Lawrence G Scalf
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larrys02 commented on 25 Jan 2009
For the larger world out there, is it possible to keep both Real Player 10 and 11 and somehow tie in the BBC Radio Widget to Real Player 10? Or will it automatically link to the latest version? I like Real Player 11, but the fact that it affects the BBC Radio Widget the way it does is quite disappointing.

Anybody out there who knows, post a comment please.
[Version 11.0.1 build 949]



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larrys02 commented on 29 Dec 2007
Thanks for your reply. For someone who is trying out your software, you assume too much knowledge on the part of the user. It is an odd thing to quit an application from a "Preferences panel." Why you choose this path, which is a path of greater resistance for the user, is unclear. Nevertheless, I will try your remedy when I do this again.
[Version 2.0b7]



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larrys02 commented on 29 Dec 2007
An excellent app. Seems to work better for me than Front Row, because I can roam my playlists and do work at the same time, which is not something I can do with Front Row.
[Version 2.0b6]



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larrys02 had trouble on 10 May 2008
Have OS X Leopard 10.5.2 Just updated my existing TTC to TTC 2.2.6, and the software hangs on opening the program. The controller opens up blank. No response, nothing. Tried to reboot, still the same problem. iTunes opens up fine, but the controller does not. Help!
[Version 2.2.6]



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larrys02 had trouble on 17 Apr 2008
Just downloaded the latest version of Google Earth. I have Leopard version 10.5.2 on an iMac with an Intel Core Duo 2 processor. Everytime I try to zoom into a location or use the controls, the program crashes. It will be useless unless someone from Google can explain what to do.
[Version 4.3.7191.6508 ]



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larrys02 had trouble on 29 Dec 2007
Alright, I have downloaded and tried Version 2.0b7, and there now appears to be this problem: when iTunes opens, the TotalTunes panel disappears and I cannot make it reappear. I can quit the app fine now, and it does appear in the Dock as described, but something else is wrong (and yes, I quit the program without closing the window first this time, and I am using the default shortcut for toggling the window). It may help for you to know that I am using an iMac with a Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Would that make a difference?
[Version 2.0b7]


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larrys02 replied on 30 Dec 2007
Very good, you have solved my problem. Thank you. I think I know how this works now, and hopefully it will work out.
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larrys02 had trouble on 29 Dec 2007
One final note: restarting your machine will solve the problem of trashing the app, if that is what you wish to do. But it seems to me that the bug is that you should be able to close the panel/window without any problems when you are through, instead of having to leave it up all the time. This is a bug I suggest the software maker should fix. Thanks, though, for this development. I've wanted an app like this for some time now.
[Version 2.0b6]



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larrys02 had trouble on 29 Dec 2007
An additional note: I tried restarting my computer to see if that would help solve the problem of not being able to reopen the app. I could reopen it after restarting, but when iTunes opens, the panel disappears and I can't get it to show back up (the being unable to trash the app problem still occurs).
[Version 2.0b6]



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