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They said it'll cost depending on how much select you've subscribed to. Hopefully current select subscribers will get them at an appropriate margin over cost. What I wonder is will this be on the premise that you return your old roms. My biggest niggle with softloading isn't the loss of RAM, it's the fact that I have to wait for the hard disc to mount twice (i.e. boot then reboot into select). On a select features note, I wonder if they're planning to fix cut and paste in writeable icons. I mean, at the moment it's against the style guide and most other programs. I did report it but unfortunately there's no bug tracking thing.

 is a RISC OS Userjohn on 19/11/03 4:28PM
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