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10-08-2011 @ 6:26PM
Just as a note. If you're running on a mac with Chrome (which I was) expect this thing to melt your computer's brain. It forces you to use ALL of your processing capacity for some reason, and my box temp went from its rest state of about 105 degrees up to, I kid you not, almost 190 degrees with Rawr running in my browser.I am inclined to glare accusingly at MicroSlop for this... but who knows. All I know is, it's clunky, at least to use it through the browser.
10-08-2011 @ 6:59PM
Yeah, that's you, not Mac or Chrome.I run it through Chrome on a Macbook Pro and it uses no more processing power than any other somewhat intensive routine.
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