Bottacco

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Really useful utility that saves a lot of time in programming network related AppleScripts. I wish the author includes editing network settings for other interfaces and not only viewing in future versions. By the way, why is it an application and not an OSAX? Thank you very much for this little but helpful utility.

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Version 1.0
teleportteleportReview
Bottacco
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One of those lifesavers in everyday's work for those of us who have to work with several computers and monitors on the same desk. I love this little utility.

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Version 1.1.3
Bottacco
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After the last comment I wrote here answering to another user, one of the developers contacted me to let me know that version 3.3.4 solved most of my problems… but YOU HAVE TO USE THE EXTENSION and not the bookmarklet. As I was using the bookmarklet because of some problems in the past with the Safari extension I didn't realize the full potential of the upgrade. Now Web Snapper works in pages that require log in (but you have to login first and be in the page you want) because it captures the whole code of the page and puts it in an SQLite database while it creates the PDF, so it works with most of the authenticated pages I need to capture (I have tried quite a few). Also, the extension works really well, so I am forgetting about the bookmarklet altogether. So, to wrap up the comment I made earlier here, I have to say that Web Snapper works again like it did in the PPC era. I really liked the app even some of the quirks it had afterwards, but now I completely happy with it again. Thank you to Tasty Apps for their great software and cheers from Spain.

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Version 3.3.4
Bottacco
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The best way to capture long web pages without breaking them with pagination, or to save in one PDF those multipage web tutorials or articles. For me it is a basic tool in my web browsing. I have been using since the original product (Red Snapper) and it has worked well except in those periods of OS version changing. Lately it had some trouble with Mountain Lion and Mavericks, but this latest version (3.3.3) is working great. Worth the price if you browse the web for info retrieval or archiving.

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Version 3.3.3
Bottacco
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Please MacUpdate people, stop letting developers post apps as free when they are a demo. This is misleading for the user.

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Version 1.2.027
Bottacco
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The best Mac download manager… but it is a pity that the developer decided to close business. I will continue to use it until it stops working, because I have searched for a replacement and there is nothing that comes close to its features and integration. I am sad the developer closed shop because it had several really good apps.

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Version 5.3.0
Bottacco
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After many years using MacoPolo and struggling with different hacks to make it work in newer operating systems, finally a replacement comes out. ControlPlane is great, works with all modern versions of Mac OS X and incorporates many of the functions that didn't work under MarcoPolo. As a consultant that moves around all the time, changing configurations anywhere I go, ControlPlane is a real time saver. Thank you for continuing what MarcoPolo started

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Version 1.4.0
QuitQuitReview
Bottacco
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This is a great CLI utility. It should be included in Darwin by default. Thank you to the developers for something useful and free. Cheers from Spain,

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Version 1.8
Bottacco
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Despite all the angry people about how Apple jumped from Final Cut Pro 7 to X, this is great software. Sometimes you have to destroy what you have to create something really good… even Microsoft learned it after so much compatibility layers over the years. Was it hard for me to change from FCP 7 to X? Yes, it was hard and a leap of faith, but I it paying out. I do recommend this editor to everyone, prosumer or professional.

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Version 10.0.9
ColumbusColumbusReview
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Really nice utility if you have a Columbus 900 GPS Logger. I have one and I had to do many conversions before just to use the tracks recorded on a map. Now, with Columbus Viewer, I just load the original files from the logger and I can see the track on a map, elevation data and speed in a graph with some compiled info. Really nice and free. I am in no way affiliated to Columbus or to this software, but I do recommend both of them if you are a Mac user that likes outdoor sports.

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Version 1.3.0
Bottacco
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By the way, does this software support the new Columbus 990 or the simpler 800/800+? I suppose so, because for what I have seen the logger file format is the same, but I just wanted to ask in case the programmer knows for sure or is willing to look into it and say so in his software.

Bottacco
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My pleasure and keep up the good job you are doing. About the 990/800/800+ I don't have a unit of any of them, so I can't help you with that. I just stated it because I thought their file format has to be very similar or exactly the same. I was planning to get one V800+ on eBay, but before doing it I wanted to know if Columbus supported them. I hope so.