Posts Tagged ‘2001’

MultiEx Commander 3.4b

dinsdag, december 20th, 2011
TitleMultiEx Commander 3.4b
Screenshotmexcom34
Year2001
Estimated date2001-12-19
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionVersion 3.4 of my MultiEx Commander.
- File preview handling through Windows registry enables almost any file to be previewed - MultiEx View removed because of redundance - Right-Click Popup menu's added for userfriendlyness - Saves current paths used by user when closed, and returns there when started - New menu added : Edit - Search archive for files option added - Statusbar added for information on current events. - Added a progress bar during a MultiEx 3 session - Added a progress bar during file analysis session - Custom system message window removed, uses standard - Background music has been removed - Visit web-button removed - New button images by xeNusion now also in this version - Layout changed to standard Windows style - User will be notified when he attempts to open an archive with read-only attributes with MultiEx2(16-bit) to open it MultiEx2 refuses to open read-only files. - MultiEx3 can handle Zlib compression format, also when importing - Added new script commands for MultiEX 3 ASize, ComType, CLog - Altered MultiEx 3 script command GetDString to expand usage Bugs fixed: - Some pop up windows would not return focus to Multiex Commander upon closure. Fixed. - Temporary files were not always deleted when MultiEx Commander was closed. Fixed. - Upon start of MultiEx Commander the internet would be started to do a quick scan for updates. Removed. Now only when the user chooses it in the Extra menu will this be done. New games supported by MultiEx 3: Arcanum DAT file format ...                 +IMPORT FUNCTION Doom, Doom 2, Etherlords RES format                                   +IMPORT FUNCTION Hexen and Heretic WAD fileformat converted to Mex3 ...    +IMPORT FUNCTION FIFA2002 *.BIG files ...                 extract only Half Life : Blue Shift PAK file format added...        +IMPORT FUNCTION Kohan TGW file format converted to Mex3 ...         +IMPORT FUNCTION Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds DRS file format...    +IMPORT FUNCTION Latest games supported with info-zip: Deadly Dozen ZA files ...                extract only Return To Castle Wolfenstein PK3 files...        extract only Thus, totaling Import support for these games: Arcanum                             (*.DAT files) Doom 1                (*.WAD files) Doom 2                (*.WAD files) Kohan                (*.TGW files) Emperor : Battle For Dune     (*.BAG files) Etherlords            (*.RES files) Frank Herbert's Dune         (*.DUN files) Gunman Chronicles         (*.PAK files) Half-Life             (*.PAK files) Half-Life Blue Shift         (*.PAK files) Half-Life Opposing Force     (*.PAK files) Half-Life Team Fortress         (*.PAK files) Half-Life Counterstrike         (*.PAK files) Heretic 1            (*.WAD files) Heretic 2             (*.PAK files) Heroes Chronicles         (*.SND files) Hexen 1            (*.WAD files) Hexen 2             (*.PAK files) Star Wars Galactic Battlegrounds(*.DRS files) Quake 1             (*.PAK files) Quake 2             (*.PAK files)
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MultiEx Commander 3.3b (PC Games Hardware)

dinsdag, december 20th, 2011
TitleMultiEx Commander 3.3b (PC Games Hardware)
Screenshotmexcom33_pcgh
Year2001
Estimated date2001-10-10
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionThis is a version I customized for PC Games Hardware, the German hardcopy magazine, in 2001, for their cover DVD. Features a logo from the mag.
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MultiEx Commander 3.2b

zondag, december 18th, 2011
TitleMultiEx Commander 3.2b
Screenshotmexcom32
Year2001
Estimated date2001-05-17
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionVersion 3.2b of MultiEx Commander was a milestone. New layout, much more easy UI, and exclusive music by Jeroen Tel (Wave/MoN), Thomas Mogensen (Drax/MoN), Thomas Petersen (Laxity/MoN), Emile van den Akker (The Gee/XeNTaX), Andrew Yates (Aymes/XeNTaX) and Thomas Manske (Peace/XeNTaX).
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MultiEx Commander 3.1b

zondag, december 18th, 2011
TitleMultiEx Commander 3.1b
Screenshotmexcom31
Year2001
Estimated date2001-04-16
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionAn updated version of MultiEx Commander, now with my own music in the background as well.
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MultiEx Commander 3.0b

zondag, december 18th, 2011
TitleMultiEx Commander 3.0b
Screenshotmexcom30
Year2001
Estimated date2001-04-08
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionMy first Windows version of MultiEx Commander! My venture into the world of Visual Basic and Windows apps.
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Tyrant

zaterdag, december 10th, 2011
TitleTyrant
Screenshotlogosid
Year2001
Estimated date2001-07-07
CategoryMusic
PlatformPC
DescriptionThis is my last PC tune done in Fasttracker 2. Play with XMPlay!
  - -==>   XeNTaX Zax 2001   <==- - http://www.xentax.com - -==> Demo Music and Code <==- - Title : Tyrant Author: Michael Zuurman Handle: Mr.Mouse Date  : July 2001 Style : Symphonic, dark, melodic Time  : 3:00 minutes Format: XM (Fasttracker 2.09) Player: WinAmp, XMPlay, Fasttracker 2 Greets: View song info - -==>   XeNTaX Zax 2001   <==- - http://www.xentax.com - -==> Demo Music and Code <==- -
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MultiEx Commander (DOS)

donderdag, december 8th, 2011
TitleMultiEx Commander (DOS)
Screenshotcreation
Year2001
Estimated date2001-02-23
CategorySoftware
PlatformPC
DescriptionThe last DOS version of my MultiEx Commander, a GUI for multiex.exe (DOS).
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Intro Zak

maandag, december 5th, 2011
TitleIntro Zak
Screenshotctxmas
Year2001
Estimated date2001-11-30
CategoryMusic
PlatformCommodore 64
DescriptionThis is a clear and heavy small piece of intro music done in Cybertracker.
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Too small

maandag, december 5th, 2011
TitleToo Small
Screenshotctxmas
Year2001
Estimated date2001-11-26
CategoryMusic
PlatformCommodore 64
DescriptionToo Small is indeed a small tune. Done in Cybertracker
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Rememberance

maandag, december 5th, 2011
TitleRememberance
Screenshotctxmas
Year2001
Estimated date2001-11-18
CategoryMusic
PlatformCommodore 64
DescriptionRememberance is a nice little attempt in Cybertracker to get certain sounds from my past.
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