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April 24th, 2000

[6:00 AM] Stickies on Steroids: Banner Palette Won't Let You Forget
by Staff

Saint John Morrison has released a new OneClick palette, called Banner Palette. Version 1.1 allows a scrolling banner of customizable text to be placed on a users screen. According to WestCode Software, makers of OneClick:

"Not only do we have to remember things, we also have to let people know that a computer is in use so they don't start working on it while we're away. Traditionally, a scrolling line of text is used; After Dark had a module that did just that. Now you can do the same thing in OneClick, and with a great deal more flexibility, I should think!"

Banner Palette is free, and requires OneClick 2.x from WestCode to run. You can find more information at the WestCode Software web site.

WestCode Software

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