Gezocht: software van NewVision Benelux (Rad van Fortuin, Lingo, VideoBench..)

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Por lockantr

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18-01-2009, 11:22

In de periode van 1990 tot 1993 ben ik zeer intensief bezig geweest met MSX in Nederland.
Onder de naam NewVision Benelux heb ik toen diverse programma's gemaakt en uitgebracht.

Picture Kit, Demo Kit, Turbo Wipe, Rad van Fortuin, Lingo, Multibarcode en VideoBench zijn hier enkele voorbeelden van.

Zo dom als ik was heb ik na die tijd alles weggedaan, ik heb dus helemaal niets meer van deze software etc.

Kan iemand mij helpen aan deze software? Ook ben ik op zoek naar recensie van de software in MSX Club Magazine (Belgie), de orginele magazines of PDF bestandjes van de recenties.

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Por wolf_

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18-01-2009, 11:43

English please! Hannibal

Por Hrothgar

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18-01-2009, 11:48

Aangezien de programma's ook in het Nederlands zijn zullen de buitenlandse lezers er toch niet veel aan hebben Evil

Wat geinig, ik ben toen ook bezig geweest met een Lingo in MSX2 Basic. Nooit afgekregen helaas. Ik geloof dat links naar downloadsites niet zo worden gewaardeerd hier, maar als je even googlet op lingo +msx zou je het een en ander moeten vinden.

Por ro

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18-01-2009, 16:18

That's why there's a NL.MSX.ORG forum Wink

Por RetroTechie

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18-01-2009, 18:49

Welcome back then! I don't think it happens too often that original developers from the 'booming days' pop up here, so may I invite you to create a post in the 'Who = Who' section on this forum?

We might be interested to hear how you got into contact with MSX, first / other computer experience, specific skills, people / groups you knew etc. etc. Thanks in advance if you take the time!

As for your question: Lingo should be easy to find (I think I've got a copy buried somewhere myself), Rad van Fortuin also, Videobench sounds vaguely familiar... Perhaps you can give a one-line explanation of what the other programs you mentioned are, what they do?

Reviews: AFAIK many paper MSX magazines have never (yet) been digitized, let alone with an index that can be electronically searched. However: if anyone here recalls anything, then the magazines to visit are surely still floating around *somewhere* ! Do you remember the NAME of specific magazines that featured a review of your products?

Also try Generation MSX:
Has a database with info on a lot of MSX titles.

Zo dom als ik was heb ik na die tijd alles weggedaan (..)

Smart move... some of us idiots wasted half their lives on this shit ;(

Por Manuel

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19-01-2009, 10:34

I've been able to get him most of this stuff back, but my original Picture Kit disk is broken. Does someone have the original Picture Kit? If so, please make a single sided disk image of it. I've spoken to the author (who is the original poster of this thread) and he doesn't mind, as he hopes to get his own software back! Smile Also, he promised me the software could be put in the download database after it's retrieved Smile

Oh, I don't know about MultiBarCode... What's that? It wasn't in the list lockantr sent me.

Por Manuel

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19-01-2009, 19:10

Hmm, I seem to have a program called "Multi Barcode" myself, but it's made by "Club van 6"... is it the same?

Por lockantr

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19-01-2009, 22:51

I've already got all the software i needed. Thanks for your help! Especially Manuel, thanks.

Multi Barcode was made by me, but it was published by Club van 6.

As Manuel was writting, hereby i officially announce that all the NewVision Benelux software is public domain.

Enjoy our software!

Por Manuel

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20-01-2009, 10:02

lockantr: ah, I didn't know about the MultiBarCode. Can you check if your entries are correct on Generation MSX? See e.g.

I'll still have to add MultiBarCode. Can you provide me with the details about it?

Por lockantr

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20-01-2009, 20:10

manuel: entries look fine to me.

MultiBarCode is still copyrighted by Club van 6. They were based in Oss. I have no further info.

There is also a FMPAC demodisk created by NewVision Benelux, it was supplied when you bought an FMPAC at the MSX TIME Store.

Por AuroraMSX

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20-01-2009, 20:26

Argh! The "Bende van 6"! I had a look at their "Multi-Menu" (or whatever it was called) once. What a piece of over-priced crap! Tongue

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