Andreas Dettloff
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Anapat reviewed on 22 Mar 2014
Excellent little program. Does exactly what it's supposed to do. I tested it on a website I designed in Create hosted on a FTP server. What a pity that all my other websites are on SFTP servers !
[Version 1.2.1]



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Anapat commented on 25 Jan 2013
It would be a dream if it was free, but it is commercial software, of course. On their website they say "Price and availability : PixelConduit is distributed by dvGarage Inc. as part of the Conduit Suite bundle. The price is 199 USD, which includes both PixelConduit and the Conduit plugins for popular applications (Final Cut, After Effects, etc). There's a free 90-day trial version available. Try PixelConduit now and see for yourself what it does!"
[Version 3.0.1]



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Anapat commented on 28 Oct 2012
This tool is getting better and better. Since version 2.6.2 Fopydo can compete with some of the best professional OCR software that is out there. The Tesseract OCR engine it uses really does a very good job here. Great!
[Version 2.6.2]


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Anapat replied on 28 Oct 2012
Okay, it's still latin characters, but I can tell you it knows french accents very well. As I say Fopydo is almost professional OCR software now.
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Anapat commented on 30 Aug 2012
I had a short test of this native Gimp version 2.8.2 on my wife's MacBook 2,26 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo that runs Mac OSX 10.6.8 Snowleopard. The program works very nice. This is a huge step forward for all Mac OSX users ! I had a look at the Preferences and now it seems you can even link the program to one of your CMYK profiles like in Inkscape ! Which means that we got another step closer to color proofing in Gimp. For me color proofing was the only reason why I still had Photoshop sitting on my computer. To newcomers : you can find heeps of manuals and tutorials on the Internet for this program. I prefer it to Photoshop, because the menus are logical. Here at least you find "flatten" in Layers, the place where it should be.
[Version 2.8]



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Anapat commented on 10 Oct 2011
Okay, obviously there are fake reviews but still this is an excellent program for tweaking images that have too much contrast, when there is no more detail in shades an lights. When I use it I just prepare three pictures from a raw file in tiff, one with correct metering one underexposed and one overexposed, then the program mixes them for me and I just push the slider to where I want. Personally, I still want the result look like a photo, but if you push further you can obtain something as hyperrealistic as Dali's dreams.
[Version 1.3.2]



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Anapat commented on 10 Jan 2011
Fugu is still the best for SFTP ! Even though this software is six years old now, it still works on Snowleopard and it is very quick. A must have ! Just a hint for Aljuk : look at the preferences, you will find everything you need !
[Version 1.2]



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Anapat reviewed on 06 Jan 2011
I love it ! (André Breton)
[Version 0.9.1]



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Anapat reviewed on 28 Sep 2010
I totally agree with the comments posted here. Sketch is a great application and it works very well on my Macbook Unibody 2.26 GHz ! It has a lot of features that makes it even better than overpriced Illustrator and free Inkscape altogether, but unfortunately it is not standard compilant yet. Exporting a document to svg and opening it in Inkscape and vice versa gives you a very approximate result. I hope that this will work in the near future, because it would be so nice to have a native Mac OSX program for svg, especially for the great price ! All the rest works very well and is much more intuitive than all the other vector programs. If you have Snowleopard, a bigger screen and just need export your graphics to png you should go for Sketch, definitely !
[Version 1.0]



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Anapat reviewed on 05 Sep 2010
Amaya really looks good on paper: browser, WYSIWYG editor, new technologies and for free. But when you download the Mac OSX version you can experience the flaws of this application very quickly : it is absolutely not optimized for Mac. On a Power PC G5 you must wait 32 seconds until you can start working with it ! I think it's world record for an application like this, if you compare it to Seamonkey for instance that is also a browser and WYSIWYG editor that launches in four seconds ! What a shame for Amaya !
[Version 11.3.1]



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