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Topic # 22011 13-May-2008 16:07
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Yes, WorldWide Telescope is live and now you can download it!

I am trying it out immidiately! YaY!

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  Reply # 130614 13-May-2008 16:42
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i downloaded from that site nod32 comes up with security threat  moves it to quarintine  ...told u microsoft are  after us its a trick lmao haha




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Reply # 130617 13-May-2008 16:48
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cokeman2: i downloaded from that site nod32 comes up with security threat moves it to quarintine ...told u microsoft are after us its a trick lmao haha


I have Kaspersky Internet Security turned on and I didnt get any such errors or problems.

Why dont you just check your nod32 settings?




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Reply # 130643 13-May-2008 17:49
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cokeman2: i downloaded from that site nod32 comes up with security threat  moves it to quarintine  ...told u microsoft are  after us its a trick lmao haha


I run ESET NOD32 Busines Edition on my server and it did not raise any alarms. I suggest you update your virus definitions.




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  Reply # 130674 13-May-2008 19:21
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Sheesh!  Minimum requirements is a bit steep ... love how the "Mac" requirements lists Windows as the required OS :-)

Oh well.

Mark




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  Reply # 130677 13-May-2008 19:29
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Mark: Sheesh! Minimum requirements is a bit steep ... love how the "Mac" requirements lists Windows as the required OS :-)



The Telescope does lots of work to render the images and other things - It does need CPU & RAM power - In my Macbook (2.4 GHz) it was working great - no hiccups - no problems - and overall the experience has been awesome!




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  Reply # 130679 13-May-2008 19:32
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Long Zheng has come up fast with a tutorial on how to create a wallpaper from those lovely images Cool




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Reply # 130692 13-May-2008 20:21
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It looks good, pity I never attended astrophysics 101 would have helped to make sense of the data from simbad.


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