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I don't think £10 is expensive at all. Heck, when Cocognut came out I plunked down £15 for it just because it looked like an interesting product. The only thing I am a little worried about is the "realtime graduated fill" option. I hope there's going to be an option to disable this for the benefit of those of us who are still using 200MHz StrongARM RISC PCs (read: me).

 is a RISC OS Userphilpem on 20/4/06 11:33PM
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