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I don't think I had mentioned PMT (Personally I prefer the idea of CMT, but that's me opinion).

I am pretty sure this community is split into:

Those that do Those that wish Those that moan about the other two.

As for the "Aren't being maintained now?" bit, isn't that a pointer to something? no S/W = no platform?

I use Impression, Eureka (for table support in impression), DigitalCD, ProCad, Paint, and my own half-arsed music library / player system based on DigitalCd's Libraries, RDPClient.

oh and Netsurf.

How much Win 3.1 / 95 stuff still works under 7?

 is a RISC OS Userem2ac on 24/5/09 9:07AM
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