArtWorks 2.7 features revealed:

Sounds very promising, for me especially the "sample picker" for the colour bar; i look forward to the release of 2.7.

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 14/3/07 12:18PM
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On How productive are you on RISC OS?:

I agree that Artworks 2 is a really good and efficient vector software (, while I still miss some features of Vantage that I extensively used before for professionell graphics works). However, what I really miss under RISC OS compared to Windows and Linux are state-of-art browsers (and a Midi interface for the Iyonix, which isn't the problem of the OS, of course).

 is a RISC OS Usertinopeners on 12/10/05 6:39PM
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