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Sparky: You're talking crap. I most certainly did NOT say I don't use RISC OS any more. For example see my recent dobe article about the STD Unipod for an example. I have a pair of RiscPCs here and laptop and desktop PCs for emulators. I use RISC OS as much as ever and still actively develop for it. Whether you care to bother thinking about the actual words I said, or are more intent on your own sillynotions such as me not using RISC OS, is up to you. Weird.

dgs: You're also very odd with your putdowns and attempts to put words in people's mouths. It's just odd. Give up making YOUR self "look silly". Pretending you're daddy and suggesting my few comments could be anything like getting me "in trouble" is just ridiculous. Wise up and stop being silly. Since you're clearly unable to understand what I said about CTL, I'll attempt to explain it more simply for you ; CTL have made an accusation about ROL's activities. ROL dispute this. One company will be legally proved right. You assume this will be CTL, but why? There's no evidence been given to back up that idea that I've seen. Hence I said ".. assuming what CTL say is actually legal" - it may well NOT be! Got it yet?

 is a RISC OS Userimj on 16/06/04 8:49PM
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