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Just finished installing the 32-bit software I purchased at the show on my Iyonix, including ArtWorks2, EasyClip2 and several other bits and pieces :-).

All of this software would not have been purchased if I had not got a new machine that required it. Look at how the software scene was slowly dying and how much has been done since a new machine was produced.

I was talking to one of the in house security guys who was quite impressed by the number of people carying away large bioxes with Iyonix stamped on them. Seems to me that people are making thier minds up for themselves on wether they want a new faster machine that they can buy now or an improved GUI on old machines.

Having said that I would like to see Select on my Iyonix but if ROL can't or won't let me do that then I will use the money I will save from my Foundation and Select subscriptions in other ways of supporting RISC OS.

 is a RISC OS Userron. on 10/05/03 10:25PM
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