Tiny Player for Mac version 1.4.3 is out now. This update brings back the flat icon, adds ability to click right time indicator to toggle remaining/total track time and 1 bugfix.
Tiny Player for Mac version 1.4.2 is out now. This update brings a new design for the “empty playlist” area and 2 bugfixes.
Tiny Player for Mac version 1.4.0 is out now. This update brings cover art in the main window. Use the horizontal split divider above the playlist to adjust.
Drag the divider all the way down to collapse the playlist completely and show just the playback controls and cover art.
And of course going 100% tiny is still an option, too.
Tiny Player for Mac version 1.3.0 is out now. This update brings the following improvements:
- Control center and media keys support
- Customization of displayed track information
- Fix sorting of files dropped on Dock icon
- Winamp-style keyboard shortcuts (ZXCVB)
- Drag playlist items into other apps as files
See the full changelog for more details.
UPDATE: version 1.3.5 is out now with some fixes.
Tiny Player for Mac version 1.2.13 is out now. This update brings the following improvements:
- Optimized for Apple Silicon Macs
- Big Sur style icon
Recently I purchased a Raspberry Pi. I wanted to try building & running Devastro 2 on it. Would it be fast enough?
I got the the Raspberry Pi 4 model B with 4GB of RAM. It’s a cute little device. Packaging and branding are top notch. Installed the official Raspberry Pi OS. It works.
There were a few things I had to adjust in my code to make it build with the default clang 7 compiler.
Unfortunately I couldn’t get the game to run. There was some mysterious problem with the OpenGL drivers and I couldn’t figure it out. Running out of time I had scheduled for this experiment, I decided not to pursue this any further. The Pi is sold and I’m focusing on the other platforms.
It would be great to have a simple game focused OS for the Raspberry Pi.
All it would do is run games directly on the device, with no setup required and without any interference. I could distribute a bootable image containing a copy of the OS and my game. It would be guaranteed to work on every Pi, every time.
- Console only (no X server or other GUI)
- OpenGL driver (or Vulkan)
- Audio driver
- Game controller support
- SDL support
- Not necessarily Linux based
When I see the new 400 model I think it is clear that an official Raspberry Pi notebook is also in the cards and I’m looking forward to that. However for my game I need the software part to improve as well.
I just got charged 0.30£ by Niantic, the publisher of Pokemon Go, to verify my age during the user registration process. The payment was initiated from the iOS app and done through a web form. No IAP.
Now I can only hope Niantic doesn’t charge me for something my kids do in the game.
This is exactly the kind of thing I fully expect Apple to protect me from.