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In reply to Footie: That wasn't a complaint about the vector fonts - I think it's a great nod to modernity.

And Stewy - I'd quite forgotten Conqueror, great game. Now it's sitting here on the shelf (next to Lemmings and Zarch - really). I might just have to fire up Aemulor and hope for the best :-)

 is a RISC OS UserTonyStill on 30/5/06 10:47PM
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