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Video player now supports Select's 64K colour mode

Published: 20th Jan 2009, 00:01:39 | Permalink | Printable

KinoAmp 0.40 supports the new 64K colour mode in RISC OS Select 5i1 and includes a few other bug fixes and updates.

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Thanks for this :) your support is much appreciated :)

 is a RISC OS UserHairy on 20/1/09 5:17PM
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Good work Andre.

 is a RISC OS UserAW on 20/1/09 7:01PM
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