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I was bored. :)

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It actually runs quite well under Rosetta. Feels just as responsive as iTunes 7 and its not cluttered with all that coverflow {censored}. :)

If anyone wants a copy PM me. Its on the green demon. :)

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We're taking it back to the OLD SKOOL :)

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Lol, thats awesomesauce. Speaking of oldies but goodies, look at what I found in my itunes library:
Attached File  Picture_1.jpg   84.81KB   278 downloads
In this day and age, especially since im an oink member now, I thought i replaced all my music with vinyl rips and unmastered versions of all my albums. At least back then I still knew the difference between the itunes basic 128 and the vbr setting :)

Btw, I like coverflow.. :P Its very mac show-offy.

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I was bored. :P

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It actually runs quite well under Rosetta. Feels just as responsive as iTunes 7 and its not cluttered with all that coverflow {censored}. ;)

If anyone wants a copy PM me.

mac os x 10.4.11, show off :)
btw this is the real old school on my imac
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I was bored. :P

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It actually runs quite well under Rosetta. Feels just as responsive as iTunes 7 and its not cluttered with all that coverflow {censored}. ;)

If anyone wants a copy PM me.


Sure this isn't just a chance for you to show off your 10.4.11 :P

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Sure this isn't just a chance for you to show off your 10.4.11 :o

he moved the saugage and cheese cart off to the side for a while :censored2:

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I can't mount the .smi image in Tiger 10.4.10, Intel iMac

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I can't mount the .smi image in Tiger 10.4.10, Intel iMac

You tried opening it with DiskImageMounter?

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Yeah, tried with that. Says not recognized. I also tried with Disk Utility and it says the same thing

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DiskImageMounter does not recognize the smi file

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colonel, the people at the green demon dont know how to open it either help them, (btw my name is numberzzz :blink: )

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OMGWTF. I don't get it. It works fine with DiskImageMounter for me.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JDZ80XEK

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colonel, watch this video, i try to open the SMI file, and then actually open another SMI file called "System 7.0.smi" watch and learn here :D
EDIT: colonel, u got pwned, in this video i try and open the one you uploaded and one from a website. here is the vid

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EDIT: colonel, u got pwned,

Sorry, the Colonel you have tried to "pwn" is not available or is no longer in service. Please try again later.

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Sorry, the Colonel you have tried to "pwn" is not available or is no longer in service. Please try again later.

me thinkee you uploaded corrupted file >.<
btw, you better have watched my vid, rather than try to avoid the pwnage :blink:

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me thinkee you uploaded corrupted file >.<
btw, you better have watched my vid, rather than try to avoid the pwnage :(

I just downloaded the torrent onto my Hackint0sh and it works fine there.

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Must be something from the torrent. When I downloaded iTunes from the site numberz gave everything works fine.

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Must be something from the torrent. When I downloaded iTunes from the site numberz gave everything works fine.

so we have 1 for colonel and everyone else for corrupted file? corrupted file wins!

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or we could try approaching this logically and with a bit more maturity (focus people... lol) - Colonel, how did you compress the .smi file?

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i like that old skool gui better then the current. the gui of 10.1 made me think i was flying





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