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I know it's not officially supported, but I have tried some of these:


  • Blackfire - Crashes whenever I try to login, and;
  • iFire - Stops responding when I try to login.


HMMMMMMM.

wottodo?
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Blackfire works fine for me. Try delete the preference file for it and re-open.
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Quote from JOSH- on the 1st of March 2012:
Blackfire works fine for me. Try delete the preference file for it and re-open.

How to?

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Blackfire is better than regular xfire imo.

Cleaner interface, runs smoother, and less buggy.

The only annoying thing is the automatic spell check!
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Quote from Zenji on the 2nd of March 2012:
Blackfire is better than regular xfire imo.

Cleaner interface, runs smoother, and less buggy.

The only annoying thing is the automatic spell check!

And the fact that it's for Macs.
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goto home folder / library / preferences delete any .plist from blackfire
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i would recommend blackfire it has a cool addon + its the most stable one of the two you mentioned imo.
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I have the solution. Buy a real PC.
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Quote from HxC FTW on the 18th of July 2012:
I have the solution. Buy a real PC.
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Fuck off, idiot.
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Quote from HxC FTW on the 18th of July 2012:
I have the solution. Buy a real PC.

Before trying this (even though it's not a bad idea) maybe install Windows Media Player and see if it runs as an alternate program. It doesn't usually crash for me (reliable) and I think most people use it for what you want (widely-used).

You can even save playlists to listen to for next time!

Best of luck =).
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Quote from RuFaLiN on the 18th of July 2012:

Before trying this (even though it's not a bad idea) maybe install Windows Media Player and see if it runs as an alternate program. It doesn't usually crash for me (reliable) and I think most people use it for what you want (widely-used).

You can even save playlists to listen to for next time!

Best of luck =).

I do think that this is a suitable fix for his situation. Although Windows Media Player is a great idea, I would highly recommend using the Windows Update program to try update any outdated files. If that doesn't work then you might want to use Windows Fax and Scan to fax or scan me what you think is wrong and I can fax or scan it back to you.

Good luck
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Quote from HxC FTW on the 18th of July 2012:
Quote from RuFaLiN on the 18th of July 2012:

Before trying this (even though it's not a bad idea) maybe install Windows Media Player and see if it runs as an alternate program. It doesn't usually crash for me (reliable) and I think most people use it for what you want (widely-used).

You can even save playlists to listen to for next time!

Best of luck =).

I do think that this is a suitable fix for his situation. Although Windows Media Player is a great idea, I would highly recommend using the Windows Update program to try update any outdated files. If that doesn't work then you might want to use Windows Fax and Scan to fax or scan me what you think is wrong and I can fax or scan it back to you.

Good luck

I can't believe I didn't think of that earlier. Nice call!
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OMG SUCH A TROLL.
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But macs are just so amazing, the hardware isnt as good for the price obviously but they are built so nice and work so well
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