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Version 2.2 - published on 26 Nov 2013

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    Anonymous

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    it works

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    Anonymous

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    The value to my life increased after I began using this tool. With this new value and meaning, I have found my life’s direction. And it is good.

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    Kurtis Cantley

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    Thanks for considering my wishes! The wheel scrolling and window resizing work great!

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    R. Edwin Garcí­a

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    Extremely convenient! I am a big fan.

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    Kurtis Cantley

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    Pretty convenient (and fast!), but I guess I have a “wish list.” First, certain minor things that would increase productivity don’t work, like mouse wheel scrolling in emacs. Also, it is a little difficult to work inside a window inside a window inside my browser. It would be really nice to have more size control over your virtual desktop (what if I have two monitors?). The lastest version of Rappture is on this system though, and this is the nanohub, so you don’t have to worry much about an application developed on another cluster not working when you try to deploy it.

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    Rezwanuzzaman Chowdhury

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    gracias

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