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The Icon Bar: News and features: RISC OS 4.32 now available for download
 

RISC OS 4.32 now available for download

Posted by fwibbler on 19:40, 14/10/2002 | ,
 
Yes, OS 4.32 is ready for download from the RISC OS website, with a shed load of features and improvements, some of which include;-
  • Support for RiscStations
  • Wheel mouse support
  • CMYK sprites
  • Improved handling of JPEGS
  • Plus many, many otherchanges 'under the bonnet'
Select scheme subscribers can download this latest version from the Select website and try it out.
The next CD release is expected in the next few weeks or so, subject to bug reports on this beta release.
 
  RISC OS 4.32 now available for download
  ad (21:25 14/10/2002)
  peter (08:11 15/10/2002)
    fwibbler (15:25 15/10/2002)
      guestx (16:45 15/10/2002)
        pnaulls (18:35 15/10/2002)
          pnaulls (18:36 15/10/2002)
            fwibbler (20:15 15/10/2002)
              pnaulls (20:39 15/10/2002)
                moss (21:01 15/10/2002)
                  [mentat] (00:18 16/10/2002)
                    andypoole (08:34 16/10/2002)
                      ToiletDuck (12:56 16/10/2002)
 
Andrew Duffell Message #91287, posted by ad at 21:25, 14/10/2002
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Yay! Pity my login isn't working on the website :(
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Peter Darnell Message #91288, posted by peter at 08:11, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91287
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Worked for me this morning :)
But I do not get to play with it until I get home tonight :(
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fwibbler Message #91289, posted by fwibbler at 15:25, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91288
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I couldn't get it to work either, but then I found that my subscription had expired :-(
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GuestX Message #91290, posted by guestx at 16:45, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91289
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I suppose a "shedload" is a smaller quantity in the RISC OS world than elsewhere, where the predominant definition of "shedload" would be equivalent to what's known as a "fully-stocked warehouse" in RISC OS circles. ;-)
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Peter Naulls Message #91291, posted by pnaulls at 18:35, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91290
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Well, possibly. But there are a "shedload" of updates, it's just that very few are shown above :-)

As always (cough - sorry guys :-) Drobe has a
much more comprehensive article: drobe

<fx: hides from TIB ppl>

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Peter Naulls Message #91292, posted by pnaulls at 18:36, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91291
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So much for HTML :-) Was supposed to be:

<fx: hides from TIB people>

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fwibbler Message #91293, posted by fwibbler at 20:15, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91292
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True, but I did say 'some of which include' and also I think we got in first!
Again ;-)
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Peter Naulls Message #91294, posted by pnaulls at 20:39, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91293
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Nope, Drobe got it first, just moments after its release. "Again" :-)

Either way, getting it first doesn't count for much if it's not a good article.

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John Hoare Message #91295, posted by moss at 21:01, 15/10/2002, in reply to message #91294

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Drobe and Iconbar have different styles; drobe has more information, wheras Iconbar tends to keep it short. Different people like reading different things.
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I don't have tourettes you're just a cun Message #91296, posted by [mentat] at 00:18, 16/10/2002, in reply to message #91295
[mentat]Fear is the mind-killer
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Moss being the voice of reason. Oh woe is we!
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Andrew Poole Message #91297, posted by andypoole at 08:34, 16/10/2002, in reply to message #91296
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I thought it was RISC OS is we
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Mark Quint Message #91298, posted by ToiletDuck at 12:56, 16/10/2002, in reply to message #91297
Ooh ducky!Quack Quack
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and TIB has the playpen ;D
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