Andrew Conroy has released a configuration tool for James Peacock’s KeyMapper module, allowing you to more easily set up your key mappings if you are either using a keyboard that doesn’t provide all of the keys you need, or if you want some keys to act as mouse buttons – particularly useful for some laptops, […]
Tuesday, 10th December will be your opportunity to meet up with other RISC OS users in the Southampton area – and to see a Christmas tree controlled by a Raspberry Pi!
If you have Tuesday evening free and happen to be within shouting distance of Southampton, why not pop along to Itchen College and meet up with other RISC OS users in the area? That’s when the next meeting of the Southampton RISC OS User Group (SROUG) will be taking place.
Encouraging people to be as flashy as he is when his boss isn’t around! Observant readers and show visitors will have noticed that Andrew Conroy has started occasionally having his own presence at RISC OS computer shows – when CJE Micro’s, the company for which he works, isn’t present. What he exhibits is a range […]
Also: Pictures and words from Clive Semmens’ recent talk now online. Announced a couple of weeks ago and taking place in two days time, Andrew Conroy will be the guest speaker at this month’s RISC OS User Group of London meeting. Regularly seen at shows with his CJE Micro’s employee hat on, Andrew exhibited at […]
There will probably be flashing – but don’t worry, it’ll be LEDs rather than Andrew himself. The next meeting of the RISC OS User Group of London – ROUGOL – will take place two weeks today, on 21st May, and the guest speaker will be Andrew Conroy. Although Andrew will be recognised by many people […]
Publicising things well in advance? This is so not RISC OS! The RISC OS User Group of London has already made plans for guest speakers for a few meetings in the coming months, and has put that information “out there” so that anyone interested – and who is able to venture into the nation’s Capital […]
Time for a good dollop of ketchup… erm, I mean, time to catch up! As ever, the result of devoting time to getting ready for a RISC OS show means putting other work to one side to deal with after – which therefore means I tend to be busy after the show, leading to a […]