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Chocky, 1) We don't have a port of Firefox yet, how long has this project of yours been running? 2) If our 'commercial' browsers are unable to keep pace with the "latest standards" by what wonderful method are you able keep up the pace? Yes I know that the development work will be done on the Unix/Linux/whatever system, but someone will have to constantly be willing and able to update and support the Risc OS version.

Netsurf may not have the features of Firefox but NetSurf is on my screen now. Unlike the UPP/Firefox! I for one would much rather support what I have and see it improved than throw money at vapourware.

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