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stevef:

"Castle have delivered everything that they have promised to Iyonix owners (ie. a machine, a 32-bit OS and subsequent updates)."

Sort of. They raised expectations about future development though with the Merlin project, which quietly died a death.

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To their credit is the formation of ROOL, which is a fantastic development, and the release of the sources to RISC OS will I'm sure bear fruit.

I recently purchased two Iyonix computers, and would dearly love to update them with the Select features I value on my Virtual RPC Adjust (e.g. enhanced Paint, Draw, Image filer). A combination of updates from ROOL and the release of Select features from ROL would be perfect for me.

 is a RISC OS UserStewy on 17/7/07 10:40AM
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