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Incidently, on my genetically enhanced Kinetic the top level draws in 0.12. Thats a whole 0.02 faster than a standard Kinetic! Woot! Makes all that work seem worthwhie :-/ (Thinks: Need more speed!) Cheers!

 is a RISC OS UserThe Doctor on 4/3/03 11:44AM
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