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Z-Write 1.2.1: non-linear WP updated

04/09, 11:55pm

Z-Write 1.2.1: non-linear WP updated

Stone Table Software has released Z-Write 1.2.1, an update to its "non-linear" word processor for creative writers that fixes a startup issue under OS 9.1 as well as problems with HTML Export, File Import, and creation dates. [Update--376KB, Full-1.7MB]

AP Scanner 1.0 lists AirPort access points

04/09, 11:50pm

AP Scanner 1.0 lists AirPort access points

Type XI's $5 charityware AP Scanner 1.0 allows AirPort 1.3 users to graphically view all wireless access points within range, listing each access point's channel and graphically displaying potential channel interference.

AutoCat 2.92 fixes OS X bug; OS X beta posted

04/09, 11:50pm

AutoCat 2.92 fixes OS X bug; OS X beta posted

Kebawe's AutoCat 2.92 is a $15 shareware drag & drop application that can catalogall your removable and remote volumes by using aliases. Version 2.9.2 for classic Mac OS correctly catalogs Mac OS X packages and fixes other minor bugs. Version 3.0b4 runs on Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 with CarbonLib. [Classic v2.92--468KB, Carbon v3.0b4--347KB]

Qualcomm posts Eudora 5.1fc2

04/09, 11:45pm

Qualcomm posts Eudora 5.1fc2

Qualcomm has posted another release candidate of Eudora 5.1fc2, which fixes a few bugs in the trimode email client.

Echo Fire 2.0: AE, Photoshop companion app

04/09, 7:25pm

Echo Fire 2.0: AE, Photoshop companion app

Synthetic Aperture Tuesday will introduce Echo Fire 2.0, a major upgrade to its DV previewing and productivity software for Adobe After Effects and Photoshop that includes realtime video previews with audio playback, routing of DV-compressed video to the FireWire port for supported applications, new scaling and display options, and a new codec for great compatibility with other hardware systems.

VideoScript 2.1a: beta of DV processing app

04/09, 7:25pm

VideoScript 2.1a: beta of DV processing app

VideoScript 2.1a, a new beta version of the tool for cross-platform digital video processing, now offers "vastly" improved video capture quality, and "entirely" new image and frame code. A Lite version is available for free, while a Pro version is available for $400.

Tropico close to gold

04/09, 5:40pm

Tropico close to gold

GoneGold.com reports that PopTop Software's upcoming building-oriented strategy/simulation, Tropico, is close to being declared golden master. The PC version is expected to be released later this month, while the Mac version will be optimized and fine-tuned for another month and released in May.

Weekly Halo update

04/09, 5:35pm

Weekly Halo update

Late last week, Bungie Community Guy Matt Soell released his weekly update on the company's upcoming first-person shooter for the XBox, Mac and PC, Halo. The update covered a number of areas of development including progress on the multiplayer design and interface, work on a human escape pod and Chris Butcher's continued work on the game's artifical intelligence (AI). "The Mighty Chris Butcher has taught the AI about short bursts, long bursts, wide sprays and tight streams of weapon fire, and when each is appropriate."

Diablo II: LoD quests, Golem bug

04/09, 5:30pm

Diablo II: LoD quests, Golem bug

PlanetDiablo reveals what it knows thus far about the quests which will be added in Diablo II: Lord of Destruction, the upcoming expansion set to the action/role-playing game Diablo II. Meanwhile, DiabloII.Net has documented an amusing bug in Diablo II that allows Necromancers to summon more than one golem at a time with the assistance of another player online (although the site does not describe how the trick is done).

DR: Red Faction Media

04/09, 5:20pm

DR: Red Faction Media

Daily Radar, in its attempt to prove to naysayers that "this game rocks," has released 8 new MPEG movies and 27 new screenshots from the Playstation 2 version of Red Faction, Volition's upcoming first-person shooter which will also be released for the Mac and PC.

World War II Online update

04/09, 5:15pm

World War II Online update

Cornered Rat Software's Michael "Gryf" Weber has provided a "State of the Beta" with the latest information on the development of massively multiplayer online war combat game, World War II Online. "We now have grass general ground clutter in there that provides concealment for the troopers. It is incredible how easy it is to lose a trooper in the grass now."

MGON: Spector Interview

04/09, 5:10pm

MGON: Spector Interview

MGON has published an interview with Ion Storm's Warren Spector, acclaimed producer on Deus Ex and many other game projects. The interview talks with Spector about gaming in general, why he plays and creates videogames and whether he considers himself an artist or not. "If thinking of oneself as an artist makes it harder to think about game design," said Spector, "if it stops us from getting beyond meaningless words like 'fun' and 'interactive' that seem to dominate discussions of games and gaming, count me out!"

Deus Ex Map Pack 3 Released

04/09, 5:05pm

Deus Ex Map Pack 3 Released

Mac Deus Ex has released its Deus Ex Map Pack 3, offering 8 new maps for the multiplayer version of Deus Ex. Among the new maps are three featuring "The Matrix"-style physics that allow players to jump very high and far in slow motion.

SMS Plus 0.94: Sega emulator runs on OS X

04/09, 5:00pm

SMS Plus 0.94: Sega emulator runs on OS X

SMS Plus 0.94, a Sega Master System/Game Gear emulator for Macintosh, is now Carbonized for Mac OS X and adds a comprehensive Cheat Database along with a Cheat Finder to add manually add notes, more options for different video blitters, and configurable keyboard shortcuts.

ButtonMaker 2.4pre has new masking effects

04/09, 4:50pm

ButtonMaker 2.4pre has new masking effects

Micah Lanier has posted a preview of ButtonMaker 2.4pre, which "shows off" the new masking effects in his application for designing interface elements (primarily buttons) for websites and other projects. The final version of ButtonMaker 2.4 will include more button designs, bug fixes, and improvements to the plug-in architecture to provide better migration to Mac OS X.

NotifyMail 4.01 works w/Entourage, OS X savvy

04/09, 4:35pm

NotifyMail 4.01 works w/Entourage, OS X savvy

Scott Gruby, the original author of NotifyMail, today announced that he has acquired all the rights to his application and has released an update to his instant email notification system that works in conjunction with a user's mail server for instant notification. NotifyMail 4.01, which adds support for Microsoft Entourage, also works under OS X.

Review: Unreal Tournament GOTY Edition

04/09, 4:05pm

Review: Unreal Tournament GOTY Edition

We have published a review of Unreal Tournament: Game of the Year Edition, the phenomenally successful first-person shooter that has been re-released with the addition of several mods and map packs.

Job Manager 3.01 integrates w/accounting pkgs

04/09, 4:05pm

Job Manager 3.01 integrates w/accounting pkgs

MetaCommunications announced that electronic job tracking, costing, and billing software, Job Manager 3.01, will include integration with Intuit's Quickbooks and MYOB's Accounting Plus accounting software systems with support for other packages by the second quarter of 2001. [site not updated] It also recently posted Package 83.1 of its Virtual Ticket 3.0 and Job Manager 3.0 software as well as other software packages.

Seattle Times reviews OS X

04/09, 3:00pm

Seattle Times reviews OS X

The Seattle Times has posted a review of Mac OS X. "Although I've spent many hours reveling in OS X, it's not my primary operating system yet. I use a number of standard extensions and software packages that require a deeper system connection than Classic provides"

Motorola introduces new 0.13 micron process

04/09, 2:55pm

Motorola introduces new 0.13 micron process

Motorola today introduced a new 0.13 micron HiP7 fabrication process, featuring copper interconnects, SOI capabilities and "low-k dielectrics, for a significant performance increase compared to ordinary CMOS," according to reader Graham Fair.

SMS Plus 0.94: Sega emulator runs on OS X

04/09, 2:55pm

SMS Plus 0.94: Sega emulator runs on OS X

SMS Plus 0.94, a Sega Master System/Game Gear emulator for Macintosh, is now Carbonized for Mac OS X and adds a comprehensive Cheat Database along with a Cheat Finder to add manually add notes, more options for different video blitters, and configurable keyboard shortcuts.

VSamp 3.1.4 resolves bugs

04/09, 2:45pm

VSamp 3.1.4 resolves bugs

VSamp 3.1.4 is a minor update to the $39 shareware sample playback application. The software includes a VST plugin for playing VSamp instruments and banks from within Cubase.

VNCDimension 0.7.6: controlling remote Macs

04/09, 2:20pm

VNCDimension 0.7.6: controlling remote Macs

The freeware Cocoa application, VNCDimension 0.7.6, now compatible with the release version of OS X, can be used to remote control another computer or a local X11 server over the Virtual Network Computing (VNC) protocol. It supports multiple simultaneous VNC sessions and the saving of session preferences. (Save download link to disk.)

PowerLogix resolves bug with Cache Profiler

04/09, 1:50pm

PowerLogix resolves bug with Cache Profiler

PowerLogix' G3/G4 Cache Profiler 1.4b2 fixes a problem that would crash Classic under Mac OS X. The software allows users to control the speed of their processor's backside cache.

Architosh: core technologies, OS X reports

04/09, 1:46pm

Architosh: core technologies, OS X reports

Architosh continues its OS X looks with an overview of the core technologies Quartz and Printing and a second report on Making OS X Look Serious.

DirectCD for OS X coming; update not expected

04/09, 1:39pm

DirectCD for OS X coming; update not expected

Although it is trying to resolve issues with the current version, Roxio does not anticipate another release of its DirectCD authoring software, but says that Roxio is working on an OS X-compatible version.

Adaptec ships USB 2.0 card

04/09, 1:15pm

Adaptec ships USB 2.0 card

Adaptec today began shipping the USB2connect, its $80, 2-port USB 2.0 PCI card for Macs and PCs.

The Tilery fixes Mac OS 8.1 bug

04/09, 1:15pm

The Tilery fixes Mac OS 8.1 bug

The Tilery 4.2.1 is a maintenence update to the desktop launcher utility, resolving an outstanding bug with Mac OS 8.1 and earlier.

Roundup: Otto Matic update

04/09, 1:00pm

Roundup: Otto Matic update

Last Friday, Pangea Software's Brian Greenstone gave MacNN an update on the development of Otto Matic, the company's upcoming 3D action/adventure game for the Mac; GraphSim announced progress on both the Baldur's Gate Multiplayer Patch and 3D role-playing game Summoner; Presto Studios is reportedly close to declaring Myst III: Exile as golden master and sending it off for duplication; and Gathering of Developers' lineup for next month's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) will include Myth III: The Wolf Age, 4x4 EVO 2, and possibly Mac versions of both Tropico and Fly! II.

Apple\'s installer bugs cause problems

04/09, 12:40pm

Apple\'s installer bugs cause problems

Following a note earlier today about Apple's installer bug(s), Scott Anguish has written a summary of the current status of Apple's installer, which has two different types of problems: "interaction with existing files and directories and file permissions and ownership."

MacSQL Monitor 2.0 due in May; testers wanted

04/09, 12:35pm

MacSQL Monitor 2.0 due in May; testers wanted

Runtime Labs is soliciting beta testers for version 2.0 of MacSQL Monitor, slated for release in the first week of May. The $40 shareware allows users to interact with MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, JDBC, and ODBC databases and view database schema, issue queries, and import/export data from SQL databases. Version 2.0 will allow spreadsheet like viewing/editing of remote data, support for additional databases (Microsoft SQL Server, FrontBase, and OpenBase), and automatic generation of PHP, Perl, or JSP pages/scripts to handle simple web-database interaction.

Unlined Charcoal X 1.1.2 replaces Aqua

04/09, 12:30pm

Unlined Charcoal X 1.1.2 replaces Aqua

Unlined Charcoal X 1.1.2 is the latest release of the package that will attempt to replace the Aqua interface in OS X with a more Platinum-type look. Version 1.1.2 removes the lines in the Login screens and lines on the installer screen.

Using the Classic Finder in OS X

04/09, 12:25pm

Using the Classic Finder in OS X

Kamal Mubarak sent us a note about launching the Classic Finder in OS X: "Got tired of the way that the new Finder messes up the positions of all my windows and the way it re-sorts the items in each folder."

QPict Media Organizer 5 enters beta 2

04/09, 11:45am

QPict Media Organizer 5 enters beta 2

QPict Media Organizer 5.0b2 is the latest public beta of the multimedia browser/viewer for Mac OS and Mac OS X that allows users to view and organize files in a multitude of formats.

FileMaker date and time plug-in updated

04/09, 11:45am

FileMaker date and time plug-in updated

Waves In Motion has released oAzium Date & Time 3.0, a $50 FileMaker Pro plug-in that makes it easy to store and index dates from within databases. The new version features support for native FileMaker date and time formats, customizable overflow messages, and a benchmarking application to help users determine how fast FileMaker Pro can run specific operations on different computers.

Entourage/Newton sync\'ing software updated

04/09, 11:45am

Entourage/Newton sync\'ing software updated

DelCann Software has posted Newtourage 03.b4, an application for synchronizing Microsoft's Entourage with a Newton Message Pad. The new version resolves all known bugs and "adds a series of safeguards when storing contact information across multiple stores."

29 Rune: Halls of Valhalla characters

04/09, 11:40am

29 Rune: Halls of Valhalla characters

Human Head Studios has posted images of 29 characters included in its upcoming Rune expansion pack, Rune: Halls of Valhalla. The pack can also be purchased separately for those who only want to play online.

Console: XBox price point hint

04/09, 11:30am

Console: XBox price point hint

Morning console news: Microsoft's Senior Vice President of its games division, Robbie Bach, has hinted at the XBox's expected price point upon launch, although the company maintains that the prices mentioned are merely ceilings that it hopes to maintain and the official price of the North American XBox will be announced at next month's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles; Electronic Arts is taking a "wait and see" approach on its upcoming WCW wrestling games, pending the resolution of a buyout of the wrestling organization by its primary and dominant competitor, the WWF; Sony has announced that it will begin selling a new version of its Playstation 2 in Japan next week that will allow users to plug in a broadband-ready hard disk drive unit (North American and European Playstation 2 consoles already include the expansion bay); and executives in the interactive entertainment industry believe that the Sony Playstation 2 will take the top spot in video game consoles while Nintendo's GameCube and Microsoft's XBox will take second and third, respectively, according to DFC Intelligence's interview series, "The State of the Game Market 2001".

PowerFile introduces $900 CD/DVD jukebox

04/09, 10:30am

PowerFile introduces $900 CD/DVD jukebox

PowerFile today launched the PowerFile Solo, a $900 single-drive 200-disc DVD/CD jukebox. The FireWire device is compatible with both Macs and PCs.

Adobe ships Acrobat 5, AfterEffects 5

04/09, 10:00am

Adobe ships Acrobat 5, AfterEffects 5

Adobe today announced that it has begun shipping both Acrobat 5.0 and AfterEffects 5.0. Acrobat 5 sells for $250 ($100 upgrade) while AfterEffects 5 carries a $650 price tag ($200 upgrade). The company also introduced the Adobe Streaming Media Collection (Premiere 6, After Effects 5, LiveMotion, and GoLive 5 for $1000) and the Adobe Digital Video Collection (Premiere 6, After Effects 5, Photoshop 6, and Illustrator 9 for $1200).

Extensis adds FTP support to Preflight

04/09, 9:45am

Extensis adds FTP support to Preflight

Extensis has announced that it has added FTP support to Preflight Online. The new functionality allows subscribers to preflight, collect, and compress all the files needed for a print job, and then send them directly to their printer's FTP server, service bureau, or publisher using a Web browser.

MenuStrip 1.5 adds functionality to OS X

04/09, 9:45am

MenuStrip 1.5 adds functionality to OS X

MenuStrip 1.5 is a new version of the $12 shareware utility for Mac OS X that allows quick access to frequently used settings, such as the computer volume, monitor resolution, and color depth, right from the OS X menu bar.

Fuji shipping FinePix 2300, 6800 cameras

04/09, 9:15am

Fuji shipping FinePix 2300, 6800 cameras

Fuji today announced that it has begun shipping its new FinePix 2300 and FinePix 6800 digital cameras. The FinePix 2300, for $280, is a compact 2.1 megapixel camera that features a 2.5x digital zoom . The FinePix 6800, meanwhile, sells for $900 and features a 3.3 megapixel CCD with the capability to create 6 megapixel images, as well as a 3x optical zoom and 4.4x digital zoom (13.2x total zoom), and the ability to capture 320x240 motion JPEG movies.

LaCie ships 75GB FireWire drive

04/09, 9:00am

LaCie ships 75GB FireWire drive

LaCie has introduced a 7200 RPM, 75GB version of its full-height FireWire hard drive. The drive sells for $580.

Canon ships new consumer printer

04/09, 9:00am

Canon ships new consumer printer

Canon has begun shipping the S600, a $200 USB color inkjet printer that can print at resolutions up to 2400x1200 dpi with speeds up to 15 ppm for black text or 90 seconds for an 8x10-inch color photo. The printer ships with ImageBrowser and PhotoStitch software.

Apple shareholder meeting set for April 19

04/09, 8:45am

Apple shareholder meeting set for April 19

Apple's shareholders meeting is set for April 19. Among the items on the agenda is the election of Apple's board of directors and an amendment to increase the 1998 Executive Officer Stock Plan by 5 million shares.

SecuretIt 1.05: locks down OS X security hole

04/09, 3:44am

SecuretIt 1.05: locks down OS X security hole

SecureIt 1.05 is a perl script that "locks down the security hole in OS X and Darwin when booting in to singleuser mode." A FAQ has more details.

Pepper 3.6.2 has OS X bug fixes, workarounds

04/09, 3:30am

Pepper 3.6.2 has OS X bug fixes, workarounds

The $45 text editor, Pepper 3.6.2, adds scrollwheel support on MacOS X and contains a couple of fixes and workarounds for Mac OS X.

Making the dock more responsive, useful

04/09, 2:40am

Making the dock more responsive, useful

Dave Yost has posted some thoughts on "how to make Mac OS X Dock feel a lot more responsive and be more useful than it is in 1.0."

New memory promotion at Apple Store

04/09, 2:35am

New memory promotion at Apple Store

Apple is offering a 50% savings on its additional RAM for purchases from Apple Store in its latest "It pays to get more memory" promotion that runs from April 6, 2001 until May 31, 2001. Yesterday we noted Apple's new "Mobile Newsroom Solution Bundle" promotion.

2001 iMacs reviewed by LA Times

04/09, 2:35am

2001 iMacs reviewed by LA Times

Jim Heid of The LA Times reviews the latest round of 2001 iMacs, writing: "Apple's iMac is the Volkswagen Beetle of personal computers, an affordable Volkscomputer whose cuddly, round-cornered design has turned it into an icon. And like the venerable VW, the iMac has staying power."

SSH Package for OS X posted

04/09, 2:35am

SSH Package for OS X posted

Lehrstuhl Brügge has posted SSH Package for Mac OS X 10.0, which is based on OpenSSH 2.5.2, a free version of the SSH protocol suite of network connectivity tools and supports SSH protocol versions 1.3, 1.5, and 2.0. It includes the SSH program (replacing rlogin and telnet), scp (rcp) and sftp (ftp) as well as the server applications and the other basic utilities.

OS X: SSH package, SETI@Home client, iTools 6

04/09, 2:30am

OS X: SSH package, SETI@Home client, iTools 6

osx.macnn.com covers a new SSH package for OSX, an optimization command to improve performance, a new SETI@Home client, Tenon's iTools 6.0, comments on the OS X dock, Mac OS X Server seeding to developers and other notes.

ColorThink 2.0: color management tool for OSX

04/09, 2:20am

ColorThink 2.0: color management tool for OSX

At Seybold Seminars, CHROMiX today announced ColorThink 2.0, an upgrade to its color management toolset that features new graphing and ICC profile management capabilities as well as Mac OS X compatibility.

Revenues estimates lowered for AAPL

04/09, 1:50am

Revenues estimates lowered for AAPL

Apple's stock continues to hover around $20 per share, pending the fiscal results for Q2 due later this month. Meanwhile, investment analysis firm Wit SoundView says it is doubtful that Apple will achieve its goal of a "small profit," and has lowered its revenue estimates for the rest of the year.

Soul Savers 1.0: shareware screensaver

04/09, 1:50am

Soul Savers 1.0: shareware screensaver

The $20 shareware Soul Savers 1.0 launches screen savers and schedules launches at user defined times

Optimizing OS X from command-line

04/09, 1:41am

Optimizing OS X from command-line

Readers report that running the command line "sudo update_prebinding -root /" in the Terminal.app utility under Mac OS X significantly enhances performance. Apparently, this same process occurs when users install the "Developer Tools" included with OS X, and deals with the manner in which applications access information on the disk. (The command reports numerous errors if the Developer Tools are not installed; this may not improve performance after the installation of the unofficial 4L7 or 4L5 updates, which are rumored to have similar optimization routines.)

Total Training has new video on Photoshop 6

04/09, 1:40am

Total Training has new video on Photoshop 6

Total Training has unveiled a new video compilation entitled "Creating Web Graphics with Adobe Photoshop 6." The series focuses on problems that graphic designers have when putting images on the Internet. The video training kit bundles an accompanying CD-ROM contains all the graphic files used by the instructor in each lesson.

AutoShare 4.2.2: freeware EIMS listserv

04/09, 1:35am

AutoShare 4.2.2: freeware EIMS listserv

Mikael Hansen has posted a maintenance update to AutoShare 4.2.2, a freeware EIMS companion application, includes ability to automatically reply to mail, and to provide vacation notification and allows you configure and install a Listserv with support for multiple lists.

Hotline creator denied IP rights by Court

04/09, 1:35am

Hotline creator denied IP rights by Court

Adam Hinkley, creator of the popular "Hotline" file-exchange system, has chosen not to appeal an Australian court decision that denies him rights to intellectual property, including the Hotline Connect software and "AppWarrior" libraries.

Xtools 1.0 installer bug reported by reader

04/09, 1:20am

Xtools 1.0 installer bug reported by reader

Andrew Martin writes about a bug in the "final" version Tenon's recently released Xtools 1.0, an Aqua X Window Server for OS X:

"For many users, their installer deletes much of the hard drive (including many of the BSD directories and the all important /Applications directory). They blame the Apple installer for the problem, which may or may not be the case. Nonetheless, they are refusing to post a warning on their website. I think the Macintosh community should know that this installer (not in its "final" version) has caused many users to lose their entire systems."

iTools 6.0: Internet tools for OS X

04/09, 1:20am

iTools 6.0: Internet tools for OS X

Tenon's has releaesd a final version of iTools 6.0, its family of tools essential for commercial content delivery and eCommerce, including browser-based configuration/management of Apache Webserver as well as a WEBmail, a fully featured DNS server, multihoming FTP server, SSL 3.0 support, an HTML caching engine with proxy support, access controls for users/groups, and administration of local sendmail service.

Alarm Clock Pro 3.05 fixes system crash

04/09, 1:15am

Alarm Clock Pro 3.05 fixes system crash

Josh Hague writes that Koingo Software's Alarm Clock Pro 3.0.5 has been updated to address a crash "in the last version that would happen to everyone who tried to play a beep as an alarm.

SETI@home Client v3.03 for OS X

04/09, 1:05am

SETI@home Client v3.03 for OS X

A new SETI@home Client v3.03 for OS X was made available late last week. The package requires a restart and includes a command-line utilty for removing SETI@Home components, if required. (Readers are encouraged to join Team MacNN.)

APS selling FireWire/USB Combo CD-RW

04/09, 1:00am

APS selling FireWire/USB Combo CD-RW

Following-up on a note last week about an upcoming LaCie CD-RW, Nathan Finch writes that APS Tech is already selling a similar FireWire/USB combo CD-RW for $330. The APS CD-RW 16x10x40 FireWire Plus Pro2 ships with FireWire Cable, USB Cable, and Toast OEM 4.12.

Tech: Dell pink slips, MS investigation

04/09, 12:20am

Tech: Dell pink slips, MS investigation

Early morning tech news: Dell has announced that it is handing out more than 300 pink slips and dismissing temp workers half-way through unfinished projects. The European Commission is investigating claims that Microsoft uses marketing practices that "discriminate against rivals."

Roundup: firmware recovery, Dell on Apple...

04/09, 12:05am

Roundup: firmware recovery, Dell on Apple...

Over the weekend we noted DIMMCheck and DIMM First Aid utilities, which help identify RAM modules that will be affected by Apple's firmware updates and allow users to regain unrecognized RAM after applying the update. Other updates included Michael Dell's comments on the Apple's future and reduced GeForce 3 pricing at the Apple Store. Updates include Apple's Macintosh Manager 1.4.1, Search & Rescue 3.0 data recovery utility, VPC Helper 3.0, Eudora 5.1fc1, mimio 1.5 software, and PowerLogix's Prolifer X ulility (noted on osx.macnn.com).

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