CDVDBurn hots up with a new version

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If you have any need to transfer files from your computer to optical media, perhaps for backup purposes, or to author discs ready for selling to customers, hubersn Software has the tool you need with CDVDBurn 3 – a major new version of the software that started life as CDBurn, before later being re-branded as CDVDBurn for its second major version.

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WaitUntil version 2.07

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Actually, don’t wait at all – it’s available to download now!

WaitUntil is a small program that can be called from an Obey file, and causes the execution of that file to be paused until a specified condition is met. Meanwhile, the rest of the RISC OS system carries on operating as normal, and remains fully usable. An option is also provided that allows the program to be run from TaskObey files in order to achieve the same goals.

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The TextEase Studio has now reopened for business

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The TextEase application suite
The TextEase application suite

Originally developed and published by Softease, TextEase Studio is a software package that focused on the art of publishing, and turned it into child’s play. In its various versions, it won awards including the Educational Computing and Technology Primary Award at the BETT exhibition in 1999.

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Evade the noose by guessing a word in KevSoft’s kHangman

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A new release from Kevin Wells is kHangman, a variation on everyone’s favourite game in which the punishment for not successfully guessing a word is to be hanged. Well, virtually, anyway, with an image of a hanging matchstick man drawn piece by piece with each letter guessed incorrectly – your game is over when the image is complete.

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R-Comp’s 4té now shipping, with new additional software

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The new 4té computer, first shown by R-Comp‘s Andrew Rawnsley at the recent virtual London Show, has now started shipping to customers that have already ordered them – and while R-Comp says it will take two to three weeks to fulfil those back orders, that does mean there is still time to order one if you want yours to arrive in time for Christmas.

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RISCOSbits serves up a Black Friday bargain

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Today is the Friday immediately after Thanksgiving in them there United States of Overpuddle, a day that has become known as Black Friday, with retailers putting varying levels of reduction on their wares. This tradition has been expanding in recent years, both in duration and in distance, and we have seen Black Friday sales well beyond the Overpuddlian shores, including in our own little RISC OS community.

This year, RISCOSbits has put up a special offer to celebrate the day after a day that isn’t special in any way on this side of the Puddle, with the limited edition FOURtress Lite.

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Cloverleaf Kickstarter campaign goes live

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And gets off to a good start

Since late 2019, RISC OS Cloverleaf has been mentioned a few times here on RISCOSitory. It was clear from when the name first appeared that there was going to be a crowdfunding campaign, and this has since been confirmed and expanded on further by Cloverleaf’s Stefan Fröhling.

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Gerph talks building RISC OS online with ROUGOL

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The next RISC OS User Group of London (ROUGOL) meeting will take place online on Monday, 16th November, and the guest speaker will be none other than Gerph, who made a welcome return to RISC OS earlier this year, talking on the subject of building RISC OS online.

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