Iyonix USB mice and keyboard drivers updatedBy Chris Williams. Published: 24th Sep 2005, 20:18:24 | Permalink | Printable
HID and ROS 5.10 learn to play togetherXample have released an update to their HID software, so that it works with RISC OS 5.10. The software, which provides support for USB mice, keyboards and other gadgets for Iyonix users, would previously prevent the computer from shutting down properly.
Castle and friends are still working on the finishing touches for RISC OS 5.10, which is currently being tested by Iyonix users. The recent USB updates have also been packaged into a "formal release" for general use.
HID is shareware, and was first released in February 2004.
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