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In the past, I remember Phil Schiller demoing an app called Fun House, which is an image editing application. If I understand correctly, it comes with Tiger for free. However, you must install the developer kit yourself in order to use it. I've installed the developer kit, yet I still cannot find the app. I have installed a few additional extras in hopes of getting the app installed, but still, I am not seeing it, where it is suppose to appear. I'm sure that the app is suppose to show up in HD/ Developer/ Applications/ Graphics Tools/.

I'm using this website for direction, but it still isn't doing the trick to help me find this app:
http://futurosity.com/?id=64

At this point, I have installed the following packages off of the install disc without any avail for getting Fun House app installed:

Developer.mpkg
Apr2004XcodeToolsExtras.pkg
DeveloperTools.pkg

Can anybody give me any direction?
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I can not say what gave me it precisely but I have what you want I think. I did a stock install of Tiger and did the install of the developer tools. If I <Ctrl>click on an image and do an open with I have an option called Core Image Fun House.

If you can give me an idea what to look for to help you on your quest I would be happy to assist.
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*iWhat slaps forehead* It's just one of those days, Kokopelli. I popped in the Panther install disc and not Tiger install disc. Argh! But, thanks a bunch, because your reply made me go into a much needed deep thought, and that was when I got my much needed revelation that I, in fact, messed up.

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So have you tried Fun House out yet, Kokopelli?
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I could be wrong but I think Fun House requires a graphics card that supports Core Image to work. I know on my iMac there are a few things that really lock up the system in the program. There really isn't that much special about it but its a cool little extra

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So have you tried Fun House out yet, Kokopelli?
I have fiddled with it a bit. It is an interesting demo on the effects of Core Image but that is about it. I am not really a graphics guy though. I guess it was fun in the "let's waste 30 minutes of our lives" kind of way.
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Yeah, I just thought, if it's there for my using, then I'll take what I can get. It seemed pretty interesting, when Phil Schiller demoed it.
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