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G7 reviewed on 30 Apr 2008
Still no video after all those years? Sorry. Features not adequate for today's standards.
[Version 7.0]



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G7 commented on 27 Apr 2008
It's a great system component, much better than cocoAspell (i.e. faster and compatible with more applications, including iWork).

However, it's sad we have to download and install it manually. Apple should have included it with OS X, because Polish is one of the officially supported languages in the system. Mac OS X 10.5 is localized in Polish, yet Apple did not supply *any* Polish spelling component with the system.
[Version 1.2]



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G7 commented on 28 May 2007
Well, it looks good, but I cannot send anything. It says: "Cannot post in server: subject required", although I am certain I *do* have the subject entered. I remember contacting the developer about the same issue in one of the previous versions. It was fixed... but apparently the bug crawled out again.

Anyway, nemo has one great advantage over Thunderbird or Unison: when I click its icon, it just launches. Both Thunderbird and Unison jump in the Dock... and jump... and jump... before they actually manage to start up.

After trying several times, nemo finally realised I have the subject entered (clicking the subject and pressing the Enter key a few times seems to do the trick, not always though), allowing me to send the test article. However, the subject line was sent incorrectly and turned into total garbage.

Well... Nemo has clearly a long way to go before it turns into a useful newsreader. I'm not giving any rating, it would be unfair - it's still a beta version, after all.
[Version 0.6.149]



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G7 commented on 05 Mar 2007
You can download older versions of iTunes from http://www.oldapps.com/download_iTunes_mac.php

When Apple releases such terrible mistakes as iTunes 7.0 that needs Intel Core Duo to work with decent speed, we can always download and use older version...

BTW 7.1 seems to be faster, looks like Apple programmers learned something about the code optimization ;)
[Version 7.1]



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G7 commented on 23 Jan 2007
Does not work at all. First it displays "Searching for movie" dialog, and finally quits with "The movie notavailable.mov cannot be found. Without this file, the movie cannot play properly."

Well, maybe I'll wait for the next version... ;)
[Version 0.1b]



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G7 commented on 21 Jan 2007
OK. So, open /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Acrobat/RdrENU80SelfHeal.xml in TextEdit. Find:

<key>isloginitem</key>
<true/>

Change it into:

<key>isloginitem</key>
<false/>

Save, remove AdobeResourceSynchronizer from the
login items, reboot and nex time you launch Adobe
Reader it won't put that file into login items again.
[Version 8.0]



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G7 commented on 05 Dec 2006
It shouldn't be counting second-by-second, unless there is only 4 minutes left. The terminal is quite amusing, though :)

I have made a similar app, to be downloaded at http://pym.uce.pl/lost-en.html - this one counts correctly, as in the "Lost" series.
[Version 1.0]



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G7 commented on 19 Oct 2006
Maybe it is a good game, but I cannot tell it for sure, as it is impossible to download. For several days I am getting "Too many clients for /supertux/supertux-0.1.3-macosx-universal.dmg" message, from both mirrors. Maybe they should put it on a better server? Or create a torrent?

Or maybe it isn't the server's fault. Maybe the game is that popular? Every single Mac user is downloading it right now? And then, perhaps, he or she downloads it again for their friends, children and parents? Please, please stop downloading it for a moment, so that I could get it too ;))
[Version 0.1.3u]



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G7 commented on 14 Sep 2006
"Ultra fast web browser"? That's ridiculous. It's the slowest web browser for Mac OS X I have ever seen. What's more, it doesn't use OS X services (such as the system built-in spellchecker) and takes *ages* to start. I wouldn't recommend this application to anyone. Use Safari, and for those poorly written websites that cannot be opened, try Camino.
[Version 1.5.0.7]



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