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Abramurkwian reviewed on 23 Feb 2014
It is an excellent piece of software. Do not be misled with its frugal interface - it is powerful backup engine. With the embedded, editable "scripts" it is possible to configure a lot of backup options. Rock solid and stable - I cannot imagine working without it.
[Version 2.7.2]

Abramurkwian commented on 13 Feb 2014
Version 3.2.1 was unusable on my Mac Pro 2010 with 10.9.2 (immediate crash). The current version does not have this issue anymore and now everything works as expected. Thanks!
[Version 3.2.2]


Abramurkwian reviewed on 23 Jan 2014
Just to say - really great IDE for a very affordable price. Many very well integrated components, very stable. I use it for several months and almost every day discover interesting new features. Definitely recommended for every amateur and professional HTML/Javascript/CSS/PHP developer.
[Version 7.1.1]


Abramurkwian reviewed on 16 Nov 2013
While this utility is neither necessary nor recommended for SSDs, it does a very good job for standard HDs. I use it since... do not really remember for how long!
[Version 2.2.6]


Abramurkwian reviewed on 04 Nov 2013
Great little app, highly recommended.
[Version 1.8.8b3]


Abramurkwian reviewed on 26 Sep 2013
Definitely the best cross-platform C++ framework ever! Good C++ knowledge and a few Qt extensions is enough to create excellent, professional looking GUI applications, with a look and feel typical for the operating system used. The installation is clean and easy. On the Mac, Objective-C programming skills are not needed at all. With a Qt-Creator one can design and create GUI in minutes. Of course, the same can be created "by hand" from scratch. Qt is based on a "signals-slots" concept, similar to the "sender-receiver" used in OSX. It is easy to learn, the application examples and the on-line documentation are very helpful. Qt is free for non commercial use, so one can learn it as long as needed.
Important - on the Mac, the newest version of XCode (with Command Line Tools) must be installed.
I am not connected with Digia Inc. (the current owner of Qt) in any way - I have just used it for over 2 years and I am excited about all its features.
[Version 5.1.1]


Abramurkwian reviewed on 23 Sep 2013
I have successfully used this app since non-commercial beta version. It is excellent! Without bells and whistles it does its work very well. Every new release is better, remaining quick and compact. It does not need an installer - it works out of the box. You have to pay for this app only once - all upgrades are free of charge! I totally agree with pacman's review. If you need a good PCB layout program for a Mac do not hesitate - buy this one.
[Version 1.1.23]

Abramurkwian commented on 21 Sep 2013
This version crashes on my Mac Pro 5.1 (Radeon 5870, 10.8.5). Anyone has the same issue?
[Version 4.2.1]


Abramurkwian reviewed on 17 Sep 2013
It is simply extremely useful utility...
[Version 8.0.20942]

Abramurkwian commented on 27 Jul 2013
This is a nice, small utility which simply does what it is designed for. But there is something I cannot understand - you can copy/paste your new CSS file, but there is no way to save your work! Without the basic open/save options this program is almost useless... or am I missing something?
[Version 1.31]

Abramurkwian had trouble on 09 Feb 2014
V. 3.2.1 crashes on my Mac Pro 2010 (10.9.1) - EXC_BREAKPOINT (SIGTRAP). Surprisingly, the previous version works fine...
[Version 3.2.1]

Abramurkwian had trouble on 26 Sep 2013
Nothing has changed since 4.1.1. It still crashes on my Mac Pro. Older versions (prior 4.1.1) work fine. Any ideas?
[Version 4.2.2]

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Abramurkwian replied on 26 Sep 2013
On another 12-core Mac Pro with NVidia GT120 it does not even open...
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