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Old 4th December 2008, 09:05 PM   #1
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Default New version of FuzzMeasure

For those of you making measurements on a mac, there's a new version of fuzzmeasure:

http://www.supermegaultragroovy.com/...s/FuzzMeasure/
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Chris just keeps making this better.

I'm stuck at V1 (for T/s) & V2 as i'm not bothering with Leopard until i can afford a new Intel mac... i'd really like a MacBook pro -- i already have the 24" 2nd monitor.

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I'm still on a g4 ibook. I'd like a macbook pro too but for 2000 dollars I don't see enough new things I'd be able to do that this old box can't. Actually there's nothing new I'd be able to do, just do the same things quicker. Would be nice if there was something totally new like a blueray drive, quite common on pc laptops now but Steve Jobs has complained about doing all the licensing with the movie studios. Actually this ibook doesn't have optical audio in/out but I have a firewire box that does all my audio, that would be important to me otherwise.
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Quote:
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I'm still on a g4 ibook.
My iBook G4 died (to be replaced by a $200 iBook G3)... Main machine is a teetering on ancient Dual 867 G4.

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