Krishna Sadasivam
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Bob-Weiner commented on 18 Jul 2008
Would be nice if there was a preference in place to overwrite remote files that already exist on the server with newer versions. Transmit has this. Forklift needs it to make me switch over completely.
[Version 1.5.3]

Bob-Weiner commented on 27 Apr 2008
Same AppleScript error for me. Wish I had read the comments before trying it on my Dual 2GHz G5 (running 10.5.2)
[Version 1.9.4]

Bob-Weiner commented on 06 Nov 2007
Solid product that works as advertised (and then some). I rely on PowerController for its alarm capabilities each and every week. It's an elegant, easy-to-use program that is highly customizable and low on system resources. Highly recommended.
[Version 2.1.3]


Bob-Weiner reviewed on 16 Jan 2007
The app is now at version 0.5 - which now sports QIF importing. Clearly, this program is a work-in-progress, and I think it will improve by leaps-and-bounds when version 1.0 appears. Version 0.5 adds a much-needed accounts feature, and it works well overall for savings, checking, and credit card transactions. There are a couple of minor niggles I have about entering a transaction (I should be able to add a plus or minus before a transaction to indicate whether or not the transaction is an incoming our outgoing one). I haven't been able to get the Bonjour folder sharing mechanism to work (I'm testing on a G5 Dualie and a Macbook Pro).

But beyond those two complaints, I think the UI is spot-on and very intuitive. I've registered a family pack in anticipation of version 1.0 - when it's released. In the meantime, if you are looking for a very basic personal finance software manager, download a trial version of Cha-Ching and give it a whirl.
[Version 0.4]


Bob-Weiner reviewed on 22 Jun 2006
Camino 1.0.2 finally caused me to switch over from years of Safari use. This browser is FAST, feature-rich, and feels like a true OS X application.
[Version 1.0.2]

Bob-Weiner commented on 20 Apr 2005
Application unexpectedly quits upon launching. Test machine is a single processor G5 1.8GHz Mac running OSX 10.3.9. This app sounds promising, so I'll "stay 'tooned" to see if the author fixes the problem.
[Version 1.0]

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