Perry Clarke
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Bozo Clown commented on 31 Oct 2009
Neat. Works for me on PPC 10.5.8
[Version 1.1]


Bozo Clown reviewed on 01 Aug 2009
The best VNC client I've found and I think I've tried most of them. Fast, easy to use and full of clever features. Author updates the app on a regular basis.
[Version 0.98.34]

Bozo Clown commented on 30 Jun 2009
The app can't login to Twitter ... I suspect things have moved on since June 2008.
[Version 1.2]


Bozo Clown reviewed on 04 Apr 2009
Firstly, I'd advise some of the folks who don't like the "newspaper" look to choose a different program. The "traditional RSS reader" has as many issues as Times does, just different ones. Secondly, this is definitely a 1.0 product which is trying to do things in a new way ... some things are just poorly conceived and some of the good stuff is poorly coded and crashes but the intent is clear and the possibilities with some refinement are very cool.

So what's to like? The "like a newspaper" layout is a refreshing change and for the most part works well (it's even better than a newspaper because you can scroll different columns independently) though it's unclear how to add content rather replacing what's already there. The "page turning" is a nice visual queue and keeps the reader in context as one skips from article to article. The inline pictures are well done and break up the text nicely.

On the other hand, some things crash Times pretty hard. Deleting a feed for example and when it crashes any changes you made are lost as it doesn't seem to save things as it goes along. I've also gotten into a mode where Times will "turn the page" twice when you view an article which gets old (eye candy once is nice, twice is annoying). The first thing I had to do was add Times to APE's Master Exclusion List because it crashed as soon as the main window opened for me.

I think the best way to decide if you like Times (and can live with its rough edges) is to try it and see. That's the joy of shareware.
[Version 1.0.5]


Bozo Clown reviewed on 14 Jun 2008
Awesome tool! Merge individual files or entire source trees with ease. DiffMerge wins because I can work much more quickly with it than with FileMerge because there's never any doubt what the merged file is going to have in it. The only feature I can think of adding is a context menu option to copy missing files from one tree to the other. Recommended!
[Version 3.2]


Bozo Clown reviewed on 09 Feb 2008
Brilliant! Finally something worthwhile on my Services menu. I feel like I've been able to upgrade Coda to include a HTML formatter without having to wait for a new release. Note that you really need to create a TidyService.conf file in your home directory to get the most out of this service, the defaults for Tidy aren't that interesting.
[Version 1.1]


Bozo Clown reviewed on 01 Dec 2007
Nice mini app which does what it says. Developer is very responsive to feedback. No more stars in my menubars! Yay!
[Version 2.1]


Bozo Clown reviewed on 08 Sep 2007
These are command line utilities for manipulating media files that work well. You need to be comfortable working in the Terminal and you need to read the first page of info displayed when you double-click the installer. If you want a GUI app look elsewhere but don't ding this one for not being that app.

Documentation can be viewed using the command:

open /usr/local/share/doc/QTCoffee/How To.rtf
[Version 1.2.4]

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