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Author Topic: November 2009: Win7 - Microsoft's Defiant Child  (Read 130496 times)
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« Reply #60 on: November 29, 2009, 03:15:50 PM »

here was Windows controlling the enormous pots of metal!!!
No worries  Roll Eyes
A branch of my old company probably did all the engineering for that project  Wink
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« Reply #61 on: December 15, 2009, 01:31:27 AM »

Quote from: Klaus Ressmann on November 20, 2009, 01:11:41 PM
Is there really no way to persuade Mike to have Qimage also written for Mac OS?
I would be ready to buy a new version for Mac OS

Yeah, you and the ~200 other people who want Qimage on the Mac!  If you could get all 200 together and each pay $1500 in advance for me to take the 1-2 years to develop it and put everything else on hold, you might get my attention.  There was a petition a few years ago to get Qimage on the Mac.  It was distributed to every online forum available so that people could sign this petition.  It is still open today, 3 years later, and has gathered less than 250 signatures.  That gives you an indication of how many Qimage users are really switching to a Mac, and even gives you a feel for how many Mac users there are out there.  Not many!  I would never see any real return on that investment and would go bankrupt trying.


Here's the solution for the Mac users:  Go to Wal-Mart.  Buy the $300 Toshiba Windows 7 laptop they have currently on special.  (I did.)  Install Qimage.  Print stuff.
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« Reply #62 on: February 25, 2010, 05:15:17 PM »


I am getting ready to do the REAL full install.  I have a question about the whole admin thing.

Vista (or maybe Toshiba) created some bogus Administrator with a password you could not change.  Or, so they thought.  I used a Unix boot disk with a utility that let you delete/change/create one with new password and all fell into place.

Is WIN 7 doing this same Kabuki dance?? Huh?

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