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In reply to jamesp: I think it won't matter whether ROL sulk or not, if RO5 gets ported to the RiscPC and A9, then we have a single version of RISC OS for all reasonable RISC OS computers (i.e. no Archies or anything), that is of course what we all want, and there will be very little incentive to buy Select/Adjust. I'm not sure whether the ROOL thing will work out, but it would have to go really quite horribly wrong to work out worse than the mess ROL has made.

 is a RISC OS Userthegman on 01/10/06 4:54PM
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