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One thing Acorn has over many other graphics programs is screen color accuracy. If you specify a color in Photoshop then use a tool like xScope to sample the color off the screen it's not exact. Same goes for Pixelmator, Sketch, GraphicConverter. Acorn gets it right.
Still trying to wrap my head around this. Why doesn't Apple use this if it's built in? Trying to think of potential drawbacks -- for example, you should probably exclude Dropbox or other shared folders if you're sharing with anyone pre-Snow Leopard or, I'm assuming, Windows users...
Love the app. The most thorough of the uninstallers, and the CleanCommunity is very useful. Hate the new purple logo.
Bartender is a new must-have. I'm suddenly able to use the menubar functionality of apps for which I had turned it off, like TextSoap, Moom, Hazel, I even enabled the Keyboard Character Viewer. It makes iStat Menus more useful, as well. All are tucked neatly out of sight until I need them. Seems very stable, too.
... And still hanging on launch in Mountain Lion. Probably tIme to take off the bold red "What's Hot" treatment, MacUpdate...
Anyone have anything to say about more recent versions of this?
I'm always baffled why MacUpdate doesn't give this essential utility the bold red featured treatment. First thing I always install on any new Mac.
Well, the description says free, and the comments say free, but it's listed as $4.99 in the App store... Alas, another 64-bit app I can't use on my early Intel PowerBook Pro.
Unfortunately, like so many other apps now, this requires a 64-bit processor (so does Quick Sprites). I'll have to wait... unless the developer feels like supporting a 32-bit version.
I suppose the convenience might be worth it to some, but seems overpriced for a one-trick pony. Also, many banks allow you to download CSV files directly.