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Update
Date: 16/1/2003
I've been working away on the Linux version, specifically the drag'n'drop and the clipboard support. Things are moving along quite well. Also basic clipboard support is in place now. However I havn't been receiving much feedback about the new alpha. So if you have anything to say I'm all ears.
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Scribe
Date: 8/1/2003
A new linux version is almost out. Just a quick tidy up and some final testing and I'll upload it. Also I've updated all the plugin downloads so that they work (and have been tested) with the latest build of Scribe (v1.85-test13). If your getting crashes with plugins (say on startup) then update to the current Scribe, delete your old plugins and grab new versions.
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Linux Update
Date: 1/1/2003
I'm getting much closer to a new Linux release, but I didn't make it in '02 (sorry!). There's a bunch of fixes listed in the Scribe page. I'm finding it heavy going implementing equivelents for Lgi functions in Linux.
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Spell Checker
Date: 22/12/2002
I've been fiddling with Aspell on and off for about 6 months. And finally someone made a binary for the win32 platform, with an installer. 'Cause I couldn't work out how to compile it. So I've written a basic spell check plugin for Scribe.
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Stress Testing Scribe
Date: 19/12/2002
I havn't had this much fun in ages. Recently someone mentioned how much memory Scribe gobbled during a compact, so I fired up Scribe and watched it's memory usage during the compact, and well it was shocking...
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Spirited Away
Date: 17/12/2002
The latest Studio Ghibli movie Spirited Away was just released in Australian theatres. If you don't know much about anime then this might not interest you, however this movie is one of the best the genre has to offer. Well done artwork/animation and engaging story line. Spirited away is already winning awards in the west and has taken the #1 position in Japan's box office takings. Instead of wasting $14 on Bond, go and see something with class!
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