Anton Torres
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Logicat commented on 01 Aug 2010
Note to the Developer: your homepage has apparently been hacked! Pls. check: http://ditchnet.org/

I went there via the "About Fake" dialog, hoping to learn more about your programming projects.

Best,
A
[Version 0.7.5]



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Logicat commented on 29 Jan 2010
I have a question to ask the Escapers, but I have been unsuccessful identifying a SINGLE email address for questions, support or any other customer service concerns.

I imagine this is an oversight. Can The Escapers please rectify this problem?

'cause I have a question.

Thank you,
L
[Version 2.47.17]


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Logicat replied on 02 Feb 2010
Thank you to The Escapers for such a quick response to my questions. I'm loving Flux so far - it's come such a long way from version 1, and is working beautifully!
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logicat tipped on 27 Feb 2009
Hey it's Logicat2001 again.

Interesting to revisit an old review of mine, especially after the latest 2.x update to Numerology. Just needed to clarify what I meant by "super-deep, super-simple."

If you've never used any sequencing software, a drum machine, or a modular analog sequencer before, this is going to take some time to wrap your head around it.

Super-deep and super-simple are polar opposites. Numerology 2.x is incredible, and will require some think different-ing to really expose its power.

The options in 2.x are greater, it's easier for first time users, and still completely awesome!

Best,
Logicat2001 (still not the developer, or a friend/employee of Five12. Just a very satisfied registered user!)
[Version 2.0.1]



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logicat tipped on 16 May 2006
As of 5/16/06, you'll find the Mac binary of kdiff3-0.9.88 at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=58666&package_id=54597&release_id=308098
[Version 0.9.90]



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logicat commented on 27 Dec 2005
Originally, I was going to write a comment that /usr/sbin/softwareupdate has been available in Mac OS X since 10.2.x. The description above is a bit terse, and on first read I couldn't understand why you were offering something that's already present in the OS.

Here's the move verbose description from the developer's web page, which gave me my eureka moment: "A packagemaker script (installer) used for forcing macs to install all available Software Updates from Apple in Mac OS X (Tiger) in conjunction with NetBoot/ARD to run command on multiple macs remotely"
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