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The trouble is there are no compelling reasons to use RISC OS in embedded systems these days as rjek has described. Even for fonts, although I still think the RISC OS rendering system is superior, the various anti-aliased true type engines and even MS's Clear type have matured sufficiently that there would be little gain from anyone licensing our font manager.

 is a RISC OS Userdruck on 17/01/08 09:10AM
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