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Going back to what not_ginger_matt was saying. I think making available some specific modules,that can be used without the rest of RISC OS 6, perhaps something such as SpriteExtend or the Firewall is fine. I would however NOT go as far as saying make the new versions of Paint and Draw available or the Image File Render for free too.

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