Bupkis
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Bupkis reviewed on 31 Jan 2012
The new user interface, borrowed from the iOS clients, is awful. Much harder to get any kind of overview of what configuration options are available.
[Version 6.0]



burypromote

Bupkis reviewed on 24 Jan 2012
I use this program every day, but only for certain files. If I have to move any large amount of data, I get much better speeds with YummyFTP. Not only that, but in those circumstances, Transmit is slower and also tends to max out my CPU. YummyFTP uses a lot less CPU.

So why do I still use Transmit? The interface. It is a lot easier to navigate servers in Transmit than in YummyFTP (which has a horrible interface). Whenever speed is not of the essence, I'll use Transmit. When speed is what's needed, YummyFTP blows it out of the water.
[Version 4.1.7]



burypromote
+1

Bupkis reviewed on 16 Sep 2011
Advertising? Well, we knew Microsoft would ruin Skype and now they have. I'll pass on this one.
[Version 5.4.0.1217]



burypromote
+2
Bupkis tipped on 19 Oct 2010
Never had a problem with LS before but this upgrade made it so I couldn't log in to my account on OS X. Turning off LS fixed it.

Something wrong with this one, I reckon.
[Version 2.3]



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Bupkis tipped on 19 Oct 2010
Never had a problem with LS before but this upgrade made it so I couldn't log in to my account on OS X. Turning off LS fixed it.

Something wrong with this one, I reckon.
[Version 2.3]



burypromote
Bupkis had trouble on 18 Nov 2010
I think there might be a bug in MediaInfo Mac 0.7.36.0. I converted a 24-bit/88.2Khz FLAC to ALAC using XLD. The output sample rate was set to be "same as original". MediaInfo Mac correctly reports the FLAC as being 24/88.2. But it reports the ALAC as being 24/22.7Khz (?!).

If I reconvert the ALAC back to FLAC it has the same MD5 signature as the original FLAC, which leads me to believe that MediaInfo Mac is misreporting the sample rate on the ALAC file.
[Version 0.7.36.0]



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