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Question: can I use this software without the visible keyboard? All I want is the sounds. The video implied "no."
I cannot persuade the demo to open a PDF file. Acrobat, Preview, and PDFpen will open it, and 2 out of the 3 will OCR it. Is the demo crippled, so that it won't open PDF files? Drag/drop do not work. Nor does opening from the menus - pdf files are grayed out. The web site claims this software will process PDF files.
Well reviewed by http://brettterpstra.com/2013/12/23/a-few-of-my-favorite-mac-apps-in-2013/ BUT, why can't I do 90% of this by creating my own folder of aliases to all these locations and programs, and sticking the folder in the dock (or finding a way to put it in the menu bar)? And, isn't this the whole idea of the Favorites folder? For $15, seems steep to do a more elegant job of something I can do myself. I'm happy to be persuaded, but so for it does not make sense. Responses welcome.
Edit: I should have listed this as a comment, but did not see the menu in time. My * rating is based on the review by terpstra.
No longer works under Mac OS 10.7 or later (Lion, Mountain Lion). Here's what the developer's web site says: Eudora Mailbox Cleaner is a PowerPC application and requires Rosetta to run on Intel machines. This means that Eudora Mailbox Cleaner will not run under MacOS X 10.7 (Lion)
I've been a champion of PRH for years, but I can no longer recommend. It causes my machine to kernel panic or freeze, under OS 10.7.4. The price was right - free for 90% of the functionality - but I paid for the upgrade just because I liked it so much. Now I'm looking for a replacement. SOME program like this is essential.
I've been using EagleFiler for at least 2 years now, and it has gradually taken over almost everything that I used to do with files and folders. I have 3 libraries: One for my main research and reading documents, one for the courses I teach, and one for computers and hobbies. Total documents approximately 10,000. One key to its value is that all files stay in their original formats and can be accessed by any other program. One reason it's faster to manage files than the Finder is ease and speed of searching; another is the automatic preview of almost any kind of document. i'm trying to give 5 stars on "Features" but I'm running into a bug on Macupdate.
I need a replacement for PTH Pasteboard (which seems to have some problems under Lion), so I tried CopyPaste, which I last used 5 years ago. Answer: CopyPaste runs under Lion, BUT CPU utilization went up drastically. At first it was 30% (of one processor; 15% overall). Then it went up to ~100%. Even when not in active use. So I've dumped it. Fortunately I didn't pay yet. Is this normal under other OS's, or is it just under Lion?