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To Peter Naulls: "Some of the choices are a bit strange - Browse for example." Browse is a good idea since it is still my favourite Browser for offline use and even for quit a bit online use if I surf using RISC OS. Getting a 32 bit version would be nice indeed.

To druck: I like your comment about ROL :-)

So let us hope that this attracts the odd developer to add features to RISC OS 5 now ... or perhaps ROL now gets to know how to offer Select for the IYONIX ;-)

 is a RISC OS Userhzn on 30/9/06 4:05PM
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