|Workbench Release 1.2, v33.46, 33.47, 33.56, 33.59, 33.61 (Kickstarts v33.166, 33.180)|
|Release date: 1986, 1987||New ROM (256KB, or Kickstart disk for A1000) and software|
|Shipped with: Amiga 500, 2000, available as update|
The Trashcan icon gained some detail, icons were now visible when dragged, and the RAM: disk appeared.
The following messages appear in the titlebar of Workbench, if the given keys are pressed together with both Alt and both Shift keys. Note that to view the messages that appeared in the titlebar, and still have enough time to note them or snapshot the screen, simply select "Last Error" from the Workbench menu.
The following message appears, if a disk is removed or inserted while one of the above key combinations is pressed:
Hidden messages extracted from Workbench v33.43 Preferences (for the Amiga 1000—rumour has it there are 10 of them):
Caryn and =3DRJ=3D Love 4 Ever = INTUITION by =3DRJ Mical=3D Software Artist Deluxe Preferences written by Barry Walsh and Jon Prince. = Dedicated to Penny Ridell with all my love Jon Prince. = Watch out for more software from Barry Walsh. Carl EXEC Sassenrath reminds: All things are in Flux! Luck Trucking Dale, We are the Champions. To the original Amiga crew! We ARE the busy guys! We win. Salute to the Commodore-Amiga folks who made this machine. =AB ( RidelMany thanks to Judy Braddick for Diskcopy & Info. ns. To the...=
Following these steps for more messages:
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
3 2 4 2 4 3 2 2 3 2 4 2 4 3 2 2
There is a small mystery on the Preferences screen. Directly to the left of the date, there is a hidden gadget, one pixel wide, eight pixels high. It can be activated by clicking on it. The only effect I know of so far is that after clicking on it, the date will increment or decrement by strange amounts.
The following messages can be found in the 1.2 Kickstart ROM (v33.180) at the following addresses:
The following message appears, while the disk.info of a disk which has been inserted is read and one of the above key combinations is pressed: