Fat Elk Software

Fat Elk Software

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beshare_info x86_64
BeShare:Info attribute editor

An app to edit the BeShare:Info attribute for BeShare version 3.0+.
Packaged by: Jim Saxton black.belt.jimmy@gmail.com
copyright© 2015 2016 Jim Saxton, Fat Elk Software

beshare 3.04-1 x86_64
File Sharing and Chatting

BeShare is a BeOS/Haiku-native file sharing program. It operates similarly to other such programs (Napster, Hotline, etc) but with a few advantages:

BeShare allows you to upload or download any type of file, not just mp3. When browsing files, you can see their attributes (similar to Be's Tracker view) Your query is always "live", so if new files that match your query become available, you will see them added to the results list right away (you won't have to click refresh or anything first)

BeShare includes a rudimentary chat mechanism for you social types.

BeShare supports any number of simultaneous uploads and downloads in parallel, but will serialize simultaneous file requests to any given host for efficiency.

This version supports the BeShare:Info attribute, press the "Information" button to see the info for the selected file. It's also the Universal version, using stock BeOS APIs, which works on BeOS & Haiku, PowerPC & Intel CPUs, 32 bit & 64 bit.
Packaged by: Alexander G. M. Smith agmsmith@ncf.ca
copyright© Jeremy Friesner - Extensions by Pete Go

bookmarker 1.3-1 x86_64
Bookmark maker

Bookmarker makes and stores bookmarks (system wide links to web sites) for the Haiku Operating System. Italso adds the bookmarks to the Deskbar menu.
Packaged by: Jim Saxton black.belt.jimmy@gmail.com
copyright© 2011-2015 Jim Saxton, Fat Elk Software

helpviewer x86_64
Help File Viewer

HelpViewer is an application for viewing help files that use a simple html like mark-up. Unlike html, .hlp is directed at help files not a rich web experiance.
Packaged by: Jim Saxton, bbjimmy black.belt.jimmy@gmail.com
copyright© 2017 Jim Saxton, Fat Elk Software

yoshi 1.0.0-1 x86_64
Yab over the Shell Interface

Yoshi is used to allow a script to query the user for information. Yoshi displays information to the user and receives the input, then passes the information back to the script. Yoshi doesn't change your script into an interactive gui application. Each query window is closed when the information is returned and the script must open a new window to continue to interact with the user.
Packaged by: Jim Saxton black,belt.jimmy@gmail.com,
copyright© 2016 Jim Saxton, Fat Elk Software


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