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Bort1611 rated on 30 May 2013
[Version 7.0]



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Bort1611 reviewed on 30 May 2013
Yes, it is only available through the MAS, this is very clearly explained by the developer on their website. However I believe it is unfair for "reviewers" to give the program a low rating because they do not like the distribution channel. When programs are updated to include new features which only work with the latest OS, there will eventually be a time to upgrade to the latest hardware as well. Some people will have the hardware and the OS to support those features and some will not. Some will be happy to buy through the MAS and some will not. There is a demo available so no-one is forced to purchase blind, without having a chance to try it out. I rate the program for what it is and what it can do. I still maintain it is the best Mac app for genealogy. Five stars. Issues with the MAS or regarding communication with the developer should be assessed somewhere else, IMHO.
[Version 7.0]



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Bort1611 reviewed on 30 May 2013
I reiterate the comments I made on a earlier version: Excellent program for genealogy, beautiful and stylish, versatile and a real joy to use. Of all the Mac genealogy apps I have tried it is simply the best value for money. Is under active development and there are regular updates which add new features. Like any software you need to learn the ins and outs but once that's done its easy and straightforward to add and import data. Media handling is good, charting is excellent, the 3D family tree is unique. I've been using it since version 4. Recommend.
[Version 7.0]


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Bort1611 replied on 30 May 2013
Yes I rated it twice—without thinking, not that that's an excuse, more of an explanation.
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Bort1611 reviewed on 15 May 2012
This is a trivial comment I know, but is there a corresponding app called "PinkyAnd"?
[Version 7.0.4.1]




Bort1611 rated on 17 Feb 2012
[Version 6.2.5]



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Bort1611 reviewed on 17 Feb 2012
Excellent program for genealogy, beautiful and stylish, versatile and a real joy to use. Of all the Mac genealogy apps I have tried it is simply the best value for money. Is under active development and there are regular updates which add new features. Like any software you need to learn the ins and outs but once that's done its easy and straightforward to add and import data. Media handling is good, charting is excellent, the 3D family tree is unique. I've been using it since version 4. Recommend.
[Version 6.2.5]


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Bort1611 replied on 17 Feb 2012
By "under active development" I don't mean "underactive." My point is that the developers are actively working on improving the program and adding to its features.
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Bort1611 reviewed on 06 Aug 2011
Quick response form developer with regard to bug, this app makes scenes quickly and is fun to use. Does not have the complexity of Bryce or Vue, and this is reflected in the price. Good introductory app for 3d rendered landscapes.
[Version 4.1]



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Bort1611 reviewed on 04 Aug 2011
Not working properly in OS X Lion (release version). Main tabs are blank when options selected on left.

Initial view is fine with the first option selected, clicking any other option makes main tab go blank.
[Version 4.0]


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Bort1611 replied on 04 Aug 2011
Still not working in 4.1 :(
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Bort1611 replied on 06 Aug 2011
Works great now, looks like a lot of fun. I've used Bryce in the past and toyed with Vue, this is a quick and easy way to create some nice renders without too much complexity.

Bort1611 rated on 17 Jul 2011
[Version 3.18]



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Bort1611 reviewed on 23 Nov 2010
Excellent program. Free alternatives (i.e. MozoDojo and MacOSaiX) don't have the speed and functionality of Mazaika. Yes they are free, but I've found them to be interminably slow and prone to crash, especially with larger mosaics.

No such problems with Mazaika. You get your money's worth with this one.
[Version 1.2]


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Bort1611 replied on 23 Nov 2010
My mistake, MojoDozo is $30, not free.
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