Sam Comstock
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Animator commented on 19 Feb 2013
Just a comment -- this rather vulgar name is off-putting to me. Just a marketing note.
[Version 1.7]



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Animator commented on 04 Mar 2012
Every file in this .dmg is dated 2010. Is this really the right download for March 2012?

It doesn't show in my Photoshop Filter menu, either (gotta study about installation a bit more, but I just dragged it to the PS5.1 Plug-Ins folder, as the short instruction said).
[Version 1.8.2]



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Animator reviewed on 12 Jan 2011
My favorite audio editor! It continues to improve with time. And thank you for keeping it PPC-compatible.
[Version 1.5.4]



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Animator reviewed on 12 Jan 2011
An excellent app for a long time. And thank you Boinx Software for keeping it PPC-compatible.
[Version 2.6]


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Animator replied on 15 Oct 2013
Well, I've necessarily gone Intel (like most of us, I imagine) since writing the above message, but I still like the app!
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Animator commented on 07 Jan 2011
This is now the third or fourth app I've seen that I WOULD download and try, but am shut out by the fact that the app store is Intel-only. for the time being I must use a (still very capable) G5 machine. I'm sure I'm not the only user who is growing frustrated with MacUpdate (and Apple) since this new development.
[Version 5.0]


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Animator replied on 07 Jan 2011
Oops (egg on face but wiping it off) I now notice this IS an Intel-only app -- but I HAVE seen this problem with PPC-compatible apps...
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Animator had trouble on 29 Jan 2013
I'm getting this: "Vectoraster.app" can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.

Rather than we users loosening our security settings, is it a problem to become an "identified developer"? (Not necessarily Mac store, which I know is a hassle.) I hope it isn't costly to you to be "identified"...

Great idea for an app, and I'm looking forward to creating with it.
[Version 5.1.0]


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Animator replied on 17 May 2013
I hear ya talking there, and pretty much agree with you. Since I posted, I have learned to open apps in this situation by control-clicking and using the popup menu -- so, once known, an easy workaround. Good luck with Vectoraster!
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