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Oscar74 commented on 17 Sep 2007
iTunes development is based on AAC and MPEG-4 video, not MP3. Also, please, will all of you learn to write proper English? Thanks.
[Version 7.4.2]

Oscar74 commented on 16 Aug 2007
Yes, cuz it is very difficult to right-click (or command-click) on a file and select "create archive". LOL.
[Version 1.0]

Oscar74 commented on 20 Jul 2007
Unless you are using more than Windows and OS X on an Intel Mac, I don't really see the value of this software. AFAIK, you cannot set a firmware password on an Intel Mac since it uses EFI as opposed to the Open Firmware of previous G-series Macs. Just press the Option key on startup and you will be presented with icons for booting into either OS X or Windows XP, even multiple versions on different partitions/disks if available, using no additional boot-picker software (such as this).
[Version 1.2]


Oscar74 reviewed on 23 Jun 2007
Installed it and.. wait. I can't find my car anymore. It must have eaten it. And.. wait... my adult video collection has been edited down to soft porn... oh. never mind. It installed without a hitch on my 20" Core Duo iMac. :)
[Version 10.4.10]

Oscar74 commented on 14 May 2007
Why on Earth are you criticizing Blender just because you don't know what the installer for Yafray (a different, separate piece of software) has placed on your system? If you are so paranoid about what Yafray (not Blender) has installed on your system, and cannot even figure out how to email the Yafray team without removing the "NO SPAM" portion of their addresses, then perhaps you should not have bothered to download Blender.
[Version 2.44]

Oscar74 commented on 28 Mar 2007
Because no one uses it. :)
[Version 2.5.2]

Oscar74 commented on 30 Dec 2006
Just use Activity Monitor instead.
[Version 0.98a]

Oscar74 commented on 23 Dec 2006
There's nothing basic and rudimentary about Microsoft Access. LOL.
[Version 6.0rc1]

Oscar74 commented on 06 Dec 2006
How on Earth could you have left this running for 10 days, and why would you?
[Version 4.0]

Oscar74 commented on 12 Nov 2006
All this does is simplify the process of taking your protected AAC files from iTunes, burn then to CD, and then re-rip them into MP3 format. If you want AAC files, just burn your songs to CD and re-rip them as AAC.
[Version 1.0]

Oscar74 had trouble on 17 Feb 2008
Installs fine, but cannot open Preferences or check the Lists at all. Had to uninstall. Using 10.5.2 on an Intel iMac.
[Version 1.5b1]

Oscar74 had trouble on 17 Oct 2007
Copies (and deletes) my homemade ringtones to the iPhone, but they do not make any sound. I'm using regular M4A files. :(
[Version 1.0.3]

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