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I see that GP5 has some support (don't know how much) for the Canon iP4000. So hopefully that should also include the iP5000 and MP750 and MP780 as well (maybe even the iP4200 and iP5200) though i guess none of this is guaranteed.

The problem with Epsons is their waste of ink and poor life span (of the carts and the printers) (I'm refering to the C64 and C84)

 is a RISC OS Userfwibbler on 22/12/06 11:29AM
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