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I'm sure WebsterXL 2 will be released when it's ready and hopefully not before like Oregano 2 was/is. Andrew Pullan remains committed to developing the browser. WXL 1 is still being developed, enhanced and bug fixed and at the same time WXL2 is also being developed, no easy task for one person.

To keep up to date with the latest versions and progress updates, all users of of WXL should subscribe to the WXL mailing list by sending an email to websterxl-subscribe@smartgroups.com If you sign up to R-Comps priority support scheme then updates will be sent to you by email as and when they occur. Failing that, if you speak to R-Comp they will probably ask to to return your original discs to them for upgrading (you'd need to confirm this with them though).

Even with the extra cost of the Priority support scheme, the price still doesn't come close to that of Oregano2.

Incidently though, I was unable to post this with Fresco (couldn't login), Oregano (doesn't like long posts) or WXL (doesn't like your message boards). Thank heavens for Mozilla! Cheers!

 is a RISC OS UserThe Doctor on 6/5/03 6:55PM
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