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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by AmbitiousLemon, Jun 5, 2002.
Unsanity has released Silk 1.0 a "haxie" that enables AA in carbon apps.
check it out
That link is for the Kanji Learner, you might want to fix it.
doh! ... fixed.
very cool, and the site is nice too. Have you used any of their other shareware? Does it expire after a certain amount of time?
Looks great!!! Finally IE looks more...well, "silky"...hehehe
It would be nice if the text in the address bar was AA as well...kind of an eyesore...
i bought fruitmenu recently. it doesnt expire. it is reminderware. but the reminder is very infrequent. i used shadow killer and windowshade to test them out but didnt think they were very good.
i buy very few shareware apps. most of the time i think the app feels to beta-ish to pay for or the asking price is too high, but unsanity does a good job so i picked up fruitmenu. but silk is free. its nice that a company knows which apps should be free and which to charge for.
ok sorry for the double post, but i just got to say im totally digging AA in mozilla, sure we had it before with the mach-o builds but having mozilla 1.0 and aa is way cool.
and it freeware which is very good
somethimes it looks like the text is doubled on something in IE but hey its 1.0
Hey, it really does make a huge difference! After installing it, i thought for a moment i'd launched omniweb by mistake
Freeware... i love it!
Very impressive. No speed cost. Looks great. And it's FREE!
Wonder why Apple didn't do this themselves...
Update: After trying this for a little while, I am very pleased. I feel like I am finally getting one of the features I paid for in OS X in all applications. Things just look much slicker. I think I have noticed a slight speed difference in M$ Office apps, though. Hard to tell since they're so friggin' slow, anyway--I could just be imagining it. Since they don't need Silk, I will exclude them and see if it makes a difference.
It's almost as if I'm using NEW applications!
You gotta love this program...