Kuro San
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Kurosan commented on 27 Sep 2011
Why would you need this when Path Finder already exists?
[Version 1.0.54]



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Kurosan reviewed on 06 Sep 2011
Best of the movie players or OSX, and it uses the Mplayer/SMplayer keys that I'm accustomed to. The only things I wish for are the controlless compact window mode that SMplayer has, and for next/previous frame to be fixed.
[Version 0.6.8]



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Kurosan commented on 27 Sep 2010
Do I really need or want a picture frame with the software logo on my desktop? No, I do not.

The authors decision to keep one frame with his logo visible on my desktop at all times pretty much ruins this software. (It may be possible to remove or hide the frame with the logo, but it was not immediately obvious how to do that).
[Version 0.5.7]



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Kurosan commented on 06 Feb 2010
Won't start on PPC 10.4.11
[Version 0.9.21]



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Kurosan commented on 14 May 2009
Saves streams as AIFF and you then export to MP3 later. This fills up disks in no time. Not sure why the author isn't ripping directly to MP3.
[Version 0.4.1]



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Kurosan commented on 28 Mar 2009
Works OK as long as the remote port is 5900. Anything other than 5900 on the remote host fails to connect.
[Version 0.98.04]



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Kurosan reviewed on 31 Dec 2006
I really want to like this player, but it has some real annoyances.

Pro:
+ Very simple.
+ Fast to use.
+ Stays out of your way.
+ Low CPU utilization.

Con:
- *Still* doesn't play AAC encoded with QuickTime/iTunes.
- Could be about half the size it is (even and 1600x1200 it's absolutely HUGE).
- Doesn't remember shuffle/loop settings between launches.

How about a pref's pane to manage UI size, playlist font/size, buttons vs. text, etc.
[Version 0.05]



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Kurosan commented on 26 Apr 2006
Kills EXIF data dead! Too bad, it looks like a perfect fit for my wife to tweak her photos, but I must have EXIF data intact.
[Version 2.0]



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Kurosan reviewed on 29 Jan 2006
After reading some of the comments posted here I was hesitant to try this on the auctions I was currently watching. But it worked like a charm! Nailed my last bid with 2 seconds and $0.06 to spare.

Sure the GUI could use some work and polish, and it would be great if the developer used WebKit or something (anything) that renders correctly for the builtin browser component, but otherwise this was a very functional and effective piece of kit.

Thank you so much!
[Version 0.3.4.9]



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