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    Barbie's riding club. I've almost made it to the secret cottage.

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    Just some work stuff I use Vbox for
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    Re: What is your killer Windows app/ app you simply can't be without in Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by Glaxed View Post
    I can definitely live without this one, but I need it to record etudes and practice sheet music in band.
    Finale 08 and SmartMusic 10.

    I tried to run under Wine, but guess what? The sound didn't work =p.

    Winamp is another amazing one!!

    Rhythmbox and Banshee just don't compare! (Though Amarok is getting very close, better syncing and a less hectic UI and then it'd be my #1).
    Have you tried it with Timidity? I used Finale without a problem with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dashnak View Post
    Games (Mainly, UT 2004).
    Also, some developing tools, such as CodeGear Delphi 2007, and some Visual Studio stuff (which I am trying to learn, along with python and php, but linux is just great for those).
    UT2004 works natively in Linux..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phenax View Post
    UT2004 works natively in Linux..
    Oh yes, it works great when I install from the dvd.
    But then, when I install the megapack (With the new vehicles and levels), sound NEVER works again, and everything runs slow as molasses.
    If I want to kick my friends' butts, I have to be running the megapack.
    Last edited by dashnak; May 5th, 2008 at 04:31 AM. Reason: Correcting spelling

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    Its gotta be only FIFA [insert current year here] (the video game) for me, football is just good stress relief

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    foobar2000 for me, but it runs on wine (with some problems).

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    Re: What is your killer Windows app/ app you simply can't be without in Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by Glaxed View Post
    I can definitely live without this one, but I need it to record etudes and practice sheet music in band.
    Finale 08 and SmartMusic 10.

    I tried to run under Wine, but guess what? The sound didn't work =p.

    Winamp is another amazing one!!

    Rhythmbox and Banshee just don't compare! (Though Amarok is getting very close, better syncing and a less hectic UI and then it'd be my #1).
    i use amarok in mini mode so the UI is not really very hectic...

    also, u may want to check out Exaile, songbird, sonata, beep media player, audacious, xmms, etc.
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