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Cube Timers For Mac's... ????

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Hi,
I have a Mac computer and I have searched around but cant seem to find any cubetimers for macs (not online ones like cubetimer.com)

So Basically what I'm asking is:

Does anyone know of any cube timers (to download) that work on macs (free software)?

Also if you do where to get it from?

Thanks :confused:
 

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Learn some basic computer skills :p

As for getting JNetCube and CCT to work on mac there are lots of threads on this here and they all boils down to: "Use OSX 10.5 and keep it updated with the latest java"

Only thing a bit uncertain is if it is possible to get CCT to run on a PPC mac.
 

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Learn some basic computer skills :p
I have basic computer skills, just not those related to java etc.
Well you asked about how to unzip a file. That is in my book basic computer stuff, hey even updating java is basic computer stuff.
Its not that I cant unzip it, it wont let me it has the error message which I posted above ^^^^
If you get that error then usually there is something wrong with the file. It could be a broken download or something like that. Sorry for sounding rude, it's just that we get a lot of questions from people that don't even try first. Good luck.
 
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Learn some basic computer skills :p
I have basic computer skills, just not those related to java etc.
Well you asked about how to unzip a file. That is in my book basic computer stuff, hey even updating java is basic computer stuff.
Its not that I cant unzip it, it wont let me it has the error message which I posted above ^^^^
If you get that error then usually there is something wrong with the file. It could be a broken download or something like that. Sorry for sounding rude, it's just that we get a lot of questions from people that don't even try first. Good luck.
Its ok, I have been trying, I wouldnt of asked if i hadnt tried :)
 

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Dude seriously just unzip the file and double click on the .jar file.

I use Windows and on Windows you need to first install JRE but then on Mac I think you dont even need to do that. I have been using Jnet for sometime and it is brilliant
 

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It actually took me a while to get CCT to work on my Mac.

The thing that worked for me was going to "Java Preferences" (Spotlight it) and dragging "Java SE 6" to the top of the application versions.
 
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