A new Beta release of Ignition will offer many bugfixes and improvements such as mouse -rad support, mouse-wheel support and several database issues. Ignition is a powerful spreadsheet application for AmigaOS4. For a lot of people, working with spreadsheets is a necessary evil. Something they must endure to get their job done. Spreadsheets can be very useful and can make number-crunching much easier. The ability to chain formulas together is what gives Ignition its power. Many problems can be broken down into a series of individual mathematical steps, and these can be assigned to individual formulas in cells. Ignition offers the straightforward functionality that users require without lots of flashy extra features. The AmigaOS4 app is open source and licensed under the GNU General Public License.
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