Chris Knight
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Chrisknight reviewed on 11 Feb 2012
As a Java app, I find this unusable on my Mac Pro. I run Lion and Java apps have never run properly since I "Upgraded" from Snow Leopard.

It's not Moneydance's fault I suppose, except that they choose to burden the customer with this rater than write a Mac specific version
[Version 2011]



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Chrisknight reviewed on 04 Dec 2010
There are dozens of apps out there that will crop and resize images and I have tried many. This one fits the bill better than all of them in my view, although Imagewell comes close.

I love the way this app makes it so easy to crop, resize and then to save the resulting image on my Mac - or as a feed to an application on the Mac. With something like an ftp droplet, one can send the images to ftp servers, to a WebDAV server etc.

I just bought the companion FileChute app that integrates with EasyCrop and makes it very easy to send UL links to folk who need to see the picture. I think the developer has really hit the sweet spot with these apps.
[Version 2.5]



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ChrisKnight reviewed on 03 Nov 2006
I am a switcher from the PC world where there are many Genealogy programs that are pretty good. In Mac land, I found nothing that came close to the things I was using before (mainly Legacy, although I have tried and indeed own numerous others). I stumbled across iFamily for Tiger and it was like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Here is a program that is a match for the best programs in the PC world. It has powerful capabilities and an ease of use that displays the great Mac characteristics in this regard.

At present its feature set is a little limited compared with the longer established PC programs but that hasn't stopped me abandoning Legacy (I was running it under Parallels) as iFamily does all the core stuff really well and a lot of the nice to have stuff too. It gets significantly better with each frequent update and the developer has responded magnificently to quite specific requests I have made for improvements.

The program is extremely fast compared with most and seems to be rock solid in terms of safeguarding data.
[Version 1.205]



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