Don Zahniser
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Irontooth commented on 11 Aug 2010
Version 2.9.0 crashes upon launch on my G3 system running 10.4.11 - The crash log gives an 'incompatible cpu-subtype' message. Is this a necessary result of the latest improvements, or is it due to an oversight while building the package?

I especially like Zipeg for opening downloaded (legal) music archives, as I can drag and drop directly from the Zipeg application window to the iTunes icon to add the music to my library.
[Version 2.9.0.1177]



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Irontooth commented on 01 Jul 2010
Just a 'heads up' that the current Opera 10.6 has an issue for Mac OS X 10.4.11 PPC users. Text input is extremely laggy, with high CPU usage while parsing the text. YMMV, depending on processor speed and patience...
[Version 10.60]



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IronTooth commented on 01 Sep 2009
The 'Download Now' link yields PowerMail v6.0.2, not v6.0.3b1
[Version 6.0.3b1]



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Irontooth had trouble on 29 Aug 2010
I would really love Camino 2 as a browser, except for one really annoying bug:

On 4 separate PPC computers running 10.4.11, Camino (and all other Mozilla products I have tested) show multiple page scrolling when clicking once in the scroll bar below the scroll thumb (or above, once it multiple-scrolls down). My primary computer is a G3 Pismo, but I have also seen this on a G4 Cube, G4 iBook, and G4 PowerBook. This bug is annoying enough to keep me away from all of the Mozilla programs, except for Camino, which is good enough to keep me coming back.

Has anyone else seen this behavior, and/or have a suggestion for a fix (other than avoiding trying to use the GUI in a way in which it is _supposed_ to work, and works in all other applications)?

...and yes, I did submit a bug report to the Camino development team when Camino 2 was still in beta, but the outcome was that since this was not a Camino-specific bug, it wasn't their problem.
[Version 2.0.4]



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