68kmla
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68kmla reviewed on 20 Feb 2007
From the Aspyr page:
Requirements

• Video Card (ATI): Radeon 9600
• Video Card (NVidia): GeForce 6600

NOTICE: Intel integrated video chipsets are not supported.
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Just wanted to let anyone with a MacBook know that the full game runs fine with the settings turned down a bit.

Intel integrated graphics chipsets are not locked out in any way. The game does not refuse to run, even with the integrated graphics.

It's got an interesting storyline, and some great ideas and effects. There's no reason not to at least try the demo.
I'm hoping multiplayer is just as fun.
[Version 1.0]



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68kmla reviewed on 13 Feb 2007
Sweet, works fine on my Intel MacBook.
[Version 0.7.1]



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68kmla commented on 03 Jul 2006
Who would be stupid enough to pay for a Kazaa-type P2P program?
[Version 130.4]



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68kmla commented on 17 Jun 2006
So does it keep resource forks intact?
[Version 1.0.2]



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68kmla commented on 06 Jun 2006
Just so people aren't fooled by this being listed under Freeware. It's not free to use the Shrook.com syncing feature, which costs a monthly subscription fee.

Still doesn't read an OPML file with group folders properly, and the dev hasn't responded to an email from three weeks ago.

I wouldn't bother with it since the only feature that set it apart (able to sync feeds with shrook server) now costs a subscription fee.

Back to Vienna for me.
[Version 2.51]


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68kmla replied on 30 Jan 2007
Yes, and as I posted, it does nothing else unique except for the feature that costs money.
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68kmla commented on 10 May 2006
Developer must be hosted on Dreamhost. The site is down.
[Version 1.4b]



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68kmla commented on 19 Mar 2006
In case anyone else has the same problem, remove 'InterView.component' from your Library->QuickTime folder. This may fix the issue.
[Version 2.2.5]



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68kmla reviewed on 19 Mar 2006
Borked my QuickTime install. Every time I start up iChat, Yahoo Messenger, or anything else (iMovie) that uses a video source, there is a popup complaining that the 'Interview software was not installed correctly'

Switched to a different user, same problem.

Try to uninstall, but there's no uninstall option.

Means a reinstall of my system is in order.

Thanks a lot, EchoFX.

Again, THIS SOFTWARE WILL BREAK YOUR QUICKTIME CAPTURE AND THERE IS NO KNOWN WAY TO REMOVE IT.

Not only that, but you need a serial number to run this program, which you can get from their web site. Pure crap.

No support help on their site either, just an email address.
[Version 2.2.5]



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68kmla commented on 22 Feb 2006
If you set the finder option to 'show invisible and system files', work with some files, then turn it off again, it seems to make whole folders full of files disappear.
3 folders, each with between 8-30 jpg files in them. They all showed up as folders with 'No Items' in the Finder with hidden files turned off, but when I re-enabled hidden files with TinkerTool, they showed the files I knew were there.
These files were not modified in any way, other than being moved between partitions.
This has me very worried now, as I have to leave hidden files enabled or else possibly trash files that I didn't know were there.
How would they get the 'hidden' property on their own?
The filenames didn't have a dot in front or anything, and I have not run setfile on any of them.
Help!
[Version 3.61]



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