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So far so good with ON1 RAW 2020.  I am easing into it nicely.  Some things are different but no major disappointments so far.  If it holds up over the next month or two I will start on the big migration.

In some ways there is no hurry.  Catalina has such poor press I have no appetite to update MacOS for the time being.

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