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    Category: Tips 'n' Tricks

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    The MyRISC OS Forum is once again working so users can chat about all things RISC OS! Simply click on 'Forum' on the sidebar to enter!

    Go on, you know you want to!

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, November 13, 2006   

    RISC OS Web Counter 7772 Reads worldwideweb
    The RISC OS Banner Network has now expanded into the field of web counters. We currently only host text based counters, but hope to add imaged based counters in the future.

    The counter can be implemented onto your site either server side or client side, both have the same effect and appearance.

    To get a counter please visit our website.

     
    Posted by andrewduffell on Saturday, July 06, 2002   

    Choose Your News! 5695 Reads worldwideweb
    Some of you may not be aware that as a registered user (who's logged in!), you can alter what you see on My RISC OS:

    The 'Choose Your News' block on the lower left hand side contains news feeds from other websites, including but not limited to: The Icon Bar, RISC OS.Org and Acorn Arcade. You can change which news feed you see simply by choosing the site title from the drop down list and then clicking the 'Choose Your News' button.

    Secondly, you can minimise or maximise any of the side blocks that appear on the site.This is accomplished by clicking on the + or - symbol next to the side blocks' title. Nice and easy! :)

    My RISC OS: Your premier RISC OS portal!

     
    Posted by MyRISCOS on Wednesday, May 15, 2002   

    Sorry couldn't resist...#

    The Interface Hall of Shame is an irreverent collection of common interface design mistakes

    OK so it's mostly about windows...

     
    Posted by pjwerdna on Tuesday, December 18, 2001 Read full article: 'Interface Hall of Fame'   

     
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