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    Adrian Lees ceased development of Cino many months ago as the current hardware did not allow Cino to run at a good enough speed.

    So, instead of letting Cino gather dust on his hard disc, he has freely released it on his website. It is far from ready but it's the closest we're going to get for a RISC OS DVD player for quite a while!

    You can download it from: http://adrian.aemulor.com/

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, December 31, 2006   

    LaBella 6.10 10142 Reads applications
    Ray Favre has updated !LaBella with some features and bug fixes that were recommended to him by various show attenders, you can download it for free from Ray's website: www.rayfavre.me.uk/dwapps.html

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, November 13, 2006 Read full article: 'LaBella 6.10'   

    7th Software have released version 1.11 of MoreDesk, the program that allows you to you to organise your windows on over a space which is larger than the normal desktop. It does this by creating a grid of desktop space and by allowing you to select which of these is the one you are currently looking at.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Saturday, October 14, 2006 Read full article: 'MoreDesk version 1.10 available'   

    Steve of 7Th Software has now updated MoreDesk to version 1.10, this new version contains many bug fixes and tweaks so it's more usable.

    Taken from CSA Announce post "MoreDesk allows you to organise your windows on over a space which is larger than the normal desktop. It does this by creating a grid of desktop spaces and by allowing you to select which of these is the one you are currently looking at.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Tuesday, September 19, 2006 Read full article: 'MoreDesk version 1.10 available'   

    DScript 0.20 Released 3235 Reads applications
    Marc Zinnschlag has released V0.20 of DScript, a new data compiler from the author of Graphite.

    DScript is handy for writing map or level editors and has lots of other uses too.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, August 28, 2006 Read full article: 'DScript 0.20 Released'   

    Steven Simpson has once again updated his back end for his Draw-to-SVG Converter.

    They can both be downloaded from his site: http://www.comp.lancs.ac.uk/computing/users/ss/software/draw2svg/ and are quite small in size.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, August 28, 2006 Read full article: ' Draw-to-SVG Converter Updates'   

    Tom Walker has released a minor fix to his RiscPC emulator for Windows and Linux. This new version fixes problems with some palette corruption.


     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, July 31, 2006 Read full article: 'RPCemu Version 0.51 Released'   

    Steven Simpson has updated his front end and back end for his Draw-to-SVG Converter.
    They can both be downloaded from his site: http://www.comp.lancs.ac.uk/computing/users/ss/software/draw2svg/ and are quite small in size.

    Draw-to-SVG Converter converts vector-graphic Drawfiles on RISC OS to SVG.

    Draw-to-SVG Converter should work on any machine running RISC OS 3.1 on an ARM3 Archimdes right up to the latest Iyonix running RISC OS 5.11.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Friday, July 28, 2006   

    Thumbcat Version 5.4f 4505 Reads applications
    Malcom Ripley has released Version 5.4f of Thumbcat, a application for viewing, converting and printing files.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Friday, July 28, 2006 Read full article: 'Thumbcat Version 5.4f'   

    Z80Em Version 4.01 5062 Reads applications
    Murklesoft have released Version 4.01 of Z80Em thanks to Colin Ferris.


     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Friday, July 28, 2006 Read full article: 'Z80Em Version 4.01'   

    DScript 0.10 Released 4735 Reads applications
    Marc Zinnschlag has released V0.10 of DScript, a new data compiler from the author of Graphite.

    DScript is handy for writing map or level editors and has lots of other uses too.
    DScript is currently in the beta stage so it's quite buggy and more features will be added soon.

    If you want more information on Marc's projects visit his website: http://www.zpages.de/

    If you want to keep up to date on his project then why not visit his blog: http://zpages.blogspot.com/


     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Friday, July 28, 2006   

    Ray Favre has updated LaBella again and there have been various bug fixes this time round mainly to do with CSV files.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, July 03, 2006 Read full article: 'LaBella Version 6.03 Released'   

    A few days ago 7th Software announced that they have released Version 1.09 of MoreDesk. MoreDesk is a program that gives you more Desktop space and lets your organise your Windows.

     

    Cretin 0.20b Released 5712 Reads applications
    Cretin is a IRC Client first developed in 2002 by the Sidwell brothers and was released by James Scholes around christmas time 2005.
    James has released Version 0.20b around a month back.

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, June 05, 2006 Read full article: 'Cretin 0.20b Released'   

    Html Edit Studio 6 5233 Reads applications
    R-Comp have been busy, and in case you don't know they released HTML Edit 6 a couple of weeks ago, so here's the reasons why you should upgrade:

    New updated versions of all programs
    Improved Interfaces
    Better Image Conversion
    Improved handling of file extensions
    Iyonix and A9Home friendly
    Comes on a CD-Rom
    Electronic Manual

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, June 05, 2006 Read full article: 'Html Edit Studio 6'   

    A new version of my Background Control application is now available for download via the downloads section of Myriscos.

    For anyone who's not used the Myriscos Downloads section before, it's as easy as downloading from any other website, only on Myriscos, things are sorted into categories and come from many different sources. Additionally, you as users within the Myriscos community can submit your own downloads for inclusion in our database.

     

    To celebrate the Festive Season (and the release of ArtWorks 2.1 at the Guildford Show in October) the following Christmas offers are available when ordering the full version of ArtWorks 2 or upgrades from plain ArtWorks 1 between Dec 15th 2003 and Jan 15th 2004:

    - Either -

    • get ¬£10 (EUR 15) off the regular price AND get a free 64 pagecolour printed manual

    - Or -

    • get a staggering ¬£25 (EUR 35) reduction off the regular price


    This offer is valid for orders with cash/cheque/bank transfer payment only (Sterling cheques and Euro bank transfers).

    Online credit card orders during the offer period are at the regular prices but include the free 64 page colour printed manual. The manual is delivered world wide without any extra postage required.

     
    Posted by MyRISCOS on Tuesday, December 16, 2003 Read full article: 'ArtWorks 2 Christmas Special'   

    RISC OS DJ 5361 Reads applications
    On one of our fellow RISC OS portals over the weekend (Drobe), we've noticed an interesting article describing the use of RISC OS for entertaining the masses with music.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Monday, November 24, 2003 Read full article: 'RISC OS DJ'   

    Following a gap of nearly two years, Cerilica !Vantage has been updated from version 1.01 to version 1.10 closely followed by 1.10a.

    This so called 'stability' release has had, and indeed still does have, a few teething troubles. In particular, users running on RISC OS Select 4.29 - 4.36 will not be able to run the current version.

    So what's new in this long awaited 'upgrade'?...

     

    I've recently been updating my background control application to include some new features and also made it a little more compliant with RISC OS style conventions.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, June 17, 2003 Read full article: 'Background Control - updates'   

    Aaron Timbrell, that lovely cuddly creature from VirtualAcorn emailed a quicky to us a day or so back (sorry folks, the bluebottle has been really busy, but things should be back now!).


    VirtualAcorn are delighted to announce that version 1.4 of VirtualA5000 will be released at the RISC OS SouthWest show on the 22nd of February 2003.


     
    Posted by bluebottle on Thursday, February 20, 2003 Read full article: 'VA hits 1.4 this weekend'   

    Google Toolbar for RISC OS Public Beta version 0.62 (18 December, 2002)

    After a while of no development, I have released the latest beta of !Google, a version of the Google Toolbar for RISC OS computers.

    The Google Toolbar for RISC OS is an attempt at making the Google Toolbar,
    which is an add on to Internet Explorer which allows the user to search the
    Internet from any Internet Explorer window without going to the Google
    website, available for the RISC OS platform. It allows the user to search for web pages, images, usenet articles, open directory links and news.

    This new version contains a few updates to the previous release version, such as the option to search in the .co.uk domain rather than the .com domain, the option to hide the iconbar icon and the option to start small.

    Please note that the homepage for this version has changed to the http://toolbars.andrewpoole.org.uk

    Bug reports, suggestions etc. are welcome. Please Email them to andrew@andrewpoole.org.uk

     
    Posted by andypoole on Thursday, December 19, 2002   

    32 bit round up 9841 Reads applications
    Well, the frenzy to go over to 32 bit is hotting up. So far, we've had announcements from RComp that lots of their products will be available (at a small charge for upgrades) for 32 bit machines, Cerilica are there already, the 32 bit developer tools are already available, Icon Technology had a 32 bit happy version of their amazing TechWriter/EasiWriter products ages ago.. A 32 bit version of CDBurn (called CDBurnLite) will be shipped with the Iyonix.

    David Pilling is making his software available as 32 bit, as is a new version of ArtWorks from Martin Wuerthner. Abacus Training, the bods behind PipeDream have already made FireWorkz 32 bit and have plans to do the same with PipeDream.

    Even GCC has a 32 bit version!

    Who does that leave?

    We're still waiting to hear back from Clares Micro Supplies and also to see what APDL/Proaction will be able to do with their catalogue. Most of the applications for RiscStation machines will be 32 bit in the near future.

    At this point, it is unsure what will be happening with the 4th Dimension software from CJE - our newshounds are onto that one ;-)

    Note: I suppose what this does show is how quickly applications can be moved to 32 bit neutral when it came to the crunch. Question is, why has it taken this long to get something like the Iyonix?
     
    Posted by bluebottle on Friday, November 29, 2002 Read full article: '32 bit round up'   

    RComp release DialUp2 8983 Reads applications
    News has reached us that RComp have radically updated their DialUp software.

    It has some really fun new features such as

    • being able to link different ISPs to different times of the day as well as being able to map no ISP to a time of day (prevents anyone going on line)
    • news and mail handling has been worked on so that POP3 email boxes can be temporarily disabled and periodic news checks made while online
    • email can now be sent as soon as it's queued
    • shortcuts introduced for easier access to your newsgroup listing and accounts.
    • improved use on home networks and as a backup for when the always on broadband connection becomes always off
    • now compliant with Select's global clipboard (this actually covers the entire of the RComp Internet Suite as well)
    • an autoredial has been added (useful for ISPs which time out like Freeserve)
    • added support for users running proxy software on networks
    • lots of new ISP configuration files added

    Obviously all of these improvements will cost and for the stonkingly huge figure of 12UKP (inc. p&p) you can have this wonderful new piece of software (provided you also return your original discs)

     
    Posted by bluebottle on Sunday, October 27, 2002 Read full article: 'RComp release DialUp2'   

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