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Ringrazio Tutti gli sviluppatori e Tutto questo splendido forum.. in ogni sua parte...

 

Per averci regalato un altro  anno, nel quale abbiamo potuto "gioire" dei nostri Hackintosh…

Auguro che il 2016 sia come questo se non migliore….

 

IL MERTITO è SOLO VOSTRO

 

Veramente grazie a Tutti

Buona serata e Buon Anno

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Un Brindisi ad InsanelyMac

 

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AUGURI!!!

 

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