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I've gotta agree with Ian about one thing (well, others too, but only one I'll comment on): nobody wants to buy RISC OS software. The number of people who say they support RISC OS and tell others to get Select etc, while at the same time clinging on to Impression like a limpet is terrible. I'm sticking with RISC OS for now, but only because I can't afford a PC and the software I'd want to run on it.

 is a RISC OS UserStyx on 18/1/03 7:10PM
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