2.0 Development: Mac OS X in News Posted April 18, 2013 I would like to echo Lee's comments and say this is a great achievement I have been with apexdc++ (peerweb++) probably since about the time of it inception or not long after. In my time i have been in the support forums, tester, donator and also naively tried to do some of the dev at one point. I was also one of the members always actively pushing for a linux client. That was until the time the the project managed to make some leg-way in developing a linux client, when i unfortunately dropped of the planet. Over the years lee has asked me to get involved again and i have stopped by made some promises and vanished again. I guess one of the reason this was easy to do was because the project was moving on very well without me. Then a few months back possibly the end of last year lee came to me with a working linux client (beta), i was excited but when i got it i realised i still had no where to run it, my linux machine is pretty much headless and i now have a mac. That said i did test it out and was impressed. it was on my list of things to work on. Then lee sent me the following 6:47:29 PM Lee: http:///Screen-Shot-2013-04-07-at-17.06.48.png Changed status to Idle (6:51:14 PM) Changed status to Available (6:51:44 PM) 6:53:18 PM john : what am i looking at? 6:53:24 PM Lee: apex on mac? 6:53:38 PM john : oh yes nice 6:53:44 PM Lee: i know you are unfamiliar with GUI's but come on So yes i have now managed after many years to run apexdc on my laptop with a gui*. It is nice to be back and any mac users will be lucky o get a chance to test this. Thanks Lee, Crise, Gevorg and anyone else that has helped make this happen. *for anyone interested im using ncdc on my server but it dose not support segmented downloading . its ncurses but if you run irssi you might be interested in ncdc.