08/02/2015: Lots of Contributors Contributing Manual and Box Scans as well as Missing Software!

This update has involved more volunteers for new content than any other update! Thanks to everyone involved to help keep plugging the gaps in the archive!

Antoine Vignau has provided documentation scans for Solitaire Royale, Pick 'n Pile and MathTalk Fractions (along with the box scan as well).

Herbert Fung has provided manual scans for Ancient Glory, Perfect Image (which can double for a box scan) and the 32k cache upgrade for the TranswarpGS. He's also managed to find some really cool rarities - official clue books for Dragon Wars and The Immortal. I never knew there was a clue book for The Immortal!

Robert Spitz let me know that I'm missing a specific CDEV on the System Add-ons volume - Transwarp GS Reporter will allow you change speeds and other settings from the graphical control panel. This now provides another option apart from the TWGS ‘Speed' CDEV for playing around with your TranswarpGS graphically. Check out the CDEVs folder for this new inclusion on the System Add-ons volume.

Alexander Crouzen dug up his useful 1991 memory comparison utility, DoubleDump v2.0, on the Apple II Enthusiasts Facebook group. I've added it to the Audio and Utilities 32meg volume - look in the ‘SW.Utilities' folder for it (that's where I include all collected shareware utils).

Karl Horster has submitted the full Programmers Online Companion for the IIGS. This has until now been in the Publications > Books section, because I thought it was a book. More important than its printed pages is the Classic Desk Accessory contained within - it provides access to Toolbox calls that you can search, as well as copy to the clipboard for pasting into your code. Pretty nifty if you're still using the IIGS as your primary coding platform. Keep in mind that Brutal Deluxe is inching ever closer to a full development environment outside of the IIGS.

Andrew Roughan has submitted the very comprehensive Teacher's Guide to 8/16 Paint, written by Roberta Swartz and Michael Callery, who were behind the regular ‘Speaking of Graphics' column in A+ magazine, which I simply loved. I wonder if they still have all the graphics that were submitted to appear in their monthly galleries? This addition has also made me realise we don't have a scan of the actual 8/16 Paint manual! And I own a boxed copy! Shame on me! I'll try and correct that soon.

Last but certainly not least, Matt Reichert has been able to submit box scans for Arthur: Quest for Excalibur, Centauri AllianceJourneyKnights of Legend and Zork Zero from his personal collection. Nice one!