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The Icon Bar: News and features: SE Show Report and Photos [Updated]
 

SE Show Report and Photos [Updated]

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 00:30, 23/10/2005 | , ,
 
SeshowThe South East show took place on Saturday 22nd October, The Icon Bar had its spies in place. Peter Howkins was lurking round taking photos of various things for us, and James Shaw has written us a nice show report of things that went on during the day. Thanks guys! :o)

If you have any photos you want to share, please get in touch. Comments are welcome on your experience of the day.

Show Report and photos.
 

  SE Show Report and Photos [Updated]
  ad (16:12 23/10/2005)
  sa110_mk (16:58 23/10/2005)
    markee (17:49 23/10/2005)
      monkeyson2 (18:59 23/10/2005)
        andrew (19:29 23/10/2005)
          flibble (20:53 23/10/2005)
            [mentat] (02:11 24/10/2005)
              sa110_mk (15:38 24/10/2005)
                epistaxsis (16:25 25/10/2005)
                  Col (12:10 26/10/2005)
                    Q (09:37 27/10/2005)
                      rich (10:12 27/10/2005)
 
Andrew Duffell Message #93946, posted by ad at 16:12, 23/10/2005
ad

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Full credit to Peter and James. They've done an excellent job with their coverage of the show.
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Paul Stewart Message #93947, posted by sa110_mk at 16:58, 23/10/2005, in reply to message #93946
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Good report. Shame I was unable to make the show.
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mark stephens Message #93948, posted by markee at 17:49, 23/10/2005, in reply to message #93947
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ROL did have some new features in the internal versions of Select (keyboard shortcuts, a much improved search function, etc) which they were showing on the stand and will go in the next version.
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Phil Mellor Message #93949, posted by monkeyson2 at 18:59, 23/10/2005, in reply to message #93948
monkeyson2Please don't let them make me be a monkey butler

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Thanks James and Peter (...Thames and Theter). Some interesting reports, there :)
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Andrew Message #93950, posted by andrew at 19:29, 23/10/2005, in reply to message #93949
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What did Castle's Jack L. say?
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Peter Howkins Message #93951, posted by flibble at 20:53, 23/10/2005, in reply to message #93950
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Jack said very little, he gave a thoroughly riveting talk about the different cases you can put an Iyonix motherboard in. :(
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I don't have tourettes you're just a cun Message #93952, posted by [mentat] at 02:11, 24/10/2005, in reply to message #93951
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Good to see Ivy making an appearance :)
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Paul Stewart Message #93953, posted by sa110_mk at 15:38, 24/10/2005, in reply to message #93952
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In reply to Markee:
The beta version of Adjust 32 has the keyboard shortcuts present on the menus, so I guessed they would be arriving. But the other bits sound good.
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keith dunlop Message #93954, posted by epistaxsis at 16:25, 25/10/2005, in reply to message #93953
epistaxsis

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the dangerous amounts of calf were because I was trying to persuade stuart/ad6 to drop test an A9...

:-)

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Colin Cartmell-Browne Message #93955, posted by Col at 12:10, 26/10/2005, in reply to message #93954
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Ok I wasn't going to ask but... who's Ivy (DSCC1442)and does she use RISC OS?

Oh and just to be pedantic there's two l's in Cartmell (DSCF 1433) ;o)

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John Cartmell Message #93956, posted by Q at 09:37, 27/10/2005, in reply to message #93955
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Epistaxsis:
I (inadvertently) drop tested my A9 last June. It survived - but worried me slightly until I realised that the loss of display was due to the power lead coming out. Are you asking for a drop test to be included in the comparison charts for RISC OS machines - or just as a sideshow at Wakefield? ;-)
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Richard Goodwin Message #93957, posted by rich at 10:12, 27/10/2005, in reply to message #93956
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Well, no car can be sold in Europe without it being crash tested (warning: IANADriver), so why not computers? :)
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The Icon Bar: News and features: SE Show Report and Photos [Updated]