Tim French
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Timbo13 commented on 26 Sep 2009
Do you mean Chinese Yuan (CNY)?
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timbo13 commented on 31 Jul 2006
haha, typical.

Great to see a intel compatible version of this. Just a little too late for me though. We have a hp laserjet 1010 and have been unable to print to it from our MBP's. We are receiving a new HP laser which is compatible with Mac OS X today. The same day the intel compatible version of these drivers are released which work with our old, no obsolete hp laser... Isn't life ironic. sigh.
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timbo13 commented on 16 Jun 2006
Actually this website does the exact same thing and has been around longer:

http://www.thejosher.net/iTunes/

I used it since it didn't require installing/running an additional program and was usually faster to find incorrectly named music.
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timbo13 tipped on 26 May 2006
I would avoid installing this until there is a bugfix update.

Installed DivX 6.5 on Mac OS X 10.4.6 with latest security update. After installing it opens a browser window (in safari) which loads a welcome movie. After playing the movie and closing this browser window, Safari crashed shortly after.

Replicated by going to their website again and loading their trailer for divx for mac. After letting it load for ~30-50 mins Safari was using 500mb "real" memory (seen in activity monitor). After watching some of the movie, I paused it and close the browser window (my machine was starting to chug because it was forced to do a lot of paging). Shortly after closing the browser window Safari crashed, again.

I'll be uninstalling this mess/trash and sticking with VLC's browser plugin, me thinks.
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timbo13 reviewed on 04 Apr 2006
I use this with the CEDICT (ChineseEnglish) dictionary. Very handy little tool for my work and personal use.

I have been looking for something like "PowerWord" on windows which pops up mini translations of text which you mouse over.

This is a nice feature to add to safari (and some other cocoa apps with some modifications - see devs website for tips).

The dev is also quick to respond to required updates and listens to feedback.
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