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I've used Aemulor from the beginning. Apart from a few 28M limit problems it has been trouble free and virtually invisible in operation.

Here is the complete list of what I use it for. Publish+ and Tablemate I would class as essential; EFFCAT and SuperGram I would miss; the rest I could manage without.

!Chords !Meteors !ColourMap !MineHunt !CrossStar !PDCAT !D2Font !PREMIER !Dilo !Publish+ !Dis-le !smbserver !Dis-leII !Snapper !Drummer !SuperGram !Dungeon !TableMate !EFFCAT !TemplEd !EFFmanual !Trace !effTTT !TransDDF !Equasor !TransFSI !Fresco !TransIMP !GraphDraw !TransPCD !ImageFS !TransRTF !LinkCheck !TranTIFF+ !WordWorks

 is a RISC OS UserJohnR on 29/5/09 3:18PM
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