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Posted by Stephen Zeoli
Sep 1, 2017 at 03:42 PM

 

Hi, Graham,

Two things:

First, is Ariadne still being developed or are you just using a legacy version from years ago?

Second, I’ve been using version 9 of TheBrain and I haven’t found it to be buggy—there are some missing features though. Have you tried it lately?

Steve Z

Graham Rhind wrote:
> and Ariadne thrown in
>as and when the need arises.  I am looking again at The Brain for a
>current project but version 9 is still incredibly buggy and missing a
>lot of features from earlier versions.

 


Posted by Chris Murtland
Sep 1, 2017 at 03:51 PM

 

I use Windows 10 on a Dell XPS 13 and have an iPad and an iPhone. Thought about buying a MacBook last time, but the cost was prohibitive. I’m happy with the Dell, though.

FYI, here are the visitors to the forum by operating system for the past year:

1. Windows 42.00%
2. Macintosh 29.90%
3. iOS 15.68%
4. Android 7.59%
5. Linux 3.62%
6. Chrome OS 0.77%

 


Posted by Graham Rhind
Sep 1, 2017 at 03:59 PM

 

Stephen Zeoli wrote:
>Two things:
> >First, is Ariadne still being developed or are you just using a legacy
>version from years ago?

I’m using the legacy version 5.20.70 from yonks ago.  It is still being developed (up to version 6.32 now), very slowly, but that is such a different beast from version 5 and I find it unusable in its current form.

>Second, I’ve been using version 9 of TheBrain and I haven’t found it to
>be buggy—there are some missing features though. Have you tried it
>lately?

Yes, daily. It doesn’t sync, the note pane has loads of issues .... I have a number of support tickets outstanding, and just checking the forum daily highlights many new bugs.  I think their choice to make version 9 the preferred version for download was premature, though I know many people find it stable enough. I still prefer version 6, and only moved to version 9 because of the cloud syncing, which I need for this project, but as that currently doesn’t work .... :-(

 


Posted by Lothar Scholz
Sep 1, 2017 at 04:25 PM

 

I’m using Linux, Windows, MacOS. Currently my workstation runs a Linux Ubuntu Desktop where i use developer programs and Atom for markdown notes. Our private computer in the garden is MacOS where i spend lots of time now, including work time (thanks to a home office job).

The free accessable netshare statistics are pretty worthless. The average makes no sense, first you have Windows in all the restricted office spaces and all the 3rd world. Usage in western/industrialized nations and among people who use computers for serious work is much higher. Even Linux is among programmers in the 10% range now (thanks to Win-10 spy ware).
PS: My workstation is an hexboot system (Win7, Win10, Linux, Hackintosh, Solaris, FreeBSD). Why? Because i can and it makes me look like the best geek in the company.

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Sep 1, 2017 at 04:39 PM

 

If you could slip in iOS and Android emulators you might be the hacker-king of the universe LOL

Lothar Scholz wrote:
>PS: My workstation is an hexboot system (Win7, Win10, Linux, Hackintosh,
>Solaris, FreeBSD). Why? Because i can and it makes me look like the best
>geek in the company.

 


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