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I believe that RISC OS OPEN has been established for the single and specific purpose of upgrading to 32bit, the software to enable the Siemens Scanner Pen to work with the Iyonix.

May I publicly thank all those on the CJE Micro's stand at Wakefield 2006 for acceding to my request for the urgent application of the grey cells.

Thanks!

 is a RISC OS UserXinoyi on 27/6/06 9:24AM
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