Yeah, that's right. Now you too can have VL on your Leopard machine. I do. <br><br>When I heard that VL was broke in Leopard I was peeved. One, it's a kickass app. Two, I paid my monies... I want my VL goodness.... dammit. <br><br>I received my Leopard disc in the mail today (85.00 on Ebay) and went to town. Then almost immediately I went looking for a work-around, hack, crack... whatever.<br>I combined a few things and ... it works. No registration, no nag screens.<br><br> If you go to my Public folder you will see a folder called VL. D'load it and run the installer. Don't launch iTunes! Go to Library/Audio/Plugins/Hal/VolumeLogic.plugin.<br><br>Take that one and throw it in the trash and replace with the one in the VL folder you downloaded. When you try to empty the trash it will prolly tell you there is a file called iTea that is busy. Restart and then empty the trash. Once this file is gone you are safe to launch iTunes.<br>I have replaced some files within the VL plugin bundle, including my serial #. I guess it doesn't matter any more though.<br><br>I will check in tomorrow and see if this works for you guys.<br><br>It's amazing what can happen on a hang over day... I feel better ... now I can sleep. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by NucleusG4 on 01/13/08 00:35 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
I don't have Volume Logic, but I tried it out a few years ago, and thought it really was a nice enhancement for iTunes. So, after reading your post, I decided to try it again. Come to find out, the company and its product (Volume Logic) had been bought out by a cheap headphone manufacturer named Plantronics, and it's been discontinued. What a horrible outcome! I hate when that happens. Some jerk-around company buys a product that's better than anything they sell, then proceed to kill it. There should be a law against that! VL was a very nice compressor! <br><br>Well, I'm glad you guys got it running on Leopard. Kudos to you for keeping it alive!<br><br><br>Shooshie<br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:green]Pictures and things</font color=green>
Yeah, and the sad part is.... it wouldn't have taken anything on their part to support us in Leopard. <br>The wishful rumor was that Plantronics bought out Octiv and Apple was buying VL from them and implementing it in a future version of iTunes. Wishful thinking I think.<br><br>
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Thank You NucleusG4 !<br>Ever since I installed Leopard I have tried everything to get VL working.<br>I have e-mailed Plantronics several times to get VL working I finally gave up.<br>I installed the plug in and restarted then opened iTunes I was asked for my Activation Number I entered it and it worked.<br>PS:<br>All of my macs accepted the activation <br>THANK YOU VERY MUCH !<br><br><br> My Ultimate Amazing Crap !
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You truly have a heart of gold for sharing that with us! <br><br>Worked fine. Didn't even have to restart because there was no error message upon emptying the trash. I also paid for this application and was heartbroken to lose it when I upgraded to Leopard. <br><br>By the way, how did you get your hard drives to display the available space? That's really cool. <br><br><br><br>
Click on the Desktop, go up to View/Show View Options, check Show item info. It's easily missed as it's the only View Options window you see it in, unless you have a Finder window set to icon view, then it's in that View Options window too.<br><br>------> JD's Trivia game<br><br>------> MCF-MM Trivia game
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