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    Does anyone here find it outrageous that they havnt made them 64-bit Compatible yet? I have no problems with any other product vendors! Its very frustrating!
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    I can only assume making a plugin 64 bit requires a lot of work. There is a lot of native instruments software that isnt 64-bit compatible.

    They'll have to do it soon, shant be long before 64 bit becomes standard.

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    The only thing I find outrageous is what they charge
    I really...really...REALLY have no idea what I'm talking about...AT ALL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melsi View Post
    Does anyone here find it outrageous that they havnt made them 64-bit Compatible yet?
    Wow. A pretty luxurious thing to be "outraged" over, isn't it?

    I was also outraged the other day when I found that the refrigerator on my Gulfstream G650 was running low on mint jelly for the rack of lamb. I would have fired the entire ground crew over that one, but then I would have had to empty the ash tray myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthSIDE Glen View Post
    I was also outraged the other day when I found that the refrigerator on my Gulfstream G650 was running low on mint jelly for the rack of lamb. I would have fired the entire ground crew over that one, but then I would have had to empty the ash tray myself.
    I @#$%'ing hate it when that happens! How did you cope? I trust you immediately dispatched a messenger to replenish the jelly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KineticSound View Post
    I @#$%'ing hate it when that happens! How did you cope? I trust you immediately dispatched a messenger to replenish the jelly.
    No sir, I got a new jet.

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    There is something about the phrase "Replenish the Jelly" that doesnt sit quite right with me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffleness View Post
    There is something about the phrase "Replenish the Jelly" that doesnt sit quite right with me...
    But what a great album title!

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    Best thread all month.

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