Elliot Nesterman <elliot@...
2010-05-12 03:10:34 GMT
It is sad. It's such a good interface. The lack of a stable 64 bit
version is why I'm not using it anymore. I use bb4win on my x64
machines. Works a charm, skinnable, also designed after NextStep.
I'm not any kind of coder, but if I were updating LS to 64 bits would be
a fun project.
I suspect when I eventually move to Win7 I'll forgo an alternative shell
all together. I hear generally good things about the interface.
Kevin Brew wrote:
> Wow, that's pretty sad. I hadn't even realized I was still subscribed
> to the lsml from this address.
> I have to say that most of the reasons I began to use LS don't exist
> anymore, but it still has quite a bit of utility. I still have xp on
> one of my computers, and six months ago I got seriously sick of
> explorer, and just happened to trip over the folder containing all of
> the loose-screws stuff. Now I have an entire interface built into a
> 20x200px space again. Whether it's being actively worked on or not,
> it's stable, it works, and it does what it's supposed to.
> But, it's definitely sad to see how small the community has gotten.
> That was always the best part of it, arguments and all. Not many
> things will get me to do data entry for days and days, but apparently,
> this bunch was enough.
> --Kevin Brew (cypress)
> On May 11, 2010, at 19:54, "Mike Edward Moras (e-sushi™)"
> <e-sushi@...> wrote: