As well as its availability as a printed tome, the user guide for the latest stable release of RISC OS 5 has now been released as a PDF that can be freely downloaded from the RISC OS Open website. This step has been made possible thanks to CJE Micro’s who stepped up to address a licensing issue.
Get a motherbook with a motherboard! If you have been thinking about buying a Titanium motherboard from Elesar Ltd, you now have an additional incentive: The option of having a printed copy of the new RISC OS 5 User Guide included in the price – although, if you so choose, you can have the motherboard without the Guide. The new User Guide matches the latest stable release of the operating system, RISC OS 5.24, released in April and is the first printed edition of the tome to be produced in…
RISC OS is so intuitive to use its User Guide is how big? A new version of the User Guide has been published by RISC OS Open Ltd – the first printed edition since Acorn’s last one in 1996, and one that is bang up to date with the latest stable release of RISC OS, version 5.24 released in April. The new tome is a mighty one, with a total of sixty two chapters and eight appendices, all of which span a total of 616 pages, and it features over…
Announcement from ROUGOL, 15th July, 2014. The next meeting of the RISC OS User Group Of London will be: Beginners Guide to Interfacing Presented by Neil Fazakerley Monday 21st July 2014, 7:45pm
Recursion comes around again! The Midlands User Group normally meets on the third Saturday of odd months, but July is a particularly odd month because this year they’re meeting on the first Saturday instead. It used to be that the group hosted their own RISC OS show in early July, and treated that as their meeting for the month – and that’s more or less what they still do, with the exception that their show is now a small area within a much bigger event that covers a great deal…
Horsham, Southampton, Bristol, Midlands, Wessex… Everybody talk about… pop music! No, hang on, that’s not right. There are quite a number of user group meetings taking place over the next week, so it seems sensible to wrap them up in a single post, covering all of those up to and including next Saturday (17th September).
LET TechGuides = (printed OR digital) magazine + (email OR (email + telephone + skype) OR on-site) support1 Following his recent campaign to raise funds to publish a book about the history of Acorn Computers, David Bradforth has again turned to crowd funding website Indiegogo to raise funds for another project. This time, the goal is to launch a new magazine and support scheme, called TechGuides.
Announcement from ROUGOL, 14th May, 2014. The next meeting of the RISC OS User Group Of London will be: Scratch, Squeak and Smalltalk Presented by Tim Rowledge and Bernard Boase
Announcement from ROUGOL, 16th January, 2014 The next meeting of the RISC OS User Group Of London will be: RISC OS Documentation Project Presented by Bernard Boase
Uncle Sam Chris needs you! Something missing for users of new RISC OS computer systems is an up to date welcome guide – and CJE Micro’s have stepped in to try and address the issue. With the agreement of Castle and RISC OS Open, CJE Micro’s aim to coordinate bringing the Iyonix Welcome Guide up to date