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I would love to see Vegas Video ported over. It would be a major plus for linux for those who edit video. Also the programs associated with it like, Acid Pro and Sound Forge. That would be awsome. Also (this might be pushing it) Visual C++. I don't know it as well as i do Visual Basic, but Linux needs a visual Programmer and not just the console, but that might not ever happen.
My Hope and I even sent e-mail to the Owners of it.
Activeworlds a 3D chat world and I am a paid registered cit there and with Linux Slackware installed I can not use it. www.activeworlds.com e-mails email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. They will claim it is required to have IE installed to use it and activex to maintain it. I am never going back to Windows and wants to get away from those DLL and VXD issues. I hope to see this very soon, because I am a Building teacher there and also Support for Linux, and other os issues. Being a new user, over the past week I have learned so much about linux and how it is worked, I have gotten all of my hardware to work excepting this Photosmart 1215vm of which I have also contacted HP on getting Linux Drivers for it (Native) not hacked. :lol: I am super happy I am now a Registered Linux User too. Tells MS to get out and Fix it or die.
Last edited by BenneJezzerette; 03-20-2005 at 08:02 PM.