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propellerhead commented on 05 Apr 2007
***** (five stars!)
man, this is so f*in' hilarious!
especially that one comment:
"Thankfully none so far."

IF it ever becomes TRUE,
THEN it won't be as funny
BUT until then
[Version 0.47.5]

propellerhead commented on 23 Mar 2007
Don't touch this thing with a ten foot pole.
It seems like a good idea,
But after using it I had to reinstall OS X.
Because all non-intel programs would not work, or would take unbelievabe amounts of time & CPU to launch & run:
all apps from Macromedia, Micro$haft, & Adobe.
Couldn't use any of them.

I support the idea, but I think this app needs a little more work to make it safe.

Oh, BTW those 3 companies need to work a little harder on producing usable software, it's a pity so many of us have to rely on them.
[Version 1.3.7]

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propellerhead replied on 23 Mar 2007
oops did I say 3 companies?
I guess "2" would have been more accurate.
propellerhead commented on 20 Mar 2007
The easiest thing is to use Safari Stand.

Once the flv is downloaded, you simply command-click on it & save to downloads folder. Since it's already done downloading, it saves instantly, & also it has the appropriate name.
[Version 0.9b3]

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propellerhead replied on 20 Mar 2007
I was pretty happy when I learned about that one, after much frustration trying many other things, it really works easily & well.

Also, if you have Quicktime Pro & Perian

you can open flv's in Quicktime & save them to whatever format you like. Saving to a quicktime .mov takes no time at all.

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