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I guessed reworking Sibelius7 would never be a simple task, and not just to rewrite it in C++ but to test and make it work with the quality as good as a Sibelian user would expect, would be a mammoth challenge in it's own right. It was just my thought that of all the RISC OS software that has and is going 32bit, Sibelius7 still is not? Yes, it's a big job "IF" anyone takes it on, and yes, Sibelius may not be seen as a priority if it is available on PC's. I do understand the consideration and points being made, but I admire what I have seen of Artworks in RISC OS, now that has not stopped in development simply because the PC world has similar programmes. Maybe I can not accept seeing RISC OS lose out each time we ackknowledge the Acorn inherited way of thinking "we will never always have". I wonder if Martin W. would be interested in free music lessons? ;-)

 is a RISC OS UserSawadee on 5/11/04 6:47AM
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