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Philosopher

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  1. why not. could be interesting? What pc specs do you have? The new build seems to work faster on a Xeon-pc than on old G3s, someone says in a pearpc forum: http://forums.h80571.serverkompetenz.net/v...p?p=16781#16781
  2. Dont expect G5 speeds of tomorrow (we do need apple and their beautiful computers!), but its 15times faster than cherryos and as well a lot, lot faster (1200-4900%) than the first release most of you might know. Speed surely depends on your systems-specs. Try using latest drivers (GL turned on) and SDL, as well as giving him 512MB (1GB-1.5GB makes it 30-50% faster, even if you use an XP-Swap) or more, shut down the startup-things, kill all the tasks and all crappy services (XP as well as the startup tasks in OSX). Even works (best option, with a screwed-down/service-task reduced XP system)
  3. If you want to try out MacOS on your PC in acceptable speed: not even think of the crappy CHerryOS, which was released last week. Try the fastest PPC-Emulator on x86 around : *PearPC!* - now in a new flavor. tasty till you drop out! The performance will blow you away! The latest build of the opensource 'PearPC', 0.4, includes a *very, blazingly fast* G4 Altivec-Support, and is the most stable build of this program ever. Mouse-Pointer is fluid, even the dock is not choppy anymore, install time is reduced, startup is faster than on some macs, network access is perfect. Even multitasking work
  4. If you want to try out MacOS on your PC in acceptable speed: not even think of the crappy CHerryOS, which was released last week. Try the fastest PPC-Emulator on x86 around : *PearPC!* - now in a new flavor. tasty till you drop out! The performance will blow you away! The latest build of the opensource 'PearPC', 0.4, includes a *very, blazingly fast* G4 Altivec-Support, and is the most stable build of this program ever. Mouse-Pointer is fluid, even the dock is not choppy anymore, install time is reduced, startup is faster than on some macs, network access is perfect. Even multitasking work
  5. Thank you! Fantastic! Really nice one! Bit choppy, but one of the best early alphas i have ever seen! Looks well rounded, even all the plans have their accessable places right now. Got nearly a heart-attack when i saw the 'genie-Effect' activator. Anything 'genietic' done yet ? *biting my fingernails out* This is going to be by far the most intelligent and innovative Dock since the early ObjectDock (with genie). Welcome to the next generation!
  6. The nice Clock application got a new release Get it at: http://www.tenzor.cz/clocx/
  7. Oh come on. If only one post - but this really a nice one - to a bunch of question is the answer - then i doubt to call this a 'community'. Maybe someone had already done something bit alike? Or is planning to do so? I don't think the questions or the ideas are unrealistic - just maybe a bit to early for what could happen if pearpc evolves the way it could.
  8. Thank you! Thats definetly what i meant... And it was/IS simply GREAT! So next thing to do ... is to make it better/include it in a dock or as standalone or put the old OD-Effect in a new OD/ or make a plug-in for Y'S/Aquadock Anybody?
  9. I just tested the new iex beta WOW. simply WOW question: isn't it possible to cut the 'zoom' routine out of the program and Produce a program, to a) produce other 'zoom' effects integrate it with XP's Windows Zoom in/out functionality c) integrate it as 'plug in' for Y's Dock or ObjectDock (or helping the programmer of 'Aqua Dock' to 'optimize' 'his' Dock with the effect) c.1) other effects c.2) integrate a new interface card with several effects like the few 'jumping' effects in ObjectDock HM - it *Will* be possible, just a matter of networking, i suppose....
  10. I just tested the new iex beta WOW. simply WOW question: isn't it possible to cut the 'zoom' routine out of the program and Produce a program, to a) produce other 'zoom' effects integrate it with XP's Windows Zoom in/out functionality c) integrate it as 'plug in' for Y's Dock or ObjectDock (or helping the programmer of 'Aqua Dock' to 'optimize' 'his' Dock with the effect) c.1) other effects c.2) integrate a new interface card with several effects like the few 'jumping' effects in ObjectDock HM - it *Will* be possible, just a matter of networking, i suppose....
  11. I Know the Stardock effect.... Thats why i asked the question (Doesn't anybody remember the effect that was *part* of the first (unofficial) *ObjektDock* release?
  12. Do you remember the very first version of objectdock (probably years ago). It had a 'genie effect' *implemented* in the prg. Anybody knows what happend to the routine? Or a contact to the programmer to reintegrate this early effect in some unofficial beta? Or has someone a stand-alone 'genie'-prog? i remember some early steps towards by someone this a year or so ago (C++ I think, and another visual basic[?!])
  13. Hi, i had a few ideas ago - thinking on the older idea of aquafied XPSP1 installer CD's popping up in the forums a few month ago. Idea ----- Isn't it possible to produce a CD (and distribute it as .iso to the community via net) which should do a few things 1) install a 'low-level' linux (32 or 64) System on an pc 2) checks automatically for all hardware and configures a bootable System 3) starts pear-pc with an auto-config on and for this system 4) and all the user will have to do is - besides telling what HD he wants to have - to insert a OS-X CD and wait for install 5) next ti
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