I've been around a wile and searched quite a bit but still cant find a good answer. Can someone explain what makes RR a front-end that should only be used by people how know what there doing? I read the write-ups and it seems straightforward. Are there bugs or maybe the program isn’t compatible with all system setups. I’m using Centrafuse 2.XX now and am getting a little board with it.
I would like to try RR with all the great skins but would like to know the frustration I’m walking into. Please note that I’m a Electrical/Mechanical Engineer like many of you so I’m used to trouble shooting and dealing with buggy product. I’m fairly proficient with computer software but have a systems admin friend how keeps the blue screens at bay.
If you cant DODGE em, RAM em.
The basic functions of RR are actually very simple. Download the setup, install a skin, and use the RR Config developed by Blue ZX3, you can have an up and running frontend with the basic features in 10 minutes. Just read through some of the posts and you'll be customizing RR to be exactly as you see fit.
A while ago when I was first introduced to RR I thought that it was over complicated, but that was before the all inclusive setup file and the RR config. Now its just as easy as clicking a few buttons and choosing a few options.
Thanks, both of you.
After reading more and hearing what you two are saying it sounds like It used to be much more complicated to get RR were you want it but now it is "more" plug and play. People like me that are new to it still see the old post about how difficult it is was and are miss-lead.
I'm going to install RR this weekend.
What do you thinks is the best way to set up a duel front-end? (besides just auto loading into one or the other and then closing it out and opening the other one)