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6.2 Build 61 (Jul 24, 2008)
* Improved compression on start menu animations
* Animated wait screens during Apply
* Enhanced layer support (accompanied by skin author support in SkinStudio 6.2)
* Bug Fixes
126.96.36.199 Beta (May 2, 2007)
188.8.131.52 2007 05 02
- New (DVD): AnyDVD ripper rewritten from scratch. It is no
longer based on FixVTS code but on the powerful copy engine of
CloneDVD2, licensed from Elaborate Bytes AG. If you want more
control (stream selection, main movie only selection, ...) we
recommend elby CloneDVD2 available at http://www.slysoft.com
- New (DVD): AnyDVD ripper can now handle heavily protected discs
- New (DVD): AnyDVD ripper output is now fully compatible with
DVD Shrink and Nero Recode
- New (DVD): Protection removal of AnyDVD core is more compatible
with DVD Shrink and Nero Recode. Some heavily protected discs
like "Perfume" (R2, German) can now directly opened with Shrink
without prior ripping to harddisk.
- New (DVD): Added support for new copy protections to the option to
remove "Protection based on unreadable Sectors"
- New (Blu-ray): Improved detection / removal of region code
Multi region (e.g. Region A+C) discs are now handled correctly
in "automatic" region removal mode
- Change: Workaround for registration problem on Windows Vista
- Change: Removed AnyDVD ripper shortcut
- Fix: Title 10 of "Perfume", R2, German was damaged
- Some minor fixes and improvements
- Updated languages
1.0 Build 28343 (Jul 13, 2006)
The MAZZTer, read it again. its a general license agreement and the expiration part is specifically for evaluation software which this isnt. You will pay for support from them if you want it however and they rather you eventually go to infrastructure later but otherwise it says nothing about the program eventually timing out now that its out of beta.
4.2.29 Final (Dec 17, 2003)
The idea is this is good if your in a situation where you cant slipstream like you work on or have quite a few standing machines that you cannot get online, or cannot have getting windows updates all at the same time. Its good when it comes to that.
3.20 Release Candidate 1 (Oct 5, 2003)
Orlando, thats not what the feature your talking about is for. its for you to be able to manually go in and type out a url for it to open. For the record as well Zoomplayer will ignore urls in files by default as well.
3.20 Release Candidate 1 (Jun 5, 2008 - 2:12 PM)
Both Verizon (in the US) and Alltel are CDMA.
3.20 Release Candidate 1 (Aug 28, 2007 - 7:49 PM)
Just a small nitpick. Creative is from Singapore, not Korea.
3.20 Release Candidate 1 (Aug 15, 2007 - 3:21 PM)
Its the same as before, with the exception of the ability to take microSD cards and its a little bit smaller
3.20 Release Candidate 1 (Jul 10, 2007 - 11:38 AM)
I think this is an issue of people not knowing how AT&T charges your first bill. If you want details look here. http://howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=440556
From the post...
What I hate #1: Partial Service from date of activation to cycle close date.
The first day you are able to make/receive calls on your phone until that "cycle close date" will most likely not be a full cycle. You will usually have some amount less than 15 days before you start your full month. In this "partial month" you are only charged a "percentage" of your monthly service, you are also given that same "percentage" of your monthly minutes. So lets say your on a plan for $60/month with 1000 minutes. If you have exactly 15 days (IE: activated on the 4th with a cycle close date of the 19th) then you will be charged $30 (monthly cost of plan divided by 30 day billing cycle, times the days you are on it) and given 500 minutes (minutes in a billing cycle divided by 30 days in a month times the number of days you are on it). So from the time you walk out of the store until your first new cycle you are on a "prorated" amount of minutes.
If you exceed this "prorated" amount of minutes, you will be charged the overage rate, but if you stay below that overage rate, Cingulars rollover minutes will not go into effect until the first full 30 day billing cycle.
So the customer who goes over loses.
The customer who goes under loses.
How to protect yourself: When you first sign up, ask if you can have your close day be as soon as possible (preferably before the end of your buyers remourse period). If they are not able to change it, ask what day your billing cycle will stop at, and just keep in mind what I said about the prorated minutes so you don't go over.
Hopefully the billing system will be updated so that whatever prorated minutes you don't use will roll over. -or- You are given the full month of minutes but only charged the prorated amount for date of activation until first close day.
What I hate #2: First Bill
Remeber me going on about how you would get charged a month of service on the first day of a new cycle? And that you get charged a partial month from date of activation until cycle close date? That, and the activation fee, all show up on the first bill. So your first bill is higher than what you would be charged for a normal 30 day billing cycle.
How to protect yourself: Call up after you have activated and ask what you will be charged with activation fee and partial monthly charge, they can give you a close estimate + sales tax, but it won't include the "fees" like Federal Universal Service and 911 charges, and you can make a payment over the phone or over the website for that amount, and have the first statement that is mailed to you look approximately like it would every month. You will sometimes receive this within your 15 days to give you a better idea of what your monthly bill will look like.
3.20 Release Candidate 1 (May 10, 2007 - 11:27 AM)
Internal transfers. Its necessary if you have HD content on a fileserver on your own network. You need at lest 20mbps bandwidth to do that and on G you dont get that unless you are within 15 feet of the router. N takes care of that.