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LighthousePup "Testing the Water" 215Beta4 ISO 182MB
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tazoc


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PostPosted: Fri 28 Sep 2007, 22:22    Post subject: Lighthouse 215Beta5 is posted to new thread  

Thank you everyone for your patience and excellent feedback. I apologize for the delays. Lighthouse 215Beta5 is posted; see this thread:
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=143655#143655

Many of your suggestions and ideas were incorporated into Beta5. I hope you find it useful!
Take care,
TazOC

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PostPosted: Fri 28 Sep 2007, 23:28    Post subject: LHPuppy beta5  

Hi TazOC, welcome back from all that de-bugging, hope you're giving yourself some time off!
I've upgraded from beta4 > 5 and I'm very pleased: many minor fixes and it still works fine with K3B & Mariner add-ons.
I haven't torture-tested every app Wink but so far so good, as I've said before: this is one very polished beta!
That irritating bug with the MAD Mpeg decoder in XMMS remains, but its hardly fatal. Consider mentioning it to the XMMS developers. The jitter while listening to RadioParadise and scrolling in Firefox appears to have disappeared - perhaps it was just one of those random ghost-in-the-machine type faults that comes & goes for no apparent reason.
One thing I've especially come to appreciate as I become more comfortable using it is the Rox tweaking you've done. I'd only previously known it as a simple file manager that was more graphical than some others, I hadn't appreciated its capacity to be a quasi desktop environment - sweet!
Again, thanks for a beautiful, useful Puppy variant that fits me like a glove - luv it! Very Happy

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