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The second night in Edinburgh is about to begin. The first one doesn’t really count given that the entire day was pretty much lost to travelling. The train trip up was fun though. Having people to talk to, and space to breathe really does make a hell of a difference. The second leg (Stevenage to Edinburgh) took around 6 hours but I hardly noticed.

Today we had a bit of a practise in the morning followed by a relaxing day to prepare us for the stress to come. Laila, Alex, Jon and I went to the seaside. Photos of which can be seen on the Project Steve blog. After the beach, there was a well deserved pub.

I really love Edinburgh. The quality of the air up here is always so crisp and refreshing. Just breathing makes me feel like I’m cleaning my insides out.

Tomorrow is our get in. Luckily it is at the civilised time of 2pm but before that I have a publicity meeting with TSOB at 12pm and a Steve meeting at 10am. This, coupled with the inevitable flyering, means I should be pretty busy tomorrow.

The Internet connection here can be described as ’spotty at best’. My phone, when it has 3G + HSPDA is absolutely wonderful. When it has 2G, it sucks donkey balls. Luckily I have found a magic location within my room where 3G goodness can be had. One bar of goodness, but goodness nonetheless.

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From:(Anonymous)
Date:August 29th, 2009 10:45 pm (UTC)

hallo

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Are you going to update Desktop manager to be compatible with OS 10.6?
From:(Anonymous)
Date:August 31st, 2009 02:56 am (UTC)
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I'd like to second the request for Desktop Manager for Snow Leopard - I miss this already!

Desktop Manager is small and simple. It's the only one which allows me to switch spaces with no transition, and is the only one with a menu pager.

I'll gladly donate to get this program working again on snow leopard.
From:(Anonymous)
Date:September 4th, 2009 06:10 pm (UTC)

Oi

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As odd as it may be, I found that an older build of dt manager works on Snow leopard. ???? Build 0.5.3 works.
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