Heh, figured as much. Apple isn't moved one bit by morals though, nor by 80% of the developers staying away. At least it'll take a few years before users 'forget' they can get software on websites. Perhaps there will be well known/used app store alternatives by then. Or we'll be using another OS (without autosave/versions).
Sorry to hear about losing the Windows sources. That must be weeks of work at least!
I do have a few remarks on that one as well if you want them:
- It doesn't parse directories when dropped into the playlist (unknown file error)
- It's quite a bit slower than the Mac version parsing archives and multiple files when dropped on the playlist. Mac is instant, Win takes a few seconds.
- The window isn't resizable. Not a real problem but a bit annoying on a 1920x1200 screen with a lot of items on the playlist.
- Stops after playing one file (same as Mac version). Would be nice to see both versions behave a tad more like an audio player with a playlist. Now both versions are 'single song players'.
Other than that it just works. I like that it doesn't need to be installed.
If you also want to hear something about the emulation code, some PSF2 files still stop playing after the first second (FF12, believe it was mentioned here already). Haven't noticed/remembered anything else.