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leo:

I think it should officially be called "Oregan Media browser 3 for RISC OS" or similar, (especially as the user agent reported to websites). otherwise is would appear from outside the RISC OS world to be a browser only used by a few thousand people as opposed to the (presumably) far higher total.

The application name should be !Oregano3 obviously,

 is a RISC OS Userjess on 28/7/05 8:39AM
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