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    Topic: Applications

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    ConfInfo is a PD application that collects lots of configuration and status information about a RISC OS computer by running various commands and putting the output into a text file, so that this can be provided to people or organisations offering technical support.



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 Read full article: 'ConfInfo 1.14 released'   

    R-Comp have released the latest version of their CD playing software, MusicMan 2. This new update, released at the 2012 South West Show on Saturday, has finally brough digital CD playback to RISC OS. Users of older RISC OS computers (pre-Iyonix) can still use analogue playback. MusicMan 2 also brings a few neat features to the table, this version now displays track listings, album art and artist information when playing music.



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Friday, March 02, 2012 Read full article: 'R-Comp release MusicMan 2'   

    R-Comp have released version 6.03 of Messenger Pro to registered users. This update provides better compatibility with all RISC OS machines, and makes it much simpler to switch users ‚Äúon the fly‚ÄĚ, thanks to new toolbar buttons. The application‚Äôs printing features have also been improved. Messenger Pro is RISC OS' most feature-rich email application, it is fully compatible with any modern RISC OS machine, 26-bit or 32-bit. Messenger Pro is now compatible with ARMini and BeagleBoard computers and is available to purchase directly from R-Comp.

     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Saturday, September 10, 2011   

    Gavin Wraith has updated RiscLua to version 5.30. For those unfamiliar with Lua, it is a light and easy to learn programming language, designed for portability, extendibility and embeddability. You can download the latest version for free from Gavin's webpage.

    Dorian Computing have released an updated version of DragCom, a utility used for running a specified command on a filename (or any other argument) given to it. Dorian Computing have also released a new utility named !CutF12, the program's sole purpose is to disable the F12 button which allows users to enter commands. You can download both applications from Dorian's webpage.



     

    Howard Dawson's SchemEd 1.03 is now available to download from his website.



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Tuesday, July 05, 2011 Read full article: 'SchemEd 1.03 available now'   

    Software Round-up 6404 Reads applications

    Quite a lot has happened in RISC OS land since the last MyRISCOS update and I could go on forever about R-Comp's new ARMini computer and of course the nifty little beagleboard, but here's a nice little round-up on the software side of things.



     
    Posted by apacketofsweets on Sunday, June 19, 2011 Read full article: 'Software Round-up'   

    Charm version 2.1 the set of high level language tools and demos for RISC-OS computers and emulators is now freely available under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license.



     
    Posted by pnowosad on Sunday, June 19, 2011 Read full article: 'Charm version 2.1 released'   

    Ovation Pro bugfixes 6929 Reads applications

    Announced on the mailing list, David Pilling has updated Ovation Pro with some bug fixes.



     
    Posted by stan on Friday, November 06, 2009 Read full article: 'Ovation Pro bugfixes'   

    A few hours after Draw Print version 1.15, the next update in the series was up and available for free download for anyone who may wish to use it. It can be downloaded from http://sinenomine.co.uk/software/.

     



     

    Ovation Pro bug fixes 6742 Reads applications

    Recent discussion on the Ovation Pro mailling list has led to the discovery and subsequent fixing of some minor bugs in the popular desktop publishing application.

     



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 Read full article: 'Ovation Pro bug fixes'   

    In a recent email to registered users of Organizer, Nigel Willmott of N1 Communications Ltd. has advised that after a long break, Organizer development is continuing.



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Friday, November 14, 2008 Read full article: 'Organizer development continues'   

    Apparently a new version of LanMan98 is currently under development, as noted recently by Chris Evans of CJE Micros in response to a discussion about NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices.



     
    Posted by cobalt on Monday, July 21, 2008 Read full article: 'LanMan98 upgrade under development'   

    Application updates 5540 Reads applications

    Since the last little news update, software authors have been busy at work and we've been treated to a few updates of various applications...



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Thursday, July 03, 2008 Read full article: 'Application updates'   

    David Pilling has recently updated his legendary SparkFS application with a minor bugfix.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Monday, November 05, 2007 Read full article: 'SparkFS update to 1.41b'   

    If anyone was thinking that they'd like to use a VNC Server on RISC OS but just wished it had a front end user interface, then this may be useful to you...



     

    Private Eye 2.51 4873 Reads applications

    David Thomas has updated Private Eye to version 2.51, a viewer for Sprites, DrawFiles, JPEGs, ArtWorks, GIFs and PNGs. It has recently gained some editing features including a bitmap effects system.Version 2.50 had a bug which could stop the effects window working on any OS earlier than RISC OS 4. (I was calling Wimp_AutoScroll which didn't exist up until WindowManager 4.00). Bug fix release 2.51, now available, fixes the problem and also tidies up some vanishing icons in the templates.

    Private Eye 2.51 can be downloaded from the MyRISCOS downloads section.



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, July 30, 2007   

    A short while ago, Martin Würthner made the latest ArtWorks Viewer application available on his web site.  An important point to note about the latest version is that some earlier versions were only available as commercial purchases, whereas Martin has decided to make version 2.10 available to everyone for free.



     
    Posted by cobalt on Tuesday, July 17, 2007 Read full article: 'Latest ArtWorks Viewer free for all'   

    ConvText update 4690 Reads applications

    Paul Sprangers has updated ConvText to version 2.04, a scripted search and replace program. ConvText provides an easy search-and-replace utility for all kinds of files, making use to easily create scripts. You can read an in-depth review of this application here . You can download the new version of ConvText from the My RISC OS downloads section.

    New features in this new version include:

    • The number of scripts, as well as the number of lines per script is now configurable. 
    • A configuration window is added, accessible from the iconbar menu.
    • A website button is added to the Info window.
    • The structure of the Stronghelp manual is slightly modified.


     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, July 15, 2007   

    Text > Draw 6048 Reads applications

    Chris Johnson has produced a brand new application, Text > Draw, here's Chris' USENET announcement: "Diagrams produced in Draw often need to be annotated using standard draw text objects. However, a draw text object can have only one text style. When annotating technical or scientific diagrams, for example, it is often necessary to include subscripts, superscripts, greek
    characters, mixed styles such as italic and normal, etc. Thus, to enter an equation or a chemical formula would involve the entry of a number of separate text objects as small as single characters, with subsequent careful grouping and alignment to construct the complete equation.



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Thursday, July 05, 2007 Read full article: 'Text > Draw'   

    New Downloads 6332 Reads applications
    Most regular MyRISCOS readers have probably noticed by now that the downloads section of the site hasn't been updated in a while, this has now changed with the upload of the guess the number game 'What Number?', the RISC OS Napster client 'Riscster' and lots more!.

    New uploads are going to appear regularly from now on so keep an eye out for some hot new programs coming your way!

    Have you made an application? If your application is not on the downloads section of the site, then why not submit it? It will be downloaded by hundreds of users, you can even keep track of it! Simply go to the downloads section of the site which is linked to from the sidebar and click on 'Add Application'.



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Monday, June 18, 2007   

    Messenger Pro 5 3885 Reads applications

    R-Comp released Messenger Pro 5 in time for the Wakefield 2007 show, the latest version of the commercial email and news client. According to R-Comp, the latest version includes improved printing and better mail searching, editing and sending.


    R-Comp also updated their NetFetch, UniPrint software as well as others ready for the Wakefield show that took place last May. UniPrint 3.20 now has better scanning support and NetFetch 3.02's RSS feed handling has been improved as well as Atom support and better spam filtering.


    All of R-Comp's new and old products can be bought from their website: http://www.rcomp.co.uk.



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, June 17, 2007   

    ArtWork 2.7 3773 Reads applications

    Wakefield 2007 has been and gone, probably the biggest release at the Wakefield show was ArtWorks 2.7 by MW-Software. Possibly the best feature in this new update was the new multi-page feature for multi-page documents and PDF export.


    A new ArtWorks viewer is freely available from MW-Software: http://www.mw-software.com and supports multi-page documents as well as all the other features in ArtWorks.



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, June 17, 2007   

    !NoButton 2.1 6325 Reads applications
    Jochen Lueg has updated !NoButton to version 2.1 and is available from his website: http://www.jochenlueg.freeuk.com/english/sharewar.htm

    !NoButton is a frontend for various printers to enable functions like nozzle cleaning and nozzle test to be carried out from the computer.

    It can be used from the Iyonix and this new version displays the currently selected printer on the icon bar.



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Friday, February 23, 2007   

    Peter Naulls from the Unix Porting Project has ported the open source email client, Thunderbird to RISC OS, this is a demonstration version and is not yet fully functional.

    You must own a A9Home or Iyonix (Virtual RiscPC?) machine in order for this to work,

    RiscPC,RISCStation etc. machines will not run Thunderbird at this early stage in development.

    To download, visit:

    http://www.riscos.info/unix/firefox/


     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, February 04, 2007   

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