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JohnB, Mac9: you're not using a RO browser*, presumably, in light of your comments? If you had been, you'd have noticed that the Home page text is all over the place, and partly illegible due to being obscured by other features (*specifically NetSurf 2.0 and FireFox 2.0.0.18; Oregano2 shows all the text, but not in the correct layout). Maybe not a problem for those using RO under emulation, but what about RPC RO 4.X users wanting to upgrade, or possible converts from the other side of the OS fork, seduced by all those whizzy features ;-)?

 is a RISC OS Userbucksboy on 27/4/09 5:44PM
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