Carbonide
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Carbonide reviewed on 12 Jul 2012
I just installed version 6.3.2w4 and now I've lost natural sculling in Lion.

I can't deselect it in the Control Panel because I also use a Magic Trackpad.

This is annoying as it has been working just fine for over a year with an older driver.
[Version 6.3.2w4]


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Carbonide replied on 12 Jul 2012
Of course, I mean natural *scrolling*.
burypromote

Carbonide reviewed on 04 Jul 2012
Great tool running fine under Lion starting with version 0.10 (hopefully 10.8 will be supported, too).

But there's still the problem that whenever the app resides in a folder with special characters (ñ, é, ä) it doesn't work anymore.
[Version 0.10.0]


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Carbonide replied on 26 Jul 2012
Yeah, doesn't work under Mountain Lion :(
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Carbonide commented on 24 Jul 2011
Doesn't work under Lion anymore.
[Version 0.6.4]



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Carbonide commented on 26 Sep 2009
Version 4.2 doesn't set the arguments to dropped files correctly.

My scripts that worked perfectly well under version 4 now only get the path to the application in $1, but $2 is always empty.
[Version 4.2]



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Carbonide tipped on 26 Dec 2008
Just found out that OSXplanet gobbled up about 6 GB of my hard disk space by archiving every generated screen in it's support folder (although I had this option turned off in the settings and also tried to limit it to 1 item).

I now simply made that folder read-only in the hope that that will cure the symptom.
[Version 2.0b02 Universal]



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Carbonide tipped on 17 May 2006
It connects to the author's server to check if there's a new version available. You can turn that behaviour off in the preferences.

It asks for your password because it has to install a kernel extension to query the processors internal thermal sensors. That's all.

I concur that the dialog box could be more explicit stating why it needs the password.
[Version 0.51]



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Carbonide commented on 17 Mar 2006
Quits with an "Could Not Install Web Store ( Error : -2003 )" error!

This app wants to install something behind the back of the user. I despise software that does so!
[Version 3.5.4]



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