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I don't remember ROL asking publically who wants IYONIX Select - AFAIR they just asked the Select subscribers and perhaps the Foundation subscribers. Considering the fact that quite a few users like me quit Select due to no serious committment beyond the well known "keep paying and we'll look into the IYONIX pc some time but don't know when" how do they expect to get more interest. All I was able to offer ROL in return to their kind of committment is that when something is available I'll look at it to see if the price is acceptable.

And as mrchocky correcly states quite a few select features are present in RISC OS 5 already so that select is not as important to IYONIX users as it is to others perhaps. ROL, you should really consider offering Select Features instead of the whole OS to IYONIX users - should be quite a bit less work thus less expensive and thus more interest, I'd say.

 is a RISC OS Userhzn on 27/9/05 5:45AM
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