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A sign of the times: flash a cheeky message from your RISC OS desktop

Published: 23rd Feb 2009, 05:57:53 | Permalink | Printable

Dave Higton has written a free driver for a USB-based electronic sign gadget for Castle and Simtec RISC OS USB interfaces, allowing punters to choose the writing on the (albeit miniature) wall.

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This looks fun. As there is a new Maplin shop in my town I'm going to see if I can buy one of these today. Thanks, Dave.

 is a RISC OS Usermartin on 23/2/09 7:49AM
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Do let me know how you get on!

 is a RISC OS Userdavehigton on 23/2/09 7:51PM
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I've just sent off for mine from Maplin!

 is a RISC OS Userjeffd on 24/2/09 3:46PM
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