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AMS: That's a lot of speculation, with the quite major assumption that ROL didn't ask for (and receive) permission from Pace to make those developments.

How do you explain why Pace never cancelled the licence, if ROL were in such flagrent breah of contract? Also, how Iyonix didn't impinge on ROL's target market if Castle didn't buy the head licence from Pace until after the Iyonix had come out?

 is a RISC OS UserStoppers on 19/12/08 6:12PM
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