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Acorn is fantastic for those who want a graphics editor modeled after Photoshop which does 90% of what a person needs without all the heavy duty features and price that Photoshop gives you. I HATE Pixelmator because Pixelmator has too dark of an interface that makes it harder to use and unappealing to start. I would rather use Photoshop any time than Pixelmator. Sure Pixelmator's interface is "cool" but it isn't as useful nor as easy to use as Acorn's interface. Pixelmator also has some arcane ways of doing things. Acorn is much more straight forward to use. For heavy lifting, I love Photoshop. There simply is no other substitute - particularly with the 3rd party plug-ins that GIMP will never have. But for quick rides around town - like on a sports car - Acorn wins. And its price is about the same or less expensive than Pixelmator's price.
The best settings utility. Thank you for your time and work and for making it free, Marcel.
Unfortunately, this is 5 year old software. This software was created for Mac OS X 10.6. But we are soon going to be at OS X 10.10. And less and less of this app work as time goes on. Sad to say but it is time to let go. Alternatives include: 1. TinkerTool - free 2. Deeper (and its parent Onyx) - free 3. iTweax - free and 10.9 compatible, but whose developer is unknown, has no address, thus is suspicious. 4. MacPilot - not free - costs $30.
iTweax is great. I am happy it is free. But I am horrified. My greatest misgiving about iTweax is that the developer is UNKNOWN. He/she has no name, no email address, no physical address. Thus, if the developer sold iTweax to a MALWARE COMPANY, we would get infected with iTweax as the trojan.. Thus for our safety, I recommend staying away from iTweax since it needs administrative rights to use. And this gives it the open door to introduce MALWARE into our Macs. iTweax's developer has to show his/her name, email address, and physical address so we know they are taking responsibility for their work and our safety.
Unfortunately, Yazsoft has closed up shop as of 3/2014. Development was no longer sustainable. So their developers thank all of us for a great ride -- and all the fish. ShareTool, their most important app is being given away free by bainsware.com. It allows you to connect to your home network vis ssh tunnel.
Microsoft's keyboard and mouse drivers were good for their day. However, currently they are dead software. They have not been updated in 3+ years. They no longer work with the latest keyboards or mice from Microsoft. And since they are so old and dead, they place you at risk of system errors and crashes with OS X 10.9 and newer.
Unfortunately, it is dead. Wondershare AllMyMusic for Mac apparently is a goof replacement.
This looks like a joke - a bad joke. It doesn't appear to have been written with any advice by a physician. If the developer were serious about creating an electronic health record, then he/she should realize there are federal regulations that he has to meet and certify the EHR. If the developer were serious about creating an electronic health record, then at the very least, show us a progress note entry form sample. I don't see any screen that shows us as basic a document as a progress note. If anything, this app is simply an attempt to lure people to buy it rather than provide a real service to physicians. Daylite can do a much better basic job than this app.
Docker is / was the best of the Dock personalization apps. Unfortunately, it is incompatible with OS X 10.8 and 10.9. The last update was 3 years ago. The developer as of 11/2013 reported he lacks time to commit to updating Docker. Sad.
Too bad DockDoctor has been dead for 6+ years. I would love an app that can personalize the Dock in OS X 10.9