BillHicks
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BillHicks commented on 27 Oct 2013
I booted it up to see if it would show the dialogue box and ask which disk I wanted to make after the Mavericks install. It did start-up and show the proper dialogue box, but I had to force quit it to shut it down because it would not respond to command Q.
[Version 3.0.1]


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BillHicks replied on 27 Oct 2013
Yes, I tried it with the newest release, 3.0.1. I even went to your page for the download to be sure.
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BillHicks reviewed on 20 Aug 2013
Overall this is the best programme of this type I have seen, I have no complaints but I do have a suggestion. I think anyone who is uninstalling one fan control, such as SMC FanControl for example, should reset the SMC, because on both my Mini and iMac the default value was still that of the SMC FanControl's and not the factory default. For example my Mini should be 1500 RPM but even after uninstalling with CleanMyMac and restarting and then installing MacFC the default was still 2950 RPM which was SMC FanControl's default value I had set it to.
[Version 1.1.0]




BillHicks rated on 08 Mar 2013
[Version 1.0.1]



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BillHicks commented on 08 Mar 2013
I have not used this for anything yet, but when you open the force eject for disk there is a typo that says "Eject Suck Disk."
[Version 1.0.1]



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BillHicks reviewed on 06 Mar 2013
I have a license that expires never, I'm happy to say. The new extensions manager feature is great. Programme's I had deleted that had left behind plug-ins that I didn't know about, that were still attached to my contacts are now gone. Worth every penny!
[Version 2.0]



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BillHicks reviewed on 21 Feb 2013
It all works now, but before it worked I had to uninstall iTunes by using the Terminal commands:

codesign -vvv /Applications/iTunes.app

cd /Applications/

This brings you into the Applications directory, the next command deletes iTunes itself:

sudo rm -rf iTunes.app/

iTunes had become corrupted somehow and the fix was not going to be WBC, but now it all works fine.
[Version 1.9.3]



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BillHicks reviewed on 19 Feb 2013
You could just have a link on the app's drop down that opens the terminal and then types "purge" in the terminal. Seriously though I like this app, easy to use for any type of user.
[Version 1.7.2]



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BillHicks reviewed on 27 Jan 2013
If not for CleanMyMac this could have been a lot worse. I got it to redo some album art, and instead of getting better album art (.jpg) it messed most of my collection up. I recommend skipping this download.
[Version 2.4.8]



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BillHicks commented on 05 Jan 2013
Had to get rid of it nothing worked.
[Version 12.0 rc3]




BillHicks rated on 19 Dec 2012
[Version 7.0.1.8415]



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BillHicks had trouble on 10 Jan 2013
I asked Telestream on their forum why my plug-in keeps disappearing, but they refuse to answer my question because they say that my plug-in version does not exist, does anyone else have the plug-in version 2.5.0.1?
[Version 3.0.0.126]


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BillHicks replied on 10 Jan 2013
Nevermind they finally said it existed.
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BillHicks had trouble on 05 Aug 2012
It doesn't get the lyrics in iTunes 10.6.3, Mountain Lion, I uninstalled it.
[Version 4.2.1]



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