Nodescan Client
Nodescan Client
1.0b36

2.3

Nodescan Client free download for Mac

Nodescan Client1.0b36

10 December 2014

Cross-platform chat and file sharing solution (beta).

Overview

Nodescan Client provides access to most Nodescan Server features. You can join individual and group chats; send instant messages; see who is online via a contact list; upload, share, and search for files; and listen to music via audio streaming. It is compatible with OS X, Windows, and Linux.

What's new in Nodescan Client

Version 1.0b36:
  • Improved Contacts window.
  • Easier to switch between Instant Messages and Chat
  • No longer requires separate Java install
  • Full compatibility with Mac OS X versions up to 10.10 (Yosemite)
  • Search window shows results by category
  • Sharing window supports tagging and uploads of multiple files and zipping files and folders.
  • Other bug fixes and improvements

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How would you rate Nodescan Client app?

3 Reviews of Nodescan Client

Anonymous
10 January 2005
Version: 1.0b19

Most helpful

Hoist the Jolly Roger! Just kidding. AAC will replace my MP3 collection, when I say it does. Considering MP3s play on 90% of the worlds players I'm sticking with MP3. I'm not about to convert 40gigs of MP3s (not all pirated) just to find they will only play on a handful of players. Those of you with hearing as good as a dogs and 10,000 dollar stereo systems may think otherwise.
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Anonymous
10 January 2005
Version: 1.0b19
Hoist the Jolly Roger! Just kidding. AAC will replace my MP3 collection, when I say it does. Considering MP3s play on 90% of the worlds players I'm sticking with MP3. I'm not about to convert 40gigs of MP3s (not all pirated) just to find they will only play on a handful of players. Those of you with hearing as good as a dogs and 10,000 dollar stereo systems may think otherwise.
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Amonre
08 August 2003
Version: 1.0b16
It's Java... even worse. No wonder it took ages to start it. It's apparently also encouraging piracy. *All* file sharing apps like this are used for piracy. According to NodeScan: "There are plenty of alternative programs and networks which are better suited to this endeavor." So it's not even a good type of network. Ogg Vorbis steaming? OGG is not quite a popular format. MP3 is more popular, is about to be replaced by the even better AAC. Chat? What the hell, 32*32 icons before an user name? I thought 16*16 emoticons were bad. Instant messaging? Don't we all have AIM, MSN, Excite, Yahoo, Jabber, ICQ? Will this new IM thing be used? I think not. Remote server adminstration requires you to enter geeky commands. Not exactly user-friendly either, is it? Yikes.
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Amonre
08 August 2003
Version: 1.0b16
I'm disappointed. I downloaded NodeScan and it looked quite promising. When I saw the OS 9 icon in OS X, I knew it would be an app that looks great, but isn't. - It runs horribly slow. It took me about 20 seconds to start the app (both server and client). - I couldn't figure out how it worked. - The user interface is a pain-what the hell did the author do to the great default Mac OS X GUI? I'm not sure what language this app is coded in. I suspect REALbasic, for several reasons. The GUI has elements that are definitely REALbasic. There are much better Intranet server solutions than this.
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