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Issue 211 : September 1999

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All the latest about the greatest computer system in the world.
Installing BT's Home Highway, and an HTML helping hand.
Cover disc
We've a plethora of programs and a deluge of data for you this time.
Public Domain
Covering patches that RISC OS 4 won't need and a new PD spreadsheet.
Business - Mike Tomkinson
What is the future for Acorn Computers? Your comments invited.
Game show - Richard Goodwin
Richard cracks Eurofighter Typhoon in his best gaming underwear.
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Lots of wonderful second-hand hardware and software.
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Our lovely readers have their say about software documentation.
The Regan Files
Dave 'Beardy' Holden chats with David Matthewman about PD libraries.
Education News - Pam Turnbull
Pam lets us know what's new in the world of education.
Education reviews - Pam Turnbull
Pam checks out Numbertime Time and a Mathematics Dictionary CD.
Flat screen monitors - Chris Drage
Chris looks at the benefits of FPDs, or Flat Panel Displays, over traditional CRT monitors.
Photo re-touching - Simon Anthony
Simon gives us a little (free) program to help with any dithering you may have.
Datasafe - Don Slaven
Don puts APDL's Datasafe harddisc system to the test.
Kosovo CD
Stephen Scott browses the charity offering from Paul F Johnson.
Here's a first look at the brand new version of RISC OS that's hit the streets.
Photodesk series - Walter Briggs
Walter demonstrates the art of airbrushing in 24-bit art packages.
MIDI controllers
More of the darkest, innermost secrets of that obscure MIDI code.
Big discs and SCSI-1 - David Watkins
David looks at the problems of installing a large SCSI drive.
OOP - Greg Scott
Greg gets down and boogies with new ways to use functions and objects.
Home networks - Mike Buckingham
This month Mike gets his network up and running.
Large harddiscs
Getting the best amount of data from your big drives.
Run the Risc - Mike Cook
Mike looks at a traditional effects processor; the tremelo.
Rambles - Mike Cook
Acorn Users own Yoda, answers your technical queries.
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