Nicholas Riley
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Nicholas Riley rated on 09 Sep 2013
[Version 1.9]



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Nicholas Riley reviewed on 02 Apr 2009
Very nicely done - a good mix between MPlayer's keyboard friendliness and being a real Mac application. The ability to switch between FFmpeg and QuickTime decoding without losing your place in the video is especially appreciated.

Only feature I really miss from MPlayer is the ability to play partially downloaded videos. Given how well Movist keeps your place in a video already, it seems it should be trivial to simply reload a video when you get to the end of it, rather than terminating playback.
[Version 0.6.1]



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Nicholas Riley (developer) commented on 30 Oct 2006
Actually, the Launch! guy got me beat by a few months; he released his product in April 2001, whereas I didn't start working on launch until August 2001. I don't think there was ever much potential for confusion as this one had a lowercase l, no exclamation point, and was command line instead of GUI.

In any case, Launch!
[Version 1.0.1]


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Nicholas Riley (developer) replied on 30 Oct 2006
...oops, sorry, that got cut off. Here's the correct comment:

Actually, the Launch! guy got me beat by a few months; he released his product in April 2001, whereas I didn't start working on launch until August 2001. I don't think there was ever much potential for confusion as this one had a lowercase l, no exclamation point, and was command line instead of GUI.

In any case, Launch! is no more, and I can't believe launch is already five years old! Enjoy version 1.1.
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Nicholas Riley replied on 31 Oct 2006
Why is your name "macupdate31"?

I think it was automatically generated from the email address I used to register.
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Nicholas Riley reviewed on 30 Jul 2003
The first truly Mac OS X native version of Python - with support for Cocoa, Carbon, AppleScript and cross-platform GUI options like Tk, wxWindows and Qt, you can't really go wrong. Wonderful!
[Version 2.3rc2]



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Nicholas Riley commented on 20 Apr 2003
Most responsive developer ever! He responded to my email within 5 minutes (!!!) with a new build of the app addressing all my comments. Great app too.
[Version 2.1]



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