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News summary

Posted by Andrew Duffell on 23:50, 25/1/2005 | , , ,
roundup/trevorJanuary seems to have been quiet after the hype of Christmas, and the new year sales, but there are a few items to round up.
Jan-Jaap van der Geer has released version 1.09 of DirSync, a program to compare and synchronise directories. David Llewellyn-Jones has released TapirMail 1.04, a shareware mail client. David Buck has released version 8e of RiscCAD for £15.00, and stresses that this is the full version that was originally retailed at £250.00.
Spellings computer services is now ten years old, and is offering half price .uk domains for February 2005.

Remember, if you have any RISC OS news, please contact us.

  News summary
  ilcook (21:56 26/1/2005)
  ksattic (22:54 26/1/2005)
    andypoole (23:09 26/1/2005)
      ilcook (19:57 27/1/2005)
        ad (23:22 27/1/2005)
          rich (09:16 28/1/2005)
Ian Cook Message #93250, posted by ilcook at 21:56, 26/1/2005
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UH, Spellings comuter services, I thought it was Spellings computer services.
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Simon Wilson Message #93251, posted by ksattic at 22:54, 26/1/2005, in reply to message #93250
Finally, an avatar!

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Yeah, they do taxis now ;)

Happy Birthday, Spellings!
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Andrew Poole Message #93252, posted by andypoole at 23:09, 26/1/2005, in reply to message #93251
Mouse enthusiast

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fixed :)
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Ian Cook Message #93253, posted by ilcook at 19:57, 27/1/2005, in reply to message #93252
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Noticed. :)
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Andrew Duffell Message #93254, posted by ad at 23:22, 27/1/2005, in reply to message #93253

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Man... it was late. I read it through three times, but still didn't spot it. I think I'm gonna try and code a spell checker into the news management system ;)
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Richard Goodwin Message #93255, posted by rich at 09:16, 28/1/2005, in reply to message #93254
Dictator for life
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I have some code kicking around that I wrote for work - it has user dictionary capability and everything (no, it's not RISK OZ, dammit!).

Still too lazy to hack it in to the forums like I wanted to though...

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