RISC World


Aaron Timbrell rounds up the software directory

This issue we are publishing a set of over 500 sample clip art files in WMF format for use with the RISCWorld WMF converter. All the the sample files have been taken from the Focus 75,000 clipart collection.

This collection of 75,000 clip art images will enable you to design eye-catching creations both at work, at school and at home. All the images are royalty free for personal use and will bring stunning graphics to your fingertips. A Windows browser is included that lets you view all the images so you can find the one you need. RISC OS users will need a suitable clip art manager, such as Mr Clippy.

Special Subscribers offer

If you like the sample files then as a special RISC World reader offer you can buy the entire set on 2 CDs for the ridiculously low price of just £5 including carriage! We will even offer it at this special inclusive price to overseas readers. Stocks are limited so if you do want this great clip art collection at a very low price then call APDL now on 0208 778 2659 (+44 208 778 2659 outside the UK).

The complete DiscWorld line up

As per usual we have our collections of the latest RISC OS games and applications, as well as support files for this issues articles. So the full DiscWorld line up looks something like this:


Some sample WMF files to go with the RISCWorld WMF converter.


All the games from this issues games world column.


Support files for Dave Bradforth's genealogy article.


Support files from Mark Rowan's column.


Dave Holden's KeyMouse application.


Multi Function calculator from Martin Carradus.


All the latest PD, shareware and freeware releases from the PD column.


This contains two sets of Toolbox Modules. The Castle archive contains the latest 26/32 bit neutral system components, required if you want to run a lot of new software releases on 26bit machines (ie. anything that isn't an Iyonix). The RISCOS Ltd archive contains later and improved versions of a number of modules and is suitable for all versions of RISC OS from 3.1 onwards.


The RISCWorld WMF converter and an Impression Manual.

Aaron Timbrell