Kris Tilford
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ktilford reviewed on 09 Apr 2014
"Plug-in Failure" upon installation of 13.0.0182. Took over an hour to figure out how to manually reinstall the working older 12.0.0.77 version. Total waste of an hour. DO NOT UPGRADE.
[Version 13.0.0.182]



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ktilford reviewed on 20 Dec 2013
I'm using 10.9.1 with a Radeon HD5770 and two monitor both on DVI ports. The version prior to v1.8 made both monitors black like oil and didn't work in Mavericks at all. The v.1.8 Mavericks fix only fixed the primary monitor to normal function, the 2nd monitor is still black like oil.
[Version 1.8]



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ktilford reviewed on 06 Jul 2013
Original Skype was encrypted peer-to-peer, but Microsoft bought Skype and started routing all traffic through their own servers and the NSA was given access to everything. It appears that Steve Jobs held off the NSA as long as he was alive, but after his death, Apple capitulated in Oct. 2012, so FaceTime is also compromised. Oh well, there's no such thing as privacy any more, someone, somewhere can listen. Our voices and images may live long after we die, we're all movie stars in our own little vignettes. The king is dead, long live the king.
[Version 6.6.0.467]


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ktilford replied on 22 Feb 2014
Amazing I got negatives for posting truth. NSA cracked the encryption keys, so the "Apple encrypts" argument is moot.
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ktilford replied on 22 Feb 2014
No FUD here, only TRUTH.
Negative judgement for truthful comments is bad karma.
Here's my good karma truth citation:
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ktilford replied on 22 Feb 2014
URLs won't post unless obfuscated, so here's the URL obfuscated, the TRUTHFUL citation that Apple encryption keys are compromised:

daringfireballDOTnetSLASH2014SLASH02SLASHappleUNDERSCOREprism
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ktilford commented on 08 May 2013
Having problems. Mac Pro 2,1 w/10.7.5. Trying to clean ghost voice recordings from SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip. When a voice recording is made, I transfer the file manually to iTunes and then delete the original from the Clip Zip by drag & drop to Trash and then Empty Trash. This always leaves a hidden ghost file in the "Recordings" folder of the Clip Zip which aren't shown in OS X even if invisible files are shown. If I use the "Delete a Recording" of the Clip Zip software it says "Recording Deleted" but nothing changes, and I have every single voice recording as an invisible ghost file that I can't delete at all. Your program does nothing except eject the Clip Zip immediately, and I've still got all the ghost files. They only way I know to delete them is to reformat the entire device, which losses me all my settings preferences.
I should mention that I've tried Hidden Cleaner 2.1 in both normal mode (64-bit) and using Get Info and checking the box "Open in 32-bit mode". Nothing changes in either mode.
The file names are of format: VRmmddyy### and are originally .wav files, but these ghost files have no content, and can't be played, or even transferred because they're invisible to the Mac, and the Sansa software sees them, but can't delete them.
[Version 2.1]



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Kris Tilford commented on 07 Aug 2003
Installed 0.96j on 7500/G4/400 w/10.2.6 and it wouldn't allow boot after installation. Utilities found errors galore, and I'm unable to resurrect the System after hours of work. I'd totally avoid this unless you absolutely need the floppy and have a drive & system to kill.
[Version 0.96]



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