Long time user, and it synced with dropbox over a year ago and no longer syncs. The proper way to report the problem is to log into their forum and post a query there. However their recaptcha prevents forum registration. The recaptcha requires the user to type this phrase into a box, "reCAPTCHA V1 IS SHUTDOWN" Upon typing it in perfectly, the Antlogic registration page returns an error and won't allow anything further. Hopefully the AntLogic webmaster will read this and realize that his recaptcha is blocking registrations. Thank you.
I downloaded the trial and bought it 20 minutes later. It's stable, unobtrusive, eminently customisable and just what I need to manage my writing projects.
I'm still playing with customizing it, but so far, it's a lovely little app with a small memory footprint at a perfect pricepoint. Trial it and see for yourself.
Osx 10.10, mac mini 2.8. dual monitors.
Maybe I'm missing something but,
I've purchased an older version (I think 1.5.4) and have been updating (untill 1.6 ?) without problems.
Since the last couple of versions I'm asked to buy it again.
Is this as it should be?
This is all you need if your are looking for an easy to use To-Do list right in front of you, on your desktop. This app looks like Apples Stickies, but have those features built in a To-List manager must have, like ability to sync to your mobile devices and alarms. It collapses on your desktop into a translucent strip and opens as you mouse over it. Look no further.
Love this app. Colorful, syncs with my iPad, has easy open and close menu bar access of multiple lists. I can quickly jot down an ideas without stopping my work flow and later transfer them to a bulkier app if need be. I also use it to remind me of procedures I use only occasionally, notes of where I keep items I don't use very often or what my students had trouble with that I want to review in another lesson plan.
I like this app a lot. With the default settings I find the interface quite ugly, but it provides a lot of flexibility for fine-tuning the appearance and the behaviour, so that you end up with simple lists of to-dos that look just as you like, that can be directly created/edited/deleted without any redundant dialogue boxes, and that synch simply and automatically over WiFi with the equivalent iPhone app. I like it as much for what it doesn’t have as for what it does.
The only irritant to me is that the global hotkey is not fully global: it has to be hit twice when TDL is not in focus and once when it is, which seems illogical. Otherwise, good value and top marks for usability.
trying it out now,
it feels very well, easy to use, lightweight and clear.
Developer is fast, helpful and friendly too.
It is stable, costs almost nothing and is esthetically costumisable.
I'd like some more functionality (internal linking between lists or their items etc.), but this is going towards outlining software, which may not have been the intention.
A dollar is a dollar. Lots of them and it adds up. Out of the 28 apps I've bought I use 3 of them. One is Lion.
Don't be an ASU (App Store User).
This is unworkable. We miss you, Steve.
It's like the Miles Davis Quintet without Miles.
Cool, but not hip.
This app is excellent. Well-thought-out, stable, integrates perfectly with iCal, and customizable. The price is more than fair - it's a bargain. The developer is very, very responsive. And they update it regularly to add new functionality and fix any problems they're aware of.
This is just the kind of app I'd be inclined to buy.
If I could try it first.
But I can't.
So I'll keep looking at the alternatives.
Another lose-lose situation, brought to you by the MAS.
By the way, developer, I'm not trying to slam you. It's the App Store that's the problem here. Please find a way to demo this. Also, you said that there's a problem with Menu Master and that you've contacted the developers. I can promise, you will NEVER hear from them and probably need to look for solutions without their assistance. Unsanity never writes to anyone. Read any of the reviews for their products. Thought you should know.