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Member since September 15, 2005

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    Cam James

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  1. Review - Ubuntu

    15.04 Alpha 2 (Jan 22, 2015)

    Love the distro, HATE the DE. Glad that Gnome finally is looking good and since it has extensions its a very linux like DE, unlike UNITY which locks you into everything and allows No customization whatsoever.

    Check out this one simple extension on Gnome that allows the dock to be moved;

    https://extensions.gnome...tension/815/simple-dock/

    See Canonical, was that so hard? You are losing massive numbers of users due to your insane desktop policies.

  2. Review - Mozilla Firefox for Windows

    35.0 (Jan 13, 2015)

    Keeps getting worse and worse with each release, people are barely paying attention to this project anymore. I wish they would focus on performance instead of trying to make it look like chrome, and adding all these pointless social media features that people can get with addons. The browser is getting slower and more bloated all the time, security issues are now obtrusive instead of transparent to the user, and simple things like typing in a chat box on sites like facebook and youtube stall the browser so bad that it almost has to be killed and restarted. Everything about the browser is headed in the wrong direction now, so sad.

  3. Review - hMailServer

    5.5.1 Build 2107 Beta (Oct 9, 2014)

    My point poundsmack is that they suck you in with, "ITS FREE' and then they get bought by a new parent company and new suddenly version 7 come out and its not free anymore, its 99 bucks per user. So I will not invest time and effort to migrate me entire list of user and all the spam filters to any system that not complete open source so that I know it'll never go payware.

    Incidentally this product looks like it has gone open source now so I will change my vote.

  4. Review - Mozilla Firefox (Beta)

    33.0 Beta 7 (Sep 25, 2014)

    Starting to think all browsers have a competition going on to see which one can suck the most. FF is the least bad option from a crop of browsers that are all pretty much crap.

  5. Review - Drupal

    8.00 Alpha 15 (Sep 24, 2014)

    does this CMS have any advantages over wordpress?

  6. Comment - Identify edited images with JPEGSnoop

    8.00 Alpha 15 (Feb 4, 2011 - 2:28 PM)

    How, so you could tell which ones had their boobs altered in post?

  7. Comment - Latest Winamp adds access to CBS Radio stations

    8.00 Alpha 15 (Jul 18, 2008 - 10:37 AM)

    Funny, when you install AIMP, you have the option to install various languages, including English.

    I did not switch on to AIMP until the 2.5 betas started apparing, then I installed it with the Winamp skin, and quite frankly it looks identical to Winamp 5 but still sounds 10 times better and has more features. Give it another look, its here on fileforum.

  8. Comment - Latest Winamp adds access to CBS Radio stations

    8.00 Alpha 15 (Jul 17, 2008 - 3:45 PM)

    Switched to AIMP a year ago, from winamp, about 10 trillion times better. Winamp is dead, sorry to say.

  9. Comment - Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.4.8

    8.00 Alpha 15 (Oct 2, 2006 - 10:59 AM)

    No, they have bought a lot of companies who actually do make software good, but like all the other software companies they have bought over the years, this latest batch will be ignored by MS and their user base will all leave and go to Open Source apps instead.

    MS is the greatest supporter for Open Source I have ever seen! By cutting support for all the products they buy and try to integrate, they leave people with no choice but to use open source!

    God I love MS, they is sooo smrt.

  10. Comment - Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.4.8

    8.00 Alpha 15 (Oct 2, 2006 - 10:55 AM)

    Ubuntu is gonna kick both your OS's butts, so chew on that for a while. Oh, and its free unlike yours, and it always will be.

    Its gonna be a different PC world in a year or so, Ubuntu + crossover = happinness.