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The Icon Bar: News and features: Select 2 Issue 3 out now
 

Select 2 Issue 3 out now

Posted by Andrew Poole on 17:22, 19/11/2002 | ,
 
"RISCOS Ltd is pleased to announce the availability of the release
version of Select 2 for download from the Select website." are the words that reached the IconBar news Email address this evening.

"The CD version of Select 2i3 is now in production, and will be shipped to subscribers as soon as possible." says the RISCOS Ltd announcement on the RISC OS Select homepage. "The CD iso image for Select 2i3 will also be available in a few days."

A full list of changes to RISC OS Select, and a full copy of the RISCOS Ltd press release are available here.
 

  Select 2 Issue 3 out now
  john (17:51 19/11/2002)
  Phlamethrower (17:55 19/11/2002)
    ksattic (18:05 19/11/2002)
      moss (18:22 19/11/2002)
        ksattic (19:01 19/11/2002)
          Hertzsprung (19:30 19/11/2002)
            Phlamethrower (22:25 19/11/2002)
              simo (17:37 20/11/2002)
                Master Tim (17:20 3/12/2002)
 
John D Message #91457, posted by john at 17:51, 19/11/2002
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ROL ShareFS has a compatible new feature with RO5 ShareFS, so there must be some collaboration with Castle (perhaps via Pace). Doncha just love speculation :)
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Jeffrey Lee Message #91458, posted by Phlamethrower at 17:55, 19/11/2002, in reply to message #91457
PhlamethrowerHot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot stuff

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Yummy :)
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Simon Wilson Message #91459, posted by ksattic at 18:05, 19/11/2002, in reply to message #91458
ksattic
Finally, an avatar!

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Cool. Only 67 more revisions to go and we'll have RISC OS Ltd RISC OS 5. ;o)

It's really nice seeing a current date in the switcher info window!

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John Hoare Message #91460, posted by moss at 18:22, 19/11/2002, in reply to message #91459

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> It's really nice seeing a current date in the switcher info window!

Heh - I'm sure someone could write a patch so you *always* get the current date in the switcher info window ;-)

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Simon Wilson Message #91461, posted by ksattic at 19:01, 19/11/2002, in reply to message #91460
ksattic
Finally, an avatar!

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I like the sound of that. I seem to remember a program that would let you turn any icon into a writable one, allowing you to change anything. I'd like to change "RISC OS 4.33" to "RISC OS 5" as well as having the current date in there. I'll put my RiscPC in a tower case and claim to my friends I have an Iyonix!
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James Shaw Message #91462, posted by Hertzsprung at 19:30, 19/11/2002, in reply to message #91461
Hertzsprung
Ghost-like

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You might be able to use !WimpFlags - I remember it has an 'editing' mode :evilgrin:
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Jeffrey Lee Message #91463, posted by Phlamethrower at 22:25, 19/11/2002, in reply to message #91462
PhlamethrowerHot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot Hot stuff

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Plus there are a few programs which turn iconbar icons into date/time displays
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simo Message #91464, posted at 17:37, 20/11/2002, in reply to message #91463
Unregistered user So you can now softload the 32-Bit SCL too....
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Master Tim Message #91465, posted at 17:20, 3/12/2002, in reply to message #91464
Unregistered user Will this be enough to save ROL.
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The Icon Bar: News and features: Select 2 Issue 3 out now