Credits for this issue

The code was done by Chris Dragan. For sound playback the BASS sound system by Ian Luck is used.

The first opening picture was drawn by Bridgeclaw/Gods. The second opening picture (parchment), the closing picture, skins 1-3, the main menu, parts of the cursors and the logos were created by TAD/Hugi. Also included is a skin by Sappy/Outlaw Triad. The illustrations in articles (e.g. photos) come from various sources. Usually the authors submitted them themselves. One of the mouse cursors was designed by mad/os^real.fake. The icons were created by Sappy/Outlaw Triad, Tatanga, and Luminos. The file_id.diz asciis are from kokki/pontus, mad/os^real.fake and slash//secular. Slash also created the ascii logo in hugi19.nfo.

The tunes in this issue were composed by P-rat/Access Denied, Makke/Visuale, and JKL/CoSl.

The articles were written by Adok, ADV, Archaos, Arnd, Black, Bridgeclaw, Brioche, Chris Dragan, Curt Cool, Dante, Dario Phong, Flow, Ghandy, Hexxon, Jay, Kowboy, Kozmik, Mercator, Morph, Multiplex, MWS, Netpoet, Paradox, Quin, Rawhed, Rieha, Ritz, Seffren, SoLoRiZe, Sounx, TAD, Tomcat, T$, v0id, Yehar, Yure, Wade, and some people who took part in the Hugi Writing Competition and therefore had to stay anonymous. Their identities will be revealed along with the competition results.

The people involved in the editing process of this issue are Civax (news corner co-editor), Dario Phong/Hugi (compression corner editor and writing competition organizer), Dante/Icarus (proofreader), Ghandy (main editor of the Amiga diskmag Showtime, some articles of which are included in this Hugi issue, and news corner co-editor), Paradox/Vivid (Paradox coding corner editor), and Adok/Hugi (main editor).

We also want to thank the loads of people who sent us votesheets or news. Special thanks to Franky for arranging stuff with Yehar.

Legal Stuff (Impressum)

Hugi Diskmag, hereby referred to as Hugi, is an electronical magazine. Its Publisher and Main Editor is Claus-Dieter Volko alias "Adok/Hugi". All rights, unless further explained, reserved.

Hugi is freeware, which means by our definition that you can distribute it freely provided it remains unmodified.

Contributions such as articles, source code, music modules, graphics, etc. are welcomed by the staff. The respective author keeps all rights and the responsibility for his original submission, but he/she gives the Hugi Crew the right to modify his/her contribution for technical reasons. No rights of third parties may be violated. It is not granted that all submitted contributions will be used in Hugi. If you want to use an article/articles from Hugi in your own production(s), you must arrange that with its/their author(s).

For any questions, contact Adok by means of e-mail ( or snailmail: Claus-Dieter Volko, Hungereckstr. 60/2, A-1230 Wien, Austria, Europe.