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I must say I'm impressed! After importing some results into my beloved Canvas (on the dark side through Parallels at the moment, but it just might come back to Mac) which for one of its minusses has a lousy Trace tool, ungrouping resulted in fully editable vectors, I'm quite alright with manual tracing, but I prefer this route anytime. Yes, there are other better tracers around, but they all carry rediculous price tags, so at the moment I'm quite happy with this one, thank you very much! Minus one star because of the lack of any documentation (hey, I might miss some obscure extra's which I don't know about).
Great one as ever Pier Luigi, thank you vewwy much and have a few on me!
Works as advertised for *moi*. Minus one star for not sticking with the Instant Scan Off settings (done in the Retrospect Pref Pane nowadays) after updates. Nota Bene: I know there have been problems with the Instant Scan feature, but I have it switched off anyway because it doesn't fit with my work flow.
Don't upgrade to 2.0.7 because on Mavericks something goes wrong. Suddenly it doesn't find anything in Firefox anymore so cookies I know got placed are not deleted, while it keeps balking out long listings from Safari which is not in use AFAIK is empty bar a few keepers. So CS has gone haywire for the time being.
On Mavericks Vox is Sandboxed, which means it won't show up in the excellent Hear anymore for sound enhancements. Bummer!
Sorry Synium, but it's end of the line for *moi*. Mainly because of unmissable Rosetta needing software I'm still on 10.6.8. However when in the future I upgrade my OS I won't go with the then version either because I will NOT be forced to pay the full amount again in that 'orrible, 'orrible AppStore, thankyouvewwymuch!
OK, so where is this "hidden" setting to get a KB back to 1024, please?
YES! Finally my Nisus.rtf docs when double clicked open in Nisus again and for instance the TextEdit.rtf ones in TextEdit. Same for PDFPenPro & Preview. Creator is back, the way it should be. Are you listening Apple? Probably not and the dumbing down will continue, why doesn't that surprise me anymore? Thanks to the developer for this one! The changed Snow Leopard behaviour was driving me nuts. And with a kazillion unmissable Rosetta apps that's where I have been bolted down. Apple calls it progress, you know.
I gave the URL provided with my original purchase in 2006 another try. Logged on without a problem and downloaded the Zipped software file. This time it turned out to be the latest 3.6 version. It asked for a serial number and I got a nice Thank you! after entering my original one. Up and running without a hitch.