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Surprise Amiga Workbench 3.1 Update, 20 Years Later

It’s fair to say that this was an update most of us never expected to see. Hyperion has released some bug fixes for Workbench, which can be used in emulation or classic hardware. The fixes are relatively minor, realistically speaking, but intriguing nevertheless. They also include a free copy of Workbench 1.3.3 as a “bonus” for anyone who wants or needs it as an added bonus. Workbench 3.1 (40.43)Bug fixes include: Compatible with A4000T Installer fixed to use proper assigns to allow installation from other media than 6 floppy disksWorkbench 1.3.3 C/SetClock v34.3 by Olaf Barthel, which fixes Y2K issues and also works on newer Kickstart versions. The old SetClock command got renamed and left on disk for reference Deactivated “FF” program in Startup-Sequence to prevent problems on 68020/030 processorsHyperion also released an update to Kickstart.Kickstart 3.1 (40.72). Changes include:exec.library 40.12 Updated the copyright information text Fixed a small bug in


 

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