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Disk image for version 21 is not recognized by Snow Leopard (10.6.8). Have the requirements changed to a later version of OS X?
Package installer fails on my 2009 MacBook Pro 13" running Snow Leopard 10.6.8 with all available Software Updates installed
Ugh, the 1.5.x update installs Keystone, Google's spyware/auto-update mechanism.
Version 4.6.2's Default Folder X Helper keeps crashing continuously on my Snow Leopard (10.6.8) MacBook Pro. Reverted back to version 4.6.1 and the crashing stopped.
When I launch Smile it also launches Skype. If I delete Skype, Smile opens a file selection dialog on launch asking where to find Skype. Why is this happening? I'm not using any scripts to launch Smile and there's nothing in Smile's preferences that refers to Skype.
I prefer the Franker (https://code.google.com/p/franker/) Safari extension. It's unobtrusive, I have it set up so it appears only in the contextual menu, no toolbar icons. You can choose to translate entire pages or just selected text (for when you need just a little help with a language you're learning). It can be configured to use either Google Translate or Microsoft Translator, and it's free.
Currently only supports Google Chrome and Firefox, not Safari nor Opera
The ability to reorder rows would be useful
Thank you for adding #Shares, Value, Value Change, Portfolio Value and Portfolio Value Change! Makes it way more useful. BTW, it doesn't seem to understand market index stock symbols such as ^VIX (CBoE Volatility index), ^W5000 (Wilshire 5000 index)… the only reason I'm withholding 1/2 star
@Sbchavel I tried .VIX and .^VIX -- neither worked.
How about adding columns for * number of shares * current value (number of shares * current price) * $ gain/loss (number of shares * change in price)
@Paul Young Take a look at Ticker. It does a similar job and manages to show a lot of information in a compact space (albeit by truncating long names). It still works, at least on Snow Leopard, but hasn't been updated in a long time. I'd switch to Stock Quotes if it showed the value of my portfolio.