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I've been reading this thread with a great deal of interest. There seems to an impressive quantity of nonsense on here from people who should know better.

Druck - you may recall we spoke about select for Iyonix at Wakefield and I explained some of the problems- which you agreed with (no I am not going to repeat them here, you ought to be able to remember).

The basic problem is this - with co-operation it can be done. Without co-operation it can still be done, but it will take a lt lot longer. If you lot really want Select for Iyonix (and I don't think some of you do - it's just an excuse to stir things up) then go to Castle and tell them to stop playing silly beggers. I have years worth of e-mails going back and forward between ROL and Castle about this. It's simple. ROL want to do it. Castle don't want ROL to do it.

 is a RISC OS UserVirtualAcorn on 18/07/07 3:02PM
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