Joe Chellman
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Chellman reviewed on 14 Jan 2011
I used to really like Create. Unfortunately, the developer has effectively disappeared into the world of iOS, concentrating on Twitter clients and the like.

Create relies deeply on built-in Mac OS X technologies, but those technologies have changed in the past couple of years, and Create is frustratingly out of date.

I thought Free Upgrades For Life was generous, but I also thought it would last past the introduction of the iPhone. Unless this goes back into active development again, do not buy. I hope for the best, but don't expect much anymore.
[Version 14.2.3]

chellman commented on 07 Dec 2006
OmniWeb does have an activity viewer, but it's called Network Activity. It's not quite as comprehensive as the one in Safari, but it is there.
[Version 5.5.2b2]


chellman reviewed on 10 Nov 2006
Sigh. Forgot the rating. Better late than never.
[Version 2.0.3538]

chellman commented on 10 Nov 2006
1passwd is what I always hoped Keychain Access would be. I had upwards of 450 passwords stored in my keychain before I started using 1passwd, and every time I'd switch to a different browser to look at something, I'd have to re-enter the password, cluttering up my keychain. With 1passwd, I don't have to do that anymore. All my passwords, once imported, are available to any web browser 1passwd supports, which at this point is all the big ones.

If you use more than one web browser and have any passwords at all, you should buy this. 1passwd understands that and are the same, and you can use a password stored for on on the other and it works great.

The other *huge* win for me with 1passwd is being able to store multiple username/password combinations for the same website, and have instant access to any of them. When managing web hosting accounts and domain names for web design clients, this makes it *so* much easier.

There's also password generation and form auto-fill which are really useful. These guys have made a tremendously useful application for people who spend a lot of time on the web. It does just what it's supposed to do, and it does what it's supposed to do very well. I'm a fan.
[Version 2.0.3538]

chellman tipped on 16 Aug 2006
I would be using Preview exclusively, but Reader has auto-scroll (Command-Shift-H), which means I can read long documents hands-free.

As far as I know, Adobe Reader's the one that does this. I look forward to another, faster application allowing this.
[Version 7.0.8]

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