Intaglio 2.9.8 and Snow Leopard

Hi. Does anyone know if Intaglio 2.9.8 will work in Snow Leopard?

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I’m curious if Intaglio 3.01 will work properly in Snow Leopard? Thanks!


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I’ve been using 3.01 in Snow Leopard without any hitches so far.


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I just upgraded to Snow Leopard. Intaglio 2.9.8 works fine.


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On 2 Sep 2009, at 17:58, Joseph Rosario wrote:

I’ve been using 3.01 in Snow Leopard without any hitches so far.
Ditto I with 3.0.2a
Julius

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On 29 Aug 2009, 12:11 am, Mirsky wrote:

Hi. Does anyone know if Intaglio 2.9.8 will work in Snow Leopard?

Thanks

Don’t know but I do know that 3 keeps crashing when using the apple colour picker in 10.6. And I have only had the software for about 3 hours ? I have written to them about this and apple must have about 10 crash reports on this too. Also tested on leopard 10.5 and it works fine, so it’s a bug.

I hope the guys here can come with a patch or quick upgrade as it’s a shame that this should happen as most mac developers have had a copy of 10.6 for ages… not good


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On 29 Aug 2009, 12:11 am, Mirsky wrote:

Hi. Does anyone know if Intaglio 2.9.8 will work in Snow Leopard?

Thanks

Don’t know but I do know that 3 keeps crashing when using the apple colour
picker in 10.6. And I have only had the software for about 3 hours ? I
have written to them about this and apple must have about 10 crash reports
on this too. Also tested on leopard 10.5 and it works fine, so it’s a bug.

I hope the guys here can come with a patch or quick upgrade as it’s a
shame that this should happen as most mac developers have had a copy of
10.6 for ages… not good

Don’t seem to be seeing that with 3.01. Can you describe how to reproduce?


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Luke, try trashing your preferences file, then restarting Intaglio :slight_smile:

Tom

PS- nice to see you here too Luke. I remember your fantastic work on
Cheetah3D! :smiley:

On 7 Sep 2009, at 23:47, luke wrote:

On 29 Aug 2009, 12:11 am, Mirsky wrote:

Hi. Does anyone know if Intaglio 2.9.8 will work in Snow Leopard?

Thanks

Don’t know but I do know that 3 keeps crashing when using the apple
colour picker in 10.6. And I have only had the software for about 3
hours ? I have written to them about this and apple must have about
10 crash reports on this too. Also tested on leopard 10.5 and it
works fine, so it’s a bug.

I hope the guys here can come with a patch or quick upgrade as it’s
a shame that this should happen as most mac developers have had a
copy of 10.6 for ages… not good


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On 8 Sep 2009, at 19:03, Frederick Bambrough wrote:

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“luke” email@hidden wrote:

On 29 Aug 2009, 12:11 am, Mirsky wrote:

Hi. Does anyone know if Intaglio 2.9.8 will work in Snow Leopard?

Thanks

Don’t know but I do know that 3 keeps crashing when using the apple
colour
picker in 10.6. And I have only had the software for about 3
hours ? I
have written to them about this and apple must have about 10 crash
reports
on this too. Also tested on leopard 10.5 and it works fine, so it’s
a bug.

I hope the guys here can come with a patch or quick upgrade as it’s a
shame that this should happen as most mac developers have had a
copy of
10.6 for ages… not good

Don’t seem to be seeing that with 3.01. Can you describe how to
reproduce?

Not crashed when using colour picker (circle for hue/saturation) and
slider for luminoscity.
Intaglio 3.0.2a macPro 10.6
However
select line, draw line, click on Paint square in the Stroke palette
and the slider starts about 1/6th of the way up from the bottom.
If I slide it right to the top it drops back about 1/6th of the length
down.
If I then click at the top of the slider bar it moves up a bit and so
on so that gradually I can get it to the top
The behaviour of the hue/saturation picker is more arbitrary.
When I started exqamining this to provide detail for this email i was
able to move it in the required direction but the luminoscity slider
would always spring back to it’s 1/6th down from the top position and
then with each click on the circle slide ever lower.

The opacity slider for the Fill palettedoes not work although I am
able to set the opacity by clicking in the slider bar.

Oh, now on returning from writing the email back to intaglio the bar
works fine, and is still doing so although the colour circle and
luminoscity slider misbehave as before

Julius

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Tom Hi,
just replaced my Intaglio preferences file and this seems to have done
the trick - so far so good.
The whole of the Preferences folder looks to be in a bit of a state?
at least, i don’t remember it being so full of .plist files before
Just as well I had not lost my registration number!!!
Julius

On 8 Sep 2009, at 19:14, Tom wrote:

Luke, try trashing your preferences file, then restarting Intaglio :slight_smile:

Tom

PS- nice to see you here too Luke. I remember your fantastic work on
Cheetah3D! :smiley:

On 7 Sep 2009, at 23:47, luke wrote:

On 29 Aug 2009, 12:11 am, Mirsky wrote:

Hi. Does anyone know if Intaglio 2.9.8 will work in Snow Leopard?

Thanks

Don’t know but I do know that 3 keeps crashing when using the apple
colour picker in 10.6. And I have only had the software for about 3
hours ? I have written to them about this and apple must have about
10 crash reports on this too. Also tested on leopard 10.5 and it
works fine, so it’s a bug.

I hope the guys here can come with a patch or quick upgrade as it’s
a shame that this should happen as most mac developers have had a
copy of 10.6 for ages… not good


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[snip]

Not crashed when using colour picker (circle for hue/saturation) and
slider for luminoscity. Intaglio 3.0.2a macPro 10.6 However select line,
draw line, click on Paint square in the Stroke palette and the slider
starts about 1/6th of the way up from the bottom. If I slide it right to
the top it drops back about 1/6th of the length down. If I then click at
the top of the slider bar it moves up a bit and so on so that gradually I
can get it to the top The behaviour of the hue/saturation picker is more
arbitrary. When I started exqamining this to provide detail for this email
i was able to move it in the required direction but the luminoscity slider
would always spring back to it’s 1/6th down from the top position and then
with each click on the circle slide ever lower.

Oo, yes. Same here with 3.01.

The opacity slider for the Fill palettedoes not work although I am able to
set the opacity by clicking in the slider bar.

I thought I could reproduce this until I realised I had fill set to ‘None’.

[snip]


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It does? Gulp! I haven’t upgraded yet, and mine still looks awful! :wink:

On 8 Sep 2009, at 20:16, julius wrote:

The whole of the Preferences folder looks to be in a bit of a state?


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Clear out old cache files from Leopard. I experienced all sort of weird behavior.

Here’s a small app that will do it all for you - Welcome to Northern Softworks

Marcel


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Nice bit of spam there Marcel :wink:

However, there is an easier, cheaper way to clear cache files via
terminal;

quote;

"DNS request are usually cache, that’s good as it speeds up the
lookups within the same host but sometimes we will want to clear the
cache so it don’t hold the values that are no longer valid. To do that
in Mac (OS Tiger and below) we used the following command:

lookupd -flushcache

However a Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard user will tell you this command did not
work on their terminal. In Leopard a new command has been used to
replace flushcache, so to clear DNS cache in Leopard, just type this
in your Terminal and hit enter.

dscacheutil -flushcache"

unquote (source; How to Clear DNS Cache in macOS Sonoma - Hongkiat)

“dscacheutil -flushcache”

Yay! Two words and one simple command, that hasn’t just cost me
25USD!! 8)

On 10 Sep 2009, at 23:21, Helveticus wrote:

Clear out old cache files from Leopard. I experienced all sort of
weird behavior.

Here’s a small app that will do it all for you - Welcome to Northern Softworks

Marcel


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Nice bit of spam there Marcel :wink:

What’s this…


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What’s this?

What’s what?

Oh come now Marcel! You must know what spam is?!

What you just posted is a classic example of viral marketing. I
wouldn’t worry about it if you were simply being helpful, I too have
had my viral moments in the past, when I have been enthusiastic about
software and unintentionally promoted something, not being connected
to the company producing it.

However, your post was particualy viral because it pointed to software
that uses a command that anyone can easily execute from the terminal,
and for nothing. I got suspicious because that software you suggest,
also included anti-virus, and costs 25 dollars. Bare in mind, that it
is almost impossible to get a virus if you are a Mac user, and again,
if you must get a virus scanner, there is a very good free ware one
already out there.

A Mac isn’t like a PC, where you are forced to buy extra software,
just because the OS is so shite. Let’s keep it that way eh? :slight_smile:

On 17 Sep 2009, at 01:55, “Helveticus” email@hidden wrote:

Nice bit of spam there Marcel :wink:

What’s this…


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On the subject of spam
apologies in advance but can’t resist!
I’ve discovered this absolutely wonderful free and elegant program:
Keyboard Cleaner that brings down a black panel over your screen and
locks your keyboard until you enter cmd-q when the panel lifts and the
keyboard returns to life.
Marvellous when you want to read a book or newspaper whilst sitting at
your desk.
Amazing the delight it is to use!
Available from its creator’s website
http://jan.prima.de/~jan/plok/archives/48-Keyboard-Cleaner.html

best wishes
Julius

On 17 Sep 2009, at 07:54, Tom wrote:

What’s this?

What’s what?

Oh come now Marcel! You must know what spam is?!

What you just posted is a classic example of viral marketing. I
wouldn’t worry about it if you were simply being helpful, I too have
had my viral moments in the past, when I have been enthusiastic
about software and unintentionally promoted something, not being
connected to the company producing it.

However, your post was particualy viral because it pointed to
software that uses a command that anyone can easily execute from the
terminal, and for nothing. I got suspicious because that software
you suggest, also included anti-virus, and costs 25 dollars. Bare in
mind, that it is almost impossible to get a virus if you are a Mac
user, and again, if you must get a virus scanner, there is a very
good free ware one already out there.

A Mac isn’t like a PC, where you are forced to buy extra software,
just because the OS is so shite. Let’s keep it that way eh? :slight_smile:

On 17 Sep 2009, at 01:55, “Helveticus” email@hidden wrote:

Nice bit of spam there Marcel :wink:

What’s this…


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Here’s some more spam…

Autodesk have just released Sketchbook for iPhone/Touch. From what I
can make from it, it’s pretty damn good.

regards,

Tom

On 17 Sep 2009, at 13:29, julius email@hidden wrote:

On the subject of spam
apologies in advance but can’t resist!
I’ve discovered this absolutely wonderful free and elegant program:
Keyboard Cleaner that brings down a black panel over your screen and
locks your keyboard until you enter cmd-q when the panel lifts and
the keyboard returns to life.
Marvellous when you want to read a book or newspaper whilst sitting
at your desk.
Amazing the delight it is to use!
Available from its creator’s website
Keyboard Cleaner - plok

best wishes
Julius

On 17 Sep 2009, at 07:54, Tom wrote:

What’s this?

What’s what?

Oh come now Marcel! You must know what spam is?!

What you just posted is a classic example of viral marketing. I
wouldn’t worry about it if you were simply being helpful, I too
have had my viral moments in the past, when I have been
enthusiastic about software and unintentionally promoted something,
not being connected to the company producing it.

However, your post was particualy viral because it pointed to
software that uses a command that anyone can easily execute from
the terminal, and for nothing. I got suspicious because that
software you suggest, also included anti-virus, and costs 25
dollars. Bare in mind, that it is almost impossible to get a virus
if you are a Mac user, and again, if you must get a virus scanner,
there is a very good free ware one already out there.

A Mac isn’t like a PC, where you are forced to buy extra software,
just because the OS is so shite. Let’s keep it that way eh? :slight_smile:

On 17 Sep 2009, at 01:55, “Helveticus” email@hidden wrote:

Nice bit of spam there Marcel :wink:

What’s this…


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I use Freeway and Intaglio in my business and I’m a daily user of this forum. I merely posted a link to an insignificant $9.99 piece of software because I found it helpful.

I’ll stay on the friendlier FreeWay side of the fence in the future.

Cheers,
Marcel


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On Sep 17, 2009, at 12:23 PM, Helveticus wrote:

I use Freeway and Intaglio in my business and I’m a daily user of
this forum. I merely posted a link to an insignificant $9.99 piece
of software because I found it helpful.

I’ll stay on the friendlier FreeWay side of the fence in the future.

I wish you would stay here.

As it happens, I mentioned FontNuke a couple of days as a possible
tool for solving a problem that had been posted. As it happened it
seems that it worked.

Whether or not I am likely to use cache cleaner, your post will
remain here as, you never know, it might come in handy.

Hopeful regards
–schremmer


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