In a situation that could have brought the economy stumbling to its knees, for a while there were no Econet Clocks in stock at 4D, having sold the last of the existing i-Cubed stock some time ago. However, the company is pleased to report that there is now a batch of new devices in stock […]
The next meeting for Bristol RISC OS users will take place on Wednesday, 9th May. Running from 7:30pm until kicking out time, the place to be is: The Eldon House pub, 6 Lower Clifton Hill, Bristol, BS8 1BT.
Fred Graute has released another new version of MiniTime, an application that displays the date and time in an icon or a small, unobtrusive window, allowing the user to see the information at a glance, but without the application or its window getting in the way. The headline features of version 1.06 are:
Fred Graute has brought out another new version of MiniTime, his application for displaying the date and time in a small icon or window, without taking up too much space or generally getting in the way of your day to day use of the computer. With version 1.05, Fred has increased the configurability of MiniTime […]
Micro moment monitor manages massive months! Once upon a time there was an application called SmallTime, which sprouted from the programming hands of James Freeman. That application, however, has never been updated to run on 32-bit hardware such as the Iyonix, let alone modern ARMv7-based platforms. Aemulor can save the day, but that’s hardly ideal, […]
Announcement from Chris Evans of 4D, 6th September, 2013 CJEMicro’s/4D are pleased to announce a replacement clock module for the RiscPC, A7000+, A7000, A5000, A4000, A3020, A3010 and A3000. Failing Real Time Clocks (RTCs) and CMOS memory is a big problem for many earlier Acorn computers. Leaking batteries can cause extensive damage, but when the […]