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Designer 1000 (Amiga): Free download only; (no longer available from
pangolin on disk)
If you use an Amiga computer, you may be
interested in trying Lasershow Designer 1000, Pangolin's first
commercial software. In 1990, this program cost $995 -- now it can
be either downloaded for free [below].
hobbyists, experimenters, and those on a budget to get started with laser light
Includes the LSD1000
software, the scripting program AutoLSD,
and a 100-page user manual in text form on disk.
Requires a Commodore Amiga with 1 MB of memory
or more, and Workbench 1.3 operating system. May work under Workbench 2.0 and higher, but
has not been tested.
Sorry, but additional technical support from Pangolin is limited at
this price. We can provide a little help, but you should be familiar with
the Amiga, or get the help of an Amiga-experienced person.
Download for free
LSD1000 is provided here as four LHA files (a popular compression
utility that also works on Amiga computers). Each file contains the
contents of one Amiga disk. You must either un-compress each file
into a separate directory and then use Cross-DOS or a similar
Amiga-IBM copy program to copy the contents of each directory onto
an Amiga disk, or you must copy the LHA file to the Amiga and
uncompress it onto a floppy there. Click on the file name to