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It might just be worth considering that lapsed Iyonix owning subscribers may just be pig sick of being asked to put money up front to fund development for some 'vague' product that may or may not eventually appear, or paying for products to be developed that we cannot use.

Two years renewal subs for Select (had I remained a subscriber since purchasing my Iyonix) would by now have delivered me the following; a) no Select updates for my (rarely used) RiscPC in over a year b) no Select for my Iyonix c) the possibility to blow a further ukp500 on an A9 (beta) to get a 32bit version of Adjust

My Iyonix will be three years old in December.

Given ROL's apparent complete lack of enthusiasm for the Iyonix, are ROL (or anyone else for that matter) really surprised by the lack of response from Iyonix owners?

 is a RISC OS Userblahsnr on 27/9/05 8:09PM
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