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markee174> ROL seems to have the interests of Omega users (yes that up and coming platform), A9 users (more than the 6 who voted in the recent poll I hope) and RISC PC users at heart. Iyonix with it's large existing userbase doesn't seem to rate.

My advice is simple, RO 5.10 is out, it costs nothing and has the neat feature of actually running on an Iyonix.

Now what you do with your money is your business, but if it were me I'd save the money until ROL see sense, or use the money saved to buy software from companies that *do* support Iyonix users. Eventually ROL may get the message and wise up (I hope) if they don't RO 5.XX is good enough (and getting progressively better.....).

 is a RISC OS UserAMS on 22/9/05 7:48PM
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