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RISC OS Select for MicroDigital Mico

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 14:03, 4/7/2002 | , , ,
 
Paul Middleton sends word that RISC OS Select has been updated to support the MicroDigital Mico range. It would appear that you just require a new version of the installer from the Select website to get things working, although Mico users can request a Mico-specific version of the CD.

Paul was interviewed recently on MyRISCOS, and it would appear that a RiscStation version is also imminent.

Source: RISCOS Ltd.
 

  RISC OS Select for MicroDigital Mico
  andrew (14:04 4/7/2002)
  moss (14:29 4/7/2002)
    johnstlr (09:35 5/7/2002)
      andrew (10:09 5/7/2002)
        Phlamethrower (19:13 5/7/2002)
          andrew (15:17 7/7/2002)
 
Andrew Message #91188, posted by andrew at 14:04, 4/7/2002
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There you go Lee, money and a version for RiscStations - no excuse now :D
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John Hoare Message #91189, posted by moss at 14:29, 4/7/2002, in reply to message #91188

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Impressive! Maybe people are beginning to work together after all!
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Lee Johnston Message #91190, posted by johnstlr at 09:35, 5/7/2002, in reply to message #91189
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I've known that a RS version was in the works for a while now. If it appears then I'll put my money where my mouth is.
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Andrew Message #91191, posted by andrew at 10:09, 5/7/2002, in reply to message #91190
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Well you don't /have/ to ;)
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Jeffrey Lee Message #91192, posted by Phlamethrower at 19:13, 5/7/2002, in reply to message #91191
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I find that putting money in your mouth can be quite uncomfortable, and can result in soggy £5 notes :(
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Andrew Message #91193, posted by andrew at 15:17, 7/7/2002, in reply to message #91192
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Or twingey teeth ;)
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