Oriol Ferrer Mesià
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armadillu tipped on 04 Sep 2009
The Number of iterations controls in a great deal the speed. Adding more iterations will result in more "time instances", so they will all move slower. You can also set the "end Position" to be a smaller difference, so that each "time instance" has a smaller distance to move.
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armadillu commented on 10 Dec 2007
Leopard and the new camera access API (bye bye sequence grabber) do this on their own. But CamCamX Is still a very useful solution under certain circumstances for apps that usethe old sequence grabber API to access cameras.
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armadillu (developer) commented on 26 Nov 2007
You are right, 60 sec should do it. Will do on next release.
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armadillu (developer) replied on 27 Nov 2007
Well you'll agree with me that this is a screensaver. It's not like a text editor you need to "work with it" or something. I think this is reasoanble now.
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armadillu (developer) replied on 29 Nov 2007
No one is forcing you to buy what you don't like. And realistically, you really have to like a screensaver a lot to actually pay for it. This a very unique screensaver. The idea is simple, and it doesnt change over time. It will behave the same after 60 seconds, or 60 days.

I'm not trying to rip anyone off, like most shareware apps that you can see around. This is not a clone of anything else around, it's not badly and cheaply coded; this comes from creativity and lots of effort on coding the desired behaviors. It's sad to hear comments like that one, and makes me wonder if I should move away from this. Do you think i'm a billionare bc I get 7 euros from everyone who buys this? I do it mainly for fun, and make sme happy to hear people enjoy playing with what I do.

I've released tons of sucessful freeware before this, this is just a test to see how shareware works in numbers.
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armadillu (developer) replied on 29 Nov 2007
Didnt mean to be rude at all, sorry if it seemed like. English is not my mother language, sorry if I offended anyone.

I hear your suggestion, but honestly I believe its fair as it is. Might look "short sighted" to you, might not to others. Thanks for trying to help me out though!
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armadillu had trouble on 27 Aug 2009
Says: Bad CPU type in executable

MacBookPro1,1
Intel Core Duo 2,16 Ghz
Chipset Model: ATY,RadeonX1600
[Version V025]


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armadillu commented on 27 Aug 2009
Actually I can run coreImage filters and shaders, but just just found that only a few of the newer cards can do openCL:

http://www.macrumors.com/2009/06/10/snow-leopard-h-264-hardware-acceleration-and-opencl-requirements/
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