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I would certainly be interested to read an article that did an unbiassed comparison of these two superb applicactions and their features. I have never got to grips with StrongEd, mostly becuse I had Zap first and it does everything I need (which is not a lot more than scratching the surface I am sure). Although the Iyonix comes with both, I don't think i've ever run StrongEd in the three years I've had it (gosh, is the Iyonix really 3 years old?). Zap on the other hand is permanently on my icon bar.

 is a RISC OS Usermrtd on 19/12/05 9:04AM
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