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Is it me, or did they revamp the iTunes visualization program? It looks a lot closer to G-Force than it used to. More things flying around and such. It also gets fewer frames/sec on my G4/450/Radeon 7000, and now allows my iBook 600 to use OpenGL for the vis- causing absolutely no change since it appears that the new vis program uses up more resources than it used to.

Anyone else noticing differences?
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yes my friend noticed differences also, i told him he was crazy, but maybe he was right, anyone have an old version of iTunes to check screenshots with?
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So far, each time iTunes has been updated the visuals have also been.
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[quote]Originally posted by Toadie:
<strong>Is it me, or did they revamp the iTunes visualization program? </strong><hr></blockquote>

Are you sure you're not using that new 'Kaleidostrobe' thingy? I downloaded it with the new iTunes and it looks an awful lot like the 55ware stuff.

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