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on 22 Nov 2013
Coda 2 is nice. I like the "integratedness" of it;)
But if Panic would please please please make Coda 2 remember Preview URLs for websites! I often have reference websites open in Preview tabs, so I don't have to switch between Coda and my browser.
It would be nice if Coda 2 remembered these Preview URLs between sessions, so I could use each Site as a workspace, ready to go the next time I start up Coda 2.
Espresso does it. Coda 1 did it nicely, so Coda 2 should too.
on 04 Aug 2013
on 13 Aug 2012
Just wanna add my rating to this nice piece of software. I also wish DiskWarrior could boot without a disk like iDefrag can.
PS: Current version is Mountain Lion compatible!
on 19 May 2012
on 16 Nov 2011
How about some fullscreen support for Lion? It's been quite a while since Lion was released and most of the other apps I use already has fullscreen support.
Come on Team Panic!
on 15 Aug 2011
This seems to be a paid fork of moneyGuru - which is legal since moneyGuru is open source, yet however, I find it somewhat appaling to just rip off the work of the nice guy behind moneyGuru.
on 01 Aug 2011
After installing Lion it worked for a few days, then all of a sudden, it will not launch.
All in all this app feels slow and badly programmed.
on 25 Jul 2011
I find the banner ads of this company and their product to be appalling. Making the banners blend in and look like they're from the Macupdate staff. I'm also amazed that Macupdate wants such credibility damaging crap on their site.
on 25 May 2011
Wanted to call up to their server on bootup. I denied that via Little Snitch. Next up came a login window prompting me to log in with my "Sencha account" ... how lame.
[Version 1.0 Beta 1]
on 11 Apr 2011
I love alternative to-do approach and loathe David Allen's crazy GTD method (after having tried to implement it for years) but there's one problem with this app:
It will not scale. I can say that because having input 5 tasks, I already feel ambivalent as to what to do, and what's most important. Imagine having input several hundred tasks into thirty projects or so... I get stressed just thinking about the mayhem that would visually be presented to me.
The ideal to-do manager would be an app that helps you cut down on all the mess and competiting tasks.
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