Christian Packi
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burypromote
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Chrispa reviewed on 05 Sep 2012
Excellent piece of software. I switched to this from TeXShop. The structure on the left lets you switch between files smoothly. The shortcuts are great, and the autocompletion rocks e.g. if you want to cite a book you just type in "ci" and it will autocomplete to cite{books} where books is all your references in your bibliography. Simply pick the right one from the drop down menu. Saves me a lot of time writing my Masters thesis.
[Version 3.5]



burypromote
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Chrispa commented on 19 Feb 2012
Back to latest version for me also. Opened a DVD but couldn’t click in the menu.
[Version 2.0.0]



burypromote
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Chrispa commented on 24 Mar 2011
I for one am disappointed with VLC. The biggest problem is that it takes forever to quit the application. Also the look of Quicktime and MplayerX are way more appealing. Unfortunately there is no full alternative. Quicktime can't play everything and MplayerX has weird lags for me.
[Version 1.1.8]


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Chrispa replied on 24 Mar 2011
Thanks a lot man that worked for me! :)
burypromote
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Chrispa replied on 24 Mar 2011
Btw what's wrong with people voting down someone who's posting a problem here. I didn’t give it 1/2 a star did I? If you know the answer take a page out of Akumu's book and say it. Especially if the solution is non-trivial.
burypromote
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Chrispa replied on 24 Mar 2011
Thanks I know Perian. I'm actually using a Mac for years now but when switching instinctively used VLC instead of Quicktime because of their PC reputation. Only recently did I try other players because of my VLC problem. It turns out that there is nothing wrong with Quicktime on Mac at all and the interface is very nice. So although you fixed my VLC I think I will stay with Quicktime for now. =)

Chrispa rated on 07 Jan 2011
[Version 1.0]



burypromote
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Chrispa reviewed on 01 Oct 2010
This is the best poker tracking software out there if you want to feel like you're using a native mac os program. It's layout is clean and the usage intuitive.

Also it is supported by one of the most dedicated developers out there. If a poker site changes it's hand history format or there is a bug after an update you'll get a new update the next day or two.

Admittedly it lacks some complicated stats but speaking as someone who makes a living playing this game I can say the "how often" is not as important as terms like "texture", "line", "hand range" etc are.

On a final note I don't think it is even oversold considering what you get for your money. It's 50% cheaper than it's main rival. But don't take my word for it. There is a 30 day full featured trial available.
[Version 2.65]



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