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philpem: Of course. Not only does it have an option to disable it, but you can even choose for which size of updates it should be enabled, so on a slow machine you could enjoy real-time updates on small fills while having fast updates for bigger fills. By trying the different size options provided you can limit real-time updates to the size of fill you still find responsive enough on *your* machine.

 is a RISC OS Userwuerthne on 21/4/06 10:55AM
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