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Raspberry Pi Music display software

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 5 Days 18 Hours ago by: Stuart

I seem to recall someone was working on software to allow a Raspberry Pi to display a music file and change page by the use of foot switch. Anyone know anything?

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 11 Days 16 Hours ago by: Chris Newman

Tanks you, Bernard. How wonderfully efficient of you. Now downloaded & working.

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 12 Days 5 Hours ago by: Bernard

That's why PCType has a feature where you can add your own PC extension. eg. Switch Auto off and manually enter 123 to replace the ### that is shown in the PCType window, then drag your Fireworks Lotus123 exported file to PCType and i

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 14 Hours ago by: Chris Newman

Yes, Iusually use that but just wanted to see what would happen with Lotus.

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 16 Hours ago by: Steve Fryatt

Titanium and IGEPv5, I think.

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 17 Hours ago by: steve.yande@talktalk

I would export as CSV if you want to transfer it to Widows (or Linux); I use Libre Office, and the file menu allows simply to open the CSV file, which can be reformatted within the spreadsheet. HTH Steve

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 19 Hours ago by: druck

The extension for Lotus123 is 123 ---druck

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 21 Hours ago by: Stuart

I don't know for sure but I think all you need to do is to add /txt to the file you create. Won't take a moment for you to check anyway.

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 22 Hours ago by: John

I thought that only affected the Titanium. I wouldn't have thought that would be a problem. Whatever the colour depth of the original, the OS in use just renders to the colour depth set on that particular machine. Even if I try to se

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 22 Hours ago by: Chris Hughes

To be honest not certain how RPCEmu now does it. I vaguely remember some comment about it sometime ago. But thinking again about the issue John was having I was now thinking it might be more like the Colour depth in use on the diffe

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 22 Hours ago by: Steve Fryatt

Try the Fireworkz site, under "Support": https://croftnuisk.co.uk/coltsoft/fireworkz

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 23 Hours ago by: Chris Newman

That's one mailing list I'm not on. Quick look in Fireworkz help didn't give me a link. Any help gratefully received. I knew that would be the case so I didn't want to give him more to think about.

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 13 Days 23 Hours ago by: Steve Fryatt

Aren't both the ARMX6 and RPCEmu using the same byte order, though?

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days ago by: Chris Hughes

I suspect this is the BGR <> RGB colour mapping Or maybe are you using different colour depth on the different machines 16 million colours on say ARMX6 and 32 thousand on the other devices. You need the Verity font instead wh

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days ago by: Chris Hughes

Agreed. You might be better posting this sort of thing on the Fireworkz mailing list, then Stuart the programmer would see it. Have a choice option to add or not the default file extension to saved files regardless of filetype.

Re: !Fireworks and exporting (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days ago by: Harriet Bazley

The menu isn't intended to list Windows file extensions - it's listing RISC OS filetypes, i.e. what will be displayed by the Filer on your own computer.

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days 1 Hour ago by: Chris Hughes

CJE Micros I believe.

!Fireworks and exporting

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days 1 Hour ago by: Chris Newman

Hi, If I have a spreadsheet in !Fireworkz Pro 2.31 on the Pi with Riscos 5.28 and wish to export it. The options from the File.Export menu give the following prefilled save box..... PlainText Textfile Rich Text R

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days 4 Hours ago by: John

Mine was the same version before I got the upgrade. I have run into another snag. I wanted to create the slide show on the ARMX6 but run it on RPCEmu on a Linux laptop. Unfortunately, the background colours don't transfer accurately

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days 15 Hours ago by: Richard Porter

Thanks. The help file says version 2. The app is dated 2000. Upgrade now on order.

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 14 Days 15 Hours ago by: Alan Griffin

Where do you find the upgrade? Alan

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 15 Days 18 Hours ago by: tk

Sounds like you're not running the latest version (v2.60): its !Run file does not contain a test for Imageextend, and the version of Image Extension loaded is 0.90 (18Dec2002). Even with my earlier copy of v2.51 (circa 2002, and prob

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 15 Days 20 Hours ago by: Alan Griffin

I get the same error message. Alan

Re: !OHP (thread)

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 20 Days 5 Hours ago by: John

What version are you running? I've just upgraded 2.00 to 2.6 and the only trouble I've had is messages about lack of memory. On an ARMX6? My travails (all sorted now) are recorded in a thread on Archive-on-Line. John

!OHP

comp.sys.acorn.apps

Posted: 20 Days 16 Hours ago by: Richard Porter

"This application needs ImageExtend 0.80 or newer". However a check on the module states *help imageextend Module is: Image Extension 0.80 (03 Feb 1993) So what's up? I tried with/without Aemulor.

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