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simo, not sure my bank manager would take too kindly to Hermes being classified as a free program. Its dev costs are high 4 figures (ongoing). That may also go some way to explaining why DialUp/NetFetch etc all cost money to upgrade.

 is a RISC OS Userarawnsley on 27/1/05 10:35AM
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