Dopus 4 is still actively developed (it was released under the GPL two years ago): (may be slow) (mirror) It comes with a biiig manual (Amigaguide) written by yours truly./me, is translated into 8 languages (more are on the way) and features lots of cool new ideas and bugfixes. Current version is 4.16, 4.17 will be released the next few days.
Jacek does/did most of the coding work on WinUAE-JIT, as his overclocked PPC Amiga was broken/not available for quite a few months now. So this is guaranteed to work with emulators.
Directory Opus 4 Research Project Navigation Latest Public Release: Directory Opus 4.16 Released on Wednesday, 04 July 2001 Here you can download the latest public release. This is the complete distribution of Directory Opus 4, including the manual. Requires AmigaOS 3.0 or higher. See below for an older version compatible with earlier revisions of AmigaOS. Sources for Directory Opus 4.16 (public release) Released on Wednesday, 04 July 2001 As DOpus is distributed under the GPL, the sourcecodes are available here. Ordinary users do not have to download this archive. The most recent version of the source tree is available at the.
Directory Opus 4.12 (final commercial release) Released on Saturday, 1 April 2006 This is the final commercial release of Directory Opus 4.12, the version that has been released on various magazine cover disks. Hosted with kind permission from. Directory Opus 4.12 will run on older versions of AmigaOS, so it might still be useful for some of you out there. Latest beta versions.
Contents. Preface This is a tutorial how to install the original Amiga version of Directory Opus 5.82 Magellan II filemanager on a MorphOS machine. There are newer versions of the program nowadays too, but at least MorphOS ports are a bit unstable at the moment and you might prefer to use the original version. Installation Installing from the Pre-installed Archive The easy method is to install from the pre-installed archive found. Download and extract it to the location you want. Edit the S:user-startup file with correct Assign and Path lines.
It is important that DOpus5: assign points to the correct directory where you extracted the archive. Here's how it looks after the original installer:. Reboot (or set both assign and path manually on the shell).
Remove the supplied LHA archive, LZX archive, and Sound Module filetypes, because they don't work properly on MorphOS. Delete them from DOpus5:Filetypes/ directory or move them to the DOpus5:Storage/ directory.
Or use Filetypes Settings on the program itself to remove or store them. You can now jump to the section of this tutorial. Installing from Floppy Images Nothing prevents from installing the program from scratch either. It just has more steps and requires original floppy images in ADF format. Download or convert to ADF with, for example. Download two patch archives from. These will be used to update from the initial Magellan II release (5.80) to the latest 5.82 version.
Start the Tools/FileImageCtrl program and insert 'Opus55Install' and 'Opus55Extras' ADF files into it (you can drag&drop the files or use the Insert button). Mount the images by selecting 'Amiga FFS' filesystem and clicking the Mount button for each file. FileImageCtrl window can be closed after successful mounting. Open the Opus55Install disk from the desktop and double click the InstallOpus icon. Only the important options are covered in the following steps, otherwise just follow the instructions and make your preferred selections. Select 'Install or Update Opus 5.5'.
Do not install ArcDir, because it's broken under MorphOS! We will replace it with XADopus instead. Select ' Do not start Directory Opus on boot' in startup options selection.
Reboot the machine after the installation is done. Start the Tools/FileImageCtrl program again, insert the MagellanIIInstall ADF image, and mount it. Open the disk on the desktop, double click the InstallOpusMagellanII icon, and select 'Update Opus to Magellan-II'. Installation should be straightforward to finish. After successful Magellan II update, extract the two patch archive files (5.81 and 5.82 updates) to a temporary directory, like 'Ram Disk:' for example. Navigate to 'PCH581' drawer, double click the OpusPatch580-581 file, and do the installation. Navigate to 'PCH582' drawer, double click the OpusPatch581-582 file, and start the installation.
When it asks to update the OS 3.5 icon.library, select ' Skip This Part'. The base installation is now done and you can start the program from the location you originally chose. Registration You can use a free serial number (4456BLJEM) to finalize the installation and to prevent the registration window popping up on program startup. Registration window may cause debug hits on MorphOS if it doesn't accept the data you entered. If that happens, reboot the machine before continuing. Workarounds for Graphical Issues on MorphOS When the program is run with default settings, it opens on its own screen and some quite visible graphical issues are seen. A custom screen title and two window gadgets don't seem to fit with the rest, and Ambient's PNG icons don't work.
The custom screen title can be removed with the DOpus/WorkbenchTitle env variable. Type in the shell: Setenv SAVE DOpus/WorkbenchTitle 1 One of the problematic gadgets can be removed with the following command: Setenv SAVE DOpus/HidePadLock 1 The other gadget (iconify) can be removed only by patching the original DirectoryOpus executable. A suitable patch for it can be found inside the program's archive. Extract the archive and run D2A/Patch/Script file.
It will make a backup of the original executable and replace it with a new patched one. Your Directory Opus screen should look like this now: Integrating with Ambient PNG icons can't be shown on the Directory Opus screen, but Directory Opus and its functionality can be integrated quite seamlessly to the Ambient screen.
It's convenient to select which way you want to manage the files when both Ambient and Directory Opus are on the same screen. You can open Ambient windows when wanting to view by PNG icons and unleash the power of Directory Opus in many other cases. The integration can be taken a step further by hiding the Directory Opus's main window and enabling the pop up of its listers when clicking on the Ambient screen. This can be achieved with or programs.
D2A will be used in this tutorial and it requires a working ARexx environment. If you haven't enabled ARexx in your system yet, install rexxsyslib.library with Grunch. Download and extract to some temporary directory if you haven't done it already. Disable (uncheck) the Backdrop mode from the pulldown menu on Directory Opus. Main window will show up in full screen size:. Resize the main window as small as possible.
Select 'Settings/Save Layout' from the pulldown menu to snapshot window positions. Open Environment settings from the 'Settings/Environment.' Pulldown menu and select 'Workbench: Use' to a display mode. Click 'Save' button. Directory Opus uses the Ambient screen now:. Open the D2A drawer and copy the D2A program to your WBStartup drawer (to be started on boot). (Optional step) By defalut D2A will open a DOpus lister when doing the double click on the desktop, but it may clash with the similar function in Ambient if you have enabled it.
D2A can be configured to open the DOpus lister with a single middle (wheel) click instead. Open the icon information window of the D2A in your WBStartup drawer (right click on it and select 'Information.'
Or left click to select the icon and lcommand-i from the keyboard). Double click the 'MIDDLE' tooltype so that parentheses around it are removed. Click 'Save' button.
(Optional step) If you want to disable the progress bar on the program startup, you can tune it with the D2A tooltypes too. Add a new tooltype DOPUSCOMMAND=Run DETACH QUIET DOpus5:DirectoryOpus QUIET and save it. The last QUIET disables the progress bar. If you now have Directory Opus quitted and double click the D2A icon on the WBStartup drawer (or reboot the computer), Directory Opus will load and it shows the little main window for a few seconds until it gets hidden. The rest of DOpus windows will stay visible on the Ambient screen and you can open new DOpus listers by middle click on empty space on the Ambient desktop (or double left click if you skipped the first optional step). The main window can be moved somewhere else on the screen to be less noticeable at the boot. For example to the lower right corner where it doesn't pop up over the drive icons.
You can unhide the hidden window with ctrl-alt-u or ctrl-alt-a keyboard combinations if you want to move it after the hiding. I also like to close all DOpus windows to let it be more under the hood on the startup. Use 'Save Layout' again to snapshot the window setup and positions. Directory Opus running under the hood after a reboot, available with a one click: Configuration Enabling the Archive Browsing with XADopus. Make sure that you don't have any archive filetypes enabled.
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The File Types window in Directory Opus should look like this after the initial installation:. Download archive from Aminet. Copy Modules/XADopus.module file from the downloaded archive to DOpus5:Modules/ directory. Copy contents of the Filetypes directory from the downloaded archive to the DOpus5:Filetypes/ directory. Your File Types window should look like this after that and you're ready to browse archives: Environment variables Type this in the shell to view certain pictures in more MorphOS friendly way: Setenv SAVE DOpus/ShowUseDatatypesFirst 1 Environment Settings The default settings are very modest in Directory Opus and you should go through the settings and read the documentation to get an impression what could be useful for you. Here are the most significant environment settings which should at least be enabled. Filename Length should be increased to the maximum of 107 characters.
It's probably a good idea to enable the RTG Mode for NewIcons. Name Mode PopUp (RMB contextual menus on name mode listers) and Inline Editing (realtime filename/date/protectionbit/comment/etc renaming) are very powerful options which should be enabled always. Thin Gadget Borders will look better on 1x1 pixel displays nowadays.
Enabling 'Mouse buttons over inactive banks' did cause some issues on MorphOS 1.x, but quickly tried it wouldn't look like that anymore, but keep it in mind if you decide to enable it. Filetypes Filetypes system is the heart of Directory Opus in practise.
Filetypes will identify the type of a file and define actions available for it. Every user should create new filetypes according the other software, needs, and configurations they have and prefer, but is a small collection for starters. Molle velcro patch panel. It should work generally under any MorphOS setup.
Copy the filetypes found in it to your DOpus5:Filetypes/ directory.
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12.7 / November 23, 2017; 2 months ago ( 2017-11-23), Website Directory Opus (or 'DOpus' as its users tend to call it) is a popular, originally written for the computer system in the early to mid-1990s. Development on the Amiga version ceased in 1997, but an entirely re-written version of Directory Opus is still being actively developed and sold for the operating system by GPSoftware.
Directory Opus was originally developed by, and is still written by, Australian Jonathan Potter. Until 1994, it was published by well-known Amiga software company, when the author joined with Greg Perry and the Australian-based GPSoftware to continue the development of the product, and it has been published by GPSoftware ever since. Contents. Features Directory Opus has evolved since its first release in 1990 as a basic two-panel file manager. The interface has evolved significantly due to the amount of feedback that the users have given it. Some of the features include:. Single- or dual-panel exploring.
Folder tree (either shared or two separate for dual-display). Tabbed explorer panels. Ability to maintain date created/modified timestamps for both files and folders. Internal handling of, and many other archive formats (browse them like folders). Internal handling, including (for a small extra fee) advanced and (browse these like folders also).
Internal handling for portable devices like phones and cameras. Flat-file display, where you can flatten a folder tree, and even hide the folders themselves.
Powerful file selection and renaming tools, with advanced if needed. User-definable toolbars, menus, filetypes and filetype groups. Preview panel, and preview of thumbnails (including animated thumbnails).
File collections. These are like virtual folders that contain links to the original files (unlike shortcuts, these actually deal with the files directly). History Release history. Version 8: design circa 2004 Amiga release history.
Opus 1: January 1990. Opus 2: February 1991. Opus 3: 1991-12-01. Opus 4: 1992-12-04. Opus 5: 1995-04-12.
Opus 5.5: 1996-08-01. Opus Magellan (5.6): 1997-05-17.
Opus Magellan II (5.8): 1998-11-01. Opus Magellan II GPL (5.90): 2014-05-11 Versions 1 and 2 were only available direct from the author. Versions 3 and 4 were published by Inovatronics. Versions since 5 have been published by GPSoftware (German versions were published by Stefan Ossowskis Schatztruhe). The full version of Magellan II is included for free with package. Windows major release history. Opus 6: 2001-06-18.
Opus 8: 2004-10-04. Opus 9: 2007-04-27. Opus 10: 2011-04-30. Opus 11: 2014-03-03. Opus 12: 2016-09-05 All Windows versions published by GPSoftware. (German versions published by.) Open source release history.
GPSoftware released the older Amiga Directory Opus 4 in 2000 as under the., and ports of this version were made available. Magellan II was released as open source under the in December 2012.
The open source 'Worker' filemanager is heavily inspired by the Directory Opus 4 series See also. Mendelson, Edward (2004-06-08). 'File Managers'.
Vol. 23 no. 10. Rubenking, Neil J.
'Incredibly useful utilities, Directory Opus 8'. Vol. 25 no. 6.
Mendelson, Edward (2005-02-08). 'Replace Windows Explorer'. Vol. 24 no. 2. Harac, Ian (2014-03-31).
Retrieved 2017-05-16. Mendelson, Edward (2005-05-24).
'File Managers'. Vol. 24 no. 9. Holborn, Jason (April 1993). 'Directory Opus 4'. Amiga Format.
Future Publishing. External links.