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Thread: Still using eJuice Me Up? I've got something better!

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    Heyyyy Breakthru at least make your program compatible with things like Cross Over so Mac/Linux users can run it natively without requiring a VM that would be a very welcome step towards a native Mac version. I run heaps of Windows programs in CrossOver on my mac, starting the VM is a last resort!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sushiaddiction View Post
    Maybe this will make it all better. ejuice me up does work
    You bet it does .. +1 for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by jman View Post
    Heyyyy Breakthru at least make your program compatible with things like Cross Over so Mac/Linux users can run it natively without requiring a VM that would be a very welcome step towards a native Mac version. I run heaps of Windows programs in CrossOver on my mac, starting the VM is a last resort!
    I hear you brother
    I'm surprised that EJMU doesn't run on Cross Over. Perhaps it's the required Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 requirement.
    https://www.codeweavers.com/compatib...e/?app_id=9471
    Last edited by breaktru; 08-03-14 at 02:22 PM.
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    Sorry eMu, I just find the others simpler to use ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by breaktru View Post
    I hear you brother
    I'm surprised that EJMU doesn't run on Cross Over. Perhaps it's the required Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 requirement.
    https://www.codeweavers.com/compatib...e/?app_id=9471
    No love unfortunately. Followed instructions and get a 'no valid parameters' error when trying to run eJMU, followed by 'there is no windows programs configured to run this software'.

    Pretty much the same experience as last time I tried to get it to run happily in cross over
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    I'd still use eJuice me up, even if I didn't think it was the best calculator. I like to support people that give much to the community without asking for much in return.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davee View Post
    I'd still use eJuice me up, even if I didn't think it was the best calculator. I like to support people that give much to the community without asking for much in return.
    My reason exactly...also that it runs local .. not on line or in the cloud.
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    Hey Mo,

    Is there any database of recipes floating around anywhere I can load into this. Same goes for ingredients. That would be cool. saves me all the heartache



    Money spent Vaping: Who cares, I'll live long enough to earn more!

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    As I run exclusively Apple hardware & software, the dot1ml program is the best for me as it runs in a browser.

    I've used Vaping Cobra's calculator ever since I started DIY'ing, but the inability to save recipes was a real drawback for me.
    Cheers!
    Dave.A
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    How do I calculate the 1ml site to use doublers or triplers?

    Out of all of the online calculators, 1ml looks really snazzy and mac-like

 

 
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