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Nice article, but nothing that we are not already aware of. We need at the very least Java and Flash, to be able to access most if not all the available websites under RISC OS. Only reason I generally turn to my pc is when Java is needed on a website. Would be nice also for the webrowsers to be quicker at rendering a page.

 is a RISC OS Usersa110 on 13/2/05 5:27PM
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