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iFunctions Revamped Reviews

3.1
22 May 2012

Advanced customization for Mac OS X.

Old-Peter
29 September 2011

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Doesn't actually add something new compared to Onyx or iTweax.
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Version 3.1

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Discov
29 April 2013
Cannot find or download iFunctions Revamped 3.1. Where is it? The download doesn't work with MacUpdate. Thanks
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Version 3.1
Filthy-Peasant
01 October 2011
this is the best download i have downloaded since itunes congratulations will on making such a good app! keep up the good work :)
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Version 3.1
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Will Lumley
Will Lumley
02 October 2011
haha thanks :)
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Old-Peter
29 September 2011
Doesn't actually add something new compared to Onyx or iTweax.
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Version 3.1
Pripyat
05 September 2011
Nice functions, but it's limited compared to the amount of "secret" tweaks available for Mac OS X and other apps of this kind, such as TinkerTool or Deeper. Also, the UI really needs a redesign.
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Version 2.0
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Will Lumley
Will Lumley
05 September 2011
Thanks for your input :) I agree with you and am working on this at the moment :)
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NotUsed
05 September 2011
Transparenty???
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Version 2.0
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Will Lumley
Will Lumley
05 September 2011
It's not completely transparent, not completely visible. So "transparenty" seemed right :) I do admit, it does seem a bit unprofessional but I was extremely tired while making that part. I am studying for the School Certificate and have a lot more to worry about.
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NotUsed
NotUsed
06 September 2011
Just remove the Y and it'll be grammatically correct.
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mpmoran
mpmoran
26 September 2011
I like transparenty
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Will Lumley
Will Lumley
29 September 2011
haha yes it has been changed with this new update
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PorkPieHat
PorkPieHat
29 September 2011
A more important point is that transparency is the most overrated, pointless and counterproductive design element of at least the last decade. I have 2 shareware and 3 freeware apps that I must work hard to read, and I use them as little as possible as a result. Is that what developers want for their creations? Apple and other companies created and then worked hard to perfect transparency for a desperate and inane reason — to make it seem like their new OS (or a dev’s new app) has enough new features to actually call it a “new OS.” In computing, we’ve evidently reached the point where there’s very little left to invent that is truly beneficial. So, many top players (and those in related industries) now spend their days beating dead horses with great urgency.
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xXJacksonXx
03 September 2011
Great little app :) Pretty functional except for the screensaver thing, which I hardly use anyways. Very time saving :)
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Version 2.0
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Will Lumley
Will Lumley
04 September 2011
Thank you :) Yea the screensaver thing has an issue on newer models, am working on it currently :)
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