Workspace now works with ZeroPain

Because having six real screens is just showing off.

Workspace application iconDave Ruck has released an updated version of Workspace – a utility that helps users avoid cluttered desktops by separating different types of work (or play) onto six different desktop workspaces.

The versatile application allows each of the separate workspaces to be switched between instantly. Individual windows can live on one or more of the workspaces, and each workspace can use a different screen mode and palette, along with ’22’ and ’24’ icon sets as necessary.

The new version brings with it a bug fix prevents an error from ZeroPain, and so ensures the application continues to work with future versions of RISC OS on ARMv6/7 computers.

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