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5.3.3
15 December 2017

Simple bookmark manager for connecting to UNIX machines.

Gaoshan
29 August 2007

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Used it for a long time but now, when trying to launch a session with iTerm, JellyfiSSh will launch iTerm, iTerm will promptly hand and crash and then JelllyfiSSH will hang and become unresponsive. Works fine with Terminal, just not with iTerm.
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Version 4.5

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Solefald
20 June 2012
Great little tool. Needs a few improvements. I literally have hundreds of hosts that I connect to, so nested groups and ability to have menulet with submenus would be great addition. Icon is kinda lame. Im using this one: http://www.iconarchive.com/show/character-icons-by-martin-berube/Monster-icon.html
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Version 5.3
Michael-Vilain
04 December 2011
While 4.5.2 works great and is FREE, I'm wondering what possessed this developer to release the next version in the Mac Store for $4 with very little different or improved over the older release. Is it greed?
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Version 5.1
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Mikaelf
Mikaelf
05 December 2011
So...when you work all week with whatever you do...is a paycheck every other week greed on your part?
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chaseerry
24 January 2011
Works great. Simple and easy to use. Thanks!
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Version 4.5.2
ivan
01 August 2009
Thanks. This app is exactly what I needed to connect to all my Unix hosting accounts.
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Version 4.5.2
Gaoshan
29 August 2007
Used it for a long time but now, when trying to launch a session with iTerm, JellyfiSSh will launch iTerm, iTerm will promptly hand and crash and then JelllyfiSSH will hang and become unresponsive. Works fine with Terminal, just not with iTerm.
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Version 4.5
Anonymous
21 February 2005
Used to use this program all the time but I thought the new version of Terminal does everything JellyfiSSH does. Am I wrong about that?
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Version 4.1.1
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Anonymous
Anonymous
02 March 2005
Terminal doing what JF does? Not even close.
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Version 4.1.1
Anonymous
04 January 2005
Nice-looking program. It would be great if there were a way to manage port forwarding as a list, instead of just as a string. You could have separate fields for host, port, and local port, along with add/edit/delete buttons.
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Version 4.0
Anonymous
31 December 2004
Awesome! I knew I needed some way of remembering IPs so I could log onto the computers on my networks, but I never thought to look for an application that did it for me. I stumbled across this, and it's perfect! As Adams said, it's a little app... but it does its job, and it does it well! Kudos to Marcus for making such an awesome app :-)
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Version 4.0b2
Mike Pacific
09 May 2004
This is awesome! Two requests: A "connect to all" button and a menubar item. Great work!
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Version 3.1.1
Anonymous
23 December 2003
If I attempt to change the text color in a bookmark, the Modify and Connect buttons no longer respond... dual G5, 10.3.2.
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Version 3.0
Philip Deatherage
16 August 2003
This has been a lifesaver! I use it daily and without ever a problem! I own a webhosting business and need to manage my servers by SSH - this is great - I have found nothing better! How about a good FTP program? :-D
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Version 2.1.2
Anonymous
19 March 2003
Such a simple lil' application, but it helped me make the "switch". As a network administrator, I can easily connect to all my remote sites via SSH from my Mac. Cheers to the author!!
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Version 2.1