Huxley Dunsany
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Huxley commented on 19 Apr 2009
Huh. This new version's .DMG image file won't mount for me. Is anyone else having any luck?
[Version 1.14.19]


Huxley reviewed on 31 Aug 2008
Awesome! For several years, this (along with MenuMeters) was the first thing I'd install on my own Macs. I've been longing for a Leopard update, and here it is - let the good times (and smoothly-running boot drives) roll!

[Version 1.5]


Huxley reviewed on 27 Apr 2008
I bought this software a few months ago, and I've had an absolute blast using it. It works well, is easy to set up, and makes my Xbox 360 useful as a media-streamer in ways I wasn't able to access before. Kudos! One small caveat, though: While music and photo streaming work very smoothly from my iMac G4 1.25gHz machine (my main media server), streaming video is choppy at best. However, streaming video from my 17" MacBook Pro 2.33gHz is silky-smooth.
[Version 3.31]


Huxley reviewed on 21 Apr 2008
I just wanted to chime in with my thanks - I've got several hundred screen-savers on my MacBook Pro, but this one has just shot to the top of my "Greatest Hits" batch. Thanks for sharing it with us for free! Just as a thought - it might be nice if there could be variation in the colors of the strands - rather than the whole batch shifting at once, maybe different "threads" could shift at different rates. Also, I was wondering if it would be cool to have the amplitude and frequency shift over time, perhaps randomly. Just a couple of small suggestions on an otherwise beautiful saver.
[Version 1.2]


Huxley reviewed on 26 Nov 2007
I've been aware of Chipmonk Basic for years, but I've only just started really playing with it. As a computer geek whose programming skills began and ended with the Apple IIe, Chipmonk Basic is a wonderful (re)introduction to the art. Plus, given the range of Macs it will run on (1980's-era vintage gear through today's Intel powerhouses), anyone with a Mac can play with it. This is a great example of what makes Mac shareware so much fun! My only suggestion would be to possibly bundle in some example files with the software.
[Version 3.6.4b5]

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