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    List of Universal Binaries
    I found THIS while searching around, and I thought it might come in handy for some people. It is a list of released and not-yet-released Universal Binary programs.

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    as interesting as that link is, its not a list of universal binaries. Its internet statistics.
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    Oh jeez. Well, I fixed it. The link must not have copied or something. Sorry

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    don't worry about it.. i bookmarked that link because it was interesting.
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    Here is a another good one, straight from Apple.
    It has a search box so if you already know the application name, all you have to do is type it in. If a result shows up, it is Universal. If you get no result, it isn't. Simple as that. :black:

    http://guide.apple.com/universal/
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    Quote Originally Posted by PowerBookG4 View Post
    don't worry about it.. i bookmarked that link because it was interesting.
    I spent a good amount of time on it. Internet stats are always interesting

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