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A simple fix for sound output issues
Authored by: robmorton on Jan 12, '06 12:52:02PM

yippy? Sorry, I couldn't resist as I do not understand why people do not upgrade/replace old software.



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A simple fix for sound output issues
Authored by: piyayo on Jan 12, '06 01:37:35PM

you don't understand? how about because not everyone has 4 or five grand to update all their software to run on whatever new thing apple wants everyone to move to?



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A simple fix for sound output issues
Authored by: osxpounder on Jan 12, '06 10:19:32PM

How about not upgrading because what I have now suits my needs exactly and the newer version doesn't add anything that I give a flip about?

Photoshop's a good example. PS7 suits me fine. No new features since then have been particularly exciting enough to upgrade. About the only thing I care about that got me using CS2 at work is that I'm told I can work in rectangular pixels instead of square pixels, for DVD graphics, but I only just installed CS2 yesterday and haven't tried that yet.

My PC still has Windows 2000, and is stable and happy that way. My Macs only got upped to Tiger last month, and only because some progs require it now. I'm perfectly happy with Panther.

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A simple fix for sound output issues
Authored by: captain caveman on Jan 12, '06 01:54:42PM

How about old software that doesn't exist anymore, but is more useful (or cheaper, since I own it already) then current software



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A simple fix for sound output issues
Authored by: Koerone on Aug 25, '10 07:20:14AM

not everyone is a snob, i guess that's the reason. besides there's something mystic about those old macs...



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