Zc456
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Zc456 commented on 09 Nov 2008
I can't comment anymore on iPaint since its no longer for my platform at all. While you've gotten a very low rating so far, I also agree with Bimmer (sept for the Vanilla Draw part.) Don't stop Mac OS X does need paint. Even if Apple won't make there own version.
[Version 1.1v3]



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Zc456 reviewed on 05 Nov 2008
Holy crap, people, its a freakin' beta. "...released to an enthusiastic public for large-scale testing and bug discovery." - Wikipedia

The new software includes Safari's engine, just like the Windows version uses IE's engine, so it should be a smooth transition in terms of logging into all your sites from Safari. The new interface is as "native" as it gets. So I don't know why people are complaining.

With the new interface means finally upgraded software. Mail, AIM, and of course the browser have been totally revamped. I have a iBook G4, 15inch display, 1024x768, so things are a little big for me unlike the new Macs. AIM has a new interface, user info is a simple mouse hover away, and chatting has been revamped with a nice bigger window and tabs are default and its all ad-free. Mail is all native and almost looks like they copied off Apple's Mail. Its the ONLY application on the desktop software that has ads which is fine for me. Although it could use some work.

This is the biggest change to hit AOL in a long time and by far welcomed one. Ignore those who say it sucks, has spyware, ect. This is isn't version 9! AOL changed its focus a long while back and this software shows it. My only complaints to the beta is the browser buttons shouldn't be "shiny." It feels awkward when on Leopard and even on Tiger. Hands down. I suggest more research if they want to go all native on both Tiger & Leopard platforms.
[Version 1.5b6]



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Zc456 reviewed on 16 Oct 2008
A great simple player for something that hasn't even hit 1.0. The look & feel to it is very different from a normal player. Its a little confusing at first but once you get the hang of it its pretty dang cool. I would like to see a playlist window added in the future. Then it will really take off in my opinion.

So far my first impressions = awesome great start.
[Version 0.2.5]



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Zc456 commented on 18 Sep 2008
13.0!? This is just as crazy as Winzip. Just create an 12.x (or lower fall I care) update for Leopard instead of a new version altogether for a year that's not even here yet.
[Version 13.0]



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Zc456 commented on 13 Mar 2007
These people... ITS A BETA!

Well compared to the last AOL for Mac they made, I'm impressed.
[Version 127]


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Zc456 replied on 13 Mar 2007
Or.. alpha. Why are so many people releasing alpha's these days? >_>

Don't answer that.
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Zc456 commented on 08 Oct 2006
O_O Saw the website, I stand corrected.
[Version 1.0]



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Zc456 commented on 26 Jun 2006
Even shareware companies make free apps sometimes.
[Version 5.4]



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Zc456 commented on 21 Jun 2006
I bet everyone who downloaded this did it for Hula Jesus.
[Version 3.0]



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Zc456 commented on 05 May 2006
I only got as far as importing a movie into the library. You can't edit or test out they haft to offer. Plus the help tends to ask so much for so little on a demo that only lasts 10 minutes with only 10 lunches to spare.

It takes more then 10 minutes to edit a movie!

You might as well just buy it seeing as you can't do anything with the demo. Useless opon download. So.. I agree with everyone esle, iMovie is still a win compared to this.
[Version 2.03]



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Zc456 had trouble on 04 Mar 2009
Its horribly slow and tends to render my PowerPC Macs to halt at times. When on my MacBook, which sadly the HD died, it runs like a breeze. Not sure if this is still true for anyone else. I've tried it on both a 1GHz PPC Mac with 512 to 1.25GB of memory and still the same issue.

I don't get it.
[Version 3.0.7]



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Zc456 had trouble on 03 Nov 2008
Like many other members, I press "New..." but no window or option appears. Please fix.

System: iBook G4, 1GB RAM, OS X 10.4.11
[Version 1.7]



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Zc456 had trouble on 07 Jun 2006
This looks like a very nice program.

Only program is that it won't stop crashing when I try to start a movie.
[Version 0.94]



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