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Has anyone tried it yet?

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having it now on my pentiumD system and works as expected... i am still new to it though....

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But i said required 10.4.8. Anyone installed it on 10.4.7??

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That version can run on any version, it doesn't require 10.4.8

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i'm running it on a hackintosh with 10.4.7, no problems at all.

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I can confirm this... Running it with my 10.4.7 system! :)

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It doesn't run on my 10.4.5 system. It bounces one time in the dock and then it quits. Maybe my system is a little to "old". But everything else is running fine, so I didn't feel like upgrading...

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you can do this on your own without getting if off torrents. just right click on the aperture icon > show package contents > contents > Info.plist > change "AELMinimumOSVersion" to your version and "AELMinimumRAMSize" to 0 if you don't have 1gb.

urig-herb, it might not be running on your system because the guy that modified those files may not have set the value for "AELMinimumOSVersion" low enough. try changing it to 10.4.5 and it should work.

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This cracked version may require an update - a piece the cracker forgot to include with the main file. Go to Demonoid and search for "framework" - between the results you'll find one related to Aperture. it is less than 100 kbytes :compress:
This piece is FOR SURE required for 10.4.6 and below. I don't guarantee it'll make Aperture run on such systems, but it is worth a try :blink:

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This cracked version may require an update - a piece the cracker forgot to include with the main file. Go to Demonoid and search for "framework" - between the results you'll find one related to Aperture. it is less than 100 kbytes :)
This piece is FOR SURE required for 10.4.6 and below. I don't guarantee it'll make Aperture run on such systems, but it is worth a try :)

Thanks! Now it works, nice! :)

Edit: I can't import anything in the library, aperture hangs :(

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Here is my own two cents. I recently reinstalled a fresh 10.4.8on my system and installed Aperture 1.5 but it would not load. So I installed the missing frameworks and still nothing. So I installed Aperutre 1.0, got that working and then laid the 1.5 onto and now it works great.

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update: if i click inside the new scalable Loupe, it draws a smaller circle inside the loupe circle, and then the machine hangs with spinny beachball o'doom.

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Munky, I have tried to duplicate the problem you have described but I do not have that same problem. My Loupe works fine. How did you install Aperture?

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update: if i click inside the new scalable Loupe, it draws a smaller circle inside the loupe circle, and then the machine hangs with spinny beachball o'doom.



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i had 1.1.2 installed, and installed the green dem*n version over the top. it didnt work so i had to download the additional framework from the aforementioned dem*n.

i am using 10.4.7 (10.4.5 myzar + 10.4.6 quixos manual method + 10.4.7 JaS), on an intel D945GTPLR, GeCube X1800XL 256Mb PCI-E, neopheus 3.2 (i think).

maybe 10.4.8 will fix it. what are you running?

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i had 1.1.2 installed, and installed the green dem*n version over the top. it didnt work so i had to download the additional framework from the aforementioned dem*n.

i am using 10.4.7 (10.4.5 myzar + 10.4.6 quixos manual method + 10.4.7 JaS), on an intel D945GTPLR, GeCube X1800XL 256Mb PCI-E, neopheus 3.2 (i think).

maybe 10.4.8 will fix it. what are you running?



Munky, when I first installed Aperture 1.5, I did so on a fresh install; JaS's 10.4.7 with his 10.4.8 patch. And the program would close as soon as I clicked it open. I got the missing frameworks and still the same failure. So, I dug out my original Aperture 1.0 (I never toss out softeware) and reloaded that. I applied the crack with Hexedit to get it to run and then just installed Aperutre 1.5 atop the 1.0. Now it runs great. I do like the program for easy fixing, color batching, etc. I did a shoot last week, I just needed to view the images and tweak the colours a tad wormer and voila, Aperture was a snap but I am still so used to Photoshop CS2 for real work. Still, nice piece of software.

My system is a ASRock 775 Dual 915gl mobo, Celeron D 330J 2.15ghz, MSI X1600 PCI-e 256mg video card and neopheus's 3.2 patch (yes, I got lazy but he did a great job)

I hope that helps you out my friend,

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Thanks a bundle boris, i'll give a fresh install another try :D

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Does anyone know how to fix it so aperture will allow you to have more than two zoomed up pictues at once? I assume this is some kind of hardwarecheck thing as it works fine on my G5 with worse specs.

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update: i think the problem was caused by my OSX boot partition being full. seems like Aperture is trying to grab a {censored}load of virtual ram as soon as I try to do the drag loupe operation.

i'll clear some space and retry this.

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Munky wich specs for you ihack?

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aberracus: Intel D945GTPLR, Pentium D920, GeCube ATI X1800 256Mb PCI-E

well, clearing space from the boot disk didnt help. basically, to recreate my problem:

use the new style loupe (the one you can leave in place without it following your mouse pointer)

now click and hold within the loupe. a white circle kinda zooms in to the middle to show where the loupe is targetted. drag the mouse somewhere else on your picture and let go of the mouse button. this works for me.

now change the scaling factor (100% to 200% or whatever) and try again

on my machine, Aperture hangs, nothing repsonds for while, and then it 'unexpectedly' quits.





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