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Write or Die Desktop Edition uses the Adobe AIR framework, the same framework that powers applications like Tweetdeck. It is widely supported and works on Windows Mac and Linux. Should you have any trouble, please use the resources below.
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Check your spam folder, sometimes it ends up there, I do not know why. Working to remedy this problem.
As long as all the computers belong to you I don't mind one bit. If you're installing a "backup copy" on your friend's computer, I might be a little ticked. It's only $10 after all. If you are unable to access the download link on your second computer, just email me and I'll help. Note: If you are a teacher and plan on using Write or Die in a classroom, let me know and I will accomodate you as best I can, I also plan to release a special edition just for teachers if there's enough demand
The draggable area of the setup window is the title area, where is says "Write or Die Desktop Edition. Click there to drag. I'm planning a workaround for this but for now, that's how.
I'm looking into this problem. Let me know which sounds don't work for you.
Sounds aren't supposed to play in Kamikaze mode. Normal mode has evil sounds for consequences. The other modes only have the victory sound, which I plan to make optional if you need to be stealthy.
I am only able to support MP3 files with the current sound playing libraries. Since MP3 is the most widespread audio format, I intend to leave it this way as I'm not even sure it's possible to support other formats. iTunes supports converting m4a files to mp3 so you could try that.
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