Re: New name, same freshness!

  • From: "Mac Norins" <macatack5@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 19:02:24 -0800

Sabrina and list,,

That was my experience, as well, but, I did uninstall I podder, before 
installing Juice!  It is nice to not have the tool start up all by itself; 
in fact, I thought it was burning up CPU, before, and causing some freeze 
ups, but, it could have been something else causing all of that, I am just 
not sure. I have one question:  Is someone with our type of accessibility 
problems already giving in depth tutorials (one would be Byron Lee), or are 
we still supposed to march along, step by step, "in the dark"?  Man, Instant 
Gratification takes too long!  Help!  Help!


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sabrena and/or Chris" <sabrenar00@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 6:51 PM
Subject: Re: New name, same freshness!

It did the same thing for me and I didn't delete the Ipodder folder at all.
However, one thing it did do was when the option was checked to not have
Juice run at start-up, it actually did what it was told and did not
automatically start when I booted the machine. Before, Ipodder would start
anyhow even though I had told it not to.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chris Skarstad" <toonhead5@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 4:59 PM
Subject: RE: New name, same freshness!

If I'm not mistaken, I believe Paul may be refering to the iPodder folder
that is left over when you uninstall iPodder, it can be found in c:\program
files. I deleted mine and when I installed Juice, all that happened was
that Juice asked me to confirm a few different file types that it could
catch, which I did.

At 05:43 PM 11/14/2005, you wrote:
>Which iPodder folder are you referring to Paul?
>-----Original Message-----
>From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>[mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Paul Henrichsen
>Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 4:22 PM
>To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Re: New name, same freshness!
>Hi, Jeff. So can you get rid of the ipoder folder once you install the new
>program and run it once?
>Or do you have to leave that folder so that your feeds will be preserved?
>At 11/12/2005 10:06 AM, you wrote:
> >Major iPodder PodCatcher news everyone!
> >
> > >From the iPodder team:
> >
> >New name, same freshness - We squeezed iPodder out of our name. What's
> >left
> >is... pure Juice!
> >
> >Yes, iPodder has been given a new name of Juice Receiver.  Click here:
> >
> >
> >
> >to download your copy.  All of the same features you have grown to love
> >are
> >still here.  I will put the list of changes below for your review.  First
> >some installation notes for this new version.
> >
> >Make sure to remove all copies of iPodder from your system before
> >this new version.  The reason for this is that the new software installs
> >into its own directory and therefore you will have Juice and iPodder
> >at the same time.  Don't worry though, all of your download history and
> >settings will be maintained as long as you do not remove the iPodder
> >folder
> >in your user directory.  If you don't understand this last part, ignore
> >it
> ><grin>.
> >
> >Here is the list of changes in this release:
> >
> >Note:  The issues of lockups that were reported on the BlindCasting list
> >on the BlindCoolTech list have been fixed even though they are not
> >below.  Extensive testing went on by me personally to insure this (or at
> >least the lockups I saw).
> >
> >1. iPodder -> Juice name change.
> >
> >2. Expanded support for various one-click subscription mechanisms.  On
> >Windows: a File Types tab in Preferences to set these behaviors.
> >
> >3. Clipboard support for feed/podcast URLs on Windows/Mac.
> >
> >4. Winamp support for playing and enqueuing files.
> >
> >5. User guide, linked from Start -> iPodder -> UserGuide on Windows.
> >
> >6. Downloaded files are named after the final URL instead of the initial
> >when HTTP redirects are encountered.
> >
> >7. Enriched the history data we save, to allow us to support a number of
> >features.  For example, script-powered download URLs should work now.
> >
> >8. The history database cleans up after itself, deleting history records
> >items that are both old and no longer present in the feed.
> >
> >9. Allow re-downloading files that have gone missing by marking them as
> >Removed.
> >
> >10. New languages: Danish, Basque, Finnish, Italian, Korean, Greek.
> >
> >11. Added support for password-protected proxies (HTTP Basic and Digest).
> >
> >12. Added support for password-protected feeds and downloads (HTTP Basic
> >Digest).  Please note: protected downloads must live on the same domain
> >as
> >the feed in order for this to work.
> >
> >13. Download code now respects content-disposition header for download
> >whose names are different than the URL at which they're located.
> >
> >14. Fixed BitTorrent abort/resume.  Partially downloaded BitTorrents now
> >show up with Partial status instead of Downloaded.
> >
> >15. Fixed a bug in Windows Media Player support that resulted in Date
> >Added
> >not getting set.  Date-based auto-playlists work now.
> >
> >16. Feedmanager OPML fetcher now runs in a background thread unless we're
> >about to do a download run.
> >
> >17. Directory root for newly added directories, where we'll put
> >directories
> >that haven't yet been added to the stable release.
> >
> >18. Moved scheduler configuration data into ipodder.cfg.
> >
> >Download the release from my web site at:
> >
> >
> >
> >Happy Juicing everyone!
> >
> >Jeff
> >
> >
> >
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> >
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