VirtuDesk 1.14 released

If you sometimes find your RISC OS desktop a bit cluttered (which speaking personally would make it much like my real desktop) one solution is to close a few windows (or in the case of my actual desk, put some stuff away). Another solution is to run a piece of software that expands the size of the desktop beyond the visible area shown on screen, and move some of your windows into other spaces, ready for access when necessary.

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13s turns 1.01 after 14 years

One developer that pops up a lot on RISCOSitory is Kevin Wells, aka Kevsoft, who has a number of applications – which he updates fairly regularly – that make use of APIs from third party websites and online resources, providing a way to access and use information from them on the RISC OS desktop, that might not otherwise be accessible. That isn’t the only type of software he has available, though.

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Hexen 1.07 released

If you attended the Southwest Show back in February, you’ll know that there was a new release of Hexen from R-Comp, which saw some significant updates over the older version – amongst other things meaning it can now be run on more modern RISC OS computer systems. It seems that the programmer responsible for the updated port of the game, Gerph, has been continuing to improve it, because there is now a new version available – 1.07 – which R-Comp’s Andrew Rawnsley says is a major update.

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