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However, this link appears to download Build 071128, from Nov. 2007. What I downloaded does not appear to differ in any way from the version I already had. Even a direct download from the website gives me what appears to be an old version. Am I missing something?
Yet another in a slew of apps that won't allow a demo. For $2 more, you can get this: http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/16710/xgestures From everything I can see, it's a lot more full-featured. It has a proven developer. It works in SL. (And if it has problems in Lion, I'll bet my paycheck he gets it fixed promptly.) Oh, and you can take it for a spin if you want to try before you buy. Jeez, what a sensible policy that is.
I need a demo. This looks interesting. But when I go to the web site, all I get is: Cannot Load Address too many HTTP redirects Think I'm going to give them my money, sight unseen?
You wanna windowshade without APE? Go here: http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/36082/deskovery It's not as full-featured as Unsanity, and it's pricier, but it works. And it's not dependent on Rosetta.
Like so many new apps, no demo. So, I went to the developer site, figuring I'd at least find audio samples. But no. I get a nearly blank page with nothing but the following: ----------------- An anonymous person wrote: Same thing as above. It won't stay open. An anonymous person wrote: This app won't stay open for more than three seconds An anonymous person wrote: An anonymous person wrote: ss ----------------- Then there's a blank text box for me to write additional comments (I think). And for this I should pay $2.99, sight unseen? Really? What hath the App Store wrought?
Last I checked, this still did not have the ability to assign a hot key to its windowshading feature. That's the only thing I want. Is this feature there yet? Thanks.
No demo? Why should I buy this, based on the reviews and problems I'm reading?
Demos, people. When can we start getting some freaking demos again? If I can't try, I don't buy.
I would truly like to try this program, but I refuse to pay money to be a beta tester. I see nothing on their site about a money-back guarantee. This whole App Store stuff has led to a slew of apps being released that require you to "buy or not buy." Why can we no longer test something before purchase? I'm not trying to knock this developer. But I have to wonder if sales hurt because at least some of us would like to take a program out for a spin before making a final decision.
Have we seen the end of demos? I'm not blaming this app; all of the App Store items seem to be "buy or nothing." And whereas many might offer you your money back, the hassles of that are not worth it to me.