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4-22-2009 @ 11:10AM
In the aftermath of the WowMatrix block, I installed the Curse Client on my Macbook Pro to test it for deployment to the other Macs for which I'm responsible. I wrote up my findings to post on a Curse-provided blog, as well as to the Blizz forums. The findings can be found here: http://www.curse.com/blogs/maccormaic/archive/2009/04/15/a-rush-test-curse-client-for-mac.aspx
4-22-2009 @ 11:31AM
Nice review. I'll give this tool a pass for now. Maybe when they add 10.4 support and fix the UI issues I might give it a try. I miss you WoWMatrix...even if you were a bandwidth thief.
4-22-2009 @ 12:24PM
Nice review.I deleted this ASAP though, because eventually you will have to pay for it. I usually only upgrade add ons post patch anyway, why should I waste my money in something that I spend 30 mins doing once every 4 months? Seems pointless.
4-22-2009 @ 12:46PM
SCATHING review! I'm willing to cut the developer some slack - all he did was port an existing, popular and full featured program. From what I can see in the review (I don't currently have an OS X install to test it) a large portion of your complaints exist in the PC version.It's pretty clear that this wasn't written from the "Mac mindset" you see in a lot of cocoa apps, but it's not a bad effort.
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