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The Magic User Interface (MUI) User Guide

This page is meant to serve as a starting point for all documentation regarding MUI. The guide is a free document, a collaborative effort, and a part of the MUI Project itself. If you want to help by improving or translating the documentation, please contact our development team.


MUI is the abbreviation of Magic User Interface, an object-oriented BOOPSI-driven user interface framework for AmigaOS-based operating systems. It features a flexible user interface where end-users can define the Look&Feel of applications using MUI in high detail. Beside this end-user flexibility MUI comes with a wide variety of so-called Custom Classes which developers using MUI can use in their applications and which provide additional functionality (e.g. such as a full-fledged text editor). This third-party custom class functionality as well as the high user flexibility in defining the Look&Feel of a MUI applications makes MUI the most advanced user interface framework for AmigaOS computer systems today.

User Guide

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Developer Guide

Support and Other Sources of Information

  • TBD
  • Bug Report – For reporting problems and requesting new features.