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Cover of issue 13
Issue status: May be available from our distributors.
Also available on Total Amiga Archive CD 1.

Release Date: 30th October 2002

Issue Status: Complete.

Non-advertising Pages: 41.5


  • News
    • AmigaOS 4 Update
    • MorphOS and Pegasos Update
    • Columns from Fleecy Moss and Alan Redhouse
  • Features
    • Digital Cameras - Includes information on choosing a camera, connecting it to your Amiga and using the images.
    • Interactive Fiction - A look back at the history of IF, the current state of the genre and how you can get involved with your Amiga.
    • Interviews with Davy Wentzler (Audio Evolution) and Matthew Kille (Zoeneo).
    • Flashback - A new retro column, this issue looking at the A4000.
    • Power Tower Conversion - How Matt Morris of BAC turned his Power Tower into a thing of beauty.
  • Reviews
    • GoldED Studio AIX
    • Thylacine Zorro USB card
    • fxSCAN 4 with USB scanner support
    • Epson Perfection 1650 USB Scanner
    • Tales of Tamar
    • Earth 2140 Mission Pack
    • PD Paradise: Privoxy and MultiRename
  • Support
    • Photogenics 5 Layers Tutorial
    • Reader Letters

Availability: Available now for immediate delivery.


Support Files
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The completed composition. Here you can download the files for our Photogenics Layers tutorial. The LHA archive contains the complete layered Photogenics image. The first two IFFs are the orignal photos used and the third is an image with the three colour bars of the german flag..
koln_composition.lha (1232K)
koln_dom_640.iff (729K)
koln_dom_mosaic_640.iff (900K)
germanflag.iff (900K)
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