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posted February 05, 2002 08:35           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for the RealBasic program to get it working on my ibook in OS X, is it meant to go anything....?Not like seti is it? where's the colour? animation? fun?

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posted February 05, 2002 09:40     Click Here to See the Profile for Snaggy   Click Here to Email Snaggy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Ya, that would be neat. One thing i do miss is the client window which OS 9 has... a contantly updately tally of what is being done. (any way to do this in X?)

If there's a programmer in the house, we would gladly supply some graphics for visual stimuli ... (say the TTBs Go-Go dancing to the crunching data?)

Also, for a Terminal newbie, it is just too hard to turn it on and off in X. Especially when while it is on, it takes such a dramatic hit on machine performance. (Nitro can't work in X while it is running, the screen just doesn't refresh fast enough, her vector stuff gets bogged down too, and launching a classic ap takes forever.)

So, the OS X client wish list continues.... a simple GUI on/off button, and an easier way to change the settings would be great. It would definately get more people on the team (more G4s), set us apart from other teams, and make it just a little more fun.

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posted February 05, 2002 10:38           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
you gather Shaggy, that should have been posted to the RC-5 section, didn't you? Doh! . well thanks for the reply anyway

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