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Suggestions / Re: Requesting Mac Version
« on: June 13, 2010, 04:13:59 PM »
I disagree that owning an iPhone leads to wanting a Mac.  In fact, after using iTunes on my PC I realize how much I can't stand Apple as a company.  They make a good product in the iPhone, but if iTunes is any indication of how Mac software works, I'll never own one.

General Discussion / Re: 50 chip and 500 chip simular color
« on: January 03, 2007, 06:09:51 PM »
How about getting rid of the T50 chip altogether?  If you have T25 and T100, you really don't need a T50. 

Suggestions / Re: non-integer chip values
« on: February 27, 2006, 07:09:22 PM »
Are you ALWAYS right?   ;)

Thanks for the VERY quick reply.

General Discussion / I think I'll have to buy this!
« on: February 27, 2006, 06:53:50 PM »
Well, I was a bit concerned about paying for v1.3 because there hadn't been any (public) updates in such a long time.  I didn't know about the beta version 2 in the works so I was heavily leaning to buying another vendor's product.

Well, now that I know that TD is actively being supported, I think I'll pony up the $25 and make myself legal.  This new version is a LOT more complicated than the old one, so I'll have to spend some time figuring out the screen layouts and such, but I think it's a great program.

One of the things I like about TD is the one-time purchase fee.  I host very few games, and paying monthly for a subscription really doesn't fit my needs.

I'll be testing it out on Saturday with a 9 player tourney (perhaps a couple more) consisting of my boss, his wife, and a bunch of our co-workers.

I'll check back with the results.  (Last year it ended heads-up with me vs. the boss.  I busted him.  ;D)

Suggestions / non-integer chip values
« on: February 27, 2006, 06:41:14 PM »
Maybe I'm alone here, but I have $.25 and $.50 chips in my set (NJ Skulls) and as far as I can tell, TD2 can't handle non-integer chip values.

I'd like to do a $10 tourney and give everyone $10 in chips rather than $1000.  I don't have very many $25 and $100 chips.

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