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Flibble: No fair-minded user should object to coders working on what interests them in their spare time: I certainly wouldn't. And, as you say, quite often the result is useful. However, the RISC OS market does contain commercial companies that are selling hardware and software for profit; my point was, and is, that if these companies wish to be able to carry on selling computers to people like me, or software to run on those computers, the browser issue should be right at the top of their agendas. Seemingly, it's not.

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