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Old July 10th, 2001
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Actually the scroll wheel doesn't blur things. I can very easily see how you would be confused. I mean the middle thing with the arrow pointing at it in the gif I attached.

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Old July 10th, 2001
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LimeWire 1.6 works fine now (in Windows 98) - it doesn't crash any more. Keep up the good work!

Only one thing: why isn't it possible to download an identical file from a different location at the same time?? When I'm downloading a file I'm not allowed to click on other files with the same name and/or size...
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Old July 10th, 2001
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Default why you can't download two copies at once

It's a by-product of the way resumes are implemented. If you download a file named X of size N, it's stored in the Incomplete folder as "T-N-X". If you later try to resume a file of the same size and name, LimeWire will be able to resume and append to that file by just checking that it exists on disk.

If you were to download two copies of file X at the same time, they would be interleaved on disk in T-N-X! In fact this used to happen in an ancient version of LimeWire. That's why LimeWire enforces that only one downloader has a copy of T-N-X at a time.

Now, it would be possible to allow you to resume a la LW1.5 while still downloading in parallel a la LW1.4. But that's a fair amount of work to implement, and it's not really clear that it's a needed feature. Besides, if we were to implement swarmed downloads in the future--no promises here, but it's certainly possible--that would render that code obsolete.

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Old July 10th, 2001
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Default OS/X notes

We just posted a slightly modified version of the OS/X installer in www.limewire.com/beta/ The only difference is that the background on the spinning lime image is transparent.

Here are the bugs people have reported on OS/X, and our diagnosis:

<ul>
<li>Configuration windows appears after every startup. We can't reproduce this. Is LW in a directory without write permissions? It needs to write limewire.props to record configuration settings. (Ideally we'd write this to the resource bundle, but we haven't firgured out how.)
<li>Crashes on first startup. We occasionally get this but don't know why. A problem with the JDK on OS/X perhaps?
<li>Graphics become scrambled. We can't repeat this.
<li>Couldn't uncompress .sit file when downloading. We can't repeat this. Try dragging the .sit file directly to stuffit.
</ul>

Thanks for the feedback, and please let us know of any more problems.

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Old July 10th, 2001
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Cool LimeWire 1.6 beta more reliable

Limewire 1.6 beta is much more reliable than 1.4. While running 1.4 it used to quit unexpectedly (with code 139), after several hours. Limewire 1.6 has not crashed once.

You have really made some improvements. Thanks for MacOSX install. It is great! I just dragged it into my old Limewire 1.4 folder and double-clicked it. The setup found the Shared folder. I did experience the errors you mentioned though not since yesterday. It is really cool to have a single file that is both the 'installer' and the application.
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Wink 1.6 beta suggestion

For the resizable columns, in some of the tabs, the cursor does not change to the resizing cursor but remains as an arrow. Resizing still works with the arror, but it would be nice to see the little <-|-> cursor, just to confirm that resizing is possible.
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Old July 10th, 2001
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Arrow Re: ScrollWheel

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Originally posted by gbildson
I don't think Java can handle the scroll wheel input. If I am wrong, I would love to see a source of information on that. Personally, I would like that feature myself. So, you are saying that the scroll wheel just blurs things.

Thanks
-greg
I'm pretty sure Java can do that. I use a text editor called Jext www.jext.org that's written in Java, and I'm fairly sure it had scroll wheel compatibility. It's open source, so you should be able to figure it out pretty quickly.

Other than that, keep up the great work. It's fun to see so much cool technology in one place. I'll send you bug reports, and maybe if I find some time, see what I can do to contribute.

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Well I don't know if this is of any help,
I had no problems running 1.5 in winME, maybe becouse I keep my system clean with adaware, and i am a Phex fan, so I had a java runtime enviroment installed. ( ? )
But I recently installed win2K as a 2nd os and I decided to install limewire1.6 in it but it appears to be more buggy than 1.5 .
The screen is flickering when a search is performed and the programme seems to respond more slow when it runs for over 1hr.
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Old July 10th, 2001
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I have downloaded 1.6 and been "playing" for several hours.I experianced only 2 minor problems to this point.First I had to download from the alternate site provided by cycloCide(thanks).Second,it reset windows as my default media player over realplayer.I just had to reintroduce realplayer to the program.Everything else seems to be running great and I appreciate and love the added ability to launch files while downloading.Keep up the great work guys!!!!
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Old July 10th, 2001
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Great!

Keep the 1.6 feedback coming.

-greg
 

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