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Jon Hall commented on 08 Oct 2008
I have used 1.2 extensively. It's the best workflow ever for measuring bpm.

Unfortunately, the keyboard commands only beep for me, and I don't know what I'm doing wrong. Any body help me?

[Version 2.0]


Jon Hall reviewed on 18 Feb 2008
2.5 caused some problems, but was a workable solution. But the new 3.0 is rubbish.

This is the first time I have been moved to comment negatively on a piece of Mac software: I paid for the upgrade, but it's been nothing but restart, restart, restart because of instability.

Five reasons not to upgrade:

1. DVD Player and EyeTV 3.0 fight for some reason (when EyeTV is recording during DVD Player playback), leading to kernel panics. Duh, restart machine.
2. USB driver code appears to lead to kernel panics all by itself. Duh, restart machine.
3. web access (iPhone) is so flakey as to be useless. Duh, restart EyeTV.
4. export is painfully slow (many days to export some stuff, it might even be that the export function is broken) Duh, restart encoding.
5. many, many spinning beachballs (unbelievable). Duh, restart EyeTV.

Sleak, slow and unworkably poor. EyeEyeEyeTV: stick with 2.5...
[Version 3.0]

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Jon Hall replied on 22 Feb 2008
I've now installed 3.0.1. I will update these comments as I use the new app.
...anything But... (developer) commented on 12 Apr 2007
I don't have a great knowledge of the system (I'm not really a developer:-), but here are some *guesses* as to what might stop it working:

* I don't have the Mac OS X firewall turned on; do you? By rewriting the firewall rules there may be a clash.

* you may have to restart twice: once to fix permissions, once for the startupitem to work

* (as you say) it may be the wrong airport version (I'm not at home, and so can't check which version I have)

If the fix has taken, the new firewall rules should be shown by (carefully!) typing the terminal command:

> sudo ipfw list

Here's what I get:

> jon% sudo ipfw list
> Password:
> 00100 pipe 1 ip from any to any dst-port 10000
> 65535 allow ip from any to any

and it's the 00100 line that has been added.

Happy to try to help!

Best, Jon
[Version 1.0]

...anything But... (developer) commented on 12 Apr 2007
Thank you. I will change the description today to include the information below.

The folder that you will get when the zip file is unarchived is a StartUpItem.

Place it in /Library/StartUpItems and reboot.

Feel free to check the contents of the files; the main one does this:


. /etc/rc.common

StartService ()
ConsoleMessage "Applying AirPrintFix"
/sbin/ipfw add pipe 1 ip from any to any 10000
/sbin/ipfw pipe 1 config bw 12Mbit/s

RunService "$1"

adding a firewall rule that limits the connection to any printer on port 10000---that's the airport usb.
[Version 1.0]

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...anything But... (developer) replied on 13 Apr 2007
Dear Thorsten,

Did you get it working?

Best, Jon
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