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cb31 reviewed on 23 Jun 2006
I haven't been able to trace the problem yet, but on my system running 10.3.9 I have random system crashes caused by the system freezing, monitor shutting off, and other graphics/video crashes. This is using version 1.0. However, since they indicate the only changes made have been with respect to serial numbers, it's not worth another system crash to test this version.
[Version 1.0d]

cb31 commented on 03 Jun 2006
This isn't exactly free. The application nags you to register for $10. Too much for me for yet another zip/unzip program.
[Version 1.0]

cb31 commented on 31 May 2006
There is one requirement not listed. When launching the script or accessing it from Butler, it asks for the location of Microsoft Word. Why? Even when I pointed it to a copy of the Word classic application, it merely opens the Script Editor. When trying to run it in the Script Editor, it produces an error caused by Word class definitions being inaccessible. I liked the idea for the scripts but wasn't keen on having to hack them up to rid them of the Word dependency.
[Version 1.2]

cb31 commented on 09 May 2006
Am I missing something here? Flash and Shockwave are Macromedia products not Adobe. Macromedia produces the Flash browser plugin. The graphic used in the listing is also for Macromedia's Flash.

cb31 commented on 07 May 2006
Since 0.8.4a, VLC always crashes on launch for me (running 10.3.9). Installed and tried the browser plug-in. It crashed Mozilla.
[Version 0.8.5]

cb31 commented on 30 Mar 2006
Appears to be a dead link.
[Version 6.0 Preview 23]

cb31 commented on 14 Feb 2006
GreaseMonkey appears to be a Firefox extension (http://greasemonkey.mozdev.org/). So, it would appear this developer is working on something similar for Safari.
[Version 0.2]

Cb31 commented on 14 Jul 2005
Since I find no mention of a 1.7.9 release on Mozilla's website or any of the other news outlets, I have to assume this isn't an official release. The fact that it can only be found on Mozilla's ftp server under nightly builds confirms this. Nightly builds or snapshots are not official releases. I'll wait until they announce the real deal.
[Version 1.7.9]

Cb31 commented on 13 Jul 2005
I'm not so sure I would call them "pesky" files. .DS_Store is used by Directory Services. If you have FBC files, it's because you're using FindByContent. Not all resource forks are useless. Finally, the .Trashes are used via the Finder for storing files you delete by emptying the Trash. Deleting any or all of these files you may find certain functions no longer work or programs that no longer function.
[Version 1.5]

Cb31 had trouble on 21 Jan 2005
Since version 1.3.1 just stopped working for me, every new release launches, loads, and crashes. It was a nice, stable, useful little application.
[Version 1.4.2]

Cb31 had trouble on 24 Jul 2003
Trying to download a copy of this version, I end up with a 4KB gzip'd dmg file. StuffIt pretends to expand it but doesn't. ZipIt gives an "unexpected eof error".
[Version 1.5]

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