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Burro commented on 02 Nov 2011
Is there a Thunderbird plug-in that allows a separate window for each mailbox (Eudora style)?

If not, is there a modern e-mail client that allows a separate window for each mailbox?

I am desperate to find a good, stable, modern e-mail client that gives a separate window for each mailbox, and that opens mailbox windows as messages are filtered into them.

[Version 8.0]

Burro commented on 08 May 2009
IMO the greatest thing Apple could do for the iPhone -- besides improving reception and enabling BT keyboards -- would be to enable runtimes of the iPhone FileMaker app -- can you imagine all the great productivity apps that the FMP community could come up with if they could sell FMP runtime apps via the iTunes store -- no C/C+/C+++ required...?
[Version 3.0b5]

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Burro replied on 17 Jun 2009
Or to allow keyboard entry -- BlueTooth or docking keyboard entry. I'd rarely carry a laptop again.
Burro commented on 14 Sep 2008
I've just changed over to a new machine. So the path to my fonts has changed -- all those fonts that were not already in my system folder show up as damaged.

Is there anyway I can instruct FontExplorer to alter one path,
to another,
for all fonts?

[Version 1.2.3]


Burro reviewed on 26 Jun 2008
I agree with Shock J.

There are many better content management systems out there.

This one has its strengths as a back-end for a big company, a back-end (e.g. document library) that will never be seen by the public.

It has a huge learning curve and is a bear to customize visually -- almost "fuggehtahboudit!"

And it is *very* hard to find a reliable host who can handle Plone, and Plone's needs for very specific versions of Zope, etc.
[Version 3.1.2]


Burro reviewed on 23 Jun 2008
A really great game.

The #1 drawback -- and it is a huge one -- is that it takes over your whole machine so you cannot pause (e.g. to do work) between levels. If you need to do something else while you are playing, you are forced to exit the game. Since games cannot be saved, you lose all your progress and have to start fresh with a new game the next time.

That's a real fun-killer. :-(

Once they get that taken care of, they'll have a real winner here!!
[Version 1.0.1]


Burro reviewed on 20 Dec 2007
I utterly despise social networking sites of almost all kinds -- I don't really care who else is listening to the same artists.

YET I am enjoying this plug-in for the chance to turn on to lesser-known artists I might enjoy.

Many thanks to the developer!
[Version 1.1]


Burro reviewed on 08 Oct 2007
This could be a sweet little tool. I appreciate the effort. It is clear a lot of thoughtful work has gone into it.

That said, I tried it on three one-page PDFs and it failed on each. (iMac, Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.16GHz, 1Gb RAM, OS v10.4.10).

Also, unless I *really* lack imagination about the precision that this kind of tool can accomplish, and its potential applications, I would encourage the authors to look at the idea of an end-product that could be priced in the $10-30 range. Perhaps at that mark, enough units could be sold to get close to the profitability of selling just a few to power users at $250.

[Version 1.0]


Burro reviewed on 31 Jan 2007
Interface seems mostly complete and reasonably intuitive. But, oh, the pricing!! On an Intel-based Mac, it would be cheaper to buy the industry-standard Medisoft (Windows only), and a copy of Parallels. Also it is disappointing to see another product of this type with such limited import-export features. Finally, basing it on 4D doesn't really give one a lot of confidence of the product lasting well into the future (even FileMaker would be better in that regard).
[Version 4.3]


Burro reviewed on 26 Aug 2006
Maybe worth $5 as a novelty, but not ready for prime-time as a real design app. Feature are like a 10-year-old program ported hastily into OSX. Incredibly awkward to set up anything from scratch.
[Version 3.6]

Burro commented on 24 Aug 2006
Worked beautifully in earlier versions. Arghh! I threw them away on two machines before trying 1.9... which does not work at all, except to open its own splash page.

I've tried it out on a 1.33MhZ G4 iBook, a brand-new Intel iBook, and 2 G4 733MHz towers. Same on each.

Thanks for your continued efforts, Rabbit!
[Version 1.9]

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