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Riscster 1.17 available: Napster client with friendlier search window

By Chris Williams. Published: 3rd Mar 00:01:21 | Permalink | Printable

Robert Dimond, author of the RISC OS naspter client Riscster has today released version 1.17.

"I have uploaded a new version which allows the columns in the search window to be 'draggable', like a spreadsheet", announced Rob today on the Riscster mailing list.
To drag the new coloumns, hold down the menu mouse button over them and drag accordingly.

The new version is a beta release and comments/suggestions should be passed onto Rob.

Riscster Mailing list news article
Riscster 1.17: riscster.iconbar.com/downloads/
Rob Dimond: robert.dimond@ic.ac.uk

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