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Captain Nemo reviewed on 11 Nov 2010
Nice to see an update. I have been using this service pack on a daily basis for years. i couldn't find anything wrong with it.
[Version 2.8]



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Captain Nemo commented on 19 Aug 2010
[quote]Fixed a rare bug that could cause iDefrag to stop midway through defragmenting after reporting an error and leaving the disk in an inconsistent state.[/quote]

Well, it happened me 3 times in 3 defragmentation attempts. Plus, once, the system won't reboot. Fortunately, DiskWarrior fixed the mess.
[Version 2.0.5]


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Captain Nemo replied on 19 Aug 2010
To be honest, I must add that the previous versions I used worked flawlessly.
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Captain Nemo replied on 19 Aug 2010
I won't say I'm an expert user, but I'm not THAT lacking experience about defragmenting or maintaining a clean installation. I always repair permissions from the Install Disk (better than Disk Utility) then run DiskWarrior before defragmenting or installing major updates.
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Captain Nemo commented on 08 Feb 2010
LMAO... MacPilot has this function, does a few hundreds other things and costs even less than this.

AlphaOmega releases should be allowed only on the first of April.
[Version 4.1.-2147483648]



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Captain Nemo commented on 08 Oct 2009
Cheesy graphics.
[Version 1.0]



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Captain Nemo reviewed on 04 Oct 2009
Now that Apple has disabled the ability to deselect languages from Snow Leopard's Info window, I found this program extremely useful. Many thanks to the developer.

Be aware that Language Switcher will, by default, show only the programs in the Applications folder, excluding subfolders and other locations on your HD. Programs placed in subfolders (like iWork) or elsewhere will not appear unless you go to File in the menubar, then select an application using the submenu (shortcut Command + A).
[Version 1.1.2]



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Captain Nemo commented on 05 Sep 2009
Not installed yet but looks like a welcome addition to iWorks.
[Version 1.0]


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Captain Nemo replied on 05 Sep 2009
After installation (iWork 09 on a G4 running OS X.4.11), I found a couple of what I suppose to be issues with the strokes:
5 of them appear as text, not graphics in the Strokes submenu (TBD Chalk, Chisel, Diamonds, RepeatingSquiggle, Rounded). This could have been however a choice made by the developer.
RepeatingSquiggles do not circle entirely the selected image but I am not sure it has been designed to do so.

There are however minor annoyances and I look forward to trying future versions of this much welcomed addition to iWork.

All frames worked fine for me.

I will install the program later on another mac running Snow Leopard.

A very good start anyway, so many thanks to the developer and more thanks to make it free.
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Captain Nemo replied on 05 Sep 2009
Same "issues' on SN.
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Captain Nemo replied on 05 Sep 2009
BTW, the program works on PPC too.
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Captain Nemo replied on 05 Sep 2009
You know what I hate on MU? The fact you cannot edit your comments.
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Captain Nemo replied on 05 Sep 2009
You know what I hate on MU? The fact you cannot edit your comments.
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Captain Nemo replied on 05 Sep 2009
Thank you for your answer... Case closed !
Et merci encore, capitaine ! J'aurai une bonne bouteille de Loch Lomond pour vous quand je passerai du côté de Moulinsart.
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Captain Nemo commented on 20 Aug 2009
Contrary to the developer's affirmation, there is no need to change your system language to open programs in a different one.
This is implemented by going to the info window of the application, then deselecting all languages except the one you want the program to start in.
It works nicely if you want an application to always open in the same language but can be time-consuming if you often switch between different ones.
In this last case, Language Switcher comes real handy.
[Version 1.1]


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Captain Nemo replied on 21 Aug 2009
Thanks for the tip :-)
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Captain Nemo commented on 11 Aug 2009
It feels snappier
[Version 4.0.3]



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Captain Nemo commented on 10 Jun 2009
[G4 PPC] Preference pane locked after installing & reboot... will wait for a fix.
[Version 2.2.3.7]



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Captain Nemo commented on 07 Jun 2009
It doesn't seem to do more than the free XMenu. Am I mistaken?
[Version 1.0]



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