Laurent Daudelin
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Nemesys commented on 06 Apr 2011
What the heck? Tried to download and I'm redirected to RapidShare, where they want me to subscribe to their pirate download site?
[Version 1.8.1.2.0]


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Nemesys replied on 07 Apr 2011
I understand but it makes it impossible to download it anymore. Nobody is going to register a premium account with RapidShare just to download smallluxGPU....
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Nemesys commented on 26 Sep 2010
It launches, displays the reminder about the beta and then stops responding. I have to force qui it.
[Version 0.2]



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Nemesys commented on 26 Sep 2010
$100? This is a joke, right?
[Version 3.4.3]



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Nemesys reviewed on 24 Jul 2008
I've been using Second Life for almost 2 years now, initially on a PowerBook G4 and for over a year now on a MacBook Pro.

This application has been the most demanding that I have ever used on my MacBook Pro. I have played Need For Speed Carbon, Age of Empires III, Warcraft III and nothing comes even close to bring my MacBook Pro on his knees like Second Life does.

When logging in, I get around 15-20 fps. After 10-15 minutes, my frame rate goes down to about 1.5-2 fps. Yes, you read it right, 1.5 to 2 frames per second. Changing the graphic settings don't have *any* impact. There has been a known issue that has been lingering for over a year now with the NVidia 8600M GT video card in MacBook Pro's. So, if you have one of those, you might reconsider opening an account and putting money into Second Life as you will be sorely disappointed. I have heard that newer MacBook Pros with a 256MB NVidia 8600M GT performs better but I have been unable to see it for myself. I have a MacBook Pro with 3GB RAM running the Intel Core Duo II at 2.4GHz and the NVidia 8600M GT with 256MB of video RAM, all under 10.5.4. The latest versions of Second Life have been consistently worst each time. I used to be able to manage my way around even though you would expect a top notch performance on a laptop costing more than $3000.
[Version 1.20.15.92456]



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Nemesys commented on 16 Jan 2007
Ouch! What happened here? $399 for a single-user license? Sorry, that's way too expensive for hobbyists.
[Version 6.0.10]



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Nemesys commented on 24 Aug 2006
Don't replace 1.9.61 with this version 1.9.63. This new version can still notify you when you receive new email but none of the menu items to let you access your Gmail account work anymore, while 1.9.61 was fully functional.
[Version 1.9.63]



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Nemesys commented on 04 Jan 2006
Anybody knows where we can download a copy of 1.14? the developer site is down and the version at http://www.anokwa.com/ is 1.13.
[Version 1.14]



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Nemesys Software (developer) commented on 05 Jun 2003
Again, posting problems on a public bulletin board won't do you any good, unless you have some hidden agenda of dragging some products down. I personally respond to all emails and try very hard to fix them to the customer's satisfaction. I have never heard about any resource forks being lost. If you really want to be constructive, send me an email with your exact configuration and I can look at the problem.
[Version 1.2.1]



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Nemesys had trouble on 25 Aug 2006
1.9.65 seems to be having the same problem than 1.9.63. Basically, if you try to access your Inbox or compose or try to read a message from the Gmail menu bar item, nothing happens if Google calendar notifications are off. I don't use the application in the Dock so I don't know if it works from the Dock or not.
However, somebody emailed me a fix yesterday. Go in the Preferences and turn on the Google calendar notifications. A page will open in your default browser and you might be prompted if you want to activate your Google calendar. Just cancel. Go back to the Google calendar notifications preference and turn it off. Now, whenever you choose something from the Gmail notifier menu, it will open up correctly in your default browser.
[Version 1.9.65]



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