The Icon Bar Message Updates Technology news and views Primesolve http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=7800&page=1#124242 Apparently a 26-bit/32-bit safe evaluation version is at http://www.dsnell.co.uk/FunFysics.html RISC OS FR : The Raspberry Pie contest http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12311&page=1#124241 19 - Xavier Tardy RISC OS FR : The Raspberry Pie contest http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12311&page=1#124240 18 - Michel Osselin RISC OS FR : The Raspberry Pie contest http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12311&page=1#124239 17 - Jean-Pierre Weber RISC OS FR : The Raspberry Pie contest http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12311&page=1#124238 16 - Jean-Michel Bruck RISC OS interview with Richard Keefe http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12475&page=1#124237 One feature I would like is for Impression-X to be able to create files that can be read in by !Publisher (4.13) as well as !Publisher+ (5.13) without having the fudge the byte at offset 009 hex. BBC BASIC Reference Manual updated http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12472&page=1#124236 Mark: Don't take my comments too seriously; the intention was simply to point out an important typo in an what was intended as a humorous way. BBC BASIC Reference Manual updated http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12472&page=1#124235 I'm counting the picture of ARMBE on page 194 as a screenshot - you need some serious anorak points to appreciate that though. BBC BASIC Reference Manual updated http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12472&page=1#124234 You are very welcome to apply for the vacant post of proof reader at iconbar or write some articles so that there is still fresh content once the 2017 backlog has been published. BBC BASIC Reference Manual updated http://risctalk.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12472&page=1#124233 Blimey. I know I overslept this morning, but I thought by about ninety minutes, not ninety years!