The Icon Bar Message Updates Technology news and views RISC OS software to download from !Store http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12437&page=1#124168 Since the article mentions Aemulor, it's worth asking if the Aemulor entry is ghost written or by Spellings themselves? While the A8/A9 version is listed the similarly gratis Cortex A15 version, which came out in 2015 http://sendiri.co.uk/#aemulor doesn't have an entry. RISC OS software to download from !Store http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12437&page=1#124167 Thanks for the article, Mark. I should like to clarify that since !Store hosts its own downloads, broken developer links won't mean "can't download software" which is a common problem online. This was a specific design decision, because this was/is a real problem for older RISC OS software online (see any online RISC OS software database). Can't remember the name. http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=10973&page=1#124166 Thanks Bryan - it's early days yet (my A3000 won't boot) but I have been over to ROOL and got roms and an emulator up and going - just need to remember how everything worked - it's been nearly 25 years Can't remember the name. http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=10973&page=1#124165 Welcome back, good luck with the code updating Can't remember the name. http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=10973&page=1#124164 Sorry about zombieing this thread but I just found this forum - there were actually 4 editions - the 4th was The Anglo Saxons - I know because I wrote them all - I am now trying to revive the original code to get it running on the Raspberry Pi - it's good to know that people remember all this old software RISC OS on GitHub http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12434&page=1#124163 I have a Mercurial clone of the RISC OS Open sources, not for any particular purpose but more as a safety net in case the CVS server became unavailable. Aemulor http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12455&page=1#124162 I have a Pi3 too, although sadly it has only been used for the day job thus far, although ARMv8 compatibility is obviously high on my ToDo list for Aemulor. Aemulor http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12455&page=1#124161 It's OK for me Anyway, I plan also to test Aemulor compatibility for 32bit software not compatible with post ARMv5 hardware. Since I have a Pi3, speed is here, but I miss Aemulor. A lot. Aemulor http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12455&page=1#124160 With Aemulor on post-ARMv5 hardware there really isn't much more that can be done to increase the speed of 32-bit applications running under Aemulor without perhaps all of the work involved in building a new emulation engine, which I'm afraid just isn't feasible for free software being maintained whilst I have a day job. GMail and POP http://riscos.me.uk/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12457&page=1#124159 I haven't used Popstar for years, but I can confirm that I've helped a few users run Gmail via NetFetch, and have a test gmail account myself for such purposes.