While we all love RISC OS and its user interface, we all know that it is not an operating system without problems and deficiencies, because it simply hasn’t kept up with the main platforms in a number of areas – and one such area is access to online video streaming services such as YouTube. However, […]
With 2019 drawing to a close at the end of today, to be immediately followed by a year with the official designation of 2020, it’s time to round up a selection of news that hasn’t been covered on RISCOSitory over the course of the year.
Sunday evenings usually sees a Wi-Fi Sheep ‘8 ’till Late’ program broadcast on Twitch, and the 5th May program was an AMCOG Games special. The broadcast featured some two hours of game play, demonstrating many of AMCOG’s games. The program can now be watched on YouTube – and if you haven’t yet purchased any of […]
Keeping up with the Joneses YouTube Wget Murnong, Christopher Martin’s application for downloading YouTube videos, has been updated to version 2.32. The software is designed to parse web pages fed to it that have been saved from YouTube, Google’s video sharing website, so that the address of the embedded video can be established. Once it’s […]
Keeping up with the Joneses YouTube. Christopher Martin has released two updates to Murnong, bringing the current version number up to 2.31 Murnong is an application designed to parse web pages passed to it that have been saved from YouTube, with the goal of working out the address of the embedded video. It then launches […]
I love the smell of videos in the murnong! Christopher Martin recently updated Murnong first to version 2.20 and then, the following day, to version 2.21. Murnong is an application that, given a page that has been saved from YouTube, will process the page to work out the address of the embedded video, and launch […]