- Is Simplify a player?
- Simplify is not a standalone player. To use Simplify you firstly need to launch your favourite player and start playing music within it.
Simplify, instead, lets you control one of your desktop or web-players. Install Simplify and forget about switching to player's window while controlling its volume, seeking track, switching current track, viewing current track name and artwork.
- How to allow remote machines to control mine?
- By default Simplify allows only viewing of what's coming on on your machine. To allow remote machine controlling yours, go to Simplify's Preferences -> Network tab and check boxes of machines names you want to allow to control.
- What are the supported Mac OS X versions for Simplify?
- Simplify is supported officially only in Snow Leopard (10.6) and Lion (10.7). It may run in older versions of Mac OS X, however we do not provide support for these environments.
- Can I use Simplify on all my Mac systems?
- Yes, your purchase allows you to install Simplify on as many personal systems as you desire.
- My jacket doesn't work!
- If you have any problems with creating your own jacket, you can contact us on email, Twitter or Facebook and we will do our best to help you.
- Some jackets don't work under Mavericks! What to do?
Unfortunately, Apple rejects Simplify 3.0 because of the new features we try to introduce into our application.
Thus we cannot hotfix some of issues and bugs in Simplify. Sorry for that. Still, you can hotfix jackets issue using the following steps.
You need to quit Simplify, if it is running, and download the hotfilx file which contains two modified default jackets.
Open Terminal.app and paste there the following command:
open ~/Library/Containers/pixelmates.Simplify/Data/Library/Application\ Support/Simplify
A finder window should appear with jackets inside. Unpack downloaded hotfix.zip and move its contents to that window replacing all files. Don't forget to restart Simplify.