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Wow, has Drobe bought licensing rights to "Candid Camera"? It's like another fairy tale! Drobes own news based RISC OS 6. While Castle's "Iyonixs" is a RISC OS 5 so then what's RISC OS 6.... "King Arthur" ? I hope the licensing's up to scratch otherwise we'll end up with King Arthur not in his Castle, but in exile. Or rather, if Arthur was developed around 1987 before RISC OS, then wouldn't the owner of Arthur (before RISC OS) be the true licensee of RISC OS but PACE didn't tell Castle? :blush: Dear me, not again!!! :angel:

 is a RISC OS UserSawadee on 24/6/04 2:53AM
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