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The Icon Bar: News and features: 32bit Conversion news

32bit Conversion news

Posted by fwibbler on 15:54, 11/10/2003 | , ,
APDL certainly are working hard in the run-up to the South East show this coming Saturday.

They have produced a new version of EasyFont Pro which is now 32bit ready and has been tested on the Iyonix. EasyFont Pro is a font managment package that also comes with 2400 professional fonts (enough to get you started I should think). Pricing and upgrade details can be found on the EasyFont Pro page of APDL's website.

Also, development of DrawWorks has not stood still either. DrawWorks Select has now reached version 4.10 and has a number of improvements. It will be available at the RISC OS South East show.

In addition to this, work is well underway to make DrawWorks 32bit ready and as a taster of this, a 32bit version of DrawWorks SE (the cut down entry level version) is now available for download free of charge.

DrawWorks is a powerfull addon for the ever popular Draw vector graphics program and adds more features and tools than you can shake a stick at.

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  32bit Conversion news
  (14:26 12/10/2003)
  fwibbler (11:57 13/10/2003)
    Gavin Wraith (14:27 13/10/2003)
      fwibbler (17:51 13/10/2003)
Gavin Wraith Message #92506, posted at 14:26, 12/10/2003
Unregistered user You assert that DrawWorksSE is 32-bit ready. I have
just downloaded it, and despite the logo with the
tick it is not. None of the modules in
!DWorksSE.Modules are 32-bit compatible, neither
DrawFile, nor DX31 nor DX36. Slip up somewhere?
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fwibbler Message #92507, posted by fwibbler at 11:57, 13/10/2003, in reply to message #92506

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Sounds like it.
Send the relevant people a nice email about it.
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Gavin Wraith Message #92508, posted at 14:27, 13/10/2003, in reply to message #92507
Unregistered user It is alright. It turns out that the problem was a
wrong version number occurring in a line in the
!Run file. "RMEnsure WindowManager 5.0" should have
been "RMEnsure WindowManager 4.90". I believe it has
been put right now.
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fwibbler Message #92509, posted by fwibbler at 17:51, 13/10/2003, in reply to message #92508

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Ah good. Thanks for letting us know.
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