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Ah, if only the original statements had been proof-read before they were released this wouldn't have been required.

I still maintain that the 32 bit conversion will have to start taking place wether there's a 32bit only computer out there or not. I'm not talking overnight but at least some motion towards it. If that isn't possible without messing up the current versions then say so - please. Don't just tell us it will not happen until someone has a computer ready for you, because it will not happen that way.

Thanks for clearing some things up though Paul.

-- Gunnlaugur Jonsson, Reykjavik

 is a RISC OS UserGulli on 20/9/01 12:36AM
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