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hehe :-)

However this does raise a point.

As RO5 users *why* would we change over to the later versions of RO4?

There are cool things such as not necessarily having to reboot when changing network settings, better png support, possibly being able to auto detect a monitor and possible automatic recognition of NASs.

Couldn't somebody *please* do an unbiased feature list so that RO5 owners can see if it would be worth it?

Assuming selectt on iyonix happens...

 is a RISC OS UserROHC on 22/5/06 3:47PM
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