ZX Spectrum Amp
(c) 2000 Neil Harvey
An Amp dedicated to the biggest selling home computer of the 80's the ZX Spectrum, or TS2068 for our American friends.The 48k Spectrum was the first computer I ever owned. An amazing piece of kit at the time and I spend countless days alone with it, quite sad really looking back now.
It was more than just a computer though. It was a way of life, and for those very cold nights, the transformer made a very good foot warmer.
As machines go, this was a PC beater on all counts, it didn't need resetting every 5 minutes, plug and play actually worked, it wasn't out of date the second after you bought it, it is Y2K compatible, wasn't "Intel inside" and definitely didn't owe anything to a gentleman called "Bill"
It also taught me all about file sharing, all you fellow Spectrum owners out there will know what I mean ;-)
Upgraded to WA2.9 specification.
changed EQ window to look like a spectrum loading screen.
added EQ bars, added title bars to play list and MB.
Tweaked title bar, completely buggered it up, spent next 3 hours fixing it.
Main window tweaked, to add depth, openers and closers added to all windows, pos/vol/bal skinned, MB + AVS skinned, play list buttons added, cursors added, not sure about those. This readme file added.
Initial idea, initial layout set down, main window skinned, set layout for EQ. Transparent corners added.
//if NS 4+
//if IE 4+
else if (browser_type=="Microsoft Internet Explorer"&&browser_version>=4)
//Default goto page (NOT NS 4+ and NOT IE 4+)
Here is another Utena skin! It's from an ad for the new Utena movie that is
coming out soon in Japan. Wow, this movie looks funky! Not that the
series itself isn't surreal in the extreme, but the new character designs
are a bit different, ...
Zeus v2 nano by Jesper Bentzen
Released 20th April 2001
This is a colour variant of Zeus v2.1 Anoxia
from 10th March 2001.
Find other colour variants at www.anovadesign.com
Do not change ...