Re: [nbos] First impressions of AS3 with a netbook.
"Dan Williamson"
Thu Jan 5th, 2012

I ran AS2.01 last night on my new Windows 7 system and when I selected the
first system and clicked on the + to expand the first planet the whole
program froze for a second or two and I thought it was going to bomb, but it
did come back. This never happened on Windows XP. This was on a sector that
I had created and populated a while ago on the previous computer.

I wonder if there is a relationship to what you ran into with what I ran

Mountain View, CA

-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Mike Oliver
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2012 3:56 AM
Subject: Re: [nbos] First impressions of AS3 with a netbook.

I have a Toshiba NB100 running Ubuntu Linux 11.10 and have been doing
some tests trying to get AS3 to run under the Wine Windows emulator.
Everything seems to be OK until I try to access the System Data details
on the side panel - the whole thing then crashes and my notebook

I presume you're running a Windows OS but maybe you could confirm and,
if not, let me know what OS you have. This might give me some clues as
to what to do.

I also plan to visit the Wine Forum to raise a question and see what joy
I get.



-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Douglas Jackson
Sent: 04 January 2012 02:07
To: NBOS Software Mailing List
Subject: [nbos] First impressions of AS3 with a netbook.

After not reading much on the list about how AS3 works on netbooks I
decided to take a gamble and see what happened if I tried it myself. I
have to say I'm *REALLY* impressed with how it works on an earlier model
netbook (Asus EeePC 1000H). I wouldn't say it flies (the opening spin
of the map chugs a bit) but it's not moving at a crawl by a long shot,
and I love how multiple star systems are rendered now. "Nifty" as a
descriptive barely begins to cover just how good this program is. :)
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