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"And ultimately, given a free OS from ROOL and a free emulator in the form of RPCEmu, what's so bad about that?"

If I were given a choice over a 26bit ROOL RO5 and a 32bit ROOL RO5 for use with RPCEmu (or a real RPC for that matter) I would pick the 26bit, at least until more of the applications that exclusively use the 32bit versions features are released.

Which probably means I'd being using 26bit for ever ...

 is a RISC OS Userflibble on 26/5/09 2:36PM
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