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Issue 207 : May 1999

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RISCOS Ltd gain development licence, manufacturing interest from Germany and lots more...
Graphics - Paul Wheatley
Paul has more !Vantage news, plus a great Pic of the month.
Automate your mail collection with !AntUtils, easy Web uploads with !FTPc plus the usual new sites.
Public Domain - Paul Wheatley
Paul invites you to have your say on the future of the PD scene, plus the usual PD info.
Business Page
More advice on becoming a Computer Contractor and news of a Dutch design company.
Cover disc
Have a closer look at what's on offer on this month's disc.
Game show
!Doom level-designer competition plus reviews of !Heretic and !Hexen.
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Take advantage of our fantastic offers and get yours today.
More readers have their say on our letters page.
The Regan Files
TV star Neil Spellings sits down for a cup of tea and chat with Jill Regan.
Mark Moxon ends his Java programming series with a look at keyboards and mice.
Impact instruction
Brian O'Carroll and Alex round-up their series on !Impact 3 with some time saving Action scripts.
Acorn Confidence
Part II of a look at confidence within the troubled Acorn market place, this month it's hardware.
Simon Anthony reviews this month's big release, !ProCad+ , and puts it through its paces in the workplace.
HTMLPro - John Pettigrew
Is !HTMLPro really internet ready?
Education News
The Industrial age, Ocean voyages, the Environment and more in Education News this month.
Education Review - Pam Turnbull
Pam looks at the latest educational products.
In this month's *Info; a driving game, more IP files, a new version of Fish, and a bunch of spooky eyes.
Run the Risc - Mike Cook
Mike goes all melodic with his electronic wind chimes.
Rambles through Acorn Wood - Mike Cook
Mike pulls on his hiking boots, and sets off on another Q+A session in Acorn Wood.
Play your own "Destiny"
New fonts and graphics offer
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