Mdewakanton
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Mdewakanton commented on 11 Feb 2014
Version 1.63 is available from the developer's site (32 and 64 bit) and fixes a bug reported on 10.6.8 and 10.7.5 (crash on adding images to be converted). As always, he responded very quickly :-)

http://download.xnview.com/XnConvert-mac.tgz
http://download.xnview.com/XnConvert-mac-x64.tgz
[Version 1.62]



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Mdewakanton commented on 27 Dec 2013
10.8 required, not 10.6.8
[Version 0.9.3]



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Mdewakanton commented on 02 Jun 2013
Actually version 20130602 is already available through autoupdate:

- Fixed a crash when reading some FLAC files
[Version 20130601]



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Mdewakanton commented on 05 Mar 2013
Actually Update 14 for 10.6.8 updates Java SE 6 to 1.6.0_43 and not 1.6.0_41 (this detail should be corrected also for the update for 10.7 and 10.8).
[Version Update 14]



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Mdewakanton commented on 30 Apr 2012
Note that version 1.5.0 requires 10.5 or higher according to ReadMe.
[Version 1.5.0]



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Mdewakanton commented on 03 Apr 2012
Same as for previous versions: 10.6.4 is said to be required here:

http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1516

but not here:

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5056

"This release is only for Mac OS X v10.6.8 or later versions of Mac OS X 10.6".
[Version Update 7]



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Mdewakanton commented on 08 Feb 2012
Early 2010 MBPs? Maybe I missed something, but afaik there are only mid-2010 MBPs. As firmware updates are no joke, why not clearly state, say, MBP5,3 or MBP6,2? One can easily check in System Profiler/System Information.
[Version 2.6]


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Mdewakanton replied on 08 Feb 2012
Definitely. But is this a good reason for devising "early 2010 MBPs"? Apple did, not MacUpdate:

http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1492

Can see no point in messing things up.
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Mdewakanton commented on 21 Jul 2011
Just for sake of clarity, I'm running Safari 5.0.5 on 10.6.5 and today I received the notification version 2.3.1 was available. I updated and it's working fine, but I'm just wondering which are the real Safari requirements. I didn't receive any notification for v. 2.3. Checked developer website but there too 5.1 for SL or 5.0.6 for Leopard are the minimum requirements.

BTW, great piece of software :-)
[Version 2.3]


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Mdewakanton replied on 21 Jul 2011
Thanks for your reply. Actually I spoke too early and realized later what you said. Reverting to 2.2.6 fixed it.
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Mdewakanton replied on 22 Jul 2011
Thanks again. Unfortunately the update still shows up in Safari prefs' Extension tab. Wish Safari could detect incompatible versions directly. Happily I've always kept "automatically install updates" unchecked.
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Mdewakanton commented on 29 Jun 2011
I think requirements should be corrected: the Apple support page lists 10.6.6 or later, and not 10.6.4. I'm running 10.6.5 and it doesn't show up in Software Update. Actually, this isn't the first time Apple makes some mess about minimum system requirements since the advent of 10.6.6 and App Store.
[Version Update 5]



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Mdewakanton reviewed on 08 May 2011
The features listed in "what's new" at the moment are referring to previous version 20110502. Version 20110508's changelog:

"This is a BETA release for a CD burn feature. You can skip this update unless you are interested in the feature. Feedback is welcome.

Clicking "Burn CD" button in the toolbar of the track list window triggers a CD burner. Apple's standard CD burner GUI will appear and proceed.

Note that the verification process requires an offset correction, so both read/write offset value (in CD Burn pref) should be set correctly for the exact match. Otherwise the verification will fail. If you are not sure about the write offset of your drive, burn AccurateRip verifiable image with the write offset 0, and rip the burned disc with the correct read offset. Then, the AR report will suggest offset values, and the relative one will be the write offset.

Here is a current status list of the XLD burner:

XLD does
• write flac/ape/wv/etc+cue image to CD directly
• take care of write offset
• reproduce pregap length (including HTOA)
• write ISRC/MCN
• write pre-emphasis/DCP flag

XLD does not (at this moment)
• create Mixed Mode CD
• create Enhanced CD (CD-Extra)
• write CD-Text"
[Version 20110508]



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Mdewakanton had trouble on 03 Jan 2014
7.2.2 won't open on 10.6.8. Tried both the version downloaded from here and the one from the dev's site. From the crashlog:

Dyld Error Message:
Library not loaded: /usr/lib/libc++.1.dylib
Referenced from: /Applications/Mactracker.app/Contents/MacOS/../Frameworks/rbframework.dylib
Reason: image not found
[Version 7.2.2]


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Mdewakanton replied on 04 Jan 2014
Fixed in 7.2.3. Thanks!
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Mdewakanton had trouble on 09 Nov 2013
Maybe the requirements are not correct. Version 1.5.6 crashes on startup on 10.6.8 and I think it's because the developer embedded java 1.7.0, not compatible with SL afaik.

I've posted in the support forums, but as I appear to be the very first poster, thought I'd report here too.

I love this app, the best free option, imho.
[Version 1.5.6]


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Mdewakanton replied on 09 Nov 2013
Very quickly solved: see Reviews/Comments tab. Thanks to the developer!
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Mdewakanton had trouble on 05 Sep 2010
Keywords issue isn't solved (at least for me). Just updated from 1.2.8 to 1.3.1 and all my keywords are gone... Well, no major headhache, but I thought I'd let you know.
[Version 1.3.1]


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Mdewakanton replied on 11 Sep 2010
Thanks for fixing it. I assume you no longer need my .plist, isn't it?
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